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  • Nordnet trades up as strong bid for growth lives on

    Shares in Nordnet rose in the aftermarket on Wednesday after the digital bank began trading on Nasdaq Stockholm following its Skr9bn (€885m) IPO.

    • 25 Nov 2020
  • Gresham House attracts strong demand for raise

    Gresham House Energy Storage Fund, the London-listed energy storage fund, attracted strong interest from investors in its 114.3m share issue as green stocks continue to prove popular with ECM investors.

    • 25 Nov 2020
  • China Resources Mixc eyes HK$12bn listing

    China Resources Mixc Lifestyle Services, the property management business of state-owned developer China Resources Land, has opened the book for its Hong Kong listing.

    • 25 Nov 2020
  • Hongqiao boosts top-up to HK$1.9bn

    China Hongqiao Group, the world’s largest aluminium producer, raised HK$1.94bn ($249.9m) on Tuesday after increasing the size of a top-up share placement.

    • 25 Nov 2020
  • JD Health starts roadshow for $3.5bn IPO

    JD Health International has hit the road with an up-to HK$27bn ($3.5bn) Hong Kong IPO, set to be the largest primary listing in the city this year.

    • 25 Nov 2020
  • Ex-JP Morgan equity derivs banker joins MSCI

    MSCI has hired Nick Mihic as head of client coverage for Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

    • 24 Nov 2020
  • Mirabaud hires new head of Swiss equities

    Mirabaud Asset Management, the investment arm of the Mirabaud Group, has hired a new head of Swiss equities to replace Paul Schibli who is retiring in 2021.

    • 24 Nov 2020
  • Fastighets AB Balder raises €288m from investors

    Swedish property company Fastighets AB Balder has tapped the equity capital markets for financing, selling Skr9.44bn (€288m) of fresh stock.

    • 24 Nov 2020
  • Tryg shareholder reduces stake ahead of rights issue

    Tryghedsgruppen, the majority shareholder in Danish insurance group Tryg, completed a 21m share sale in Copenhagen last night to reduce its stake before a rights issue next year.

    • 24 Nov 2020
  • Russia’s Ozon set to close IPO with 'huge book'

    Ozon, the Russian e-commerce company, is set to complete its IPO on the Nasdaq on Tuesday having built a huge order book for the stock.

    • 24 Nov 2020
  • Greencore raises £90m after UK lockdown delays recovery

    Greencore, the Irish food company, has placed £90m of new shares via an accelerated bookbuild on Monday evening.

    • 24 Nov 2020
  • Tiga Spac roars with $240m from larger US IPO

    Singapore-based Tiga Acquisition Corp has pocketed $240m after increasing the size of its New York Stock Exchange IPO.

    • 24 Nov 2020
  • Renewable infra trust launches London equity raise

    The Renewable Energy Infrastructure Group (Trig), a UK investment trust that invests in assets generating electricity from renewable sources, has launched a non-pre-emptive capital raising on the London Stock Exchange for acquisition funding. However, the size will depend on a shareholder vote in December.

    • 23 Nov 2020
  • Impact investing trust launches London IPO

    Schroders, the UK asset management company, has partnered with Big Society Capital to seek to list a new fund on the London Stock Exchange to invest in assets which have a positive social impact on the UK.

    • 23 Nov 2020
  • Cineworld offers equity sweetener for new round of emergency liquidity

    Cineworld has stapled warrants for 9.9% of the company to its latest tranche of emergency funding, a $450m lifeline that comes with an undisclosed but eyewatering interest rate. The new cash has unlocked a further round of covenant waivers from its revolver banks, and should give the company a chance to keep trading into a post-vaccine age.

    • 23 Nov 2020
  • Nordnet to price €1bn IPO at mids

    The IPO of Nordnet, the Swedish digital bank and investment management platform, is due to be priced at Skr96, the midpoint of the initial range, when bookbuilding ends on Monday.

    • 23 Nov 2020
  • Indian regulator plans cut to minimum float for chunky IPOs

    India’s securities regulator has proposed slashing the minimum required share offering of large IPOs, helping the country’s biggest companies comply with listing rules.

