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EuroWeek Loan Awards 2011: Poll now open!

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The polls are now open for EuroWeek’s syndicated loans and leveraged finance awards 2011.

Banks, investors, borrowers, private equity houses and law firms are invited to vote for the best performers of 2011. Please click here to cast your vote.

In January EuroWeek will publish the shortlist for each award, based on the institutions and deals that get the most votes, and we will reveal the winners at the 9th Syndicated Loans & Leveraged Finance Dinner on February 8, 2012 (contact Oliver Hawkins on +44 20 7779 7304 for information on how to attend).


Each institution is only allowed ONE VOTE, so please consult with your colleagues before submitting your votes. A full list of the categories is available below.


Institutions CANNOT VOTE FOR THEMSELVES. In the bank categories, institutions must vote in a category to be eligible to win it.


For some of these categories, you have been invited to choose from a shortlist of banks. These shortlists have been made up from the top 10 bookrunners in each category by both allocations and number of deals according to Dealogic. The full lists of nominees for these categories can be found here.

The poll will close on December 1.

Your participation in the poll and your votes will remain confidential.



 

If you have any questions about the poll, please contact EuroWeek's loan editor at nflitman@euroweek.com.



 

Deals of the year:

Deal of the year

French deal of the year

UK deal of the year

German deal of the year

Spanish deal of the year

Benelux deal of the year

Italian deal of the year

Nordic deal of the year

Russian deal of the year

CEE deal of the year

Middle Eastern deal of the year

African deal of the year

Turkish deal of the year

Leveraged loan of the year

Project finance deal of the year

Worst deal of the year



 

Most impressive borrower by sector:

Most impressive TMT borrower

Most impressive power and utility borrower

Most impressive industrial borrower

Most impressive auto and transport borrower

Most impressive consumer and retail borrower

Most impressive natural resources borrower (including commodities, oil, gas, metals and mining)



 

Best bank awards:

Most impressive arranger of EMEA loans

Best arranger of corporate loans

Best arranger of financial institution loans

Best arranger of M&A loans

Best arranger of project finance loans

Bank with the most improved market profile

Most innovative arranger

Arranger best able to read market conditions



 

Best bank arrangers by region:

Best arranger of Western European loans

Best arranger of French loans

Best arranger of UK loans

Best arranger of German loans

Best arranger of Spanish loans

Best arranger of Benelux loans

Best arranger of Italian loans

Best arranger of Nordic loans

Best arranger of Russian loans

Best arranger of CEE loans

Best arranger of Middle Eastern loans

Best arranger of African loans

Best arranger of Turkish loans



 

Best leveraged loan houses:

Best arranger of leveraged loans

Best private equity house

Best institutional investor in senior loans

Best distressed loan investor

Best mezzanine loan investor

Best LBO advisory bank



 

Best syndicated loan houses:

Best secondary loans house

Best arranger of mid-cap loans

Best arranger of Schuldscheine

Best loan restructuring adviser

Best law firm



 

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