Dealogic roundup

Dealogic league table roundup, June 3

Asian equity capital markets reach third-lowest weekly volume for 2011.
Equity capital markets
A total of $1.7 billion has been raised from the equity capital markets this week from 21 issues, the third-lowest weekly level so far this year. Despite the low weekly volume, 2011 YTD volume totals $87.3 billion, up 3% year-on-year and stands as the highest YTD volume on record.

Goldman Sachs leads the league table ranking with $8.4 billion, followed by Deutsche Bank. UBS moved up a notch to third place.

AZ Electronic Materials’ $398 million follow-on was the largest issue of the week, led by UBS.

Top 10 Asia ex-Japan ECM bookrunner rankings

    Bookrunner parents Value ($m) No. %
  1 Goldman Sachs 8,435 23 9.7
  2 Deutsche Bank 4,871 20 5.6
  3 UBS 4,544 24 5.2
  4 Credit Suisse 4,204 18 4.8
  5 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 3,475 14 4.0
  6 Morgan Stanley 3,416 28 3.9
  7 Guosen Securities Co Ltd 2,637 17 3.0
  8 Citi 2,484 21 2.8
  9 GF Securities Co Ltd 2,335 7 2.7
  10 China International Capital Corp 2,283 10 2.6

 


Debt capital markets
Issuance reached $1.5 billion this week through just one deal -- the lowest weekly deal count in 2011, pushing volume for the year so far with $54.1 billion, up 69% year-on-year. HSBC tops the league table ranking with $6.5 billion, followed by Deutsche Bank with $4.7 billion and UBS with $4.2 billion.

The $1.5 billion issue for ADB by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Daiwa Capital Markets, Deutsche Bank and UBS was the week's biggest deal, and pushed UBS and Bank of America Merrill Lynch to third and seventh place respectively in the league table.

Top 10 Asia ex-Japan DCM bookrunner rankings

    Bookrunner parents Value ($m) No. %
  1 HSBC 6,468 42 12.0
  2 Deutsche Bank 4,722 26 8.7
  3 UBS 4,229 21 7.8
  4 Citi 4,136 26 7.6
  5 JPMorgan 3,855 20 7.1
  6 Standard Chartered Bank 3,395 29 6.3
  7 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 3,246 18 6.0
  8 Goldman Sachs 2,935 15 5.4
  9 Barclays Capital 2,565 14 4.7
  10 RBS 2,561 21 4.7

 

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