January 29, 2016 | Cbonds
|Cbonds published annual league tables of investment banks–bookrunners broken down by regions and types of securities:|
EM international bonds - http://cbonds.com/rankings/item/323;
CIS Eurobonds - http://cbonds.com/rankings/item/325;
DM international bonds (excl. USA) - http://cbonds.com/rankings/item/321;
US international bonds - http://cbonds.com/rankings/item/327.
You can also build up-to-date league tables in Cbonds League Table Generator: http://cbonds.com/rankings/generator/.
The first place in Investment Banks League table is taken by HSBC Bank, which placed international bonds for $39.8 bln in 2015 (market share is 9.7%). The second position is occupied by Citigroup ($38.5 bln, 9.4% of the market), JP Morgan is in the third line ($30.7 bln and 7.5% of the market). In 2014 the places were the same. The positions from 4 to 10 are as follows: Deutsche Bank ($25.2 bln), Bank of America Merrill Lynch ($24.6 bln), Standard Chartered Bank ($16.7 bln), Barclays ($15.5 bln), Morgan Stanley ($15.4 bln), BNP Paribas ($13.3 bln), Goldman Sachs ($11.8 bln). In total, the league table comprises issues for $411 bln, while in 2014 the placement volume of Plain Vanilla international bonds by EM issuers amounted to $537 bln. In the CIS region the difficult geopolitical situation made it impossible for many issuers to enter the market. The issuers placed only $29.6 bln bonds. JP Morgan tops the Investment banks league table ($3.4 bln), Citigroup ranked second ($2.5 bln), UBI Banca closes the top 3 with the volume of $1 bln. Among the few Russian deals on bond placement in the international market, the first three positions are taken by: UBI Banca ($1 bln), Unicredit ($0.7 bln), JP Morgan ($0.5 bln).
The first place in Investment banks league table for DM international bonds (excl. the USA) belongs to JP Morgan ($94.3 bln), Barclays is the second ($82.1 bln), the third line is taken by HSBC ($78 bln). In the league table for the USA (including both bonds and international bonds) JP Morgan is the leader ($176.8 bln), followed by Bank of America Merrill Lynch ($170.3 bln), and Citigroup is the third ($130.2 bln).
Cbonds has been publishing league tables since 2003. League Tables take into account only Plain Vanilla Eurobonds, while such securities as euro-commercial papers (ECP), structured products, securitization instruments and non-market products are not included in the league tables.
Company: Cbonds Group
|Full company name||Cbonds Ltd|
|Country of risk||Russia|
|Industry||Information and High Technologies|