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Transition management survey full results
13 March 2012
Nomura maintained its top position in Global Investor/ISF’s 2012 transition management survey. Analysis by Luke Clancy and Alastair O’Dell
Transition management survey
Nomura dominated the 2012 transition management survey with the exception of the AMERICAS because it does not have a business in the US. It polled first in the OVERALL (unweighted) table as well as in nine of the ten other unweighted tables. This was achieved with a nearly complete set of top spots in the category tables, winning ten out of a possible 11. It cemented Nomura’s position as the OVERALL (unweighted) winner for the second year in a row. Second OVERALL (unweighted) place went to Credit Suisse, which came first in AMERICAS (unweighted) for the third year running and second place in ASIA PACIFIC (unweighted). It also topped the RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT category.Citi ranked first in the OVERALL (footprint) table, which attaches importance to the number of responses that the transition manager received. Citi displaced State Street, which topped this table last year but in 2012 failed to make it into...
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