• TCW resets a Covid deal for the second time

    TCW Asset Management has reset a CLO issued in the early phase of Covid for the second time, extending the life of the deal to five years.

    12 May 2021

  • Senate votes to overturn 'true lender' law

    The Senate voted to overturn the 'true lender' law, a rule which makes it easy for non-bank marketplace lenders to originate loans through banks. Though the rule is unlikely to be rescinded, the efforts to roll it back show that pressure will remain on marketplace lenders, as states challenge federal regulations that they see as infringing on their licensing and usury laws.

    12 May 2021

  • Citi beefs up tech team in London

    Citi has added to its EMEA technology investment banking team with the hire of a managing director from Deutsche Bank.

    12 May 2021

  • Veteran SSA funding chief to retire in January

    Bart Van Dooren, head of funding and investor relations at Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten, will be retiring in January.

    12 May 2021

  • SSA borrowers defy worsening conditions in euros

    Two SSA borrowers landed in the euro bond market on Wednesday while a third lined up business for next week. Issuers may still be achieving good results but bankers believe conditions are turning bad.

    12 May 2021

  • IG corporate primary ploughs on while other markets hunker down

    Europe’s corporate bond market continued to pump out deals on Wednesday, despite the equities market licking its wounds after inflation fears brought a sea of red to stock prices.

    12 May 2021

  • Commerzbank turns profit, focuses on Germany

    Commerzbank outperformed expectations by reporting a net profit in the first quarter of the year — even accounting for a large restructuring charge — as the German lender trims its workforce and sharpens its focus on the domestic market and German clients.

    12 May 2021

  • OVHcloud picks banks to lead Paris flotation

    French cloud computing company OVHcloud has mandated three banks for its upcoming initial public offering on Euronext Paris.

    12 May 2021

  • Daimler expands auto ABS offerings with Dutch lease return

    The Daimler-owned Dutch auto ABS shelf is seeing new life for the first time in six years with the Silver Arrow Athlon 2021-1, only the seventh Dutch auto deal issued since the financial crisis.

    12 May 2021

  • Lenders push back on Cerba loan margin ESG conditions

    Diagnostics firm Cerba Healthcare has made the key performance indicators on its sustainability-linked loan more ambitious, after talks with leveraged loan investors on its financing for its buyout by Swedish private equity firm EQT.

    12 May 2021

  • Opposing Views: should SSAs cut fees?

    The debate over whether SSA borrowers should pay less in underwriting fees has split the market since the EU told banks it would pay less than the standard rate for its €800bn Next Gen EU bond programme. It is "the only topic" under discussion, one senior SSA banker told GlobalCapital this week. Is it fair to pay banks less when central banks underpin the market, or will issuers jeopardise their position long-term? Here, we present arguments for an against a shake-up of the way banks are paid.

    12 May 2021

  • Macquarie lands tight in euros

    Macquarie shed over a third of its order book on Wednesday as it priced its third euro deal in 18 months at what was deemed a “very tight” level. It was joined in the senior market by Swedbank, which was issuing its first callable non-preferred bond.

    12 May 2021

  • BCS Global Markets hires head of treasury from Bloomberg

    BCS Global Markets, the investment services division of Russia’s largest independent broker, has hired a new treasurer.

    12 May 2021

  • SSA 'cartelisation' risk as banks say EU should have capped fees

    Some bankers believe that the EU’s decision to unveil a new grid of lower syndication fees was unnecessarily disruptive, and that, if too many other SSA issuers follow suit, it could put at risk the level of competition among dealers.

    12 May 2021

  • Danske tests AT1 strength after rocky day in risk assets

    Danske Bank set a careful foot into the Reg S dollar additional tier one (AT1) market on Wednesday, in the wake of difficult trading session for global equities.

    12 May 2021

  • Orcel acknowledges 'frustration' amid reshuffle at UniCredit

    UniCredit's new CEO Andrea Orcel has slimmed down the bank's executive committee, while recognising “frustration” and “confusion” around past decision making at the firm.

    12 May 2021

  • Barclays hops back into Kangaroos

    Barclays returned to the Kangaroo bond market after a two year absence this week to raise A$600m ($468.1m) across three tranches of holding company debt. The market was split over which tranche offered the most value in pricing.

