• Suzano, Codelco keep Lat Am corps ticking

    Brazilian pulp and paper producer Suzano and Chilean copper producer Codelco got Latin American bond markets going this week with smooth dollar deals.

    31 Jan 2019

  • BTG lines up comeback as Lat Am rallies

    Brazilian lender BTG Pactual will hit the road next week as it looks to capitalise on improving investor sentiment around Brazil, in order to issue a 10 year non-call five Basel III compliant tier two note.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Bondholders praise Venezuela sanctions but question PDVSA trading ban

    Latin America bond investors cheered moves from the US government to up the pressure on Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro to leave office this week, but a side-effect of sanctions left PDVSA creditors trapped, to the confusion of many. Oliver West reports.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Latin American duo facing fallen angel threat

    Bonds from two of the most important issuers in Latin America sank this week as they neared fallen angel status, but some investors said that there was a danger of overshooting.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Lack of CLO warehouse capital dampens leveraged loan rally

    Loans have bounced back from their steep selloff in December, but the recovery has lost some of its steam as new CLO warehouse capital to buy loans proves less abundant.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Ecuador says bond was needed despite IMF doubts

    Ricardo Martínez, Ecuador’s finance minister, insisted a bond the sovereign issued on Monday was necessary, despite credit analysts saying the country cannot sustain issuing at high rates.

    31 Jan 2019

  • SSAs tipped to focus on dollar threes after ‘much needed’ Chinese holiday

    Conditions for public sector dollar issuers held firm this week after an excellent start to the year, although deals were thinner on the ground thanks to a US Federal Open Market Committee meeting. Chinese New Year holidays next week will give the sector a much needed breather — after which three-years might move more into vogue than fives, said SSA bankers.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Barclays and Rothschild targeted in insurance M&A fight

    Barclays and Rothschild are being legally pursued by Scor, which claims they breached confidence and trade secrets after the insurer rejected a merger offer from compatriot Covéa. But Scor praised Credit Suisse, claiming it had refused to join those two banks’ actions.

    31 Jan 2019

  • US mulls Sofr FRNs and syndications

    SSA bankers welcomed comments from the US Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee that suggested the US should expand its issuance programme to include products such as syndications, perpetual debt and Sofr linked floating rate notes. But they were sceptical that any mandates for such deals would be up for grabs in the near future.

    31 Jan 2019

  • KBN USD1.25bn 2.75% Feb 24

    31 Jan 2019

  • CPPIB Capital EUR1bn 0.875% Feb 29 green bond

    31 Jan 2019

  • Austria EUR5bn 0.5% Feb 29

    31 Jan 2019

  • KfW EUR5bn 0% Apr 24

    31 Jan 2019

  • L-Bank USD1bn 2.625% Feb 22

    31 Jan 2019

  • NRW.Bank EUR500m 0.625% Feb 29 green bond

    31 Jan 2019

  • Greece EUR2.5bn 3.45% Apr 24

    31 Jan 2019

  • Belgium EUR5bn 1.7% Jun 50

    31 Jan 2019

  • NRW.Bank USD1bn FRN Feb 21

    31 Jan 2019

  • Bpifrance EUR1.5bn 0.125% Nov 23 tap

    31 Jan 2019

  • NWB EUR1bn 0.625% Feb 29 affordable housing bond

    31 Jan 2019

  • Five’s alive as KfW gets record, taps balloon

    Euro agencies favoured fives over the last seven days, as KfW smashed its order record and a pair of French agencies brought taps at sizes multiple times their target. With some SSA bankers saying conditions are the best they have ever seen, supply looks likely to keep coming.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Why have bond investors taken a vow of silence?

    Pacific Gas & Electric has gone bankrupt with $52bn of debt, blaming forest fires that seared California during 2018. Vale, with $11bn, has been downgraded to the bottom edge of investment grade after its horrific dam burst last Friday.

