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Southeast Asia ECM volume at lowest YTD level since 2005

Equity Capital Markets

Asia ex Japan issuers have raised $788 million through 12 deals so far this week, compared with $9.4 billion raised in the same period last week.

The largest deal of the week is a $572 million accelerate bookbuild by Malaysian company Sime Darby, through sole bookrunner Maybank. This is the second largest ECM deal priced in Malaysia so far in 2016, after Malaysia Building Society’s $711 million rights offer in July.

Southeast Asia ECM volume totals $11.0 billion 151 deals so far this year, down 21% year on year and the lowest YTD level since 2005 $9.5 billion, from 224 deals...

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