    12 May 2021

  • Virgin Money blows out after swift return to T2

    Virgin Money UK was six times subscribed for a tightly priced tier two in the sterling market on Wednesday, despite having offered a very similar deal to investors last September.

    12 May 2021

  • HVB enjoys outstanding demand, pays rare Pfandbrief premium

    UniCredit’s German subsidiary, HVB, enjoyed a stunning investor reception for its negative yielding eight year Pfandbrief that was issued on Wednesday, thanks to the lack of supply this year, the small but rare premium on offer and the superb market conditions.

    12 May 2021

  • Montana Aerospace soars in first day trading

    Shares in Montana Aerospace, the Swiss-Austrian aerospace company, took to the skies on Wednesday morning, the company’s first day of trading on the Swiss SIX Exchange following its IPO.

    12 May 2021

  • Antares Vision finishes Milan re-IPO on strong note

    Antares Vision, the Italian technology company, has priced a large share sale on the Italian stock exchange which will act as a re-IPO.

    12 May 2021

  • EM investors positive but not ‘gung-ho’ with valuations high

    Emerging market portfolio managers say that their confidence in buying assets has been restored now that US Treasury yields have stopped racing upwards. But although they say they have cash to splash, some still believe valuations are toppy.

    12 May 2021

  • Suelze Holding signs loan as more line up

    Suelzle Holding, a German steel maker, has signed a €140m revolving credit facility, as lenders say there are a handful of similar deals in the works for borrowers in the German speaking region.

    12 May 2021

  • Permanent TSB fills T2 bucket with ‘impressive’ print

    Permanent TSB added to a recent run of Irish bank supply on Wednesday, tapping into strong investor demand with a new tier two in the euro market.

    12 May 2021

  • Pepco, Alphawave meet demand during bookbuilding

    The IPO of Pepco, the retail conglomerate, is due to be priced at Z40, valuing the company at Z23bn (€5.07bn) when it begins trading on the Warsaw Stock Exchange later this month.

    12 May 2021

  • Judge backs Virgin Active’s precedent-setting restructuring scheme

    UK courts have endorsed gym chain Virgin Active’s restructuring plan, a precedent-setting move which shows that the UK’s new restructuring law with its ‘cross-class cramdown’ feature can be used instead of a CVA to cut debts to landlords. Some claim it represents a further attack on already-struggling landlords, but others argue than having all creditors share the pain at the outset should mean better recoveries if other chains follow this approach.

    12 May 2021

  • Murdoch-backed Seven Islands Spac eyes $300m IPO

    Asia-focused special purpose acquisition company Seven Islands has filed for a $300m Nasdaq listing.

    12 May 2021

  • SAIC-GMAC opts for two-tranche structure in new ABS

    SAIC-GMAC Automotive Finance Co priced a Rmb10bn ($1.56bn) auto loan ABS transaction this week, its third outing in China in 2021, switching to a simple structure comprising a senior and a subordinated tranche.

    12 May 2021

  • VW cuts revolving period in year’s first China ABS

    Volkswagen Finance (China) Co came to the onshore auto ABS market for the first time in 2021 with a Rmb5.97bn ($929m) transaction this week, slashing the revolving period to three months to achieve a competitive pricing.

    12 May 2021

  • China property bond flurry continues

    The rapid pace of new dollar bond issuance from Chinese property companies continued from Monday into Tuesday as four more borrowers joined the fray.

    12 May 2021

  • Chinese financial issuers court dollar buyers

    One of China’s big four banks, Agricultural Bank of China, and securities house Haitong International Securities Group joined the flurry of Chinese bond deals in the offshore market this week.

    12 May 2021

  • Vista Land takes $170m from tap

    Philippine company Vista Land & Lifescapes bagged $170m from a tap of its 2027 notes this week.

    12 May 2021

  • SF Reit builds HK$2.6bn IPO at top end pricing

    SF Real Estate Investment Trust has raised HK$2.59bn ($333.4m) through a rare trust IPO in Hong Kong.

