KKR took top spot in the third quarter fee tables produced by Thomson Financial in conjunction with Freeman & Co covering Europe, Middle East and African (EMEA) region, with
Interestingly the market share of fees paid by the top ten fell marginally from 46.9% in the third quarter of last year to 45.5% this year.
The top ten private equity players in the third quarter data for 2006 are almost identical to those for the third quarter of 2007, with
The main areas of increase in fees paid too investment banks by private equity related to loan and equity fees followed by M&A and then debt. In fact loan fees increased US$1.99bn to US$2.5bn this year while equity increased from US$335m to US%540m this year.
Deutsche Bank remained in the top slot as the main EMEA fee recipient in the third quarter this year. This time last year
Total fees received by the banks from the top ten houses increased from US$US$3.5bn this time last year to US$4.5bn this year. Deutsche Bank made US$381.5m in private equity related fees this year – up from US$256.1m last year and over US$100m more than the JP Morgan who took the top slot in 2006.
The market share received from the top ten private equity houses by the top ten investment banks decreased marginally from 55.1% to 54.8%.