    • 23 Nov 2020
  • Evergrande Property Services launches HK$16bn IPO

    China's Evergrande Property Services Group has kicked off its IPO, aiming to raise up to HK$15.8bn ($2bn) with strong support from friends-and-family investors.

    • 23 Nov 2020
  • Goldman changes UK IB and ECM leadership

    Goldman Sachs has appointed new heads of its UK investment banking and EMEA equity capital markets businesses.

    • 20 Nov 2020
  • Brexit lost in translation, pandemic support lost in transition

    This week in Keeping Tabs: US treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin asks the Fed to give back emergency funding, bond markets prove their real worth, and why Brexit negotiators need to realise that English isn’t the only language.

    • 20 Nov 2020
  • Sunak looks at new listing rules for LSE to rival Nasdaq

    UK chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak is looking at ways to relax listing rules on the London Stock Exchange to make the exchange more attractive for tech company IPOs.

    • 20 Nov 2020
  • Millicom trims Helios Towers stake

    Millicom International Cellular has sold a 5.2% stake in Helios Towers, the Africa-focused telecommunications infrastructure company, through an accelerated bookbuild.

    • 20 Nov 2020
  • Smurfit Kappa raises equity for best or worst of times

    Smurfit Kappa, the Irish packaging company, priced a €660m capital raise on Thursday night, to allow it to take advantage of market opportunities during the Covid-19 recovery, as well as give it the firepower to withstand any downturns.

    • 20 Nov 2020
  • Yatsen jumps 75% on NYSE debut

    Chinese cosmetics company Yatsen Holdings saw its shares spike 75% on their New York Stock Exchange debut on Thursday, after the firm priced its IPO at the top of the marketed range.

    • 20 Nov 2020
  • Ke takes home $2bn from rapid ECM return

    Chinese housing-related platform operator Ke Holdings has raised $2.05bn from a fresh follow-on offering of its New York-listed shares, returning to the equity market less than three months after its IPO.

    • 20 Nov 2020
  • Sustainability-linked silences doubters with equity debut

    French companies Schneider Electric and LafargeHolcim pushed the fledgling sustainability-linked bond asset class to new levels this week, helping quell vocal concerns from some investors that having an unspecified use of proceeds means the structure has no place in ESG portfolios, write Mike Turner and Aidan Gregory.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • Rolls-Royce lands cash call after flight risk

    UK aerospace company Rolls-Royce managed a smooth landing for its mid-pandemic equity raise despite turbulence within its inner circle of advisers. It was a triumph for strong management, writes David Rothnie.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • Denmark’s NKT launches rights issue

    NKT, a Danish industrial conglomerate in the power cables industry, has launched a Dkr1.3bn ($208m) rights issue to shore up its financial footing in order to meet orders and to withstand the pressures of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • Capital & Counties boosts liquidity with £250m exchangeable

    Capital & Counties Properties, the London landlord that owns large amounts of Covent Garden, is strengthening its liquidity position by issuing a £250m bond exchangeable into shares of Shaftesbury.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • Syncona founds new gene therapy company

    Syncona, the UK life sciences investor, has launched a new gene therapy company, through a £45m series A private fundraising round. The company could be a future candidate for a lucrative biotech listing.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • Green momentum continues in equity-linked with Audax convert

    Audax Renovables, the Spanish renewable electricity producer, has become the latest European issuer to issue a green convertible bond, raising €125m.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • Pinduoduo set for $6.1bn from jumbo fundraising

    The tripling of Chinese e-commerce firm Pinduoduo’s shares this year did little to deter investors from pouncing on its follow-on and convertible bond outing. It raised about $5.3bn from the combined transactions, paving the way for further expansion and growth.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • Fluidra block causes a splash with investors

    A €200m share placing in Fluidra, the Spanish swimming pool equipment company, caught investors in a buoyant mood on Wednesday evening, with bookrunners having to enlarge the deal to satisfy demand.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • Sustainability-linked convertibles should be welcomed

    Sustainability-linked pricing has arrived in the equity capital markets. This is no bad thing.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • New bid to solve bank carbon footprint enigma

    An accounting standard was launched on Wednesday that could prove a major step forward in how banks and investors calculate their contributions to climate change, and their progress towards net zero emissions.

