Arguably the best banks to now work for within equities, sales and trading, FICC and M&A

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As part of its look into how the investment banking world has transformed since the halcyon days of 2007, Financial News has assessed how the rankings have changed since then across various business areas.

The results, perhaps surprisingly, show that although the deck has been shuffled quite significantly since that time, the firms at the top of the tree have retained the top spot.

Goldman Sachs remains first within sales and trading, equities and fixed income, while JPMorgan keeps the top spot within investment banking.

Equities

Equities

For those unable to see the pics, the top five rankings are: 1. (1) Goldman Sachs ($3.8bn in revenues), 2. (5) Credit Suisse ($3.2bn), 3. (4) Morgan Stanley ($2.8bn), 4. (9) JP Morgan ($2.5bn), 5. (2) UBS ($2.4bn)

The full rankings are available here

Sales & trading

Sales-and-trading

For those unable to see the pics, the top five rankings are: 1. (1) Goldman Sachs ($15.3bn in revenues), 2. (8) JP Morgan ($11.5bn), 3. (6) Citigroup ($11.0bn), 4. (11) BoA Merrill ($10.2bn), 5. (2) Deutsche Bank ($9.2bn)

The full rankings are available here

FICC

Fixed-income

For those unable to see the pics, the top five rankings are: 1. (1) Goldman Sachs ($11.8bn in revenues), 2. (3) Citigroup ($9.1bn), 3. (7) JP Morgan ($9.0bn), 4. (10) BoA Merrill ($7.8bn), 5. (2) Deutsche Bank ($7.3bn)

The full rankings are available here

Investment banking:

Investment-banking

For those unable to see the pics, the top five rankings are: 1. (1) JP Morgan ($2.9bn in revenues), 2. (10) BoA Merrill ($2.5bn), 3. (2) Goldman Sachs ($2.1bn), 4. (7) Morgan Stanley($1.8bn), 5. (4) Credit Suisse ($1.7bn)

The full rankings are available here

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