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League tables

A ranking of lenders and advisors according to the underwriting, final take, or number of project finance loans or advisory mandates.

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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