Bond Market Awards 2010

Over the following six pages is a full listing of the EuroWeek Bond Market Awards 2010. They were first revealed at our Gala Dinner on May 20 held at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.

  • 29 Jun 2010
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The awards were generated by polls — we sent questionnaires out to banks and borrowers, in so doing inviting them to vote for the best performers in the public sector, financial institution, corporate and emerging market bond markets.

In effect, we sent two polls out. In one we asked bankers at leading institutions to vote for who they thought were the best borrower funding teams and individual funding officials overall as well as by product, sector and geography.

And in the other we asked funding officials at the most active borrowers over the last 12 months to vote for who they thought were the best bank teams and individual bankers overall as well as by product, sector and geography.

For the best bank and banker awards each borrowing team was asked to vote for its top three banks or bankers, in first, second and third place, in each of the categories.

We awarded three points to the bank or banker in first place, two to the bank or banker in second place and one to the bank or banker in third place. The banks and bankers with the most points won the awards.

We used the same method of points scoring for the borrower awards, although the crucial difference was that we sent one poll to the syndicate teams and one poll to the DCM teams, asking these teams to vote for the best funding teams and funding officials in the various categories. 

Corporate awards

Corporate Funding Official/Funding Team Awards Best corporate funding official — nominees

Eduardo Alvarez, Telefónica
Alessandro Canta, Enel
Benedict Schulte, BMW
Winner: Alessandro Canta, Enel


Best corporate funding team — nominations

Anglo American
BMW
Enel
Novartis
Telefónica
Winner: Telefónica


Best corporate funding team by industry sector Industrials and manufacturers — nominations

Anglo American
ArcelorMittal
BASF
BHP Billiton
Lafarge
Winner: Lafarge


Utilities — nominations

EDF
Enel
E.On
Winner: Enel




TMT — nominations

KPN
Telefónica
Vodafone
Winner: Telefónica


Autos and transportation — nominations

BMW
Renault
VW
Winner: BMW


Pharmaceuticals — nominations

Merck
Novartis
Sanofi-aventis
Winner: Sanofi-aventis


Oil and gas — nominations

BP
Eni
Shell
Winner: Shell


Retail and consumer goods — nominations

AB InBev
Metro
Unilever
Winner: AB InBev


Best corporate borrower by financing type:

Corporate issuer with the best corporate bond funding programme — nominations

BMW
Shell
Telefónica
Winner: BMW


Corporate issuer with the best M&A related bond funding — nominations

Merck
Novartis
Pfizer
Winner: Merck


Best high yield issuer — nominations

HeidelbergCement
Thomas Cook
Virgin Media
Winner: HeidelbergCement

Best corporate issuer for liability management — nominations

BAT
Casino
Investor AB
Winner: Casino


Best borrowing team by geographic region: Nordic — nominations

Statoil
TeliaSonera
Vattenfall
Winner: Vattenfall


France and Benelux — nominations

AB InBev
EDF
Lafarge
Winner: EDF


UK and Ireland — nominations

BAT
Shell
Vodafone
Winner: Shell


Germany, Austria and Switzerland — nominations

BMW
Novartis
Volkswagen
Winner: BMW


Spain, Portugal and Italy — nominations

Enel
Gas Natural
Telefónica
Winner: Telefónica


Best borrowing team by currency:Euros — nominations

BMW
Enel
Telefónica
Winner: Enel




Dollars — nominations

EDF
Shell
Novartis
Winner: Shell




Sterling — nominations

Enel
Motability
Tesco
Vodafone
Winner: Enel




Yen — nominations
EDF
GDF Suez
Walmart
Joint winners: EDF and GDF Suez



Swiss francs — nominations

BP
Nestlé
Vattenfall
Winner: BP




Best Corporate Bank and Banker Awards: Best corporate banker — nominees

Mark Kitchen, HSBC
Rob Lamb, HSBC
Matt Thomas, Barclays Capital
Winner: Mark Kitchen, HSBC


Best corporate bank team (syndicate & DCM coverage) — nominations

Barclays Capital
BNP Paribas
HSBC
Winner: HSBC


Most improved corporate bank team (syndicate &DCM coverage) — nominations

Lloyds Banking Group
Royal Bank of Scotland
Société Générale
Winner: Lloyds Banking Group



Best bank for corporate liability management — nominations

Barclays Capital
BNP Paribas
Citi
HSBC
Winner: Citi


Best high yield bank team (syndicate & DCM coverage) —nominations

Barclays Capital
HSBC
JP Morgan
Royal Bank of Scotland
Joint winners: HSBC and JP Morgan


Best syndicate and DCM Bank teams for corporates by currency: Best bank team in dollars — nominations

Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Citi
JPMorgan
Winner: JPMorgan