    12 May 2021

  • Fosun returns for $500m

    Chinese conglomerate Fosun International has sold its second dollar bond of 2021, raising $500m once again.

    12 May 2021

  • BoCom International joins Chinese FIG loan parade

    BoCom International Holding Co, the securities arm of Bank of Communications, has become the latest Chinese financial institution to hit the loan market, as firms take advantage of a shift in market dynamics to tackle their refinancing needs.

    12 May 2021

  • China Water joins flood of green bonds

    China Water Affairs Group has made a rare outing in the debt market for a $200m green bond.

    12 May 2021

  • Monde Nissin covers $1bn IPO with heavyweight backing

    Monde Nissin has covered the Philippines’ largest ever IPO on the first day of bookbuilding after securing pre-launch demand from a high profile line-up of cornerstone investors.

    12 May 2021

  • Invatlan eyes $300m secured bond

    Inversiones Atlántida (Invatlan), the Central American financial services group that owns the largest bank in Honduras, is looking to raise $300m of senior secured bonds, it told fixed income investors this week.

    12 May 2021

  • AlpInvest bags $650m SLL in first for funds-of-funds

    The current of interest in sustainability-linked finance entered a new district of the capital markets this week — private equity funds-of-funds. AlpInvest Partners, one of the biggest managers in the market, has signed a $650m facility tied to its environmental, social and governance investment practices. But the deal raises the question of the role of transparency in such financings.

    11 May 2021

  • Deutsche hires Morgan Stanley industrials stalwart in New York

    Deutsche Bank has hired Richard Robinson, a Morgan Stanley banker of some 21 years, as a managing director and vice-chairman of its global industrials group in New York.

    11 May 2021

  • Weil hires capital markets partner from Shearman

    Weil, Gotshal & Manges has hired a capital markets partner from Shearman & Sterling in New York.

    11 May 2021

  • Kayne Anderson repriced mezz but not senior notes

    Kayne Anderson Capital has refinanced the mezzanine tranches of a deal originally priced in 2019 in an unusual repricing that left the senior notes intact.

    11 May 2021

  • ECB's covered bond exposure shifts away from southern Europe

    The European Central Bank is struggling to maintain its exposure to peripheral European covered bonds this year, due to falling issuance, and has therefore increased its exposure to core European markets. This trend is set to continue, as supply will remain muted — even though banks are running out of eligible collateral to pledge for repo funding.

    11 May 2021

  • SSA underwriting fees: lowering them will do more harm than good

    Public sector borrowers should be careful what they wish for. Those looking to follow the European Union’s lead in lowering the underwriting fees they pay to banks could cause an unwelcome distortion to their market at a time when getting funding through the door with minimal drama is perhaps more crucial than ever.

    11 May 2021

  • SSA underwriting fees: a more modest proposal

    The SSA syndication fee schedule is no longer fit for purpose, if it ever was. The EU has kick-started the debate, but the flaws in the business model go well beyond the issues the EU's fees grid has raised.

    11 May 2021

  • Iliad trials Schuldschein extension innovation

    French telecoms firm Iliad is looking for at least €300m from the Schuldschein market, and is trialing an innovative tenor extension in one of its tranches.

    11 May 2021

  • Corporates must be more transparent on sustainability-linked loans

    By being allowed to hide the details of sustainability targets and incentives, Europe’s investment grade corporations are being given an easy ride when it comes to sustainability-linked loans. They must be more open if the market is to remain credible.

    11 May 2021

  • Corporate bond investors shrug off equities carnage

    Europe’s high grade corporate bond market ignored a deeply red day in equity markets on Tuesday, and Volkswagen Leasing and Eurofins Scientific got a decent run at printing new debt.

    11 May 2021

  • Technology won't put bankers out of jobs

    The increasing pace of technological change in the capital markets might worry some bankers, who think they are about to be replaced by algorithms and distributed ledgers. But they needn’t be concerned.

    11 May 2021

  • EIB underwhelms as KfW readies first ever 15 year euro benchmark

    The European Investment Bank failed to impress market participants on Tuesday with an order book far smaller in size than usual for an Earn benchmark and no move in the spread after guidance.

