• Avis returns with first rental car ABS of 2021

    Rental car company Avis is looking to get a securitization deal done for the first time since its blockbuster deal in August 2020. Despite the headwinds of the pandemic, the firm achieved its best Ebitda margin ever in the first quarter thanks to aggressive cost cutting measures and returning demand for travel.

    10 May 2021

  • CLO senior spreads tighten again with Invesco

    Spreads on triple-A notes have once again begun to tighten, following a pause while the market digested the heavy flow of new supply. Market participants expect further tightening could follow from June.

    10 May 2021

  • Red Eléctrica and Volvo Treasury prove ‘greenium’ at A ratings

    The spread benefit of ESG-linked debt was on clear display in Europe’s corporate bond market on Monday. For the second time in days, investors were offered two similar transactions and paid significantly more for the ESG option, in this case a green bond from Red Eléctrica.

    10 May 2021

  • US, local names crowd into euro corporate market

    A smattering of European investment grade companies are lining up bond issues, as May continues to bring the turnaround in issuance levels that the market had been hoping for in the run-up to the UK bank holiday at the start of the month.

    10 May 2021

  • Canada picks banks for five year dollar global

    The dollar market filled up on Monday with mandates from a broad range of SSA borrowers. Canada, European Investment Bank, BNG and Tokyo Metropolitan Government were all set to hit the market on Tuesday.

    10 May 2021

  • Germany lines up 30 year green deal with positive yield

    Germany has picked banks for its eagerly awaited 30 year green bond. Bankers expect the deal to go well since it will be one of the rare German syndications to offer a positive yield.

    10 May 2021

  • Italian issuers say ‘si grazie’ to HY market

    Monday brought another strong start to the week for European high yield, with six new bonds announced and other deals, such as EQT’s Cerba healthcare financing, set to close this week. Italian issuers led the way, with bonds for International Design Group, Lutech and Cedacri in the market.

    10 May 2021

  • EM loan bankers ‘not very confident’ of deal boost

    The number of emerging market syndicated loans is in decline for the fourth year in a row, according to Dealogic data. Bankers' outlooks for the rest of the year err on the pessimistic side, with the fallout from the pandemic being the main concern.

    10 May 2021

  • KommuneKredit returns to sterling with biggest ever deal

    KommuneKredit made a strong return to the sterling market on Friday with its biggest ever single offering in currency.

    10 May 2021

  • EQT launches bonds for Cerba buy-out

    Swedish private equity firm EQT launched senior and subordinated bonds on Monday to finance its acquisition of Cerba Healthcare, the diagnostics company headquartered in France.

    10 May 2021

  • hGears IPO covered on day one

    The IPO of hGears, the German maker of high-precision gears for e-mobility, was covered on Monday, less than a day into book building, according to a source close to the deal.

    10 May 2021

  • EU sounds out banks for final SURE outing of Q2

    The European Union has sent banks a request for proposals (RFP) for what is expected to the final Support to mitigate Unemployment Risks in an Emergency (SURE) transaction of the second quarter.

    10 May 2021

  • The Irish canary: first European country to end mortgage holidays holds breath

    Ireland has become the first country in Europe to end mortgage payment holidays, with arrears dropping off towards the end of 2020. RMBS investors are eager to see whether moratoriums turn to future defaults — and whether this will hit other countries as their repayment rest periods come to an end.

    10 May 2021

  • Green sheen helps AIB senior print

    Allied Irish Banks (AIB) sold its sophomore green bond on Monday, printing €750m of senior paper at a spread flat to fair value and close its Irish peers.

    10 May 2021

  • Aegon sets up soft bullet covered bond programme

    Aegon Bank has registered its soft bullet covered bond programme with the Dutch central bank and has published its base prospectus, suggesting it could be ready to mandate leads after posting results this week. Aegon follows NN Bank, which became the first Dutch bank to switch away from using conditional pass through (CPT) covered bonds, with Achmea Bank set to follow.

    10 May 2021

  • Fitch bumps up Greek bank ratings

    Fitch has upgraded its ratings for Piraeus Bank and the National Bank of Greece (NBG) following their successful sales of non-performing assets. With more de-risking to go and a potential additional tier one (AT1) deal on the way, further upgrades could follow.

    10 May 2021

  • Nordea lands double digit spread with first euro T2 since 2016

    Nordea made a rare entry into the euro tier two market on Monday, taking advantage of strong issuance conditions to steer its pricing in close to fair value.

