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League Table

A list of investment banks by revenue (in underwriting) and size of transaction (in mergers and acquisitions). League tables list market leaders in different sectors; for example, a table might list leaders in equity underwriting while another may list the banks extending the most money in loans. Thomson Reuters and Euromoney publish several prestigious league tables.
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Peter Dunn, of Warwick University, said: "This particular league table, the QS universities world ranking, is for universities under 50 years old.
Finally it contains a league table of top 200 banks in CEE-15 ranked by their total asset value as of end of 2011 (unconsolidated figures).
THE Executive last night signalled the end of the controversial league tables for Scotland's schools.
Elsewhere in the league table, Hartlepool comes in at 74th, Middlesbrough 141st, Stockton 175th and Darlington 301st.
Deputy Chief Constable David Warcup said the league tables were scrapped when he heard about them.
IT was only when you looked at the league table afterwards that you realised just how important that Fulham win was.
The Performance League Table ranks the carbon performance of over 2000 organisations that fall under the government's CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme legislation.
Jobs minister Mark Hoban told MPs this week: "There are no league tables.
A Cardiff University spokeswoman said the Times Higher Education rankings are one of three international league tables, with the university ranking 135th in the QS league table and the Shanghai Jiao-Tong table putting it at joint 151st.
Professor Chris Higgins, Durham's vice-chancellor, said: "This latest league table is recognition for the distinctive research-led and rounded education Durham University and its college system offers some of the most able and motivated students from the UK and around the world.
So all the hard work is as nought - at least when it comes to league tables.
T he firm's head of human resources and development, Sam Airey, said: "We have entered the diversity league table every year since it was first published in 2005, as it is important that we are recognised for our efforts to house the most diverse range of staff with one common goal - to provide the highest calibre legal advice.

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