ECM focus shifts to 2019 as bruising year enters final stretch

The equity capital market has virtually closed for the year with work focusing on planning deals for 2019, said bankers, although some deals are still getting done.

  • By Aidan Gregory
  • 05 Dec 2018

Many investors are sitting on negative or flat performance after a punishing equity market sell-off, and are reluctant to buy ECM deals that could negatively affect their P&L at this stage in the year, said bankers.

“The focus is the pipeline for 2019 and we’re doing a lot ...

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