    10 May 2021

  • Ion spreads financing wings, brings in JP Morgan

    JP Morgan is running the acquisition financing for Ion Investment Group’s purchase of Italian banking software group Cedacri, a major shift for the finance, technology and data group, which has relied on Credit Suisse and UBS to fund its spree of its debt-fuelled acquisitions. The group also turned to high yield bonds for the first time recently, a major departure for a company which once prized the privacy of the loan market.

    10 May 2021

  • Afreximbank launches dual trancher as FIG issuers dominate deal flow

    African Export-Import Bank launched a dual tranche dollar bond on Monday morning, with orders exceeding $3bn by midday. Emerging market bank issuers have been especially active in recent month thanks to attractive credit conditions.

    10 May 2021

  • BNP Paribas adds two MDs for EMEA ECM push

    BNP Paribas has made two senior hires in European equity capital markets as part of an ambitious effort to challenge for top league table positions in the region.

    10 May 2021

  • ASB Finance and Berlin Hyp plan covered bonds

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s New Zealand subsidiary, ASB Finance, has mandated leads for the first Kiwi covered bond since January 2019. At the same time, Berlin Hyp has appointed lead managers for a 12 year mortgage Pfandbrief.

    10 May 2021

  • Symrise pledges margin improvements to charity in SLL debut

    Symrise, a German flavour and fragrance producer, has signed a €500m debut sustainability-linked loan, with the company one of the few to disclose that any margin change because of hitting key performance indicators will be paid directly to charity.

    10 May 2021

  • Aquila Capital creates new listed energy efficiency fund

    Aquila Capital, the German investment company focused on sustainable investments, is launching a new London-listed fund focused on energy efficiency assets in Europe.

    10 May 2021

  • Cred Ag fills senior DCM roles from within

    Crédit Agricole has promoted four staffers to fill vacant and newly created jobs in its debt capital markets leadership team, including global head of financial institutions DCM and head of European corporate DCM.

    10 May 2021

  • StanChart reorganises CCIB with Raber, Jonsson taking bigger roles

    Standard Chartered has revamped its corporate, commercial and institutional banking (CCIB) business, combining its credit and origination operations and handing out promotions to a number of senior bankers in Asia.

    10 May 2021

  • Auto trio kick off busy week for China ABS

    China’s auto loan ABS market reopened strongly in May after a quiet few weeks, with SAIC-GMAC Automotive Finance Co, Volkswagen Finance (China) Co and domestic originator FAW Auto Finance Co all looking to price deals this week.

    10 May 2021

  • Insure-tech firm Waterdrop seals $360m US listing

    Chinese health insurance and healthcare crowdfunding platform Waterdrop has raised $360m after pricing its US IPO at the top of the marketed range.

    10 May 2021

  • Haid debuts with $400m loan

    Guandong Haid Group Co, a Chinese agricultural and animal husbandry company, is in the loan market with its debut offshore borrowing of up to $400m.

    10 May 2021

  • Cathay Pacific tests appetite for dollar bond

    Hong Kong's embattled Cathay Pacific Airways is gauging the market’s response for a new dollar bond, its first international outing in more than two decades.

    10 May 2021

  • Nuvoco Vistas lines up $681m Indian IPO

    Cement company Nuvoco Vistas Corp is planning a Rp50bn ($681.5m) listing, having filed draft IPO documents with the Indian regulator.

    10 May 2021

  • The week in review: CSRC adds ESG to listed company annual report disclosures, telecom giants lose delisting appeal

    In this round-up, the China Securities Regulatory Commission plans to ask companies to include separate chapters for corporate governance as well as environmental and social responsibilities in their annual financial reports, and three Chinese telecommunications companies will be dropped from the New York Stock Exchange after an unsuccessful appeal.

    10 May 2021

  • Suriname slams ‘misleading’ bondholders with restructuring talks imminent

    The government of Suriname issued a stinging riposte to its bondholders on Friday, accusing the creditor committee of issuing a “misleading and factually incorrect statement” about the sovereign’s debt restructuring.

    10 May 2021

  • End of an era

    Last week, GlobalCapital reported on the retirement of Peter Zirwes, who has been a fixture of the corporate finance world for almost 30 years.

    07 May 2021

  • EQT mixes CO2 and diversity in first SLB from private equity

    EQT achieved a strong response from investors on Friday when it launched the first sustainability-linked bond from a private equity firm, and only the second from a financial company. The €500m deal is tied to greenhouse gas emission cuts and gender diversity metrics.