    31 Jan 2019

  • People moves in brief

    JPM shuffles for M&A opportunity — IFC picks treasurer — HSBC announces head of global markets

    31 Jan 2019

  • Big fat Greek bond to spur periphery spree

    Greece’s impressive return to the public bond markets this week has set the perfect backdrop for further syndication in 2019, which bankers say could be a 10 year, a maturity it has not tested since its 2014 post-bailout comeback. The big bid for eurozone periphery debt could also see Greek and Italian banks sell covered bonds in the near future, according to market participants. Burhan Khadbai and Bill Thornhill report.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Belgium’s long play, Austria’s tight effort scale new sov heights

    There was another scorching start to the year for eurozone sovereigns this week with yet more records dropping as Belgium took its largest ever number of orders and Austria sold its biggest ever deal from its largest ever book. But it was the nature of the successes — Belgium with a long dated trade and Austria the most expensive 10 year of the year so far — that really caught the eye.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Barbarians arrive at the banks’ gates as others flee

    While banks fight shy of big-ticket mergers, a select group of private equity firms are leading the restructuring of the industry in Europe, writes David Rothnie.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Powell puts kibosh on hikes, EM investors jubilant

    The hopes of emerging markets participants proved well founded on Wednesday when US Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell pulled back from the aggressive trajectory of rate hikes previously promised.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Alpha Bank shifts non-performing SME loans

    Alpha Bank sold a €1bn gross-book value portfolio of non-performing Greek SME loans, along with €56m repossessed real estate assets, to a group of funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management and International Finance Corporation in December. The bank was advised by White & Case.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Blowout UBS deal raises hopes of return to form for AT1

    Financial institutions bond bankers are hoping that the additional tier one market is back in fashion with investors, after UBS was able to attract a whopping $16bn of orders for a $2.5bn transaction this week.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Smurfit switches securitization for high yield

    Irish packaging company Smurfit Kappa has tapped its €600m 2.875% 2026 issue, its most recent high yield issue, on Wednesday for another €400m to pay back a big chunk of its securitization financing.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Green companies seek ‘voice in the debate’ — EDF CFO

    Sixteen companies, all leading green bond issuers, have formed a Corporate Forum on Sustainable Finance. Electricité de France was the prime mover. Xavier Girre, chief financial officer of EDF, tells GlobalCapital why the group is needed, why he supports a green supporting factor and how EDF’s sustainable finance strategy is developing.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Gazprom plans dollar bond return as US lifts sanctions on Rusal and EN+

    Russian state-owned oil and gas giant Gazprom announced the mandate for a new dollar benchmark bond on Thursday, just days after a well-flagged move by the US Treasury to lift sanctions on Rusal and EN+. Market participants hailed the move as providing a more “constructive” and “encouraging” environment for Russian bonds.

    31 Jan 2019

  • SSA SRI gathers steam in advance of record 2019

    Several public sector borrowers tapped the socially responsible investment (SRI) market this week, with more deals expected in February, before what many analysts expect will be a record year for the asset class.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Clydesdale mandates BAML, BNP Paribas, Citi and Wells Fargo with new Lanark UK RMBS

    Clydesdale Bank mandated Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas, Citi and Wells Fargo for the first UK RMBS of the year, Lanark 2019-1.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Green investors prefer label over substance

    Spanish telecoms company Telefonica this week became the latest issuer to sell green bonds. The volume of money dedicated to green bond investments meant that there was huge demand and the deal had participation of nearly 50% from green investors. But if those buyers had that much conviction they wouldn’t have waited for this trade.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Covered bond market drools over Swedish pair

    Covered bond investors could not get enough of Swedish seven year deals issued this week by Swedbank and Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken. But whether record order books are being inflated remains a moot point.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Telefonica €1bn 1.6 Feb 2025

    31 Jan 2019

  • Brexit no impact on sterling SSA demand

    Concerns over the UK’s exit from the European Union, which have increased following Tuesday’s series of votes in parliament on the matter, will not affect demand for sterling SSA paper, according to bankers.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Harley stalls but dollar market primed for supply glut

    Harley Davidson made heavy weather of strong US bond market conditions on Thursday after a dovish Fed and a month-long rally in spreads appeared to set the dollar market up for a strong run of issuance in February.

