Best Sell-Side Clearing: JPMorgan


This year’s win in the best sell-side clearing provider category makes it three in a row for JPMorgan. After coming from nowhere to take first place in 2008, JPMorgan Clearing Corp. has followed up last year’s success by increasing its share of the vote to just shy of 18 percent, up by 2.1 percent from last year. As with last year’s awards, Goldman Sachs fills the second slot, while Morgan Stanly rounds out the top three, just a shade behind Goldman. JPMorgan Clearing Corp. provides clearing, custody, operations, technology and order execution services to broker-dealers worldwide. Its platform supports diverse business types including institutional/capital markets, trading, wealth management, prime brokerage, fixed income and international firms. The firm’s capabilities include domestic and international equities, options, mutual funds and a range of fixed-income products with rolling 24-hour operations coverage from New York to London and Hong Kong, and international settlement capabilities in over 75 markets. JPMorgan Clearing Corp.’s web-based workstation, Morcom, provides unified access to detailed account information, performance reporting, trading, risk analytics, investment planning and asset allocation.

1 JPMorgan (17.9%)
2 Goldman Sachs (13.8%)
3 Morgan Stanley (13.6%)

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