Equity Capital Markets
The Asian equity markets have raised $1.3 billion via 13 deals so far this week, compared to the $3.7 billion raised in the same period last week.
The largest deal of the week is Cheung Kong Infrastructure’s $599 million follow-on through bookrunners Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley. The deal is also the largest ECM transaction in the region so far this year.
The issuer last came to the market in July 2012 when Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings raised $297m via a follow-on through bookrunners Bank of China and HSBC.
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