• Chinese Banks, HSCEI Call Strategy Eyed

    Investors should consider buying Chinese banks and the HSCEI via an April 2014 105% call at 1.9%, a June 2014 105-115% call and hedging the downside via a volatility spread. The volatility spread should be executed by buying a June 2016 80% put on the HSCEI at 7.79% and selling a June 2016 80% put on the S&P 500 at 4.22%, according to strategists at BNP Paribas.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Bankia sale sets Spain up for future successes

    The Spanish government’s first sale of a chunk of Bankia was snapped up by investors in less than an hour on Thursday night, with US and UK accounts especially keen to take the paper.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Australia To Start Mandatory IRS Clearing 2015

    Australia could introduce mandatory clearing of over-the-counter US dollar, sterling, euro and yen interest rate swaps in early 2015, with rules on the new regime expected to be issued late 2014.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Interserve raises £74.8m for takeover through speedy bookbuild

    Interserve, the UK support services and construction firm, has raised £74.8m through the sale of almost 13m new shares to finance its acquisition of Rentokil’s facilities service business, Initial Facilities.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Boohoo.com lines up March IPO launch

    Online clothing retailer Boohoo.com hopes to be admitted onto London’s AIM on March 14, it announced on Friday.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Pets at Home bookbuild begins, firm valued up to £1.3bn

    Bookbuilding began on Friday for an IPO of up to £1.3bn for Pets at Home, with bankers optimistic about investor demand for the retail name.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Koninklijke DSM needs no run-up to leap into market for €500m 10 year

    Koninklijke DSM, the Dutch food ingredients and chemicals company, launched a snap 10 year bond on Thursday, after a conference call with investors in the morning.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Banco Daycoval comes back to bonds

    Banco Daycoval is returning to the international bond market for the first time in three years. The borrower has picked banks for a dollar deal and begins a series of investors meetings on Thursday.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Janus’s Kerschner tapped to run new fund

    Securitization veteran John Kerschner has been named co-portfolio manager to run Janus Capital Group’s Multi-Sector Income Fund, a new fund that will invest aggressively in high-yield bonds.

    28 Feb 2014

  • US: California county turns a corner in clean energy home financing

    A California municipality has obtained the second highest rating approval for bonds secured by payments for home-installed clean energy retrofits, overcoming objections from the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

    28 Feb 2014

  • GMAC UK increases size twice as sterling buyers pile in

    GMAC UK’s auto loan securitization, E-Carat 3, attracted enough demand for lead managers to increase the size of the trade twice during the pricing process and print close to outstanding levels.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Azerbaijan aims for dollar debut

    The Republic of Azerbaijan has picked banks for its inaugural dollar bond and begins investor meetings on Monday. Comparably rated sovereigns like Russia and The State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR) with provide reference points for pricing.

    28 Feb 2014

  • CEEMEA's latest stay strong in secondary

    This week’s CEEMEA deals were trading well in the secondary market on Friday morning. Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank’s $750m bond was almost 10bp tighter after being priced flat. Gazprombank’s 5.5 year transaction was slightly above re-offer, and Russian Railway’s nine year euro transaction was up after being sold against a particularly difficult backdrop.

    28 Feb 2014

  • BAML tips CDS on longer maturing french names

    Strategists at Bank of America Merrill Lynch are recommending investors sell credit default swaps on seven to 10 year French credits noting that the credit default swap/cash basis is especially positive.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Ukraine turmoil drives CDS volatility

    Ukraine has a long history of weak credit quality. Indeed, one has to go all the way back to August 2011 to find 5-year CDS levels tighter than 500bps.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Safra storms to Swiss debut

    Brazilian lender Banco Safra sold its debut Swiss franc deal on Thursday. A strong response from investors allowed the bank to sell the largest deal in the currency from a LatAm financial.

