Asia Pacific Loan Award Winners 2009

EuroWeek Asia is proud to announce the winners of our third annual syndicated loans and leveraged finance awards, honouring deals and houses that impressed the market in 2009. Last year was one of the most difficult in decades, with transaction volumes and the number of deals down across the region. But the Asian loan market bounced back strongly in the second half of the year, and that recovery owed much to the skill and determination of the region’s loan bankers. The results below are determined by a poll of market participants conducted by the EuroWeek team in December.

  • 04 Feb 2010

Best arranger of Asia Pacific syndicated loans in 2009

1 Standard Chartered Bank
2 ANZ
3 DBS Bank


Best bank at executing deals in 2009

1 ANZ
2 Standard Chartered Bank
3 BNP Paribas


First bank to return to underwriting

1 Standard Chartered Bank
2 HSBC
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