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  • Fed record keeping tweak leaves clearing banks confounded

    Proposed changes to a form that the US Federal Reserve uses to determine their global systematically important banks’ (G-SIB) capital surcharges has sparked extreme concern among clearing bankers, writes Ross Lancaster.

    • 21 Sep 2017
  • Green bond curves ripen as corporates build out

    Engie, the French energy group, priced its second green bond transaction of 2017 on Tuesday. The triple trancher contained two green clips and took the issuer’s tally to six different green bonds. As issuers start to establish genuine green curves, they are starting to create their own sector, writes Nigel Owen.

    • 21 Sep 2017
  • Agarwal doubles down on costly bid for Anglo influence

    Anil Agarwal, founder of mining group Vedanta Resources, has managed to surprise the stockmarket with the same trick twice. But as Jon Hay and Aidan Gregory write, his intentions in buying another £1.5bn of shares in Anglo American are anything but clear, and he is paying a high price for influence.

    • 21 Sep 2017
  • Totta 10s paves way for NBG covered deal

    National Bank of Greece (NBG) is poised to issue the first post-crisis Greek covered bond, having drawn confidence from the blowout reception Santander Totta won for its €1bn 10 year this week — the longest Portuguese deal since 2010. Bill Thornhill reports.

    • 21 Sep 2017

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  • Single market combat: Commission squares up to Brexiteer lawyer

    A prominent UK lawyer clashed with a senior European commissioner at a conference this week after saying there was a ‘work-around’ for Brexit.

    • 21 Sep 2017
  • Regulators warn firms to show effort for MiFID mercy

    The MiFID II deadline stands. Firms who don't prepare to meet it won’t receive any grace or favour, the FCA has said. But the tough deadline of January 3, and continued lack of regulatory clarity, means firms that show they've done all they can should escape the worst effects.

    • 21 Sep 2017
  • Regulators break ranks on how to count bond trades

    As the January deadline for MiFID II approaches, gaps are opening up between Europe’s regulators over how to manage the complex rules — giving banks opportunities to arbitrage them and forcing traders to compete not only on price, but on jurisdiction.

    • 21 Sep 2017


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All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 Citi 317,691.74 1201 8.90%
2 JPMorgan 291,227.96 1326 8.16%
3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 285,088.11 991 7.99%
4 Goldman Sachs 217,749.25 714 6.10%
5 Barclays 209,291.80 811 5.87%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 HSBC 32,320.82 147 6.67%
2 Deutsche Bank 32,259.50 104 6.66%
3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 28,890.43 85 5.96%
4 BNP Paribas 25,663.29 144 5.30%
5 Credit Agricole CIB 22,617.86 130 4.67%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 JPMorgan 18,160.85 71 9.15%
2 Morgan Stanley 15,215.44 76 7.67%
3 UBS 14,195.29 55 7.15%
4 Citi 14,014.57 86 7.06%
5 Goldman Sachs 12,113.98 67 6.10%