In the preliminary ASR Scorecards database public lead manager rankings for full-year 2011, JPMorgan Securities maintained its No. 1 rank from last year to capture the top spot again this year with a 16% market share and $12.03 billion sold. For the full year 2010, the bank held the top slot with a 15.6% market share $8.36 billion sold.
Meanwhile, Bank of America Merrill Lynch took the No. 2 spot in the preliminary results by selling $10.07 billion and having a 13.4% market share. BofA Merrill, which also placed second for the full year 2010, sold less last year with $7.3 billion, but had a slightly higher market share of 13.6%.
Current third placer in the preliminary results Citigroup Global Markets saw both its market share and volume sold rise to 12.5% from 10.7% and $9.44 billion from $5.73 billion, respectively. The bank rose from its No. 6 standing in 2010.
RBS Securities and Barclays Capital round out the top 5 in this year's preliminary 2011 public manager ranking results.
For the complete tables, please refer to link below.