    07 May 2021

  • CPPIB debuts in rand with ‘old school MTN’

    CPPIB Capital made its debut in South African rand this week with an ‘old school MTN’ at the short end of the curve.

    07 May 2021

  • Syndicated loans, bonds boost Cred Ag earnings

    Crédit Agricole emphasised high levels of activity in syndicated loans and fixed income, especially among French clients, as it revealed a strong set of quarterly earnings on Friday.

    07 May 2021

  • EIB USD1.5bn 1.625% May 31 Climate Awareness Bond

    07 May 2021

  • BIL uses MTN for tier two return in 'standout trade'

    Banque Internationale à Luxembourg issued its first tier two capital bond for almost five years this week, opting for a private sale.

    07 May 2021

  • Belgium hits century with MTN, third sovereign this year

    Belgium dropped into the long end of the euro curve to place a 100 year bond this week – its first private placement for seven months.

    07 May 2021

  • UBS forms central sustainability body, Baldinger to lead

    UBS has revamped its management of sustainability and appointed Michael Baldinger as chief sustainability officer. Last month it named Suni Harford, president of UBS Asset Management, as group executive board sponsor for sustainability and impact.

    07 May 2021

  • Erste taps ‘strong and supportive feedback loop’ with sustainable debut

    Erste Group Bank found success when it paired a sustainable label with the senior preferred format on Friday, attracting a high quality granular order book despite pricing several basis points through fair value.

    07 May 2021

  • A&O lures levfin partners from Linklaters

    Allen & Overy has hired two leveraged finance partners from rival Linklaters in London.

    07 May 2021

  • NIB USD700m FRN May 26

    07 May 2021

  • Canal+ Polska abandons second IPO attempt

    The Warsaw IPO of Canal+ Polska, the Polish satellite TV network, has been postponed. The deal is the latest victim of Europe's binary IPO market.

    07 May 2021

  • Bankers warn EU's fee approach could start ‘race to bottom’

    Debt capital markets bankers are concerned that the EU’s decision to pay less in bond syndication fees could well force other issuers to do the same simply because no one will want to be paying more than anyone else.

    07 May 2021

  • Jacquet Metal Service leads SSD revival

    French steel parts and distribution company Jacquet Metal Service has launched a further Schuldschein, according to sources. The market is gearing up for somewhat of a renaissance after a moribund 2020 and GlobalCapital understands that 10-15 more transactions are set to be launched in May.

    07 May 2021

  • Ceconomy gets ESG loan to repay crisis funding

    Ceconomy, a German consumer electronics company, has signed a €1.06bn revolver linked to sustainability metrics, becoming the latest corporate to repay state support loans taken out during the worst of the coronavirus pandemic.

    07 May 2021

  • London solar fund raises $132m for US investments

    US Solar Fund, a London-listed investment trust that focuses on US solar assets, has completed a popular raise on the London stock exchange with demand for the deal exceeding its size.

    07 May 2021

  • Liontrust creates new listed ESG fund

    Liontrust Asset Management is launching a new listed ESG fund on the London Stock Exchange.

    07 May 2021

  • LatAm primary charges on with ‘incredible’ deals

    Four Latin America and Caribbean companies sold new issues in the dollar market at very tight looking levels on Thursday, as investors continue to feel pressure to put to cash to work amid extremely high liquidity.

    07 May 2021

  • Gol lands on 8% yield target as investors eye aviation recovery

    Brazilian airline Gol on Thursday sold the first public bond deal from a Latin American airline since the coronavirus pandemic began, increasing the size of a tap of its 8% 2026s as hopes grow that the vaccine rollout will accelerate in the region and enable the worst affected industries to recover.

    07 May 2021

  • Kaisa nets $333m from rights issue

    Property developer and manager Kaisa Group Holdings has raised HK$2.59bn ($332.97m) from shareholders of its Hong Kong listed stock, to be partly used to fund an acquisition.

    07 May 2021

  • China policy and markets round-up: Trade surplus rebounds, Wealth Management Connect details revealed, Beijing halts economic dialogue with Canberra

    In this round-up, China’s trade surplus jumps in the first four months of the year, regulators unveil details for implementing the cross-border Wealth Management Connect pilot scheme between the Mainland, Hong Kong and Macau, and Beijing decides to suspend all activity under the China-Australia Strategic Economic Dialogue.

