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VTB Capital leads Dealogic rankings for 1H 2017

 
4 July 2017

VTB Capital leads Dealogic rankings for 1H 2017.

VTB Capital has secured leading positions in Dealogic rankings across DCM, ECM and M&A in Russia, CIS and CEE for the first half of 2017.

The investment bank has become the clear leader in Russia Domestic DCM in terms of both the number and volume of transactions. VTB Capital arranged 32 transactions for a total of $3.5bn and a market share of 36.3%. The bank ranked first in International DCM across Russia, having arranged 19 transactions for a total of $4.8bn, reaching a market share of 26.4%. Moreover, VTB Capital took first place in International DCM across the CIS, having arranged 19 transactions for a total of $4.8bn and a market share of approximately 20%. According to Dealogic, the investment bank took first place in the CEE Total DCM Bookrunner category, where it arranged 51 transactions for a total of $8.3bn and a market share of 12.6%. VTB Capital also has a leading position among CEE International DCM bookrunners.

According to Dealogic, VTB Capital ranked first in ECM across Russia and the CIS. The bank arranged four transactions for a total of $340mn and a 14.6% share of the Russian ECM market. VTB Capital also arranged four transactions for a total of $340mn with an estimated 14% share of the CIS market. Furthermore, VTB Capital has been ranked as one of the leading ECM bookrunners in Central and Eastern Europe.

In the first half of 2017, VTB Capital acted as a consultant on the overwhelming majority of M&A transactions in Russia and the CIS compared to other international and Russian banks. As a result, VTB Capital secured an estimated 33% market share in Russia, having advised on six M&A transactions with a volume of $2.9bn. In the CIS, the investment bank also advised on six transactions with a total deal value of $2.9bn and approximately a 31% market share.

Alexei Yakovitsky, Global CEO at VTB Capital, said: “The deals VTB Capital has successfully completed across ECM, DCM and M&A in the first half of 2017 allowed us to lead Dealogic rankings yet again. We have a solid pipeline of transactions until the end of the year and see increasing demand from clients for our services, so we expect to maintain our leading positions in the investment banking in Russia and internationally.”



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