In the ASR Scorecards database’s preliminary public lead manager rankings for full-year 2012, JP Morgan Securities held on to the No. 1 spot. It also widened its lead, grabbing 19.3% of market share with $31.47 billion sold in 62 deals. In 2011, by comparison, JP Morgan Securities had a 16% market share with $12.03 billion sold in 32 deals.
ASR’s full-year 2012 numbers are as of Dec. 27, while the full-year 2011 figures are as of Dec. 31
Meanwhile, Barclays moved up to second place in the preliminary results with an 11.6% market share $18.94 billion sold. In 2011, by comparison, Barclays ranked fifth with a market share of 9.4% and $7.07 billion sold.
In third place in ASR’s preliminary full-year 2012 results is Bank of America Merrill Lynch, which garnered a market share of 11.0% on $17.93 billion of volume. Bank of America Merrill Lynch fell from its No. 2 place for all of 2011.
Citigroup Global Markets and Deutsche Bank Securities round out the top five in ASR’s preliminary full-year 2012 public manager rankings. Citigroup Global Markets sold $15.33 billion, giving it a 9.4% market share; Deutsche Bank Securities sold $14.89 billion, giving it a 9.1% market share.