    31 Jan 2019

  • MENA lining up bumper year, Egypt going green

    The Middle East and North Africa region will provide a large chunk of emerging market bond supply in 2019, investors said this week. The region provides excellent value, in spite of fluctuations in the oil price.

    31 Jan 2019

  • High yield darling TISE bags SEC deal

    The Channels Island’s International Stock Exchange, now rebranded TISE, gained recognition from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Thursday, easing a potential pain point for issuers listing securities on the venue.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Telefonica puts telco sector's first call in to green bond market

    Spanish telecoms company Telefónica on Monday launched the first green bond in euros from the telecoms sector. The firm, rated as one of Spain’s leading companies in the fight against climate change, published its Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) framework in November but had to wait two months to sell its first green bond.

    31 Jan 2019

  • loanDepot slammed by regulators for loan churning

    Ginnie Mae announced on Wednesday that it was restricting loanDepot, an online marketplace lender, from pooling Veteran Affairs mortgages into certain Ginnie securitizations due to aggressive loan churning.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Analysts have refi concerns for debt collector champ

    Heavyweight debt collector Intrum reflected on a very active period of investments in its fourth quarter results, as banks continue to use it when dealing with legacy assets. But analysts questioned its refinancing abilities.

    31 Jan 2019

  • BayernLB and Aareal launch into strong covered mart

    Bayerische Landesbank (BayernLB) and Aareal Bank found strong demand for their Pfandbrief this week. Despite pricing tightly to mid-swaps the deals offered a generous pick-up to Bunds, which ensured broad based interest.

    31 Jan 2019

  • SEB succours on strong seven year demand

    Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken followed Swedbank with a seven year deal, printing a well oversubscribed €1.25bn covered bond on Thursday flat to its curve. The deal comes as Citi research suggested excess demand for covered bonds issued this month is at a record level.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Oman to overcome hurdles for debt raise

    Bankers are confident that Oman can overcome the obstacles in the way of its borrowing capabilities, namely a large fiscal deficit and speculative grade ratings, in order to raise financing from international lenders.

    31 Jan 2019

  • ISDA Create launches as industry nears IM phase four

    The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) launched a full version of its online solution for initial margin (IM) documentation on Thursday in partnership with law firm Linklaters.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Argenta Spaarbank EUR500m 1% Feb 24

    31 Jan 2019

  • Berlin Hyp EUR500m 1% Feb 26

    31 Jan 2019

  • Hyundai prints first green as Deal Pool takes hold

    Having accounted for the largest share of international issuance in Swiss francs in 2018, Korean borrowers appear to be acquiring a taste for the market again in 2019. Following last week’s sustainability trade for Korea Western Power, Hyundai Capital returned to the market on Tuesday with its first green bond in the currency.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Sydbank EUR500m 1.25% Feb 22 non-preferred senior

    31 Jan 2019

  • UBS Group Funding USD2.5bn 7% PNC5 AT1

    31 Jan 2019

  • Expectations of MREL supply begin to falter

    Bankers and investors are expecting lower volumes of non-preferred senior issuance for 2019, with the majority of issuers looking at the asset class tending to be smaller and infrequent users of capital markets.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Bpifrance triples euro tap as central banks turn dovish

    Bpifrance rode a wave of booming market sentiment following a dovish US Federal Reserve meeting on Thursday to sell its joint largest ever single issue, after originally aiming for a minimum size that was just a third of the amount it ended up printing.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Eight banks ‘formed European government bonds cartel’, says EC

    The European Commission said on Thursday that it had informed eight banks that they had breached European Union antitrust rules in the purchase and trading of European government bonds between 2007 and 2012.