Best bank team in euros — nominations

Barclays Capital
Deustche Bank
HSBC
Winner: HSBC



Best bank team in yen — nominations

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Barclays Capital
BNP Paribas
HSBC
Winner: Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ


Best bank team in sterling — nominations

Barclays Capital
HSBC
Royal Bank of Scotland
Winner: HSBC



Best bank team in Swiss francs

BNP Paribas
Credit Suisse
UBS
Winner: UBS



FIG Awards

Most impressive FIG liability management bank team — nominations

Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Deutsche Bank
JPMorgan
Winner: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Most impressive bank team for subordinated FIG debt — nominations

Barclays Capital
Deutsche Bank
JPMorgan
UBS
Winner: JPMorgan

Most impressive bank team for senior FIG debt — nominations

Barclays Capital
Deutsche Bank
JPMorgan
UBS
Winner: Deutsche Bank

Most improved FIG team — nominations

Deutsche Bank
Citi
Morgan Stanley
Winner: Deutsche Bank

Most impressive FIG bank team — nominations

Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Barclays Capital
Deutsche Bank
JPMorgan
UBS
Winner: JPMorgan

Most impressive FIG banker — nominations

Sandeep Agarwal, Credit Suisse
Peter Diamond, Deutsche Bank
Laurent Guyot, UBS
David Marks, JPMorgan
Winner: David Marks

Best banks for FIG clients by currency Dollars — nominations

JPMorgan
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Goldman Sachs
Winner: JPMorgan

Euros — nominations

Deutsche Bank
BNP Paribas
Barclays Capital
Winner: Deutsche Bank

Sterling — nominations

Barclays Capital
RBS
HSBC
Winner: Barclays Capital

Yen — nominations

Nomura
Daiwa
Mizuho
Winner: Nomura

Swiss francs — nominations

Credit Suisse
UBS
BNP Paribas
Winner: Credit Suisse

Australian dollars — nominations

RBC Capital Markets
Westpac
CBA
Winner: RBC Capital Markets

Non-core currencies — nominations

RBC Capital Markets
JP Morgan
HSBC
Winner: RBC Capital Markets

Most impressive FIG subordinated debt borrower — nominations

Crédit Agricole SA
Lloyds Banking Group
Rabobank
Winner: Lloyds Banking Group

Most impressive FIG senior debt borrower — nominations

Lloyds Banking Group
Nordea
Rabobank
Winner: Rabobank

Most impressive FIG funding team — nominations

Lloyds Banking Group
Nordea
Rabobank
Winner: Lloyds Banking Group

Most impressive FIG funding official — nominations

Michael Gower, Rabobank
Richard Shrimpton, Lloyds Banking Group
Simon White, Lloyds Banking Group
Winner: Michael Gower

Best FIG issuer by region Nordic — nominations

Nordea
Svenska
Danske
Winner: Nordea

France and Benelux — nominations

Rabobank
BNP Paribas
ING
Winner: Rabobank

UK and Ireland — nominations

Lloyds Banking Group
Standard Chartered
Barclays Capital
Winner: Lloyds Banking Group

Germany, Austria and Switzerland — nominations

Commerzbank
Credit Suisse
UBS
Erste
Joint winners: Commerzbank and Credit Suisse

Spain, Portugal and Italy — nominations

Intesa
Santander
BBVA
Winner: Intesa

Best FIG issuer by currency Dollars — nominations

Rabobank
Barclays Capital
CBA
Winner: Rabobank

Euros — nominations

Rabobank
Barclays Capital
Lloyds Banking Group
Winner: Rabobank

Yen — nominations

Nomura
Westpac
CBA
Joint winners: Nomura and Westpac

Sterling — nominations

Lloyds Banking Group
Nordea
Barclays Capital
Winner: Lloyds Banking Group

Swiss francs — nominations

Credit Suisse
Rabobank
Swiss Re
Winner: Credit Suisse

  • 29 Jun 2010

All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 13 Mar 2017
1 JPMorgan 94,925.33 384 8.39%
2 Citi 87,531.58 331 7.74%
3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 84,341.49 288 7.46%
4 Barclays 75,288.19 241 6.66%
5 Goldman Sachs 68,504.71 208 6.06%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 14 Mar 2017
1 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 10,650.87 23 11.13%
2 Deutsche Bank 8,169.49 17 8.53%
3 HSBC 6,243.46 23 6.52%
4 Citi 4,355.35 13 4.55%
5 SG Corporate & Investment Banking 4,273.37 17 4.46%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 21 Mar 2017
1 JPMorgan 5,440.56 17 10.74%
2 Deutsche Bank 4,468.97 23 8.82%
3 UBS 3,742.72 17 7.39%
4 Citi 3,393.89 23 6.70%
5 Goldman Sachs 3,360.93 18 6.63%