Can JPM still overtake Citi in CEEMEA bonds?

By Francesca Young
16 Oct 2014

Citi is posting the widest lead in volumes of CEEMEA bonds arranged since 2011, meaning the US bank is odds-on favourite to finish 2014 at the top of the table. But though the gap will be difficult for JP Morgan to close by December, figures from previous years show that it is not impossible.

As we enter the last quarter of the year, Citi is sitting pretty at the top of Dealogic’s CEEMEA bond table, having printed an apportioned value of $14.47bn of bonds so far this year in the region. That represents a $1.87bn lead over its nearest rival JP Morgan.


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