    • 19 Nov 2020
  • Croda raises £608m for Iberchem purchase

    Croda, the UK chemicals company, has closed the books on a £608m ($807m) equity raise to help fund the purchase of Iberchem, the Spanish fragrance manufacturer.

    • 18 Nov 2020
  • GFG taps investors for €120m of growth capital

    Frankfurt-listed online fashion retailer Global Fashion Group has placed €120m of stock to fund future growth during the Covid-19 pandemic, which has accelerated the trend of more consumers shopping online.

    • 18 Nov 2020
  • Adyen IPO seller takes profits in block trade

    Partners in Equity, a venture capital firm, sold a €319m block in Dutch payments firm Adyen on Tuesday evening, taking advantage of a substantial rise in its stock price this year.

    • 18 Nov 2020
  • Sappi sells $120m convertible, first since 1995

    South African pulp and paper company Sappi has tapped the equity-linked market for financing with a new five-year R1.8bn ($120m) convertible bond.

    • 18 Nov 2020
  • CapitaLand times ECM deal on market boost

    CapitaLand Retail China Trust (CRCT) took advantage of strong investor demand for its placement to fully exercise a greenshoe option and raise S$245.4m ($182.8m) on Tuesday.

    • 18 Nov 2020
  • Investors take big risks in ignoring Brexit struggle

    As the UK and the EU prevaricate over the terms of a future trading relationship, equity investors seem to be ignoring the lack of progress in negotiations and the dangerous possibility of a deal between the pair not being struck before the Brexit transition period ends in just a few weeks.

    • 17 Nov 2020
  • Schneider Electric places first true sustainability-linked convertible

    Schneider Electric, the French electrical systems company, has issued what many in the market are calling Europe's first true sustainability-linked convertible bond, in which the issuer agrees to pay investors more if it fails to meet pre-agreed environmental, social and governance targets.

    • 17 Nov 2020
  • Alstom gets vaccine boost as it launches rights issue

    Alstom, the French manufacturer of trains, trams and buses, has embarked upon its long-awaited rights issue with a fair wind behind it after the recent progress towards a Covid-19 vaccine.

    • 17 Nov 2020
  • Shaftesbury shareholders pitch up for £307m recap

    Shaftesbury, the UK landlord that owns a large number of properties in London’s West End, has concluded a £307m recapitalisation, which saw a high take-up from its shareholders.

    • 17 Nov 2020
  • CapitaLand China targets S$300m for acquisitions

    CapitaLand Retail China Trust is tapping equity investors for S$300m ($223.16m) to fund a spate of property acquisitions.

    • 17 Nov 2020
  • Ke builds demand for $2.6bn deal

    Chinese housing-related platform operator Ke Holdings, which listed in August in New York, is back again to the equity market. It is looking to raise around $2.6bn from a follow-on offering.

    • 17 Nov 2020
  • Pinduoduo eyes $4.85bn from follow-on/CB combo

    Chinese e-commerce giant Pinduoduo has kicked off a multi-billion-dollar equity fundraising exercise, taking advantage of a sharp rally in its share price this year to aim for as much as $4.85bn.

    • 17 Nov 2020
  • Swedish dialysis firm launches IPO

    Diaverum, the Swedish operator of kidney dialysis clinics, has launched an IPO on the Nasdaq Stockholm.

    • 16 Nov 2020
  • Nordnet begins bookbuilding for €1bn Stockholm IPO

    Swedish digital bank Nordnet has set a price range for its IPO on Nasdaq Stockholm, following a constructive investor education process.

    • 16 Nov 2020
  • China's Yatsen launches $617m US listing

    Chinese beauty company Yatsen Holding has set its New York Stock Exchange IPO in motion, kicking off bookbuilding for a $616.9m listing.

    • 16 Nov 2020
  • Hong Kong IPOs: Four companies pre-market listings

    JD Health International, Evergrande Property Services Group, detergent maker Blue Moon Group Holdings and video marketing company Netjoy Holdings have started pre-marketing their Hong Kong IPOs.

    • 16 Nov 2020
  • Reinsurance start-up targets $1.1bn London IPO

    Conduit Holdings, a reinsurance start-up, has confirmed that it is to float in London this year. It is seeking $1.1bn equivalent of capital to take advantage of higher insurance premiums after two years of losses for the industry.

