The equity capital markets raised $1.2 billion from 24 issues this week, bringing year-to-date volume to $133.1 billion. Goldman Sachs continues to lead the rankings with $13.7 billion from 30 issues while Morgan Stanley and UBS round out the top three.
Hidili Industry International DevelopmentÆs $406 million bought deal was the largest issue of the week and led by UBS. United Phosphorus raised $214 million via a fully marketed deal bookrun by Deutsche Bank, IDFC and UBS.
A handful of deals are scheduled to price next week, including Jasa MargaÆs $302 million IPO led by Bahana Securities, Bank Mandiri, Citi, Credit Suisse, Danareksa, Deutsche Bank and UBS.
Debt Capital Markets
The debt capital markets saw $900 million raised via two trades this week. The league table rankings remain static with Deutsche Bank sitting at the top on $5.6 billion, followed by Citi with $4.7 billion and Merrill Lynch on $3.8 billion.
Barclays Capital, HSBC and JP Morgan printed a $500 million trade for the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, the largest deal of the week. JPMorgan is currently ranked fourth in the tables while HSBC and Barclays are sitting in sixth and seventh place respectively.
Korea's National Agricultural Cooperative Federation raised $400 million via bookrunners Calyon, Morgan Stanley and UBS. The Swiss bank sits in the fifth spot in the rankings while Morgan Stanley takes eighth place.