GlobalCapital ECM Awards 2019: the poll is open
The poll is open for GlobalCapital’s Equity Capital Markets Awards for 2019 and we invite market participants to have their say on the best performers of last year. The results will be announced at our fifth annual ECM Awards Dinner on Wednesday, March 18 in London — so please save the date.
GlobalCapital’s ECM Awards are the only comprehensive awards for equity capital markets activity in EMEA. The purpose of the awards is to foster excellence in the market by recognising the issuers, investors, investment banks and other advisers that impressed the most over the last year and applauding the deals that stood out for their success, innovation or importance.
Since their relaunch in 2015, GlobalCapital’s ECM Awards have been well received by the market. Our dinners in the past four years have been attended by C-suite executives from issuers, company founders, investors and senior ECM bankers from all the leading ECM banks and other market participants.
The 2019 Awards comprise:
· The best banks, to be chosen by editorial panel.
· The deals of the year, to be chosen by a poll of market participants and editorial panel.
· The best non-bank market participants, chosen by market poll
Three of the deal awards are to be chosen by editorial panel with the aid of market nominations and pitches from nominees, including a new award recognising outstanding ECM transactions with an environmental, social and governance (ESG) slant.
The poll is now open, and we urge you to vote. This is your chance to have your say about which deals and market players are the best in the business.
You can vote online, between now and January 24, by following this link:
Banks are invited to pitch for their awards. GlobalCapital will consider the merits of banks whether they pitch or not but we encourage you to engage with us directly to make your case as forcefully as possible. If you would like to do this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The pitching process is slated to finish by the end of January
We would also be very happy to answer any questions you may have about the awards and our selection methodology.
For further information about attending the awards dinner, please contact Daniel Elton on email@example.com.
Please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions.
We thank you in advance for your support.
Best Non-Bank Market Participants
Best law firm for ECM
Best private equity firm at using the equity capital markets
Most influential long-only investor
Most influential hedge fund investor
Most influential equity-linked investor
Deals of the Year
IPO of the year
Block trade of the year (includes all accelerated bookbuilds)
Equity-linked bond deal of the year
Privatisation of the year (includes any sale of stock by a government)
IPO of the year under $300m
Technology or Biotech IPO of the year
Financial institution ECM deal of the year
Best equity capital raising by a listed company (including rights issues and follow-ons)
ECM deal of the year in the UK and Ireland
ECM deal of the year in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
ECM deal of the year in France
ECM deal of the year in the Benelux
ECM deal of the year in Italy
ECM deal of the year in Iberia
ECM deal of the year in the Nordic region
ECM deal of the year in CEE (including Greece), Russia and the CIS
ECM deal of the year in Turkey, the Middle East and Africa
Deals of the Year
Most impressive sustainable ECM deal
Structured equity deal of the year (to be chosen editorially - this Award is intended to recognise complex transactions that do not consist only of, or may not involve at all, a public ECM transaction)
Equity capital markets bank of the year
IPO bank of the year
Block trade bank of the year (includes all accelerated bookbuilds)
Equity-linked bank of the year
ECM bank of the year for rights issues and strategic capital raising
ECM bank of the year for financial institutions
ECM bank of the year for private equity firms
Best bank for privatisations
Best corporate broker
Best bank for small cap ECM
ECM bank of the year in emerging markets (includes CEE, Middle East and Africa)
ECM bank of the year in the UK and Ireland
ECM bank of the year in France and the Benelux
ECM bank of the year in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
ECM bank of the year in Italy
ECM bank of the year in Iberia
ECM bank of the year in the Nordic region