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May 11, 2015

Investment banking firms who managed the 10 biggest mergers and acquisitions

" leading 10 investment banking groups who have advised the biggest M&A deals last year."
The  top  finanical investment bankers who advised on the top 10 biggest M&A deals  last year

The chart shows the leading 10 investment banking groups who have advised the biggest M&A deals last year.Goldman Sachs managed M&A deals worth 939.9 billion U.S. dollars in 2014 Apart from Goldman Sachs, other leading M&A advisors worldwide in 2014 were JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and City. All of these investment banks assisted in merger and acquisition transactions of a value between 600 and 700 billion U.S. dollars in 2014.

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July 9, 2011

$100 Billion Facebook IPO Coming Soon ;

Facebook is preparing itself for an IPO that could easily top $100 billion, according to a new report.. Company’s IPO is expected to hit next year with a valuation of around $100 billion. At $100 billion, Facebook’s impending IPO would be one of the largest in history, quadrupling Google’s $23 billion IPO in 2004. (Source Image Namesake.com)

CNBC says the social networking giant is likely to go public during the first quarter of 2012, less than nine months from now. That falls in line with a May 2012 deadline when Facebook will be required to publicly report its financial information, regardless of whether it’s a private or public company.

The $100 billion valuation isn’t a surprise — there were reports last month that Facebook’s IPO could easily top $100 billion, thanks to huge consumer and investor appeal. In fact, if LinkedIn’s stellar IPO is any indication, Facebook’s valuation could hit the stratosphere the day it hits the public markets.
Goldman Sachs is in the driver’s seat to underwrite the IPO, thanks to its $450 million investment in Facebook earlier this year. Facebook and Goldman might want to hurry, though: The social network’s growth is apparently slowing down.