    07 May 2021

  • Golden Energy wields high yield

    Golden Energy and Resources drew in investors with an 8.875% yield on its bond on Thursday, allowing the mining company to raise $285m.

    07 May 2021

  • Chinese borrowers return to bond market

    Three regular dollar bond issuers from China were the first out of the gates to tap investors on Thursday following a long holiday in the Mainland.

    07 May 2021

  • KB Kookmin Card goes sustainable for dollar debut

    KB Kookmin Card raised $300m from its debut in the offshore dollar bond market this week, using a sustainability-labelled deal to add further momentum to the asset class.

    07 May 2021

  • BOC Aviation flies off with another $250m

    BOC Aviation has raised $250m from a tap of bonds sold just last month, finding solid support from US investors for its comeback.

    07 May 2021

  • Nonferrous Mining digs up HK$990m from placement

    China Nonferrous Mining Corp has raised HK$990m ($127.5m) from the sale of a chunk of shares, offloaded following a surge in its stock price.

    07 May 2021

  • Dollar bond market breaks out in green spots

    Green bonds took centre stage in the US corporate bond market this week, as issuance began to mount again after the recess for earnings blackouts. No less than three deals paired green and conventional tranches.

    06 May 2021

  • Have sustainability-linked covered bonds lost their lustre?

    Green covered bonds no longer have to be reinvented in the face of rising sustainability-linked issuance because banks are now safe in the knowledge that they comply with the EU’s Taxonomy of Sustainable Activities.

    06 May 2021

  • Learning by doing: SLBs to surge, though role still needs defining

    Sustainability-linked bonds are the hot capital markets product of 2021, and are developing so fast that even specialists in the field find it hard to keep up with the pace. The market has benefited from the very early definition of guiding principles last year but, writes Jon Hay, big questions remain about what the instrument is for and how it should be governed.

    06 May 2021

  • Chile leans on foreign buyers with $2bn deal

    Chile raised $2bn in dollar markets on its fourth international bond market outing of the year on Tuesday, achieving slim new issue concessions even as volatility in domestic markets is leading the sovereign to lean more heavily on external funding sources.

    06 May 2021

  • Europeans roll out of blackout as JP Morgan grabs record

    European banks began to access the dollar market this week following first quarter earnings, while JP Morgan stole the show on Wednesday with a record low coupon for a preferred note.

    06 May 2021

  • SSA borrowers spark fee fight after EU cuts back

    Public sector borrowers are looking to follow the EU’s lead and cut underwriting fees in the biggest revamp to the way banks in the market are paid in a decade. Bankers slammed the move as “naive and disruptive” and say that, while it may save a basis point or two in execution, it could cost them far more long term, writes Burhan Khadbai.

    06 May 2021

  • CLO managers look to fat triple-Bs to boost insurance appeal

    Investor appetite for triple-B CLO notes has been a powerful lever encouraging managers to tweak regular CLO structures to boost the size of this tranche and diverting excess spread to shore up the rating. Colloquially known as ‘Kroll deals’, from the rating agency that rates these issues, some managers have structured tranches as large as $100m to satisfy insurers’ quest for yield. But the structure relies in part on sourcing loans at low prices.

    06 May 2021

  • Barclays euro return a 'sign of strength'

    Barclays' first senior euro deal for more than a year has allayed any fears over British risk as the borrower raised €2bn on Wednesday. The bank was joined in the senior market by another rare name, Kommunalkredit Austria.

    06 May 2021

  • Bankers divided on EBA’s LGD consultation

    The European Banking Authority’s consultation assessing risk weights and loss given default of mortgage risk has drawn a mixed response from bankers, with some suggesting the regulator was angling for higher capital charges, while others came to the opposite conclusion.

    06 May 2021

  • Etisalat lands in euros as currency heats up for EM

    Emirates telecom provider Etisalat landed in the euro market with a bond on Thursday, raising €1bn across two tranches in a currency that is fast becoming a home for EM borrowers.

    06 May 2021

  • IG corp buyers show preference for ESG and short maturities

    The demand for sustainability-linked bonds was made clear on Thursday, as French minerals company Imerys’s deal commanded more than double the demand of Swedish property firm Sagax’s conventional trade, despite sharing big similarities.

