Stabilisation profits: sharing is caring

Clawback columnist Philippe Espinasse turns his attention to one of the ECM world’s best-guarded secrets: the profits banks can make from stabilisation.

  • By GlobalCapital
  • 13 Feb 2019
After a catastrophic 2018 for the performance of IPOs in Asia and amid news that some Chinese banks are now willing to take on primary equity business (although not IPOs) for mere basis point fees, the practice of charging issuers for stabilisation activities remains firmly — and surprisingly ...

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5 Citi 3,183.28 8 4.38%

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5 UBS 1,083.08 5 6.45%