    • 13 Nov 2020
  • US equity-linked rides high as 2020 draws to a close

    Convertible bond issuance in the Americas is poised to top $100bn in 2020 as the year enters its final straight and companies look to use the momentum of Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential election and the prospect of a working Covid-19 vaccine on the near horizon to raise capital.

    • 13 Nov 2020
  • Sunac Services seals $1bn HK listing at mid-point

    Chinese property management firm Sunac Services has priced its Hong Kong IPO at the middle of guidance, bagging HK$8bn ($1.03bn), according to a source close to the deal.

    • 13 Nov 2020
  • ESR readies $320m Korea Reit IPO

    South Korea-based ESR Kendall Square is set to launch a W357.3bn ($320.3m) IPO for its real estate investment trust (Reit).

    • 13 Nov 2020
  • Singapore Airlines fires off S$850m CB as markets soar

    Flag-carrier Singapore Airlines issued a S$850m ($629.6m) convertible bond this week, taking advantage of a surge in equity markets to signal confidence to investors.

    • 13 Nov 2020
  • Bovine exuberance

    It felt like a great weight had been lifted from financial markets this week. Two weights in fact.

    • 12 Nov 2020
  • Vaccine promise boosts risk bid in corporate capital markets

    Hope of a Covid-19 vaccine ignited risk appetite for equity and corporate credit this week, as companies in struggling sectors enjoyed soaring share prices and printed bonds through fair value, write Mike Turner, Sam Kerr and Aidan Gregory.

    • 12 Nov 2020
  • Jefferies' European IB engine starts to purr

    Jefferies has enjoyed a record year in European investment banking, powered by equity capital markets, writes David Rothnie.

    • 12 Nov 2020
  • People moves in brief

    BTIG hires Hugo Clark — Floris Hovingh joins A&M

    • 12 Nov 2020
  • Rolls ends 'thrilling' rights issue after vaccine boost

    Rolls-Royce, the UK aerospace company, completed its rights issue on Thursday, with the cash call proving to be a resounding success. The deal benefited from a late boost on Monday, when US drug company Pfizer said it had enjoyed successful late-stage trials for a Covid-19 vaccine, giving investors hope that Rolls-Royce engines would be powering more planes into the sky sooner than expected.

    • 12 Nov 2020
  • India’s Gland Pharma scores record listing

    Gland Pharma has completed India’s largest pharmaceutical IPO, a Rp65bn ($870.6m) deal that sailed through on demand from institutional accounts. But the issuer’s Chinese ties and a wobble in pharma stocks blunted retail investor interest. Jonathan Breen reports.

    • 12 Nov 2020
  • Jinke Smart Services prices HK$5.9bn IPO at mid-point

    Jinke Smart Services Group, a Chinese property manager, raised HK$5.94bn ($766.1m) this week after sealing its IPO at the mid-point of the marketed range.

    • 12 Nov 2020
  • Growthpoint Properties raises $275m to refinance Capital & Regional acquisition

    South African commercial landlord Growthpoint Properties has sold R4.3bn ($275m) of new shares to fund deleveraging, including repaying debt used to finance its acquisition of Capital & Regional at the end of 2019.

    • 12 Nov 2020
  • Music royalty fund Round Hill prices IPO

    Round Hill Music Royalty Fund has raised $282m in a London IPO, becoming the second listed fund focused on music royalties.

    • 11 Nov 2020
  • Russian IPO momentum builds despite Biden win

    Russian equity capital market bankers are preparing to reactivate the country’s IPO scene with a number of deals lined up for next spring, though some may even be priced this year.

    • 11 Nov 2020
  • Sweden suggests profitable banks could resume dividends in 2021

    The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) said on Wednesday that it would be "reasonable" for some profitable banks to go back to paying dividends from next year, so long as the economy recovers from pandemic restrictions.

    • 11 Nov 2020
  • Ex-UBS trader Clark joins BTIG

    BTIG, a capital markets trading, research and brokerage services firm, has hired Hugo Clark, the latest in a series of London-based hires it has made.

