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  • UK Brexit plans for City are unpopular and unlikely

    The UK government’s white paper on Brexit, presented as a way of moving negotiations forward with the EU, disappointed many in the UK financial services industry but the increasing likelihood of no Brexit deal at all, means that the disappointment doesn't matter — the proposals laid out in the white paper are little more than noise.

    • 17 Jul 2018
  • SRI should look to fill the West's protection gap

    The insurance industry may be well established in developed countries, but protection against disasters remains patchy. Helping the resilience of entities trying to bridge this gap is a way for socially responsible investors to show their worth.

    • 17 Jul 2018
  • Regulation ad hominem on Xiaomi is a bad omen

    The decision of China’s exchanges to bar mainland investors from dual-class stocks may not seem like much in the grand scheme of things, but it is the darkest moment for China's market reform path since the infamous summer of 2015.

    • 17 Jul 2018
  • Taxing AT1 interest is the start of a debate, not the end of the world

    Additional tier one will not die out in Europe if governments remove tax deductions on interest payments, but the latest debate about their fiscal status shines another light on an asset class in a state of confusion.

    • 10 Jul 2018
  • Finding the social good in NPLs

    As demand for investments with good environmental, social and governance credentials rises, are non-performing loans the ultimate social asset class — or toxic waste that ESG investors should disdain?

    • 10 Jul 2018
  • GC Frontier Markets Weekly: UK Outlook

    In light of recent government turmoil, GlobalCapital Frontier Markets assesses the investment case for the UK, one of Europe’s more volatile emerging markets.

    • 10 Jul 2018
  • New Russian sovereign bonds would fly

    The news that Russia intends to plough ahead with its plans for funding in the international capital markets was greeted with some initial disbelief. At first glance, the international environment does not look good for a Russia return. But look again, and there is little reason to believe that demand for a Russian sovereign new issue would be anything but enthusiastic.

    • 10 Jul 2018
  • The Xiaomi IPO is a win for HK

    Xiaomi Corp had an inauspicious start as a publicly-traded company when its shares sank on Monday. But the rapid rebound in its stock price showed that the critics were too quick to pass judgement.

    • 10 Jul 2018
  • Pricing in climate change cannot solve it

    A huge push is on to get capital markets to face up to climate change and start pricing in the risks. But there is a paradox: the more they get priced in, the harder it will get for those most vulnerable.

    • 03 Jul 2018
  • Social bonds: a young market for the old

    Regional governments in several European countries could find problems funding 'the high cost of providing long term care (LTC) for their ageing populations' in the coming years, according to a Moody’s report on Tuesday. If ever there was a perfect market to be funded by the burgeoning social bond sector, this is it.

    • 03 Jul 2018

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All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 Citi 214,532.32 821 8.05%
2 JPMorgan 205,928.57 892 7.72%
3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 189,733.81 635 7.12%
4 Barclays 167,856.79 593 6.30%
5 HSBC 149,306.51 684 5.60%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 JPMorgan 29,830.94 52 6.96%
2 BNP Paribas 28,123.74 109 6.56%
3 UniCredit 21,895.45 101 5.11%
4 Credit Agricole CIB 21,885.13 102 5.11%
5 SG Corporate & Investment Banking 21,814.64 83 5.09%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 Goldman Sachs 9,508.41 44 8.72%
2 JPMorgan 9,409.35 41 8.63%
3 Citi 7,634.33 42 7.00%
4 UBS 5,950.83 20 5.46%
5 Deutsche Bank 5,145.17 32 4.72%