League Table Roundup September 29

The equity capital markets and debt capital markets finish off strong in the first nine months of 2006.
Equity Capital Markets

The equity capital market continued its pace in the final week of the third quarter with $3.5 billion raised from 11 issues and bringing year-to-date volume to $74.3 billion. Goldman Sachs looks set to finish off the first nine months at the top of the league table rankings with $9.3 billion from 26 deals, followed by UBS with $8.1 billion and JP Morgan with $5.4 billion.

Chunghwa TelecomÆs $959 million fully marketed deal was the largest issue of the week and led by Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and UBS. Shui On LandÆs $800 million IPO was the second largest deal and was bookrun by Deutsche Bank, HSBC and JP Morgan.

A number of deals are set to kick off the first week of the last quarter. JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and UBS are leading a $379 million IPO for Chemoil Energy; and DBS and Macquarie are running the books for SPG LandÆs $202 million IPO.

Debt Capital Markets

The debt capital markets saw two deals worth $946 million price in the final week of the third quarter, bringing year-to-date volume to $29.9 billion. Morgan Stanley sits at the top of the league tables with $3.7 billion from 12 trades, while Deutsche Bank sits closely behind in second with $3.3 billion and HSBC in third with $2.9 billion.

Barclays Capital, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and UBS printed an $800 million trade for Kexim that was the largest deal of the week. The deal helped push UBS to fourth place in the rankings from sixth and Credit Suisse to ninth spot from tenth last week.

Barclays Capital also ran the books together with Deutsche Bank for Korea Western PowerÆs $150 million deal and climbed up two notches on the back of this weekÆs two deals, to fifth place from seventh last week.

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