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Top trends in the global capital markets business
  • Bank revenues from global capital markets rose 14 percent in 2005 and may exceed $250 billion for 2006, according to new McKinsey research. If current trends continue, Europe will overtake the Americas as the region with the biggest share of these revenues.
  • The first comprehensive benchmarking survey of capital markets business performance, jointly conducted by McKinsey and Coalition Index, exposes wide divergences in the performance of the main players, analyzes banks' various business models, and identifies the product areas driving growth.
  • The research findings suggest three key strategic issues: the European markets evolution, investment options in Asia, and the appropriate balance between client business and proprietary trading.
      


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