CORRECTED-(OFFICIAL)-TABLE-Thomson Reuters Extel awards

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(Corrects to show Credit Suisse placed third in Leading
Pan-European Brokerage Firm for Trading and Execution category,
not Bank of America Merrill Lynch)
    June 10 (Reuters) - Bank of America Merrill Lynch 
scooped the top prize at the annual Thomson Reuters 
Extel Awards, ending UBS's 12-year winning streak,
while JP Morgan was named best fund manager for the
fourth consecutive year. 
    The following table lists the winners and runners-up in the
 AWARD                    RANKINGS
 Leading Pan-European     1. UBS          
 Brokerage Firm for       2. Morgan Stanley       
 Trading and Execution    3. Credit Suisse          
 Leading Pan-European     1. Philip Guest, UBS Global AM
 Fund Management          2. Peter Lawrence, JP Morgan Asset
 Individual               Management        
                          3. Marco Signorini, Tudor Capital
 Leading Pan-European     1. Deutsche Bank           
 Brokerage Firm for       2. UBS
 Operations               3. Citi      
 Leading Pan-European     1. Christian Becker-Hussong, Munich
 Investor Relations       RE           
 Professional             2. Stephan Egger, Deutsche Telekom
                          3. Simon Mays-Smith, Pearson Plc
 Leading Pan-European     1. GLG Partners
 Hedge Fund               2. Tudor Capital
                          3. Exane Asset Management
 Leading Pan-European     1. Citi
 Brokerage Firm for       2. UBS
 Equity Sales             3. Bank of America
                          Securities-Merrill Lynch
 Leading Brokerage Firm   1. Numis Securities        
 for UK Small and Mid     2. Peel Hunt
 Caps                     3. Investec Securities         
 Leading Pan-European     1. Gerard Zaffran, Bank of America
 Specialist Sales Person  Securities-Merrill Lynch
                          2. Sophie Warrick, JP Morgan
                          3. Mark Howden, Nomura Securities
 Leading Pan-European     1. Kepler Cheuvreux
 Brokerage Firm for       2. Bank of America
 Sustainability Research  Securities-Merrill Lynch
                          3. UBS
 Leading Pan-European     1. Andrew Wood, Sanford C.
 Equity Analyst           Bernstein
                          2. Andreas Willi, JP Morgan
                          3. Antoine Belge, HSBC         
 Leading Pan-European     1. JP Morgan Asset Management
 Fund Management Firm     2. Fidelity Management & Research
                          3. BlackRock Investment Management
 Leading Pan-European     1. Allianz SE          
 Quoted Company for       2. Vodafone Group Plc        
 Investor Relations       3. Sanofi SA          
 Leading Pan-European     1. Capital Goods Team, Bank of
 Sector Team (Equity)     America Securities-Merrill Lynch
                          2. Chemicals Team, Deutsche Bank
                          3. Capital Goods Team, JP Morgan
 Leading Pan-European     1. Bank of America
 Brokerage Firm for       Securities-Merrill Lynch
 Equity and               2. UBS
 Equity-Linked Research   3. Morgan Stanley

 (Reporting by Clare Hutchison; editing by David Holmes and Tom