League Table Roundup September 2

PetroChina lifts the Equity Capital Markets while the Debt Capital Markets remain at a standstill.

Equity Capital Markets




The week in the equity capital markets saw issuance balloon to $2.7 billion from 10 deals on the back of PetroChina's accelerated bookbuild. Goldman Sachs sits at the top of the league tables with $6.3 billion from 26 issues with Citigroup and UBS following close behind.



The $2.4 billion follow on for PetroChina was led by Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs. The deal allowed Goldman Sachs to clinch the number one ranking from second place last week, while Citigroup climbed up a notch from third.



Deutsche Bank also executed a $161 million bought deal for retailer Lifestyle International Holdings. The German house remains at seventh position in the league tables with $3.3 billion from 18 deals. An IPO for China Yurun Food Group is scheduled to price next week via bookrunner Goldman Sachs.



Debt Capital Markets



The debt capital markets ground to another halt this week with zero trades. Joint leads HSBC, JP Morgan and Merrill Lynch will roadshow Korea Development Bank's $500 million to $1 billion deal next week.



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