The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia's. Please help to establish notability by citing that are of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be, or.Find sources: – ( May 2015) Refinitiv league tables are produced by that capture market activity and deal leadership across the, issuance, and US municipal bond markets. Rankings measure aggregated transactional data by value and number of deals, sector and geography, and imputed fees and are designed to serve as an independent standard for the measurement of deal leadership. Contents.Usage Financial and legal advisors, underwriters, and trustees in capital markets and M&A transactions use league tables to demonstrate their expertise to clients in a specific sector of the deal-making market.
League tables serve the needs of global and regional investment banks and professional services firms who typically use them in promotional materials or client pitches. Corporations also use them in order to help them decide which institutions to hire to help them conduct strategic corporate actions. League tables also function as an analytical tool for market share and trend analysis.Thomson Reuters describes its league table rankings as being founded upon globally consistent criteria informed by constant feedback from market participants in order to ensure the treatment of transactions and accreditation of firms is representative of market activity.Thomson Reuters offers the ability for its users to customise league tables based on their own preferences but additionally provides a wide set of standardised rankings which are based on a fixed and transparent criteria. Typically it is these standardised league tables which are used by the press to report on market activity and changes and trends within the deal making community.Access to distributed league table rankings can be found at this website which requires free user registration. Table Global Debt, Equity & Equity-relatedBillions of $, number of issues in parenthesesYearUnderwriting ActivitySource2008$4,715 (13,542)Q4 2008 report2007$7,510 (22,256)Q4 2007 report2006$7,643 (21,818)Q4 2006 report2005$6,511 (20,118)Q4 2005 report2004$5,693 (20,066)Q4 2004 report2003$5,326 (19,706)Q4 2003 report2002$4,257 (14,070)Q4 2002 report2001$4,112 (NA)Q4 2001 reportSee also.References.
Global Volume RampantGlobal M&A during H1 2018 has reached its highest levels since H1 2007, with volume totaling $2.49tr via 17,611 deals. The surge in volume represents an increase of 57% in comparison to the same period of 2017, largely due to a sharp rise in mega deals. Such deals over $10bn have dominated the global M&A landscape this first half, especially in EMEA and the US.
33 mega deals were announced in H1 2018, the biggest of which is Takeda Pharmaceutical’s $81.5bn bid for Shire. Sponsor M&A has also rallied during H1 2018, reaching its highest volume since H1 2007 with $494.5bn via 2,089 deals.H1 2018 M&A volume should, however, be regarded as rose-tinted. Several high-value bidding wars, hostile offers, and competing offers will inevitably reduce global volume—most notably Comcast and Walt Disney’s bids for Twenty First Century Fox’s assets and Sky, which would account for over $100bn of lost volume alone. For that reason, we can expect drastic changes in the rankings during the second half of the year.
Americas Telecom Boost MarketM&A activity in US-targeted transactions had their strongest start on record in H1 2018, with $1.06tr in volume among 4,425 deals. This is a 74% increase in volume compared to the same period last year ($609.4bn). The number of deals, however, dropped by 17% year-on-year.Increased activity in the telecommunications sector helped boost the results. Several mega telecom deals drove the trend, such as Sprint’s acquisition by T-Mobile US ($59.9n), and Walt Disney’s revised offer for Twenty-First Century Fox ($84.8bn), announced late 2017 and expected to close soon.
UK Driving EMEA to New HeightsH1 2018 stood out with the highest volume since H1 2000, reaching $300.1bn, a 195% increase compared to H1 2017. The significant rise is attributed to the fact that almost half of the EMEA-targeted deals valued at $10bn or more are UK-targeted, including the largest global deal so far this year (Takeda’s $81.5bn bid for Shire). Accordingly, the UK is on top of EMEA M&A volume by target nationality.In addition, the acquisition of consumer healthcare–business Novartis AG by GlaxoSmithKline ($13.0bn) helped the boost seen in the healthcare industry, making it the leading sector for M&A with EMEA nationality for the first time since H1 2010. If all announced deals this year reach completion, these mega deals will have a direct impact on EMEA revenue: 2018 could end up with one of the highest H1 revenues on record. Continuous growth of APAC softwareAPAC software-targeted M&A volume has increased drastically over the past 10 years, reaching the record high volume for the first half of 2018 with $107.5bn (via 1,185 deals)—18.9% of total APAC M&A volume. Among all the APAC announced deals in H1 2018, 4 of the top 10 deals are software-targeted.
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They include the acquisition of Ant Small & Micro Financial Services by Alibaba at $19.8bn and Ant’s subsequent $14.0bn funding round.China Renaissance led the APAC M&A software revenue ranking, totaling $18.6m over 30 deals with a wallet share of 17.4% this H1. Its revenue nearly doubled the previous period’s total of $9.8m with a wallet share of 8.7%. Meanwhile, Credit Suisse has more than doubled its H1 revenue to $15.4m and 14.4% of the wallet, from its previous H1 revenue of $6.3m and wallet share of 5.5%.– Written by Dealogic ResearchData source: Dealogic, as of June 30, 2018 for the underlying data, or learn more about the powerful.