Deal Pipeline

View: Bonds Equity Loans

Issuer Size (m) Due
Elementia $400m 2024
Tractebel Energia BRL165m
Banco Inbursa MXN6bn
Issuer Size (m) Deal type
Terrafina MXN8.23bn Follow-on
Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe MXN949m IPO
Issuer Size (m) Type
Fibria $180m tap
Fibria $190m tap
Fibria $130m tap
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Deal Database

View: Bonds Equity Loans

Issuer Size (m) Due
Grupo San Jose UF0.7m 2021
Grupo San Jose UF5.6m 2021
Daimler MXN1.5bn 2018
Coopeuch UF3m 2040
Ecuador $750m 2020
EPM COP260bn 2035
EPM COP120bn 2027
EPM COP120bn 2020
EPM COP130bn 2023-Retap
Peru PEN2.25bn 2031-Retap
Issuer Size (m) Deal type
Globant $58.5m SEC
Pinfra MXN8.57bn FO
MercadoLibre $300m ConvertibleBond
Alsea MXN6bn FO
Fibra Uno MXN32.8bn FO
Fibra Prologis MXP6.9bn IPO
AES Gener CLP84.3bn FO
Oi - Preference shares BRL10.5bn FO
Oi - Common shares BRL4.8bn FO
Bancolombia COP2.66tn FO
Issuer Size (m) Type
Cotemar $160m Term
Banco Continental $50
Cydsa $400m Term
GAP MXN1.7bn
Braskem $750
Rassini $120m
Copec $500m Syndicated
Guyana Goldfields $185m
Gasoducto Sur Peruano $600m Mini-perm
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League Tables

View: Debt Equity M&A Fees

Bank Value (m) Deals
Morgan Stanley 3,672 4
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch 2,853 4
JPMorgan 2,325 4
Bank Value (m) Deals
Santander 177 2
Credit Suisse 142 3
Itaú BBA 136 2
Advisor Value (m) Deals
Rothschild 4,551 2
Deutsche Bank 3,525 1
JPMorgan 1,875 1
Bank Revenue (m) Share (%)
Deutsche Bank 20 16.00
Credit Suisse 10 12.70
Morgan Stanley 12 9.50
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