    • 11 Nov 2020
  • Canal+ Polska IPO fails despite strong EM momentum

    Canal+ Polska, the Polish satellite TV network, has pulled its IPO on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, despite the strong momentum behind emerging market equities.

    • 11 Nov 2020
  • Sampo starts disposal of Nordea stake following activist pressure

    Finnish financial services group Sampo has begun cutting its stake in Nordea, one of the Nordic region’s biggest banks, following pressure from Elliott International, the activist hedge fund, to simplify its business.

    • 11 Nov 2020
  • Ascendas Reit builds S$1.2bn deal for acquisitions

    Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust has tapped the equity market for S$1.19bn ($887.7m) to finance a global purchasing spree.

    • 11 Nov 2020
  • Shenzhou International sell-down nets HK$5bn

    The two largest shareholders in Chinese clothes maker Shenzhou International Group Holdings have raised a combined HK$5bn ($644.9m) from a block trade.

    • 11 Nov 2020
  • Corporate disclosure shouldn’t be outsourced to stock markets

    UK chancellor Rishi Sunak’s announcement that large UK companies, whether listed or private, would need to make climate-related disclosures, was a step towards an important principle — that corporate transparency is a public good, and should be driven by governments, not listing authorities.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • For the good of all society retail payment relief must be a two-way street

    With the UK in its second lockdown, there is growing frustration among commercial landlords that retailer tenants are taking advantage of payment waivers. It is vital for the health of the commercial real estate sector and the pension funds that finance it that this is not allowed to happen.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • Schroders looks to float UK equity investment trust

    Schroders, the global investment manager, is seeking to float a new investment trust on the London Stock Exchange, which will provide equity financing for UK mid and small-cap companies.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • Lufthansa convertible lifted by vaccine hopes

    Deutsche Lufthansa, the German flag carrier, has exploited the huge rally in equity markets in recent days by issuing a €600m convertible bond, which attracted orders from over 200 investors.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • Energy storage fund taps ESG momentum with capital increase

    Gresham House Energy Storage Fund, the London-listed investment trust focused on energy storage systems, has unveiled plans for a new £200m share issuance programme over the next 12 months as it gears up for a new spree of deals.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • Unibail rights issue cancelled as activists victorious

    Shopping centre group Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield's planned €3.5bn rights issue has been cancelled after a group of activist shareholders convinced investors to reject it ahead of an extraordinary general meeting.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • Turkish ECM reopens after top policy duo depart

    A $204m-equivalent trade in Turkcell, the Turkish mobile telephone operator, reopened Turkish equity capital markets on Monday evening, taking advantage of a boost in the country’s currency following the resignation of its finance minister and dismissal of its central bank governor over the weekiend.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • Shenzhou International block to fetch HK$5bn

    A block trade in Shenzhou International Group Holdings was launched on Tuesday evening. The deal could net up to HK$5.1bn ($659.3m), according to a term sheet seen by GlobalCapital Asia.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • Ant’s listing failure should worry HKEX

    Ant Group’s IPO suspension was a big blow to many: the fintech firm itself, the banks that worked on the huge transaction, and the investors that were salivating to get a piece of the stock. It was also a big setback for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange's reputation as an independent and attractive listing destination.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • Ascendas Reit targets S$1.2bn from equity market

    Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust has launched an offering of new shares, eyeing S$1.2bn ($891.6m) to fund acquisitions across the US, Europe and Asia Pacific.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • Fosun-backed Gland Pharma launches $876m Indian IPO

    Gland Pharma, a subsidiary of Chinese conglomerate Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical Group, has started bookbuilding for its Indian IPO, set to be the largest pharmaceutical listing in the country.

    • 10 Nov 2020
  • CRE tenants and landlords clash during second lockdown

    European retail landlords are facing up to potential damage of Europe's wave of second lockdowns, with many tenants continuing to ask for full rent relief despite trading for three months at least over the summer, throwing the sector's long term health into doubt.

    • 09 Nov 2020
  • Bytes Technology to float in London and Johannesburg

    Bytes Technology, the cyber security and cloud services company, is pressing ahead with its proposed demerger from its South African parent Altron, through an IPO on the London and Johannesburg stock exchanges.

