4 years, 11 months ago (Last modified 3 years, 3 months ago by a moderator)

Below are the top 9 Investment Banks in Australia, check them out:

JP Morgan

Deutsche bank

Credit Suisse

Macquarie Group Limited

CommSec

Goldman Sachs

Barclays

BNP Paribas

HSBC

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4 years ago

You really should avoid giving advice if you have no idea.

These are by far not the 9 best IBs in Australia...

For starters, Commsec is not an investment bank. Secondly, I note that you have omitted UBS (consistently ranked top 2-3 in the IB league tables for the past 5 years), Morgan Stanley, Citi, Lazard, Merrill Lynch yet have strangely included HSBC and BNP Paribas.

I suggest you take a look at either Dealogic''s or others'' league tables.

4 years ago

palooza
You really should avoid giving advice if you have no idea.

These are by far not the 9 best IBs in Australia...

For starters, Commsec is not an investment bank. Secondly, I note that you have omitted UBS (consistently ranked top 2-3 in the IB league tables for the past 5 years), Morgan Stanley, Citi, Lazard, Merrill Lynch yet have strangely included HSBC and BNP Paribas.

I suggest you take a look at either Dealogic''s or others'' league tables.

Haha cheers palooza. This is just a list I got off an article on news.com.au a long time ago and is no way advice to anyone. Have you got either the Dealogic or others'' league table? Post it on in this thread to counter my post.

Cheers for the feedback,

Dave

4 years ago (Last modified 3 years, 3 months ago by a moderator)

Here''s my list.

* Bank of America (Bank of America Merrill Lynch)

* Barclays (Barclays Capital)

* BNP Paribas (BNP Paribas CIB)

* Citigroup (Citi Institutional Clients Group)

* Credit Suisse

* Deutsche Bank

* Goldman Sachs

* HSBC

* JPMorgan Chase (J.P. Morgan Investment Bank)

* Morgan Stanley

* Nomura Holdings

* Royal Bank of Canada (RBC Capital Markets)

* Royal Bank of Scotland

* Socirale

* UBS (UBS Investment Bank)

* Wells Fargo (Wells Fargo Securities)

3 years, 9 months ago

Hey everyone,

The link to the Dealogic rankings list is below:

http://www.afr.com/markets/dealbook/dealogic/

Interestingly you should note that the big 4 banks (CBA, ANZ, WBC, NAB) are actually quite dominant on the debt side of the Australian Investment Banking world (DCM and Syndications) whereas the lists posted previously seem to reflect more (but not that accurately...) the M&A and equity side. Also note these lists also exclude Project Finance, which sits somewhere inbetween pure debt and pure equity in the capital spectrum.

Cheers,

Paul Mason

www.financialmodeltraining.com

3 years, 8 months ago (Last modified 3 years, 2 months ago by a moderator)

So it means that the environment in these banks are not easy to apply

but if you can do for these banks, you can have more chance for

developing career with competitive working environment.

1 year ago

Hi!

I am a recent college graduate from India and are currently looking to do a Masters in Finance from Australia. I am also pursuing my CFA course.

For my higher studies I am doing a research on the job opportunities available to me after my course in Australia. I am actually looking to enter the Investment Banking career, and I wanted to know if the major IB need a permanent residency for the jobs or a work visa is acceptable.

Thank you for your patience!

Regards

Arzyaman Boroowa