    06 May 2021

  • Swan song for hung bridges as Golden Goose readies bonds

    Golden Goose, the Italian shoemaker bought by Permira just before the coronavirus pandemic struck Europe, is looking for €470m of senior secured bonds in what may be the last repayment of a bridge facility signed before Covid. Hung bridges for leveraged buyouts were a serious concern for banks at the height of the pandemic but due to governments and central banks supporting the financial markets, lenders sold down the positions successfully — mostly much earlier than Golden Goose, writes Silas Brown.

    06 May 2021

  • Investors drive fledgling green T2 mart

    Bank of Ireland and Westpac found strong demand for debut green tier two deals this week, as investors flock to this growing segment of the ESG market in search of higher returns.

    06 May 2021

  • Barclays EUR750m 5NC4 FRN / EUR1.25bn 1.106% 11NC10 bail-in senior

    06 May 2021

  • Credit investors back new-look Deutsche in AT1 reopening

    Deutsche Bank scored a blowout book with its first euro additional tier one since 2014 this week, as investors rewarded the issuer for progress on its turnaround plan. Banco Santander then gave the asset class another shake, with a deal split across euros and dollars.

    06 May 2021

  • Attractive arb for Deutsche Bahn 12 year Swissie

    Despite paying a chunky new issue premium, Deutsche Bahn was still able to score some attractive arbitrage with its latest Swiss franc deal this week, and with favourable pricing on offer for foreign names, bankers are confident more could follow.

    06 May 2021

  • Bank of Ireland EUR500m 1.375% 10.25NC5.25 green tier two

    06 May 2021

  • Deutsche Bank EUR1.25bn 4.625% PNC7 AT1

    06 May 2021

  • Greece ‘still some way off’ investment grade credit status

    While Greece is nearing a return to investment grade status it still has a way to go before it reaches that summit, according to the major credit agencies.

    06 May 2021

  • European blocks market revved up after deal fest

    A big night for the European blocks market on Tuesday took Europe’s equity capital markets by surprise, with almost €2.9bn printed across three accelerated deals. The success of the sales has given the market hope that there are more opportunities to bring big block trades, writes Sam Kerr.

    06 May 2021

  • LimakPort lining up dollar bond as Turkey holds rates steady

    The new governor of Turkey’s central bank, Şahap Kavcıoğlu, kept rates unchanged at his second monetary policy meeting since taking office. Although a rate cut was unlikely, the decision bodes well for next week’s planned dollar bond issue by LimakPort.

    06 May 2021

  • IG corp investors pile into anything with yield

    Europe’s high grade corporate bond investors clamoured for spread this week, with low triple-B rated companies Aker BP and Holding d’Infrastructures de Transport (HIT) finding ample demand a day after Eni had sold hybrid debt.

    06 May 2021

  • 'Greenium' exists for IG corps even at sub-benchmark sizes

    The demand for sustainability-linked bonds was laid bare on Thursday, as French minerals company Imerys’s SLB commanded more than double the demand of Swedish property firm Sagax’s conventional trade, despite both deals sharing major similarities.

    06 May 2021

  • Tullow tightens docs but gets rescue bond away

    Tullow Oil has tightened the already restrictive terms on a new $1.8bn senior secured bond, applying further limits to dividend capacity and restrictions on paying down its unsecured 2025 bonds early. But the company had few other options to stave off a restructuring, other than taking what the market will bear, and the bond looks set to price at the tight end of the 10.25%-10.5% guidance.

    06 May 2021

  • DCM automation hits milestone with LSEG deal

    A $7bn equivalent nine-tranche bond issued by London Stock Exchange Group in March put the newest generation of bond documentation software through its paces. It was the first deal of its size and complexity to use one of the growing array of automation technology platforms.

    06 May 2021

  • Trinity prices inaugural ESG-linked railcar bonds

    Trinity Industries has priced its first railcar ABS transaction designated as a green bond, from a recently established green ABS framework. As one of the very few labelled US ABS deals outside of solar or PACE, the Trinity transaction enjoyed high demand from traditional and non-ABS investors.

    06 May 2021

  • Euronext triple tranche shows investors favour short end

    Euronext, the Dutch-registered, Paris-headquartered stock exchanges group, brought a €1.8bn triple tranche bond issue on Thursday. Investors showed much larger appetite for the shortest maturity as inflation fears linger.

    06 May 2021

  • First UK SME CLO in the works after senior funding deal

    UK small business lender SME Capital could bring one of the first true SME CLO deals in Europe to market, once it builds up a large enough pool of collateral. The lender has just announced a funding deal with structured credit funds Prytania and Scio Capital, which will allow it to expand its lending capacity and build towards a full sized portfolio.

