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What the Banks Made From the Dunkin IPO

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The co-lead underwriters pocketed millions in fees from the Dunkin' Brands IPO. Courtesy of Capital IQ, here's what they made:

Barclays Capital: 6,045,325

JPMorgan Securities : 6,045,325

Morgan Stanley : 4,396,600

BofA Merrill Lynch : 2,747,875

Goldman Sachs : 2,747,875


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