Dealogic league table roundup, June 12

Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power's $1 billion bond pushes Deutsche Bank to the top of the debt league table.

Equity Capital Markets

Equity capital markets issuance dropped back to $808 million this week from 21 deals. The top 10 rankings remain unchanged with Goldman Sachs leading the field with $5.3 billion, followed by UBS on $4.3 billion and Morgan Stanley on $3.6 billion.

Shui On Land's $263 million accelerated bookbuild was the largest issue of the week and led by BNP Paribas, Goldman Sachs and Standard Chartered Bank (through its Cazenove Asia unit).

Lumena Resources Corp raised $149 million from its IPO this week via bookrunners BOC International, Credit Suisse and Macquarie Group. The deal brings IPO volume to $2.3 billion so far this year -- down 84% from the $14.7 billion raised in the same period 2008.

Deals scheduled to price next week include a $177 million IPO for China Metal Recycling (Holdings) led by UBS.

Debt Capital Markets

Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power's $1 billion bond was the sole trade of the week and led by Barclays Capital, Citi, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs. South Korean G3 international debt issuance stands at a year-to-date high of $13.8 billion -- more than double the $5.8 billion raised in the same period 2008.

Deutsche Bank moves up a notch to take the top spot in the league table rankings with $3.6 billion, closely followed by HSBC on $3.5 billion and Barclays Capital with $2.5 billion. Citi remains in fourth place, while Goldman Sachs moves up a rung to take the ninth spot.

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