League table round up April 7

Equity capital markets hold steady, while debt capital markets grind to a halt.
Finance Asia Capital Markets Wrap April 7, 2006

Equity Capital Markets

It was a quiet week in the Equity Capital Markets with under $500 million raised from 15 deals. Only one transaction surpassed $100 million รป the $173 million convertible for Chaoda Modern Agriculture run by JP Morgan.

This trade was combined with a $72 million bought deal, which also featured JP Morgan as bookrunner. The credit from these two pushed the US house up one place into eighth and moved it through the $1 billion barrier from a total of 13 deals.

Aside from this there was no other movement in the table with Goldman Sachs remaining in top spot with $3.9 billion, over $2 billion ahead of Nomura.

Debt Capital Markets

Korea Zinc Co issued the only G3 bond this week, printing a $100 million trade through ABN AMRO Bank (London). The transaction moves ABN AMRO into tenth place with $383 million from four deals, pushing Standard Chartered out of the top 10.

UBS remains in first place with $1.9 billion from seven trades followed by Citigroup on $1.7 billion and Deutsche Bank on $1.6 billion.
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