Goldman Sachs leads the primes
June 25, 2012
Lawrence Delevingne, Rob Copeland
The fourth annual prime brokerage ranking captures more than $1 trillion in hedge fund assets in the Americas.
Goldman Sachs may have taken some heat during the past year in the public eye, but the hedge fund industry is sticking by Lloyd Blankfein’s firm. After two years in the runner-up slot, Goldman Sachs has pushed past J.P. Morgan to again hold the biggest market share among hedge fund prime brokers.
Morgan Stanley remains in third place, while Credit Suisse is a close fourth in our annual ranking of the prime brokers serving hedge funds in the Americas.
In this fourth year of the survey, a significant milestone has been reached. For the first time, the survey captures the relationships of hedge funds managing more than $1 trillion in assets, allowing us to present the most comprehensive ranking to date. Still, the majority of the rankings...
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