With a covered bond score of 10, Lloyds Bank’s €1.5bn five year achieved the highest mark of the year so far.
BondMarker is a new tool for the covered bond market, exclusive to GlobalCapital. It rates the success of covered bonds on a scale of zero to 10 across a range of criteria: timing, pricing and distribution.
Half of the mark is derived from a survey based on the average score given by market participants. The other half is automatically calculated using a range of metrics — such as the deal’s subscription ratio, its performance, the granularity of the order book and the transaction’s size.
The score for each deal can be found in the priced deals database.
Among the Canadian banks, Toronto Dominion’s €1.75bn five year is leading the way.
UBS is best bank YTD
The Covered BondMarker league table ranks banks based on the average score of deals they have worked on.
Year-to-date, UBS has displaced BNP Paribas as the best lead arranger for banks that have arranged 10 or more deals. It worked on 10 eligible deals with an average score of 8.78 — including those from Lloyds, TD and SEB.
BNP Paribas is in second place with an average score of 8.59 for the 13 deals it worked on year to date, while DZ Bank is in third place with a score of 8.17 for the 12 deals that it has worked on.
On a rolling quarterly basis, BNP Paribas is leading the way, followed by Deutsche Bank and HSBC.