The big get stronger

Risk’s end-user rankings show a clear top tier of global derivatives firms leading the market. Will the changing demands of an evolving client base allow other banks to mount a sustainable challenge to their prominence?

JP Morgan does more business than anyone else in the global derivatives market, but does it do the best business for its clients? The clear answer from Risk’s end-user rankings is yes, as the firm dominates the rates, equity and credit derivatives categories and takes the top slot overall from both corporates and asset managers.

But the House of Morgan by no means has the derivatives market to itself. It is under pressure from other major global banks, notably Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and UBS

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