    28 Feb 2014

  • RMB round-up – February 27

    In this week’s round-up of offshore renminbi news, the renminbi has become the seventh most used currency for payments worldwide, RMB deposits and outstanding RMB certificates of deposit in Hong Kong reached more than Rmb1tr by the end of 2013, and the DBS RMB Index for VVinning Enterprises (DRIVE) rebounded in Q4.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Multipolar taps 2018s for $30m

    Multipolar has reopened its $200m 9.75% 2018s with a $30m tap. The Indonesian retailer made the offering to meet new financing needs but was restricted to a small issuance by high yield debt covenants, according to a banker on the deal.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Adira Dinamika opens for $200m

    Adira Dinamika Multi Finance launched its $200m facility to the market on Friday, February 28, pricing the deal at 175bp over dollar Libor — and managing to save 5bp over its previous loan.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Haichang offers investors theme park pure play with $346m HK IPO

    China’s Haichang Holdings started receiving bids for its HK$2.68bn ($346m) Hong Kong IPO on February 28 as investors get the opportunity to invest in what is potentially the first Asian theme park to be listed.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Sole investor drives Gemdale into two-day post pricing tap

    Gemdale (Asia) Investment issued a Rmb300m ($49m) tap of its existing three year bond on Friday, just two days after pricing the original deal. The tap was driven by reverse inquiry from a sole investor, though bankers away from the deal have questioned the unusual move.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Bharat Petroleum

    28 Feb 2014

  • Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

    28 Feb 2014

  • Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank

    28 Feb 2014

  • Pohjola Bank

    28 Feb 2014

  • Islamic Development Bank — IsDB

    28 Feb 2014

  • Gazprombank

    28 Feb 2014

  • Ping An breaks into Sing dollar market

    Ping An Insurance priced its first Singapore dollar deal on Thursday, marking the issuer’s first foray away from offshore renminbi. The issuer also opted for a 5.5 tenor to build out its curve as well as appeal to a wider investor base.

    28 Feb 2014

  • HSBC opens new Apac secondary loan trading division

    HSBC is setting up a secondary loan trading platform in Asia Pacific and has appointed Ronnie Mahal to spearhead the operations.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Bidding spree: Poly Culture’s $331m IPO 605x subscribed

    Demand for Chinese auction house Poly Culture Group Corp’s HK$2.57bn ($331m) IPO went through the roof with a retail tranche that was more than 605 times subscribed.

    28 Feb 2014

  • ICBC Leasing hits market for $300m

    ICBC Finance Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, has launched a $300m facility into syndication, with bankers on the deal already confident of a positive response from the market, thanks to the borrower’s strong ratings.

    28 Feb 2014

  • RBI's move to raise gold hedging a prize for jewellers

    The central bank opened the door for increased gold hedging when it gave permission to Titan Group to increase its ability to hedge the precious metal.

    28 Feb 2014

  • RBS sounds global retreat leaving bank’s Asian future in the balance

    RBS announced a slew of changes on Thursday as the struggling bank undergoes a large restructuring programme that will reduce it from a global lender to a more UK-focused operation. Despite the expected downsizing, those close to RBS are not expecting any major upheavals to its Asian operations just yet, write Rev Hui and Rashmi Kumar.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Cisco’s $8bn flies but market was hoping for Apple monster

    The dam opened again in the US corporate bond market this week and a torrent of issues poured out, as companies emerged from earnings blackouts and turned the week into the busiest for corporate high grade issuance so far this year.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Hester launches RSA rights, rejig as floods and Irish business hit capital position

    UK insurer RSA, which took on Stephen Hester as its chief executive earlier in the month, announced a £775m rights issue on Thursday as part of a plan to fix its weak performance and capital position.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Transparency not yet up CRR standard, says Barclays

    Covered bond disclosure has improved, but national transparency templates do not yet comply with the Capital Requirements Regulation, according to Barclays covered bond research. Bank investors must in theory apply a higher capital charge to their covered bond investments, it said.

    28 Feb 2014

  • SAS CB brings restructuring near to long-awaited close

    Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), the Swedish firm which recently faced bankruptcy, raised Skr1.6bn ($245m) through a five year convertible bond on Tuesday. It brings the company’s wide-ranging restructuring close to an end.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Libor forgiven as Icap’s rare euro bond wins €1.75bn book

    Icap, the UK interdealer broker and electronic trading group, returned to the euro bond market on Thursday to refinance its only previous issue, and proved that its involvement in the Libor rigging scandal last year was no bar to it obtaining a warm welcome from investors.

