Borrowers do more with less as BNP Paribas dominates in European FIG
Banks and other financial institutions raised more cash in the bond markets over 2012 than they did in 2011, but with fewer and larger trades, figures from Dealogic reveal. BNP Paribas dominated the European markets as a bookrunner, while JP Morgan topped the global league tables.
Global FIG volume in 2012 was $1.12tr in 2012, up 6% from the $1.05tr raised in 2011, although fewer transactions passed through the market, according to Dealogic. The 5,643 deals priced is the lowest total since 2009.
BNP Paribas topped the European FIG table for 2012, with 132 deals
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