Dealogic roundup

Dealogic league table roundup, January 13

Asia’s G3 debt capital markets are off to a record start, raising $11.1 billion during the first two weeks of the year, while the equity markets are the quietest since 2007.

Equity capital markets
Volume in the Asian equity capital markets totalled $1.2 billion from 19 transactions this week, bringing volume for the year so far to $1.4 billion the lowest start to the year for the region since 2007 $562 million from 31 issues

J.P. Morgan tops the bookrunner ranking with $603 million, on the back of Hyundai Heavy Industries’ $603 million follow-on, which was also the largest deal of the week. Citic Securities and Huatai Securities follow at second and third place in the ranking, respectively.
 

Top 10 Asia ex-Japan ECM bookrunner rankings

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