    31 Jan 2019

  • EMEA loan volumes nosedive 75%

    Syndicated lending volumes in the EMEA region are down 75% from last year to record their worst January in five years, and senior loans bankers say the rest of the year is unlikely to get much better.

    31 Jan 2019

  • ESMA signals flex on EMIR clearing, trading obligations

    The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has indicated that smaller counterparties and other reporting entities should be afforded some wriggle room over the implementation of new clearing and trading obligations. While deadlines for technical compliance are looming, recent amendments to EU regulation should imminently remove uncertainty over the new requirements.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Gazprom shows no sanctions fear as it markets dollar bond

    State-owned Russian oil and gas giant Gazprom is embarking on a US roadshow with investors keen to take a look, ignoring any threat of possible further sanctions from the country.

    31 Jan 2019

  • BMW’s patience rewarded with tight pricing for jumbo

    A quiet week for corporate bond issuance may have helped BMW Finance achieve tight pricing on Thursday, but selling its largest ever deal with new issue premiums in single digits was still an excellent outcome when compared to the premiums being paid at the start of the month.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Getty Images dusts off full refi after family takes back control

    Getty Images launched a refinancing of its capital structure on Thursday, the company’s first capital markets outing since the Getty family regained control of it last September. An investment vehicle controlled by conservative activists the Koch brothers was willing to commit $500m of preferred PIK equity last year, but the refi of the debt stack had to wait for market conditions to improve.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Powell puts kibosh on hikes, EM investors jubilant

    The hopes of emerging markets participants were proven well founded on Wednesday when US Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell walked back from the aggressive trajectory of rate hikes he had previously suggested.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Deutsche Pbb nails its second attempt at senior debut

    Deutsche Pfandbriefbank made light work of a preferred senior bond sale on Thursday, having returned to the euro market after failing at its first attempt at debuting in the asset class, earlier in January. With issuance conditions still improving, DCM bankers expect more banks to take advantage of a deal window at the beginning of February.

    31 Jan 2019

  • DWF announces IPO but investors await big listings from EM

    DWF, the UK law firm, has filed paperwork on an initial public offering in London, but many in equity capital markets are predicting that the the city’s largest deals will come from the emerging markets.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Aberdeen and Leicester unis set to raise US PP notes

    The universities of Aberdeen and Leicester are marketing US private placements (US PP), it is understood, both of which willl be inaugural transactions.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Geely drives in for tightly priced €1.4bn dual-trancher

    Chinese automobile retailer Zhejiang Geely Holding Group has returned for a €1.4bn dual-tranche facility to refinance a bridge loan raised last year for its purchase of a share in Swedish truck maker AB Volvo.

    31 Jan 2019

  • People and markets news in brief: January 31, 2019

    BOC loses syndicate head – Yes Bank names CEO – CSRC gets new head – Citi India chief takes on regional job – JPM appoints Apac deputy lead

    31 Jan 2019

  • Happy New Year! Asian issuers end lunar year with a bang

    Abundant supply, a diverse crop of issuers and some rare long-tenor deals characterised Asia’s bond market ahead of the week-long Chinese New Year holiday, setting the stage for a positive February. Addison Gong reports.

    31 Jan 2019

  • The do’s and don’ts over the holidays

    Everyone new to banking has a steep learning curve. But when you live in Asia long enough, you realise the really steep curve comes in trying to understand traditional holiday-related etiquette.

