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From left to right: Frank Kennedy and Valéry Barrier

Deutsche Bank plugs Rexel into the markets

April 2, 2013

Acting quickly was vital for Deutsche Bank to enable its private equity client to lower its holdings in a leading electrical supplier without unleashing sustained pressure on the share price.

Goldman team shows steely resolve

Steely resolve from Goldman convertibles team

March 1, 2013

Flexibility was vital for global coordinator Goldman Sachs to enable ArcelorMittal to raise capital through a dual-tranche equity and convertibles issue while preserving the ownership status of the Mittal family.

teaser-Rothschild navigates Peel Ports to calm waters

Rothschild navigates Peel Ports to calm waters

February 1, 2013

As bank debt becomes harder to source and borrowers turn to new bond market structures, independent advisory banks such as Rothschild are seeing their role increase – or perhaps return to historical levels – as was shown in its role refinancing the debt for a UK port owner.

ABN Amro alumni find their niche

IDCM leads Europe's smaller players into the market

January 2, 2013

A boutique capital markets firm launched by ABN Amro alumni, Independent Debt Capital Markets, is using its niche expertise to enable mid-tier companies to access debt capital markets in new formats.

Nomura taps into eurozone optimism

Nomura taps into eurozone optimism

December 3, 2012

Nomura's debt capital markets team was an active bookrunner as market access for peripheral eurozone issuers was restored in the third quarter of 2012.

TEASER-Green energy feels the chill

Green energy feels the chill

December 3, 2012

Tighter bank financing, falling government subsidies and rising US shale gas production are all putting the squeeze on the renewable energy industry.

UBS helps lead European dash for Tier 2

UBS helps lead European dash for Tier 2

November 1, 2012

European banks have given up waiting for clarity on the final form of capital regulations, and began issuing new Tier 2 hybrid bonds to strengthen their capital structures. Asian high-net-worth individuals proved a fertile source of investment, and UBS was able to combine its Asian presence and private banking expertise to exploit the opportunity.

Moelis team

Moelis comes good for Natixis's bad bank

September 3, 2012

When Natixis sought to unwind its exposure to structured credit correlation and counterparty risks, it needed an independent adviser that could combine complex valuation skills with a merger and acquisition process. Moelis fitted the bill.

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Russian first marks WestLB’s last stand

August 1, 2012

A diversified payment rights securitisation for ZAO Raiffeisenbank reopened this important source of funding in Russia for the first time since the financial crisis, but joint lead manager WestLB will not be around to manage follow-up deals.

Citi’s central and eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa debt capital markets team: (from left) Ignacio Temerlin, Peter Charles, Blazej Dankowski, William Weaver and Vassiliy Tengayev

Citi makes the most of emerging debt volatility

July 2, 2012

Citi’s debt capital markets team switched nimbly between reopening Russian markets when risk appetite was high and placing Gulf state sukuk when investors searched for safety.

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