Dealogic league table roundup, April 30

Goldman Sachs climbs to second place in the equity rankings and Morgan Stanley moves into the top five on the back of Samsung's IPO.

Equity Capital Markets

The equity capital markets raised a total of $2.2 billion this week from 26 issues. UBS, Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan take out the top three places in the league table rankings with $4.9 billion, $3.8 billion and $3.4 billion respectively.

Cosco Pacific's $601 million accelerated bookbuild, which was led by Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan, was the largest deal of the week.

Samsung Life Insurance's $4.4 billion IPO that priced late last week enabled Goldman Sachs to advance to second in the rankings from fourth place last week. The other joint bookrunners were Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Korea Investment & Securities, Morgan Stanley and Shinhan Investment Corp. Morgan Stanley moved up three notches on the back of the same deal and now sits in fifth place with $2.8 billion.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch ran the books for Chow Sang Sang Holdings International's $128 million follow-on offering and moved into the top 10 to rank ninth with $1.7 billion.

Deals scheduled to price next week include Swire Properties' $2.6 billion IPO via HSBC, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, potentially Hong Kong's largest listing so far this year; and a $1.1 billion IPO for New Century Shipbuilding led by UBS and Morgan Stanley.

Debt Capital Markets

The Debt Capital Markets saw three trades totalling $1.0 billion this week. Deutsche Bank remains at the top of the league table ranking with $3.2 billion, followed by Barclays Capital on $2.6 billion and Citi with $2.3 billion.

Hana Bank's $500 million bond was the largest deal of the week and led by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citi, J.P. Morgan and RBS.

HSBC moved up a notch in the ranking to take fourth place with $2.2 billion, on the back of Yanlord Land Group's $300 million trade together with joint bookrunners RBS and Standard Chartered Bank; and International Container Terminal Services' $200 million bond that it led together with UBS.

Standard Chartered Bank entered the top 10 to take the 10th spot following the Yanlord deal. 

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