    31 Jan 2019

  • China’s Nio recharges with $650m debut convertible

    Chinese electric car company Nio made a splash in the US convertible bond market this week, raising $650m from its debut issuance and using a call spread feature to engineer a tasty premium. Jonathan Breen reports.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Bank capital goes green with latest Kookmin deal

    Asia’s sustainability market took a big step forward this week when Kookmin Bank priced a Basel III-compliant tier two bond with a sustainability label — the first of its kind in the region. Morgan Davis reports.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Belgium to grow its GrOLO

    Belgium will begin increasing the size of its €4.5bn April 2033 Green OLO through multiple auctions in 2019.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Artificial Solutions plots path to Swedish stockmarket

    Artificial Solutions, the Swedish software company that developed conversational artificial intelligence, may sell new shares on the main Swedish market to finance its growth, once it has obtained a listing on Nasdaq First North, according to its CEO.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Studio City hits jackpot with $600m to fund tender

    Macau casino operator Studio City Finance has priced a $600m deal to fund a tender offer, winning plaudits for its precise pricing. But while the company could return to the bond market again this year, overall supply from the sector is expected to be subdued.

    31 Jan 2019

  • India’s Power Grid plugs in for 12 year debut Samurai

    Power Grid Corporation of India has broken a seven-year absence from the international loan market to target Japanese liquidity for a ¥22bn ($201m) Samurai deal.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Sebi takes steps to boost appeal of Reits, InvITs

    In a bid to attract more investors to infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) and real estate investment trusts (Reits), India’s market regulator has proposed slashing the lot size for trading these assets.

    31 Jan 2019

  • CSRC unveils rules for new Shanghai tech board

    China’s securities regulator has published draft regulations for the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s new technology board, giving the market a first look at how the much-anticipated listing venue will function.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Venezuela sovereign edges lower amid PDVSA ban

    Following confusion over the effect US sanctions against Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA could have on US bondholders, the final picture is growing clearer and the unfurling scene is not a pretty one.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Downgrade freak-out sinks Pemex bonds

    Despite some investors saying it had been clear for some time that Pemex was on a gradual decline towards junk status, a two notch rating downgrade from Fitch appeared to catch bondholders unaware as the Mexican state oil giant’s debt slumped in secondary markets.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Bondholders remain tongue-tied as climate risks worsen

    Most bond investors are making minimal effort to lobby companies to improve their performance on climate change, a new report has found. Some feel they haven’t the right to make demands; some leave it to equity colleagues; some do not see it as relevant.

    31 Jan 2019

  • Short CLO deals belie uncertain economic outlook

    A handful of new issue CLO deals to debut in 2019 have been structured with shorter non-call and reinvestment periods. While that may reflect a bearish economic outlook in the medium-term, some market watchers chalk it up to the sell-off in the loan market last autumn and bets on the shape of the yield curve.

    30 Jan 2019

  • Natixis, Banca Imi and UniCredit marketing Italian RMBS

    Natixis and others are in the market with a remarketing of Fanes 2018, an Italian RMBS backed by a static portfolio of first lien residential mortgage loans originated in northern Italy.

    30 Jan 2019

  • Confidence rises in GACS scheme renewal and extension to UTPs

    The guarantee on securitization of bank non-performing loans (GACS) is likely to be extended, according to market participants speaking at a non-performing loans (NPL) event by the rating agency DBRS. Traders and other sources suggest the government could extend the programme to loans classified as 'unlikely to pay' (UTP).

    30 Jan 2019

  • L-Bank collects $1bn with skinny premium

    L-Bank’s first dollar benchmark of the year was in keeping with a trend in the currency so far this year for oversubscribed deals with low concessions, as leads calculated a 1bp new issue premium for the deal.

    30 Jan 2019

  • EIB shrugs off Brexit concerns with sterling tap

    The European Investment Bank showed there was ample appetite for sterling SSA paper on Wednesday, despite Tuesday’s vote in the UK Parliament that left more uncertainty over the eventual outcome of Brexit.

    30 Jan 2019

  • Six banks in the pipeline for Deutsche Börse blockchain product

    Deutsche Börse has revealed that six banks have signed up to its blockchain offering for collateral swaps in the securities lending market as it hailed “significant progress” in development of the solution.

