Goldman Sachs led again on the Mergermarket global financial advisor rankings for the first half of 2023 with a total deal value of $338.0bn via 146 deals. GS ended the same period last year with $808.2bn of deal value, highlighting the slower pace of M&A globally this year. JPMorgan came second with $318.4bn via 150 deals, moving up from third place in the first half of the previous year. Notably, Citi is back in the top 10, finishing 1H23 in 6th place having advised on $134.6bn worth of M&A deals. It was in 12th place in 1Q23.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) finished first in terms of deal count this first half year with 236 deals, with Deloitte finishing second with 217 deals continuing their dominance.
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All data is based on transactions over 5% or USD 50m and is based on Mergermarket’s M&A deals database.
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