    • 09 Nov 2020
  • Biden win creates ideal window for green ECM

    Renewable energy stocks have surged since it became apparent that Joe Biden — a candidate deemed to be more environment-friendly than the incumbent, Donald Trump — was likely to become the next US president. Market watchers believe this will translate into equity capital markets deals from the sector.

    • 09 Nov 2020
  • Société Générale to cut 640 jobs

    Société Générale said on Monday that planned "adjustments and optimisations" should lead to a net reduction of around 640 posts in France, as it changes its structured products business and mulls altering securities services too.

    • 09 Nov 2020
  • Evergrande abandons A-share backdoor listing

    China Evergrande Group has abandoned a backdoor listing plan for its property arm and flagship subsidiary Hengda Real Estate on the Shenzhen exchange, ending a reorganisation that started four years ago.

    • 09 Nov 2020
  • Biden win triggers positive market reaction in Asia

    Asia’s capital markets started on a positive note on Monday following Joe Biden’s presidential election victory in the US.

    • 09 Nov 2020
  • Sunac Services taps market for Hong Kong IPO

    Chinese property manager Sunac Services Holdings has hit the road for its Hong Kong listing, eyeing HK$8.7bn ($1.1bn) in fresh equity.

    • 09 Nov 2020
  • China Resources’ property manager pre-markets $1bn HK IPO

    China Resources Mixc Lifestyle Services has begun testing investor appetite for a Hong Kong listing that could raise around $1bn, said a source close to the deal.

    • 09 Nov 2020
  • Antengene targets HK$2.8bn from Hong Kong IPO

    Antengene Corp, a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company, has set its Hong Kong listing in motion. It has opened bookbuilding for an up to HK$2.79bn ($359.4m) IPO.

    • 09 Nov 2020
  • Cellnex issues 'spectacular' 11 year convertible after US election

    Cellnex, the highly acquisitive Spanish telecoms infrastructure company, has become the first European issuer to tap the equity-linked market in the wake of the US elections, with a jumbo 11 year €1.5bn convertible bond – the longest maturity seen in the market for over a decade.

    • 06 Nov 2020
  • Rank Group completes Covid capital raise

    Rank Group, the UK gambling conglomerate that owns Mecca Bingo and Grosvenor Casinos, completed a capital raise for 19.9% of its share capital, to give it enough headroom to manage through the next stage of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    • 06 Nov 2020
  • Blank check firm Tiga Investments targets US IPO

    Singapore-based special purpose acquisition company (Spac) Tiga Acquisition Corp has set in motion a $200m listing on the New York Stock Exchange.

    • 06 Nov 2020
  • Tencent-backed Kuaishou eyes Hong Kong bourse

    Chinese video-sharing platform Kuaishou Technology is planning to float in Hong Kong, having filed a draft prospectus with the city’s stock exchange.

    • 06 Nov 2020
  • Antengene readies Hong Kong listing

    Antengene Corp, a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company, is set to launch the roadshow for its Hong Kong IPO next week after wrapping up pre-deal investor education, according to a source close to the listing.

    • 06 Nov 2020
  • Investors look long term for US election impact

    The US presidential race was still on a razor’s edge as GlobalCapital went to press on Thursday. The US political landscape — and with it, the trajectory of the capital markets — looked set to unfold in individual voting districts over the coming hours and days. But soon, the focus will broaden once more and investors will attempt to map out their long-term view of where to place their money, write Lewis McLellan, Sam Kerr, Mariam Meskin and Oliver West.

    • 05 Nov 2020
  • No blue wave but US stimulus still likely

    Just because it seems unlikely that in the US election the Democrats will take both the White House and the Senate, it does not mean that capital markets should become despondent about a fiscal stimulus package that could have reached $2.3tr had the so-called "blue wave" made a clean sweep.

    • 05 Nov 2020
  • Capital markets bet on Biden to open deal floodgates

    Capital markets bankers are preparing to restart issuance next week to take advantage of a rally should Joe Biden be confirmed as president-elect of the US by the end of this week, write Sam Kerr, Tyler Davies, Oliver West, Mariam Meskin, Michael Turner and Lewis McLellan

    • 05 Nov 2020