    28 Feb 2014

  • JBIC back in sterling after 17 year break

    Japan Bank for International Cooperation priced its first sterling benchmark in 17 years this week, and investors snapped up the opportunity to buy a rare name in sterling. JBIC, which will on-lend the proceeds to a UK rail project, could become a regular issuer in the currency as it is looking at financing more projects in the UK.

    28 Feb 2014

  • First sterling deal added to AT1 pipeline in what could be biggest week ever

    Nationwide Building Society has thrown its hat into the ring for selling additional tier one debt, mandating lead arrangers to gauge interest in what would be the first such deal to be denominated in sterling and the first AT1 paper to be sold by a non-bank institution.

    28 Feb 2014

  • UK credit fund enters Dutch RMBS market after portfolio sale

    UK-based credit investor Venn Partners has announced it will securitize a €481.5m portfolio of Dutch mortgages that it bought at the end of last year from GE Artesia Bank.

    28 Feb 2014

  • LBBW snubs money markets for ALM match

    Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) returned to the covered bond market on Monday to issue a €500m 15 month Pfandbrief. The short dated funding was driven by the issuer’s asset liability matching needs and provided cheaper funding than it could have found in the money markets.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Hanhua starts roadshow for $367m Hong Kong listing

    Hanhua Financial Holding has appointed two cornerstone investors and started the roadshow on Wednesday, for its $367m debut on the Hong Kong exchange.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Sallie deal appears in $2.9bn pipeline, as servicing concerns escalate

    A $676m private student loan deal from Sallie Mae is among $2.9bn in new issue ABS deals this week, even as Sallie faces heightened criticism from consumer advocates regarding its loan servicing, a complaint the issuer acknowledged in its earnings report this week.

    28 Feb 2014

  • People moves in brief

    BAML DCM vet leaves banking - ANZ hires Johnson - Nelson to head Africa DCM - RenCap spree continues

    28 Feb 2014

  • Asian leveraged loans in brief, February 28, 2014

    Kreuz $275m LBO to close — Boiler Corp and Brightoil seek acquisition loans

    28 Feb 2014

  • Agile performance in Rmb2bn Dim Sum debut

    Agile Property Holdings' first offshore renminbi bond put in a strong performance, with an order book of more than Rmb5bn ($820m), despite investors in the Dim Sum market having become more discerning. The borrower may also have saved 125bp compared to its dollar funding levels.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Funding scorecard - Sovereigns

    A remarkable start to the year for the eurozone periphery is in clear view in this month's sovereign funding scorecard. Just two months into the year, Portugal has completed more than half of its target, while Ireland is not far behind. At the other end of the volume spectrum, Spain is making good headway in tackling its €133.3bn target with 26% completed, while Italy — which has yet to sell a syndication this year — is behind on 18%.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Versace looks ahead to IPO as Blackstone takes a stake

    Italian fashion house, Versace has moved one step closer to an IPO after private equity firm Blackstone took a minority share.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Depfa sale in first half of 2014, says HRE

    Hypo Real Estate Holding plans to sell Depfa plc in the first half of this year, it announced on Friday. However, bankers told The Cover they did not believe it would make this target, given the low level of bids.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Russian strength on display as Ukraine tension tests issuers

    Russian borrowers undaunted by unrest in Ukraine are pushing on with issuance plans and largely being rewarded for their resolve. Gazprombank sold a four times subscribed transaction despite concerns about its Ukrainian exposure while Russian Railways printed a nine year euro bond only hours after Russian fighter jets were placed on high alert.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Dixons rises, P4U falls on Carphone talks

    Dixons’ high yield bond traded up this week on news that the UK electrical retailer was in merger talks with Carphone Warehouse. But Carphone’s rival Phones 4U’s subordinated bonds traded down.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Mitchell leaves Citi ECM syndicate for Goldman Sachs

