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Thailand Accepts Dollars, Euros As Derivatives Collateral

The Thailand Clearing House has begun accepting U.S. dollars and euros as collateral for derivatives transactions, as a way of reducing fx risk.

  • 30 Nov 2010
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The Thailand Clearing House has begun accepting U.S. dollars and euros as collateral for derivatives transactions, as a way of reducing fx risk. The move is expected to attract foreign investors without having an impact of the value of the baht.

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  • 30 Nov 2010

All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 13 Apr 2015
1 JPMorgan 110,653.09 398 8.38%
2 Barclays 105,441.39 326 7.98%
3 Citi 100,383.91 365 7.60%
4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 86,983.19 331 6.58%
5 Deutsche Bank 85,937.41 354 6.51%

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Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
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  • 21 Apr 2015
1 JPMorgan 17,869.11 26 9.73%
2 Deutsche Bank 11,561.37 37 6.29%
3 RBS 10,230.03 31 5.57%
4 Credit Agricole CIB 9,440.04 40 5.14%
5 HSBC 8,799.35 44 4.79%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 21 Apr 2015
1 UBS 11,209.34 28 12.05%
2 Goldman Sachs 10,179.61 28 10.94%
3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 10,151.87 37 10.91%
4 Morgan Stanley 7,548.04 35 8.11%
5 Deutsche Bank 6,805.54 27 7.31%