    11 May 2021

  • SSA dollar foursome impresses

    A flurry of dollar issuance hit the market on Tuesday, covering a wide range of spreads and formats.

    11 May 2021

  • Germany prices 30 year green bond 2bp inside conventional twin

    Germany sold a 30 year green bond via syndication on Tuesday, pricing the trade 2bp through its conventional twin bond of the same maturity and coupon.

    11 May 2021

  • First BTL issuer clinches STS after investor nudge

    Three years after the label was first launched, Dutch mortgage lender Domivest is bringing the first BTL RMBS transaction to qualify for the ‘simple, transparent and standardised’ (STS) framework.

    11 May 2021

  • IAG issues €825m convertible despite tough day for airline stocks

    IAG, the parent of British Airways and Iberia, has become the latest airline company to tap the convertible bond market for financing during the pandemic, as it continues to burn vast amounts of cash amid a slow recovery in global travel.

    11 May 2021

  • Insurers said to explore CLO risk retention structures

    Credit insurers are said to be dipping into CLO equity risk — not as cash investors allocating to alternative managers, but through directly insuring retention notes. This comes against a backdrop of more interest from insurers in junior corporate risk through the SRT market.

    11 May 2021

  • Believe aims to capture attention with Paris IPO

    Believe, the French music streaming and distribution company, is looking to grab investors in what is becoming an exceedingly binary IPO market as it launches in Paris.

    11 May 2021

  • Berlin Hyp's juicy Pfandbrief benefits from steep curve

    Berlin Hyp took advantage of its flat covered bond credit curve and the steepness of the interest rate curve to issue a high yielding 12 year mortgage Pfandbrief on Tuesday, in a larger than usual size.

    11 May 2021

  • IR+M bolsters client portfolio management team

    Income Research + Management, a private fixed income asset management firm in Boston, added Ken Johnson and Philip Machoka as vice-president and portfolio manager to expand its client service team.

    11 May 2021

  • OnDeck CEO leaves for Bain Capital Ventures

    Noah Breslow, OnDeck’s former chairman and chief executive officer, has left the company to join Bain Capital Ventures as an operating partner. The news of his departure comes nearly seven months after Breslow sold OnDeck to Enova and after key management personnel, including the head of corporate communications, have exited the company.

    11 May 2021

  • ASB hits covered bond jackpot as investors warm to NZ pick-up

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia's New Zealand subsidiary ASB Finance issued its largest covered bond on Tuesday, the first 10 year from New Zealand and the first covered bond from the country since January 2019.

    11 May 2021

  • European investors embrace crowd of primary equity issuers

    A fresh wave of primary equity capital raising is coursing through Europe, with several large issues priced already this week, including a $1.05bn sale by The Hut Group, the UK e-commerce company that went public last year.

    11 May 2021

  • Turkish borrowers plough on in debt markets against persistent instability

    LimakPort, the Turkish international port, entered the debt market on Tuesday, while Turk Eximbank has successfully secured a dollar syndicated loan facility. Turkish issuers are demonstrating resilience, market participants say, amid the heightened levels of domestic and political volatility in the last three months.

    11 May 2021

  • Macquarie to build out euro curve

    Macquarie is set to extend its euro curve this week, after mandating banks for its third sale of group level debt in the currency in the last 18 months.

    11 May 2021

  • PMM: SSA boom is back as issuers price tight

    SSA issuers are flocking back to the dollar and euro market this week after seemingly just pausing for breath over the last two weeks, when deals were thin on the ground with many of the top tier names well ahead on their funding rates. They will be hoping to match a trend from last week, where conditions approved across most markets.

    11 May 2021

  • Banks hold off issuing amid volatility in equities and rates

    The financial institutions bond market in euros was on hold on Tuesday, as European issuers saw no reason to rush into doing deals while global equities were selling off and interest rates were being buffeted by expectations of inflation.

    11 May 2021

  • NatWest block trade stars in European ECM's bumper night

    The UK Treasury sold 580m ordinary shares in NatWest on Monday night at £1.90, a 3.6% discount to the closing price. The sale of the roughly 5% stake for £1.1bn lowered the government's holding in NatWest to 54.8%.

