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Top 25 M&A Banker Dealmakers Globally in the First Quarter of 2024

Top 25 M&A Banker Dealmakers Globally In The First Quarter Of 2024

Dealytics Intelligence has compiled the a comprehensive list of the top 25 Banker Dealmakers globally based on deal volume for the first quarter of 2024. We have over 10,000 bankers in our database with transactions going back to 1990.

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Source: Dealytics Intelligence.

 

Top 10 Bankers

1. George Boutros (Qatalyst Partners) – Chief Executive Officer

2. Ethan Zweig (Qatalyst Partners) – Partner

3. Robert Pruzan (Centerview Partners) – Co-Founder & Partner

4. Naveen Nataraj (Evercore Partners) – Co-Head of Investment Banking

5. Suhail Sikhtian (Goldman, Sachs & Co.) – Managing Director

6. Mirko Gumpel (Goldman, Sachs & Co.) – Managing Director

6. Greg Chitty (Jefferies LLC) – Co-Head of Upstream Americas

6. Conrad Gibbins (Jefferies LLC) – Co-Head of Upstream Americas

6. Brian Haufrect (Goldman, Sachs & Co.) – Partner

7. Ked Fisseha (JPMorgan Securities) – Managing Director

8. Richard Siegel (Jefferies LLC) – Managing Director

8. Mark Hudson (Jefferies LLC) – Vice Chairman

8. Michael Botsakos (Jefferies LLC) – Managing Director

9. Daniel Blank (Goldman, Sachs & Co.) – Partner

10. Anu Aiyengar (JPMorgan Securities) – Global Co-Head of M&A

 

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Source Methodology:
Dealytics tracks thousands of data sources daily and compiles M&A transaction data through data portals and deals submitted by network legal and financial advisory partners. The banker league table lists senior bankers who have worked on an M&A transaction. The deal volume ascribed to an individual banker is based on the total deal value of the M&A transaction at the announcement date. The announcement date range is from January 1, 2024 to March 31, 2024. Some M&A transactions may have been subsequently withdrawn.

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