Dealogic league table roundup, June 11

Bank of China's $5.9 billion convertible pushes domestic banks up the ECM ladder.

Equity Capital Markets

A total of $6.3 billion has been raised from the equity capital markets this week from 12 issues. UBS remains at the top of the league table ranking with $5.8 billion, followed by Goldman Sachs on $5.4 billion and Bank of China on $5.1 billion.

Bank of China's $5.9 billion convertible bond was the largest deal of the week and accounted for the bulk of issuance. It was led by Bank of China and Citic Securities and helped push the two domestic houses into the top 10, with Citic Securities claiming the fourth spot on $4.6 billion and Bank of China, as mentioned, moving into third place. The issue is the biggest equity-linked deal from the region ever, surpassing Hutchison Whampoa International's $3.0 billion convertible bond in September 2000.

Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology's $1.1 billion Hong Kong IPO via China International Capital Corp, Citi and Credit Suisse is set to price tomorrow (June 12, Hong Kong time); while the IPOs for China Liansu Group Holdings ($294 million), via J.P. Morgan and UBS; and WorldWide Touch Technology ($166 million) via Credit Suisse and ICBC, are both scheduled to price next week.

Debt Capital Markets

There was a single trade in the debt capital markets this week -- United Overseas Bank's $100 million bond via sole bookrunner Standard Chartered Bank.

The top 10 league table rankings remain unchanged with Deutsche Bank, Barclays Capital and Morgan Stanley leading the field on $3.6 billion, $3.0 billion and $2.98 billion respectively.