DeSPAC Advisors

Advisor credit is shared equally among all advisors on a given deal, as a proportion of the enterprise value of the target company acquired by the SPAC. Firms with multiple advisory roles receive credit for each role.

Rank Advisor Advisor
Credit ($MM)
Total Deal
Volume ($MM)
Deal Count
1 Morgan Stanley 5,776.0 17,695.0 2
2 Deutsche Bank 5,473.7 17,552.0 3
3 Goldman Sachs 4,706.0 22,788.6 6
4 Moelis 2,520.8 15,125.0 1
5 Credit Suisse 2,325.3 7,872.0 3
6 Citigroup 1,970.9 6,595.0 3
7 JP Morgan 1,949.4 7,408.3 4
8 Cowen 1,353.7 3,326.0 3
9 Jefferies 1,033.9 5,644.6 4
10 BofA Securities 800.3 2,401.0 1
11 Oppenheimer 800.3 2,401.0 1
12 UBS 728.7 1,457.3 1
13 Connaught 528.9 3,702.0 1
14 Lazard 367.1 2,570.0 1
15 Cantor Fitzgerald 315.6 1,314.0 2
16 Barclays 291.5 1,457.5 2
17 Wells Fargo 273.1 956.0 1
18 LionTree Advisors 266.7 1,600.0 1
19 B. Riley 252.2 630.5 1
20 BMO Capital Markets 219.8 1,319.0 1
21 RBC Capital Markets 219.8 1,319.0 1
22 BTIG 219.8 1,319.0 1
23 Roth Capital Partners 190.7 381.3 1
24 Craig-Hallum Capital Group 190.7 381.3 1
25 William Blair 165.4 827.0 1
26 Raymond James 154.1 770.5 2
27 Northland Capital Markets 136.6 956.0 1
28 Rothschild 126.1 630.5 1
29 Stifel Nicolaus 81.1 405.6 2
30 SVB Leerink 53.1 265.6 1
31 Vantage Point Advisors 28.0 140.0 1
32 Boenning and Scattergood 28.0 140.0 1
33 Chardan 28.0 140.0 1