League table round up May 26

Goldman retains top position in ECM league table after Bank of China IPO, but second place changes hands.
Equity Capital Markets

Bank of ChinaÆs mammoth $9.7 billion IPO was the highlight of the week in the equity capital markets and pushed total issuance for the year so far to $49 billion

The league table rankings saw some movement as a result, with Goldman Sachs sitting in first place with $7.3 billion, followed by UBS and Citigroup.

The largest IPO in six years enabled bookrunners Bank of China International, Goldman Sachs and UBS to gain some ground in the league tables. The deal further strengthened Goldman SachsÆ position at the top, UBS captured second place from fifth last week, while Bank of China International entered the top 10 to take fifth position.

Debt Capital Markets

The debt capital markets picked up the pace this week with $417 million raised from 2 trades. Citigroup leads the field in the league table and is followed by UBS and Deutsche Bank.

Daiwa Securities and Citigroup printed a $268 million trade for Korea Development Bank. The deal saw Citigroup move up a place to top in the rankings with $2.1 billion from 10 trades.

Dah Sing Bank also raised $150 million via bookrunner HSBC. HSBC climbed up to ninth position from tenth last week with $684 million from five deals.

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