Dealogic roundup

Dealogic league table roundup, Nov 18

Goldman Sachs continues to lead the Asian league tables for equity capital markets, while HSBC heads the debt capital markets tables.

Equity capital markets
Asian equity capital markets activity reached $754 million through 14 issues this week, down from the $2.8 billion issued in the week before.

The top three standings in the league table remain unchanged with Goldman Sachs taking $12.5 billion, followed by Morgan Stanley and UBS.

A $177 million IPO for Dongguan Kingsun Optoelectronic was the biggest issue of the week through sole bookrunner Guosen Securities. Fujian Snowman closed a $125 million IPO through bookrunners Guodo Securities and Goldenmax International Technology completed a $124 million IPO through Huatai Securities.

Top 10 Asia ex-Japan ECM bookrunner rankings

    Bookrunner parents Value ($m) No. %
  1 Goldman Sachs 12,517 34 8.6
  2 Morgan Stanley 9,510 40 6.6
  3 UBS 6,424 40 4.4
  4 Deutsche Bank 6,062 31 4.2
  5 Credit Suisse 6,002 34 4.1
  6 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 4,968 18 3.4
  7 Citi 4,911 34 3.4
  8 Ping An Securities 4,465 34 3.1
  9 J.P. Morgan 4,363 31 3.0
  10 Citic Securities 3,851 12 2.7

 


Debt capital markets
Four Asian borrowers raised a total of $2.2 billion in the G3 debt capital markets this week, the biggest of which was a $1 billion sovereign sukuk from Indonesia through bookrunners Citi, HSBC and Standard Chartered.

So far this year, Indonesian borrowers have raised $6.4 billion from nine trades, coming in sixth in the nationality ranking in the Asia (ex-Japan) region. South Korea leads with $24.2 billion from 92 trades.

The top three banks in the league table ranking remain unchanged with HSBC on top with $9.6 billion, followed by Citi and Deutsche Bank.

Top 10 Asia ex-Japan DCM bookrunner rankings

    Bookrunner parents Value ($m) No. %
  1 HSBC 9,590 59 12.1
  2 Citi 6,843 39 8.6
  3 Deutsche Bank 5,866 34 7.4
  4 Goldman Sachs 5,295 26 6.7
  5 Standard Chartered 5,148 40 6.5
  6 UBS 5,126 29 6.5
  7 J.P. Morgan 4,841 34 6.1
  8 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 4,145 27 5.2
  9 Barclays Capital 4,045 24 5.1
  10 RBS 3,982 32 5.0