Weekly Supply & Flows Update from CreditSights

  • 14 Apr 2002
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The market is clearly suffering from indigestion as it continues to absorb debt on pace to rival last year's record issuance. About $13.4 billion of investment grade debt hit the market in the week ended April 11, bringing the total issuance for the year to $188.7 billion or on-pace for another record year. The oil & gas and utility sectors were very active, with new deals priced for Apache ($400 million 10-years), Duquesne Light ($200 million 10-years), Kerr-McGee ($350 million 3-years), Valero ($750 million each of 10s and 30s and $300 million 5s) and Progress energy ($350 million 5s and $450 million 10s). Meanwhile, the disarray in the telecom sector is affecting even the better names in the sector. AT&T Wireless was forced to increase spreads 30-35 bp over to +300 bp for its $3 billion deal. It remains very much a split market, with untainted BBBs seeing strong demand on the back of economic recovery hopes and any credit with a hint of SEC or accounting troubles going begging.

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  • 14 Apr 2002

GlobalCapital European securitization league table

Rank Lead Manager/Arranger Share % by Volume
1 Societe Generale 15.35
2 Rabobank 14.41
3 Morgan Stanley 11.73
4 Barclays 8.99
5 Credit Agricole 7.57

Bookrunners of Global Structured Finance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 27 Feb 2017
1 Wells Fargo Securities 11,897.40 33 11.83%
2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 9,837.56 29 9.78%
3 Citi 9,714.54 32 9.66%
4 JPMorgan 7,997.38 24 7.95%
5 Credit Suisse 6,335.67 14 6.30%