    Citi’s head of equity syndicate for Asia Pacific ex-Japan, Rupert Mitchell, has resigned from the firm to join Goldman Sachs, according to a number of sources with knowledge of the situation.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Eurobond founding father Rudloff retires

    Hans-Joerg Rudloff is retiring as chairman of Barclays investment bank, a role he has held since 1998, overseeing the firm’s rise from also-ran to bond market titan.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Do & Co gets €150m with Vienna debut

    Do & Co, the Austrian catering and restaurants company, issued its first bond on Tuesday, in a successful sale that attracted just under €600m of demand.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Family-owned Hella Hueck fêted again, prices short €300m well through its curve

    Hella Hueck, the family-owned German car lighting maker, issued its third bond on Wednesday, to eager demand that drove the pricing inside where the lead managers saw its secondary curve.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Seek and you shall find enough: A$770m sealed

    Australian employment website Seek has sealed its loan of A$770m ($692.1m) after strong demand from lenders during syndication allowed it to increase the final deal size from the planned A$565m.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Olam looks to bite into $900m dual-trancher

    Olam International, a supplier of agricultural products and food ingredients, is seeking a loan of around $900m and is due to mandate banks at the top level soon.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Bendigo Bank feeds demand for diversity in Swissies

    Australian lender Bendigo and Adelaide Bank sold its debut Swiss franc bond on Tuesday, benefiting from investor interest in a greater variety of Australian issuers.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Dim Sum feast to continue despite negative backdrop

    February proved to be another blow-out month for offshore renminbi issuance despite a storm of negative headlines from China and concerns about the sudden depreciation of the currency. But the fun isn’t over as a high volume of redemptions, favourable arbitrage opportunities and the participation of multinational corporates means the pipeline remains strong, write Virginia Furness and Isabella Zhong.

    28 Feb 2014

  • HY pricing squeezes tighter as single-B Kerneos sets new level

    Pricing in the European high yield market is still getting tighter, helped by a fortnight of stable markets and scant issuance.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Renminbi fluctuation seen as temporary turbulence

    The renminbi’s dramatic plunge during recent days came as a nasty shock to the consensus opinion to hold a long position in the currency.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Chalieco's NC3 perp pick-up tempts investors

    China Aluminium International Engineering (Chalieco) priced its debut international bond last Friday, issuing a senior perpetual non-call three that pays 6.875%. The borrower opted for a non-call three structure to save costs but this also made the bond more investor-friendly, which meant it was able to shave 37.5bp off initial pricing.

    28 Feb 2014

  • The Mumble: Is IFC's London-listed Rmb bond a gesture or does it mark real progress?

    When the International Finance Corporation picked London for a benchmark Renminbi bond bankers hailed it as a statement of intent that could turbocharge the product by bringing it to a wider range of investors — whether that is the case or not only time can tell.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Oberthur to refinance €465m of loans early

    Oberthur Technologies, the French smart card maker, is seeking to take advantage of improved market conditions by refinancing €465m-equivalent of loans, only five months after raising the debt.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Leveraged loans - news in brief, February 28, 2014

    Stena cuts $100m - Accelya pays dividend - Cinven syndicates LBO loan

    28 Feb 2014

  • Family-owned Hella Hueck fêted again, prices short €300m well through its curve

    Hella Hueck, the family-owned German car lighting maker, issued its third bond on Wednesday, to eager demand that drove the pricing inside where the lead managers saw its secondary curve.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Carlyle and 3iDM keep up euro CLO flow despite Volcker woes

    The European CLO primary market continues to make light of regulatory concerns that have caused a slowdown in the US market this year to date. Carlyle Group and 3i Debt Management printed deals at the start of the week, and Intermediate Capital Group is due to price St Paul’s IV CLO early next week.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Bank of England to probe strength of foreign regulators

    The Bank of England’s Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) has set out how it wants international banks to operate in the UK and what it expects from foreign regulators. The new rules, set out in a consultation published on Wednesday, will mean international branches from some countries could lose their UK licence, if the PRA deems their home supervisors inadequate.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Renault gets €6bn book, pays tiny pick-up

    French carmaker Renault obtained a €6.2bn book for its €500m seven year bond on Tuesday, as it rode the wave of demand for crossover-rated corporate bonds.