    11 May 2021

  • Barclays preps Kangaroo return

    Barclays is set to end a two year absence from the Kangaroo bond market this week, as it seeks up to three tranches of callable senior debt.

    11 May 2021

  • Head of real estate leaves Barclays

    Dennis Watson, a managing director and Barclays' head of real estate, has left the bank after some 35 years with the firm.

    11 May 2021

  • CS tests dollar market with first deal since Archegos collapse

    Credit Suisse Group targeted the dollar market this week for its first public bond offering since the collapse of US hedge fund Archegos. It ended up paying a relatively small new issue premium for its large $3.25bn transaction.

    11 May 2021

  • McBride promises surge in renewable energy use with new revolver

    McBride, the UK cleaning and laundry products maker, has signed a €175m-equivalent sustainability-linked revolving credit facility that is tied to a pledge by the company to sharply ramp up its energy from renewable sources.

    11 May 2021

  • Austrian utilities tap the Schuldschein market

    Austrin electricity and gas company Energie Burgenland has launched a Schuldschein deal weeks after another Austrian utility wrapped up a transaction in the same market.

    11 May 2021

  • Investor relief as Zambia makes progress with IMF

    The IMF and Zambia have reached a "broad agreement" on a reform agenda for Africa’s first sovereign defaulter of the pandemic era. That will serve as a prelude to securing a new credit facility from the Fund and pleased investors, who noted that Zambia's bonds have made gains in recent weeks.

    11 May 2021

  • Barrass swaps syndicate for buy side

    US hedge fund Schonfeld Strategic Advisors has hired a former Credit Suisse and Bank of America equity syndicate banker to run its European equity capital markets desk.

    11 May 2021

  • GLP returns to dollars with subordinated perp

    GLP, a Singapore-based logistics company, joined the flurry of green bonds hitting the market on Monday, with a subordinated perpetual note.

    11 May 2021

  • Hong Kong’s ESG-focused grant scheme falls short

    The Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s newly unveiled Green and Sustainable Finance Grant Scheme is big on ambition but falls short on some areas that are growing in importance.

    11 May 2021

  • SSA fees ‘the only topic’ under discussion

    The debate over SSA underwriting fees, ignited by the EU’s decision to publish a lower fee schedule, is raging on with bankers and issuers saying it is pushing other topics aside.

    11 May 2021

  • Korea Expressway parks debut sustainability bond

    Korea Expressway Corp sold its first sustainability dollar bond on Monday, raising $500m as its scarcity value appealed to investors.

    11 May 2021

  • JSW Hydro makes a splash with green bond

    JSW Hydro Energy, a subsidiary of Indian power company JSW Energy, sold its first international bond this week, taking $707m from the green transaction.

    11 May 2021

  • Cathay Pacific lands first dollar bond in decades

    Cathay Pacific Airways has sold its first dollar bond in more than 20 years, battling suppressed business over the last two years to raise $650m from the long-overdue deal.

    11 May 2021

  • Piramal Glass gets solid take up for $355m LBO loan

    Piramal Glass has closed its $355m leveraged buyout loan, receiving strong response from 14 participants.

    11 May 2021

  • Chinese property borrowers return in droves

    Four Chinese property companies rushed into the dollar bond market on Monday, following weeks of limited to no supply from the sector.

    11 May 2021

  • Nomura taps Holt as new debt syndicate head

    Nomura has named Oliver Holt as head of debt syndicate for Asia ex-Japan, succeeding veteran banker Alister Moss, who is taking on a new position at the bank.

    11 May 2021

  • New Hope launches HK IPO with strong cornerstone backing

    New Hope Service Holdings, a Chinese property manager, has launched its Hong Kong listing of up to HK$940m ($121m). It already has the support of Xiaomi Corp and Ke Holdings.

    11 May 2021

  • Chinese issuers raise $1.14bn from SLB debuts

    Seven Chinese issuers bagged Rmb7.3bn ($1.14bn) from their inaugural sustainability-linked bonds (SLBs) in the onshore market, as part of Beijing’s efforts to meet its ambitious carbon goals.

