An advisory assignment in the latest aerospace megamerger has put J.P. Morgan & Co. front and center as banks vie for a piece of the action in the sector's consolidation.

Morgan's role as McDonnell Douglas Corp.'s adviser in its sale to Boeing Corp. helps the bank maintain its already high profile in aerospace, even though the deal doesn't entail traditional bank financing.

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