    06 May 2021

  • Covered bond trio enjoy triumphant results

    DNB Boligkreditt and Sparebank 1 Boligkreditt (Spabol) issued deals flat to their curves with strong demand this week, while Bawag brought the first Austrian transaction through mid-swaps in almost three years.

    06 May 2021

  • Joules gets ESG loan as European banks focus on mid-market

    Joules, the UK outdoor clothing company, has signed a £34m ESG-linked loan package, as European lenders throw more effort into making socially conscious borrowing attractive to smaller borrowers.

    06 May 2021

  • EIB and NIB score in dollars as FMO lines up

    The European Investment Bank and the Nordic Investment Bank found decent demand as they brought the first public SSA dollar deals of the week on Thursday.

    06 May 2021

  • Moves in Brief — May 7, 2021

    Citi’s head of France IB heads to BofA — ECM DACH specialist leaves Citi — BNP Paribas hires Lloyds ABS banker — Redding Ridge raids JP Morgan, Cadwalader

    06 May 2021

  • Covered bond spreads supported for now but long term concerns grow

    Covered bond spreads look well supported for the next few months, traders said this week. But concerns that the European Central Bank may begin tapering purchases just as the European Union ramps up issuance is causing some concern for the longer term.

    06 May 2021

  • The UK shouldn’t chase Spacs

    The Financial Conduct Authority’s plan to look at helping US-style special purpose acquisition companies list in London smacks of short-termism. Even in the US, the epicentre of the Spac craze, there is a growing clamour for the Securities and Exchange Commission to toughen listing rules.

    06 May 2021

  • Kommunalkredit Austria returns to syndicated senior

    Kommunalkredit Austria sold its first public senior bond since its privatisation on Thursday, landing its €300m deal 3bp through where lead managers had seen the balance of investor feedback.

    06 May 2021

  • Equities, asset finance propel SG earnings

    Société Générale posted impressive earnings on Thursday. Like other banks, it had hyperactivity in equities to thank in part for the robust quarter, though the French firm also pointed to a boom in energy, infrastructure and other asset-based financing activities.

    06 May 2021

  • Afflelou launches HY bonds to repay state loans

    French optician Afflelou is looking to sell senior secured high yield notes, in order to pay back state loans and refinance outstanding debt.

    06 May 2021

  • Turkey holds fire on rates as LimakPort lines up to print

    The new Turkish central bank governor Sahap Kavcioglu kept rates unchanged at his second monetary policy meeting since taking office. Although a rate cut was unlikely, the decision bodes well for Turkish port operator LimakPort's planned dollar bond next week.

    06 May 2021

  • Sparebank pays zero premium for €1bn 10 year funding

    Sparebank 1 Boligkreditt (Spabol) priced a €1bn 10 year Norwegian covered bond flat to fair value on Thursday with demand of more than €2bn, showing, once again, the effect of investor demand in an environment of unprecedented negative net supply.

    06 May 2021

  • Westpac follows Bank of Ireland with green T2

    Westpac jumped into the green tier two market for the first time on Thursday, finding plenty of demand for the subordinated and labelled combination.

    06 May 2021

  • Santander eyes dollars and euros for AT1

    Banco Santander was targeting two currencies for additional tier one debt on Thursday, following closely behind a blowout euro deal for Deutsche Bank.

    06 May 2021

  • ZKB ‘bound to perform’ after euro senior debut

    Zuercher Kantonalbank paid a generous spread this week for its first senior deal in euros, as rates investors showed no hesitation in adding exposure to the state-backed financial institution.

    06 May 2021

All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 JPMorgan 92.59 388 8.96%
2 Citi 85.30 278 8.25%
3 BofA Securities 63.15 265 6.11%
4 Barclays 58.01 223 5.61%
5 Deutsche Bank 55.74 184 5.39%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 BNP Paribas 60.87 123 14.06%
2 Credit Agricole CIB 28.59 93 6.60%
3 Santander 25.41 90 5.87%
4 JPMorgan 23.88 61 5.52%
5 UniCredit 21.51 103 4.97%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 Goldman Sachs 2.07 11 10.42%
2 BofA Securities 1.40 6 7.01%
3 Citi 1.37 7 6.87%
4 Morgan Stanley 1.36 6 6.85%
5 JPMorgan 1.31 7 6.59%