Equity Capital Markets
The deal flow in the equity capital markets kept a steady pace this week with $1.4 billion raised from 25 issues. UBS continues to lead the field in the league table ranking with $3.9 billion, followed closely by Morgan Stanley on $3.6 billion and Goldman Sachs on $3.2 billion.
Genting Singapore's $425 million accelerated bookbuild was the largest issue of the week and led by J.P. Morgan and UBS. The US investment house remains in fourth place in the ranking with $2.8 billion.
Citi moved up a notch in the league table to sit in seventh place on the back of a couple of deals - a $127 million follow-on offering for Xinyi Glass Holdings, jointly led by China International Capital Corp; and Suzlon Energy's $111 million accelerated bookbuild, which it ran on a sole basis.
A number of deals are scheduled to price next week, including a $473 million rights offer for Keppel Land via Bank of America-Merrill Lynch; and a $105 million convertible for WBL Corp via Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp.
Debt Capital Markets
Issuance in the debt capital markets fell back this week with $270 million raised from a single trade - Korea National Oil Corp's bond via bookrunners ANZ, Calyon, Chinatrust Commercial Bank, DBS, Mega International Commercial Bank, Natixis, SCB Securities and WestLB.
The league table remains unchanged. HSBC heads the ranking on $3.42 billion, followed by Deutsche Bank with $3.38 billion and Citi with $2.2 billion.