Morgan Stanley & Co. had the leading position among top bank advisers at the midway point of 1995, according to SNL Securities Inc.

The New York investment bank advised on five deals valued at $10.9 billion. Included among those deals was Morgan Stanley's representation of Banco Santander, the principal shareholder of First Fidelity Bancorp, which agreed to be bought by First Union Corp. in June.

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