Asia Risk institutional rankings 2010

Institutional investors have faced bouts of volatility and a lack of direction in global markets during the past year, as concerns about a potential double-dip recession have heightened and then receded. Against this backdrop, Barclays Capital scooped the top spot for the first time. Harry Thompson reports, with research by Ana Mendes


Dealers that maintained their commitment to Asia and their clients during and after the financial crisis have once more scored the best marks from voters in the Asia Risk institutional rankings. Three of the top four names – Barclays Capital, Deutsche Bank and Standard Chartered – remain the same in 2010 as last year, with only their ranking positions changed.

This year Barclays Capital scooped the top spot, rising from second place last year, although the bank claims the winning position with a

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