January 06, 2019 – 17:05 – Dubai – Bloomberg has published its EMEA Capital Markets Tables, representing the top arrangers, bookrunners and advisors across various deals including syndicated loans, bonds, equity and M&A transactions in 2018.
highlights for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region for include:
syndicated loans, total MENA borrower loans increased by 52.8% to $127.2
billion compared to 2017. This is the highest amount on record, surpassing the
previous high set in 2007. First Abu Dhabi Bank ranked as the top MENA borrower
loans bookrunner for FY 2018 with 8.85% of credited market share. HSBC and
Standard Chartered ranked second and third with 7.16% and 6.91% of credited
market share, respectively. Saudi Arabian-based borrower’s leads the rankings
with 35.54% market share, followed by U.A.E. and Oman -based borrowers with
27.61% and 9.9% respectively.
bonds and sukuk, total MENA credited volume decreased by 12.8% to $86.5
billion, compared to 2017. This is the second highest amount on record, with
the highest recorded in 2017. Standard
Chartered Bank ranked as the top MENA bonds and sukuk underwriter for FY 2018
with a market share of 16.46%. HSBC and Citi ranked second and third,
respectively, with a market share of 9.84% and 8.27%. U.A.E.-based issuers led with 25.34% market
share, followed by Qatar and Saudi Arabia-based issuers with 23.35% and 19.87%,
- Global Islamic financing increased by 14.6% to $32.95 billion compared to 2017. Dubai
Islamic Bank is the top bookrunner with 9.55% of credited market share.
International sukuk credited volumes decreased by 14.2% to $25.06 billion
compared to 2017. HSBC held the top underwriter spot with 13.54% of market