Unless We're Talking League Tables: Train Wreck Edition?

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UK-based Hereinthecity has compiled a list of the supposed top 30 firms (based on job security, satisfaction, financial performance, financial strength, compensation and reliance on state aid). I say supposed because the results seem to come from bizarro land. Like: Bank of America jumping from a ranking of 106 last year to slot 16 in '09. Perhaps something got lost in translation?
30(15). Schroders
29(11). Societe Generale
28(35). Lazard
27(49). Citadel Investments
26(82). Jefferies & Co
25(63). Barclays Wealth
24(12). State Street
23(102). Bank of New York Mellon
22(9). BNP Paribas
21(96). Aberdeen Asset Management
20(72). Northern Trust
19(60). Man Group
18(56). ICAP
17(4). Renaissance Technologies
16(106 / 112). Bank of America / Merrill Lynch

15(5). Macquarie
14(75). Houlihan Lokey
13(98). Standard Chartered
12(65).Wells Fargo
11(22). Standard Bank
10(77). Credit Suisse
9(17). Royal Bank of Canada
8(111). Morgan Stanley
7(20). Barclays Capital
6(6). Nomura
5(51). Deutsche Bank
4(108). JPMorgan
3(31). Goldman Sachs
2(58). PIMCO
1(1). BlackRock (inc BGI)

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