League table round up June 23

The equity capital markets stays afloat while PSA International boosts the debt capital markets.
Equity Capital Markets

Issuance in the equity capital markets dropped back to $408 million this week from 12 deals. Goldman Sachs remains firmly at the top of the rankings with almost $8 billion from 19 issues and is followed by UBS and Citigroup.

The $253 million accelerated bookbuild for South KoreaÆs Hyundai Engineering & Construction was the largest issue of the week. Morgan Stanley ran the books and climbed a place to fifth spot in the league tables with $3.1 billion from 23 issues.

Shimao Property HoldingsÆ $566 million IPO is scheduled to price next week. Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are the bookrunners.

Debt Capital Markets

Three trades totalling $1.5 billion breathed life back into the debt capital markets this week and saw Morgan Stanley clinch first place in the league tables with $3.1 billion from eight trades. Citigroup was pushed down to second place and UBS to third.

Morgan Stanley nabbed the top spot on the back of PSA InternationalÆs $1 billion trade while JP Morgan nudged up to fifth place from sixth after bookrunning a $500 million deal for Bank of East Asia.

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