Goldman Sachs & Co. reestablished itself in 1994 as the leading bank mergers and acquisitions adviser, according to SNL Securities Inc.

Goldman negotiated some of 1994's top deals, representing Continental Bank in its $2.3 billion sale to Bank America Corp. Goldman, which ranked first in 1992, slipped to No. 3 in 1993.

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