Dealogic league table roundup, November 6

Equity capital markets issuance continues at an even pace.

Equity Capital Markets

The equity capital markets moved forward at an even pace this week, raising $2.2 billion from 13 issues. Regional year-to-date issuance in 2009 now stands at $115.0 billion -- up 42% year-on-year -- while deal activity of 1,072 issues is up 39% over the same period.

The league table rankings remain static, headed by Morgan Stanley on $11.2 billion, followed by J.P. Morgan on $9.3 billion and UBS with $9.0 billion.

Guoyuan Securities' $1.5 billion A-share rights issue was the largest deal of the week. It was led by China Galaxy Securities and Ping An Securities.

SK C&C raised $456 million from its IPO this week, via bookrunners Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Daishin Securities, Korea Investment & Securities and Woori Investment & Securities.

A clutch of IPOs is scheduled to price next week, including: Maxis's $2.6 billion deal led by AmInvestment Bank, CIMB Group, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Maybank Investment Bank, Nomura, RHB Capital and UBS; a $1.5 billion A-share IPO for China Merchants Securities' via Goldman Sachs and UBS; and Longfor Properties Holdings' $849 million Hong Kong listing led by bookrunners Citi, Morgan Stanley and UBS.

Debt Capital Markets

There was a single trade in the debt capital markets this week -- Agile Property Holdings' $300 million bond led by Bank of America Merrill Lynch and HSBC.

Deutsche Bank leads the field in the league table ranking on $7.7 billion, with HSBC and Barclays Capital rounding out the top three on $6.6 billion and $5.4 billion respectively.

Year-to-date volume stands at $51.1 billion -- more than treble the $16.5 billion raised in the same period last year.

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