Despite difficult markets, HSBC has beaten rival investment firms to reach the top five for Asian M&A advisory firms for the first time in more than 50 years.

Although overall M&A volumes in the region fell nearly 9 percent in the Asia Pacific region, HSBC rose from No. 9 to No.3 this year, according to Thomson Reuters.

Morgan Stanley was ranked No. 1 in the region, working on deals worth $33.1 billion, while UBS was No. 2, with $25.9 billion worth of deals, and HSBC had $21.9 billion.

HSBC has steadily built its investment banking platform in Asia since the global financial crisis, taking market share from some of the traditional Wall Street banks, such as Goldman Sachs.

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