One Year Ago In The Credit Markets - April 2, 2007

Investors balked at a proposed 50 basis point cut on the JPMorgan-led $1.275 billion term loan for Allied Waste Industries.

  • 30 Mar 2007
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Investors balked at a proposed 50 basis point cut on the JPMorgan-led $1.275 billion term loan for Allied Waste Industries. [The bank eventually lowered the price cut to 25 basis points, bringing the spread to LIBOR plus 1 3/4% with a step-down to LIBOR plus 1 1/2% when leverage rises above 4.25 times (CIN, 4/10). The term loan was trading in the 100.333-100.708 context last Wednesday, according to Markit.]

  • 30 Mar 2007

All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
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1 Citi 58,137.72 186 8.23%
2 JPMorgan 57,032.77 202 8.08%
3 Barclays 49,551.65 159 7.02%
4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 42,095.04 147 5.96%
5 Deutsche Bank 38,217.89 137 5.41%

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2 BNP Paribas 1,742.18 7 5.36%
3 Credit Agricole CIB 1,539.94 8 4.73%
4 MUFG 1,257.24 4 3.87%
5 SG Corporate & Investment Banking 1,165.08 6 3.58%

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1 UBS 998.25 3 13.49%
2 Citi 693.55 2 9.37%
3 Morgan Stanley 572.72 3 7.74%
4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 509.34 3 6.88%
5 Jefferies LLC 409.89 4 5.54%