    28 Feb 2014

  • China’s Chukong Tech seeks US deal with $150m IPO

    The list of Chinese firms eyeing up an US IPO has grown even longer thanks to mobile game developer Chukong Tech, which is planning to raise $150m in the second half of the year, according to a banker on the deal.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Ambank closes $300m with six lenders on board

    Malaysia’s AmBank has closed syndication and finalised allocations for its $300 three year loan, after six banks committed to the transaction.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Indo Exim back for more: sends $400m RFP

    Indonesia Eximbank has issued a request for proposals for a $400m dual-tranche facility, with the possibility of increasing the final deal size to $600m.

    28 Feb 2014

  • BP’s €2bn 7 and 12 bang on target

    BP continued a busy month of bond issuance on Tuesday with a €2bn issue, which echoed in scale the €2.5bn dual trancher it sold in February 2012.

    28 Feb 2014

  • ADCB sells 2014's first Middle East FIG flat to curve

    Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank closed the Middle East's first FIG deal of 2014 this week, pricing a $750m bond flat to its secondary curve. Bankers both off and on the deal had doubted how much international interest there would be given how tight Middle East spreads are relative to the rest of the CEEMEA market. But the final order book left no doubt about demand for the region in the face of EM uncertainty.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Carney says Basel to finish RWA project by Brisbane

    Mark Carney said that the Basel Committee would set out its plan to address excessive variability in risk weighted asset calculations by the Brisbane summit in November.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank USD750m 3% Mar 19

    28 Feb 2014

  • Caterpillar prices generously to woo investors

    Dim sum regular Caterpillar opted to price its latest dim sum deal wider than other recent bonds from multinational corporates on Monday night, with a view to shoring up demand for future issues.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Strong demand as Gas Natural brings first Spanish corporate bond of 2014

    Gas Natural Fenosa, the Spanish gas and electricity company, issued on Thursday the first Spanish corporate bond of the year, and was swamped with a €5bn order book for the €500m no-grow issue.

    28 Feb 2014

  • GE's sukuk debut should not deter corporate supply

    When General Electric issued a debut $500m sukuk five years ago it did not receive a great deal of acclaim. But with the company considering another potential Islamic deal later this year, neither it nor other rumoured Western first time borrowers such as Total should fear for a bad result this time around.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Crédito Real to test LatAm market but blue chips wanted

    Mexican microfinance company Crédito Real may make a second attempt at an international bond issue as a part of a liability management exercise, but LatAm banks remain starved of supply despite claiming conditions are ripe for a blue chip issuer to lift issuance volumes.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Islamic Development Bank USD1.5bn 1.8125% Mar 19

    28 Feb 2014

  • SSA borrowers enjoy storming investor demand in dollars

    Strong levels of demand on offer for supranational and agency paper in dollars this week, as investors have grown comfortable with US Treasury yields in the belly of the curve, will hearten the several issuers that are looking at bringing benchmarks in the currency in the coming weeks.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Syndicated loans-news in brief,Feb 28,2014

    HeidelbergCement - Mart Resources - Cyfrowy Polsat

    28 Feb 2014

  • Diaverum mandates banks, lead undecided

    Diaverum, the Swedish operator of dialysis clinics, has mandated five banks to arrange €708m of senior credit facilities, but has yet to pick a left lead.

    28 Feb 2014

  • IsDB record sukuk asks sovs to take up gauntlet

    The Islamic Development Bank has added its weight to the call for western sovereign sukuk issuance, having brought a personal record sized $1.5bn deal at a market record tight print. The deal is a clarion call for the UK and Luxembourg to get on with issuing their own debut sukuk, said bankers, and the IsDB believes they should also go bigger with their plans.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Solidium repeats combi offer with €800m Sampo sales

    Solidium, the Finnish state investment fund, raised €800m through a combined ABB and exchangeable bond on Tuesday, allowing it to monetise some of its holding in financial group Sampo and reviving the structure after a run of similar deals in early 2012.