    30 Jan 2019

  • IFRS 9 could worsen leveraged default rates, according to S&P

    S&P expects speculative grade default rates to rise to 2.6% in 2019, from 1.9% at the end of last year, thanks to tightening credit conditions, and slowing economic growth. But new accounting standards could also worsen the credit cycle.

    30 Jan 2019

  • NWB tightens by 3bp for housing bond, Land NRW hits road

    Nederlandse Waterschapsbank was over three times covered for a 10 year affordable housing bond on Wednesday, allowing it to tighten multiple times during pricing to leave no concession, according to on-looking bankers. Meanwhile, the State of North Rhine-Westphalia has appointed banks to arrange a roadshow in Europe and Asia for a long dated euro sustainability bond.

    30 Jan 2019

  • IFC chooses new treasurer

    The International Finance Corp has selected a new vice-president and treasurer to replace Jingdong Hua, who left at the start of the year.

    30 Jan 2019

  • Low & Bonar to raise £54m to clean balance sheet

    Low & Bonar, the UK maker of fabrics and flooring materials, has announced a £54m placing and open offer to reduce its debt burden in order to satisfy its debt covenants.

    30 Jan 2019

  • Gerry Weber insolvency ripples through Schuldschein market

    German fashion house Gerry Weber has filed for insolvency after failing to repay a Schuldschein tranche last November and after subsequent discussions with lenders about restructuring the company broke down. The result is that Schuldschein lenders are out of pocket and have yet another example of default in a market ill-suited to the idea. Silas Brown investigates.

    30 Jan 2019

  • PRA set to delay capital shock for UK banks after no-deal Brexit

    Sam Woods, chief executive of the UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority, has said that banks and insurers should lose preferred capital treatment for EU exposures in the event of a no-deal Brexit. But in that situation the regulator would not be likely to force the change on firms straight away.

    30 Jan 2019

  • Tight Nat Grid print shows UK demand remains high

    The day after the UK government mandated Teresa May to go to Brussels and renegotiate the country’s exit agreement with the European Union, the UK electricity transmission company National Grid tested investors’ appetites for UK assets and found a host of willing buyers without having to offer much of a premium.

    30 Jan 2019

  • High grade secondary loan prices tighten

    Secondary prices for investment grade loans have sharply fallen since the end of last year, with market participants pointing to tightening primary prices and few drawn loans as the most likely culprits.

    30 Jan 2019

  • Ex-Deutsche markets chief turns headhunter

    Miles Millard, formerly head of capital markets and treasury solutions at Deutsche Bank, has re-emerged at executive search firm JD Haspel.

    30 Jan 2019

  • EU watchdog sparks new debate on Juncker plan

    The European Court of Auditors (ECA) issued on Tuesday a report criticising several core elements of the European Fund for Strategic Investment (EFSI) — the so-called Juncker investment plan.

    30 Jan 2019

  • Oslo Børs acquisition battle revs up with Nasdaq bid

    Nasdaq has made a bid for Norwegian exchange group Oslo Børs VPS, firing up a takeover battle with rival Euronext.

    30 Jan 2019

  • BondMarker: Rabo the best issuer, BNP Paribas the best arranger

    Rabobank, Sparebank 1 Boligkreditt and Société Générale issued most highly rated deals this January and BNP Paribas has, on average, worked on the most highly rated deals so far this year according to GlobalCapital's BondMarker.

    30 Jan 2019

  • Argenta Spaarbank lands ‘neat and tight’ result on debut

    Argenta Spaarbank wasted little time in the process of selling its first senior unsecured bond on Wednesday, as the Belgian bank rode a strong tone in the euro market to raise €500m of funding.

    30 Jan 2019

  • ‘Eerily quiet’ EMEA ECM market has slowest Jan since 2009

    January has proven to be the quietest start to the year in a decade for EMEA ECM.

    30 Jan 2019

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%