League Table Roundup December 2nd

Dongfeng Motor keeps the Equity Capital Markets afloat while Korean banks lift the Debt Capital Markets

Equity Capital Markets

The equity capital markets kept a steady pace this week with $1.2 billion raised from 28 issues.

Goldman Sachs still holds onto first place in the league table rankings with $7.8 billion from 32 deals and is followed by Morgan Stanley and UBS.

China International Capital Corp, Deutsche Bank and Merrill Lynch ran the largest deal of the week with a $512 million IPO for China's Dongfeng Motor Group. The banks' rankings remain static with Merrill Lynch in fifth place, Deutsche Bank in eighth and CICC taking the ninth spot.

Morgan Stanley edged past UBS in the league tables to grab second place on the back of a $50 million IPO for India's Triveni Engineering & Industries with joint bookrunner ICICI.

The road show for Prosperity Real Estate Investment Trust's $240 million IPO will be held next week. JP Morgan and Merrill Lynch are the bookrunners.

Debt Capital Markets

The debt capital markets trundled along this week with volume reaching $776 million from three trades. The league table rankings remain unchanged with Citigroup leading the field with $5.4 billion from 25 deals while Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan round out the top three.

Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Merrill Lynch printed a $352 million trade for Woori Bank while Kookmin Bank raised $300 million via Banc of America, Barclays Capital and Goldman Sachs.

The market is set for some activity in the coming week with Galaxy Casino's $500 million deal bookrun by Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley and United Overseas Bank's $500 million trade via Credit Suisse First Boston, Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan. ABN Amro and Deutsche Bank are also scheduled to price a $250 million trade for Advance Agro.

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