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  • Trump shake-up spells opportunity for Asia

    Donald Trump’s US presidential victory shook markets and whatever ‘Trumponomics’ turns out to be, the early evidence is that the normal rules will not apply. But for all the turmoil Trump has created as president-elect, his term in office may not devastate Asia the way some expect. His style of leadership might even bring just the spark Asian markets need.

    • 18 Jan 2017
  • May’s Brexit plan: clarity at last

    Ever since Theresa May became UK prime minister in July, markets and commentators have thirsted to know what her strategy would be for the negotiations to leave the European Union. Now we know — and so far, the markets like it.

    • 17 Jan 2017
  • Pace of hand pivotal in Gulf loan poker

    If “keeping one’s cards close to one’s chest” in negotiations while also acknowledging the need for market certainty seems like a peculiarly Brexit paradox, try managing the funding plans of a Gulf state as it tries to deal with a budget deficit.

    • 17 Jan 2017
  • EIB will be the test for tricky 10s

    The European Investment Bank will look to raise cash at 10 years on Wednesday, providing an important gauge on the health of an area of the curve that has been inhospitable so far in 2017.

    • 17 Jan 2017
  • Consistency in charters could improve fintech regulation

    A letter published by The Conference of State Banking Supervisors (CSBS) on Friday is the latest in a round of opposition to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency’s (OCC) fintech charter proposal. But the charter could help to streamline regulation of the fragmented industry.

    • 17 Jan 2017
  • High fives for covered bonds

    After a glut of long-dated covered bonds in 2016, investors are scrambling to bring the duration of their portfolio down again, and that means five year covered bonds are likely to remain a firm favourite. More issuers should turn down the ECB's TLTRO, and try covered bonds instead.

    • 17 Jan 2017
  • The trouble with fixed income trading is structural

    The problems of fixed income trading are still a proxy for the fortunes of the whole investment banking industry. Fourth quarter results from the major US houses suggest the Street will have had a strong year in 2016, giving senior traders a new lease of life and a good payday, while 2017 could be just as good. But the industry’s problems aren’t going away.

    • 17 Jan 2017
  • SGX-bound Chinese trusts need to break with tradition

    Dasin Retail Trust has become the latest Chinese issuer to tap a Singapore listing, raising S$146m ($102m) in its IPO last week. While mainland-sponsored trusts have enjoyed relative fundraising success in the city-state, they have stuck to a tried and tested formula. Future issuers should break the mould.

    • 17 Jan 2017
  • RMB internationalisation is in transition, not reverse

    China has come in for a lot of criticism for introducing more capital controls since the start of the year in order to combat outflows. While such restrictions clearly do not fit under the headline of financial liberalisation, the market needs to understand that they are a necessary evil for China to have enough time to correct economic imbalances.

    • 13 Jan 2017
  • Don’t put down America’s post-crisis watchdog

    The latest round of Republican calls in the US for president-elect Donald Trump to fire the Consumer Protection Financial Bureau (CFPB) head Richard Cordray and roll back the agency’s influence is a real threat to American consumers.

    • 12 Jan 2017

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All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 23 Jan 2017
1 Citi 35,941.13 111 8.93%
2 Barclays 31,588.47 86 7.85%
3 JPMorgan 27,799.55 107 6.91%
4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 27,706.86 75 6.88%
5 HSBC 21,949.38 82 5.45%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 17 Jan 2017
1 Commerzbank Group 114.00 1 66.16%
2 CaixaBank 37.05 1 21.50%
3 UniCredit 10.62 1 6.17%
3 BNP Paribas 10.62 1 6.17%
Subtotal 172.30 3 100.00%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 17 Jan 2017
1 SG Corporate & Investment Banking 770.06 2 16.80%
2 Goldman Sachs 656.16 2 14.32%
3 JPMorgan 527.28 4 11.50%
4 Emirates NBD PJSC 408.38 1 8.91%
5 Deutsche Bank 321.53 3 7.01%