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  • Trio gets strong reception in senior

    Trio gets strong reception in senior

    Three banks seized a favourable backdrop in the bond market to sell senior bonds this week, finding a warm welcome for maturities from three to six years.

  • BPCE diversifies funding with sterling senior

    BPCE diversifies funding with sterling senior

    BPCE raised senior bond funding in sterling on Thursday, making use of constructive conditions in the currency. The lender launched its deal at a spread that, on an after-swap basis, was roughly in line with where it could have landed in euros.

  • Greater China issues slew of international bonds

    Greater China issues slew of international bonds

    Chinese corporations bombarded investors with new bond options on Wednesday, allowing three issuers to raise $625m between then. Hong Kong-based asset manager ESR Cayman joined the fray in Singapore, grabbing S$225m ($161.55m).

  • Transition periods are key in minimising MREL impact, says EBA

    Transition periods are key in minimising MREL impact, says EBA

    Regulators are helping those banks most at risk of failing to meet their minimum requirements for own funds and eligible liabilities (MREL) by giving them extra time to prepare, a report from the European Banking Authority said this week.

  • ICBC looks Down Under for A$500m

    ICBC looks Down Under for A$500m

    Industrial and Commercial Bank of China turned to the Australian debt market on Monday to raise A$500m ($336m) through its Sydney branch.

  • Aoyuan, Huarong Leasing score with short tenor bonds

    Aoyuan, Huarong Leasing score with short tenor bonds

    China Aoyuan Group and China Huarong Financial Leasing Co this week raised a combined $388m from bonds that will mature in less than one year, taking advantage of a regulatory loophole to tap the market with short-dated deals.

  • SCB Norway offers ‘real rarity’ in euro market

    SCB Norway offers ‘real rarity’ in euro market

    Santander Consumer Bank AS was well supported for a rare offering of preferred senior debt at the beginning of the week, as market participants suggested that spreads on Norwegian bank bonds could have room to tighten further.

  • Italian banks extend record breaking run

    Italian banks extend record breaking run

    Italian banks have been piling into the primary bond market in the first quarter, capitalising on an incredible rally in the sector as investors look for new sources of value.

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Bookrunners of Global FIG

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
1 22.12 91 7.60%
2 21.15 90 7.26%
3 20.28 65 6.96%
4 18.10 90 6.21%
5 14.12 82 4.85%