Merrill Lynch jumped to the top of the ECM table this week after running the books on two deals including a $539.2 million follow on offering for Krung Thai Bank. Its total for the year now stands at $2.72bn.
The US house leapfrogged two other Stateside banks including Citigroup despite the latter's participation in four deals, which added over $400m credit to its total. Goldman Sachs was left standing on $2.42 billion from 12 deals and slipped from first to third as it did not run any transactions this week.
Debt Capital Markets
HSBC stretched its lead over Deutsche Bank even further this week, leading four deals to move on to $7.28...