League Table Roundup October 6

The equity capital markets and debt capital markets have a quiet start to the final quarter
Equity Capital Markets

The equity capital markets had a subdued start to the final quarter of the year with $188 million raised from seven issues. The usual suspects still dominate the league table rankings with Goldman Sachs at the top with $9.3bn from 27 deals followed by UBS and JPMorgan.

HannStar Board International HoldingsÆ $74 million IPO was the largest issue of the week and led by Taiwan Securities (HK) and Polaris Securities.

CambodiaÆs NagaCorp is scheduled to price its $105 million IPO next week via Anglo Chinese Securities and Kim Eng Securities.

Debt Capital Markets

The debt capital markets saw $270 million raised from only two deals this week. Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and HSBC continue to take out the top three league table rankings.

Merrill Lynch printed a $220 million trade for Krung Thai Bank (Singapore) and edged up a place in the rankings to ninth with $1.7 billion from 10 deals. Goldman Sachs ran the books for the other deal this week, a $50 million trade for South KoreaÆs Kookmin Bank.

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