Dealogic league table roundup, December 4

The equity capital markets advance at a steady pace, while the primary debt market winds down to zero trades.

Equity Capital Markets

The equity capital markets continued at an even pace this week, raising $2.0 billion from 22 issues and bumping up year-to-date volume to $142.4 billion -- 73% higher than in the same period last year. UBS tops the league table ranking on $12.3 billion, followed by Morgan Stanley with $11.6 billion and Goldman Sachs with $10.8 billion.

CNPC (Hong Kong)'s $480 million accelerated bookbuild was the biggest issue of the week and led by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The US house moved up a notch to sit in eighth place on $6.0 billion.

Kaisa Group raised $445 million from its IPO via bookrunners Bank of China International and Credit Suisse. The Swiss investment house currently sits in sixth place with $8.4 billion.

A handful of deals are scheduled to price next week, including PCD Stores' $353 million IPO led by Credit Suisse; and Bank Tabungan Negara's $233 million IPO via bookrunners Bank Mandiri and CIMB Group.

Debt Capital Markets

It was a silent week in the debt capital markets with zero trades. Deutsche Bank leads the field in the league table ranking with $8.9 billion, followed by HSBC on $7.9 billion and Barclays Capital on $5.5 billion.

Year-to-date volume stands at $57.1 billion, more than double the $16.7 billion raised in the same period last year.

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