It is widely known among people in the field that Finance & Stochastics is the most prestigious journal in financial mathematics. Specifically, for papers with a proper math/probability contribution, in addition to relevant financial applications, it is the journal that carries the most weight on your CV in academic circles. Note that I am not talking about industry/practical relevance, but rather what counts at the scholarly level.
However, traditional journal rankings do not really reflect this. Is there a proper "source" that confirms in some way the prestige of Finance & Stochastics, or is it simply something that is to some extent intangible?