Who won this year's 'City Oscars' ?

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And the winners are.....

The results of the Thomson Reuters 2014 pan-European Extel Survey, which highlights excellence across buy-side, sell-side and corporate communities, as well as the leading companies and professionals for Investor Relations have been announced.

Results for some of the key 2014 categories (2013 in brackets where applicable) are:

Leading Pan-European Brokerage Firm for Trading & Execution

1 UBS (1)

2 Morgan Stanley (2)

3 J.P. Morgan (6)

Leading Pan-European Fund Management Individual

1 Peter Lawrence, JP Morgan Am (2)

2 Philip Guest, UBS Global AM (1)

3 Niels Pécriaux, GLG Partners (12)

Leading Pan-European Brokerage Firm for Operations

1 Deutsche Bank (2)

2 Citi (3)

3 UBS (1)

Leading Pan-European Investor Relations Professional

1 Jean-Michel Bonamy, Vivendi (21)

2 Oliver Schmidt, Allianz SE (4)

3 Karl Mahler, Roche (5)

Leading Pan-European Hedge Fund

1 GLG Partners (1)

2 Tudor Capital (2)

3 Moore Capital Management (6)

Leading Pan-European Brokerage Firm for Equity Sales

1 UBS (2)

2 JP Morgan (6)

3 Citi (1)

Leading Brokerage Firm for UK Small & Mid Caps

1 Numis Securities (1)

2 Liberum (5)

3 Peel Hunt (2)

Leading Pan-European Specialist Sales Person

1 Sophie Warrick, JP Morgan (3)

2 Gerard Zaffran, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (1)

3 Mark Howden, Nomura Securities (4)

Leading Pan-European Brokerage Firm for Sustainability Research

1 Kepler Cheuvreux (1)

2 Societe Generale (4)

3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch (2)

Leading Pan-European Equity Analyst

1 Andrew Wood, Sanford C. Bernstein (1)

2 Jeff Stent, Exane BNP Paribas (5)

3 Cedric Besnard, HSBC (14)

Leading Pan-European Fund Management Firm

1 JP Morgan Asset Management (I1)

2 Wellington Management (5)

3 Fidelity Worldwide Investment (4)

Leading Pan-European Quoted Company for Investor Relations

1 Deutsche Telekom AG 7)

2 Roche (6)

3 Vivendi (36)

Leading Pan-European Brokerage Firm for Equity & Equity-Linked Research

1 Bank of America Merrill Lynch (1)

2 UBS (2)

3 Morgan Stanley (3)

The 2014 Thomson Reuters Extel Survey identified a number of industry trends:

· Asset managers continue to see meetings with companies as an important part of the investment decision process, despite regulatory change to how they pay for access services

· Corporates are placing higher regard on buyside firms who engage with them, and practice long term stewardship with the companies they invest in

· Nearly 30% of sellside analysts believe they are penalized for negative reports or recommendations on companies they cover

To view the headline results visit www.extelsurveys.com (after 3.30pm BST today).

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