    11 May 2021

  • Scandal-hit 1MDB targets DB, JPM in round of new suits

    Malaysia’s 1MDB is suing Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan as part of an effort to recoup more than MR96.6bn ($23.5bn) in assets that it claims are linked to the state investment fund.

    11 May 2021

  • Citi loses Apac syndicate co-head

    One of Citi's Asia Pacific debt syndicate heads has left the bank, GlobalCapital Asia has learnt.

    11 May 2021

  • AI Candelaria overcomes Colombian turbulence to notch $600m

    AI Candelaria, the holding company through which private investors own a stake in Colombian oil pipeline Ocensa, returned to bond markets on Monday with a larger than expected $600m deal as Ocensa’s resilience during the coronavirus pandemic outweighed concerns about social unrest and a potential credit rating downgrade in Colombia.

    11 May 2021

  • Uruguay mandates for pesos, dollars as SLB plans evolve

    Uruguay began investor calls on Monday ahead of a proposed dollar and global local currency bond issue. The marketing effort came as the government continues to take steps towards issuing what would be the first sustainability-linked bond from any sovereign — though this week’s expected deal will not have ESG characteristics.

    11 May 2021

  • Sparkasse Holstein gets Pfandbrief rating

    Sparkasse Holstein has obtained a provisional rating from DBRS for its mortgage Pfandbriefe, though whether this leads to distributed issuance remains to be seen.

    10 May 2021

  • Avis returns with first rental car ABS of 2021

    Rental car company Avis is looking to get a securitization deal done for the first time since its blockbuster deal in August 2020. Despite the headwinds of the pandemic, the firm achieved its best Ebitda margin ever in the first quarter thanks to aggressive cost cutting measures and returning demand for travel.

    10 May 2021

  • CLO senior spreads tighten again with Invesco

    Spreads on triple-A notes have once again begun to tighten, following a pause while the market digested the heavy flow of new supply. Market participants expect further tightening could follow from June.

    10 May 2021

  • Red Eléctrica and Volvo Treasury prove ‘greenium’ at A ratings

    The spread benefit of ESG-linked debt was on clear display in Europe’s corporate bond market on Monday. For the second time in days, investors were offered two similar transactions and paid significantly more for the ESG option, in this case a green bond from Red Eléctrica.

    10 May 2021

  • US, local names crowd into euro corporate market

    A smattering of European investment grade companies are lining up bond issues, as May continues to bring the turnaround in issuance levels that the market had been hoping for in the run-up to the UK bank holiday at the start of the month.

    10 May 2021

  • Canada picks banks for five year dollar global

    The dollar market filled up on Monday with mandates from a broad range of SSA borrowers. Canada, European Investment Bank, BNG and Tokyo Metropolitan Government were all set to hit the market on Tuesday.

    10 May 2021

  • Germany lines up 30 year green deal with positive yield

    Germany has picked banks for its eagerly awaited 30 year green bond. Bankers expect the deal to go well since it will be one of the rare German syndications to offer a positive yield.

    10 May 2021

  • Italian issuers say ‘si grazie’ to HY market

    Monday brought another strong start to the week for European high yield, with six new bonds announced and other deals, such as EQT’s Cerba healthcare financing, set to close this week. Italian issuers led the way, with bonds for International Design Group, Lutech and Cedacri in the market.

    10 May 2021

  • EM loan bankers ‘not very confident’ of deal boost

    The number of emerging market syndicated loans is in decline for the fourth year in a row, according to Dealogic data. Bankers' outlooks for the rest of the year err on the pessimistic side, with the fallout from the pandemic being the main concern.

    10 May 2021

  • KommuneKredit returns to sterling with biggest ever deal

    KommuneKredit made a strong return to the sterling market on Friday with its biggest ever single offering in currency.

    10 May 2021

  • EQT launches bonds for Cerba buy-out

    Swedish private equity firm EQT launched senior and subordinated bonds on Monday to finance its acquisition of Cerba Healthcare, the diagnostics company headquartered in France.

    10 May 2021

  • hGears IPO covered on day one

    The IPO of hGears, the German maker of high-precision gears for e-mobility, was covered on Monday, less than a day into book building, according to a source close to the deal.

    10 May 2021

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%