The equity capital markets saw $510 million raised this week via nine issues. Goldman Sachs sits at the top of the rankings with $3.0 billion from eight deals, followed by UBS with $2.1 billion and JP Morgan with $1.7 billion.
Deutsche Bank led the largest deal of the week, a $120 million accelerated bookbuild for ReneSola. The German house entered the top 10, nudging up to tenth place with $613 million.
Goldman Sachs clinched the lead place in the rankings on the back of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC)Æs $1.7 billion follow-on offering as well as China Agri-Industries HoldingsÆ $410 million IPO led with Bank of China, both priced last week.
A number of deals are scheduled to price next week including Regal Real Estate Investment TrustÆs $303 million IPO bookrun by Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch; and CITIC 1616 HoldingsÆ $244 million IPO run by BNP Paribas.
Debt Capital Markets
The debt capital markets lay in silence for the second week in a row with zero trades.