    28 Feb 2014

  • BAML closes transatlantic deal, another coming

    Metaldyne, a US car parts maker, closed a $671m-equivalent transatlantic leveraged loan facility last week. Bank of America Merrill Lynch, which led it, was set to launch another large deal later this week, GlobalCapital has learned.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Ecom shows its wares to the market with $300m

    Ecom Agroindustrial Asia has opened up a $300m one year loan into general syndication, aiming to refinance a similar facility falling due in April this year.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Non-agency DNTs hit month high as market continues to soften

    The percentage of do-not-trades on non-agency RMBS in the U.S. secondary market has hit the highest mark in a month, adding to earlier signs that the space is weakening.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Buyers dash to load up on European retail IPOs

    Who says the days of the retail emporium are numbered? IPO investors this week visited three distinct departments, stocking up on exorbitantly-priced AO World, an online white goods shop, McColl's, a dowdy dividend yield UK cornershop chain, and Lenta, a Russian hypermarket that has been shrugging off emerging markets volatility.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Paragon preps first RMBS as a more frequent issuer

    UK lender Paragon Group will meet investors next week ahead of a new UK buy-to-let RMBS, the first of potentially two to three securitizations the mortgage provider plans to sell this year.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Adira Finance returns for yet another $200m

    Indonesian company Adira Dinamika Multi Finance has picked four banks to arrange a $200m three year loan, just three months after closing a similar sized facility.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Do & Co gets €150m with Vienna debut

    Do & Co, the Austrian catering and restaurants company, issued its first bond on Tuesday, in a successful sale that attracted just under €600m of demand.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Euro periphery quits crisis mode for new markets

    Peripheral eurozone sovereigns, regions and agencies are gaining access to ever more diverse pools of liquidity — including conservative investors in long tenors — as yields hit historic lows and spreads scream in towards the core. But even more fuel could be added to the rocket powered rally, as growing tensions in Ukraine force investors to jettison emerging market debt and snap up the periphery’s paper.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Spain’s Grifols to launch jumbo $4.8bn refinancing

    Grifols, the Spanish pharmaceuticals company, is due to launch $4.8bn of senior loans on Friday, making it the second borrower so far this year to rely at least in part on institutional lenders for a jumbo facility, after Ziggo’s €3.7bn deal late last month.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Kennedy Wilson’s swift IPO wrapped

    Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate, the Irish property firm, completed its £910m London IPO within just 10 days of the start of pre-marketing and having increasing the size of the deal from £750m after bookbuilding began.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Bank pitching frenzy for Focus Media IPO

    Digital advertising company Focus Media Holding is looking to tap the Hong Kong IPO market for $1bn in 2015 and ECM bankers are all scrambling for a seat on the syndicate.

    28 Feb 2014

  • Gazprombank USD750m 4.96% May 19

    28 Feb 2014

  • Greek yields fall below unlucky 7%

    Claims that Greece could return to the debt capital markets in 2014 have taken on an extra air of authenticity after the sovereign’s 10 year yields dropped below 7% — the threshold above which many experts believe debt becomes unsustainable.

    28 Feb 2014

All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 JPMorgan 92.59 388 8.96%
2 Citi 85.30 278 8.25%
3 BofA Securities 63.15 265 6.11%
4 Barclays 58.01 223 5.61%
5 Deutsche Bank 55.74 184 5.39%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 BNP Paribas 60.87 123 14.06%
2 Credit Agricole CIB 28.59 93 6.60%
3 Santander 25.41 90 5.87%
4 JPMorgan 23.88 61 5.52%
5 UniCredit 21.51 103 4.97%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 Goldman Sachs 2.07 11 10.42%
2 BofA Securities 1.40 6 7.01%
3 Citi 1.37 7 6.87%
4 Morgan Stanley 1.36 6 6.85%
5 JPMorgan 1.31 7 6.59%