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    Ziggo could lift Avio

    Equities | 27 October 2012

    Cinven and Warburg Pincus are building a good reputation among equity investors with their gradual exit from Ziggo. Bankers suggest the two, particularly Cinven, which made a lot of friends through its IPO and exit from Amadeus, could mark themselves out from the rest of private equity and receive a warmer welcome when they offer further assets in the future.

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    Year of failure prompts ECM change

    Top News | 10 February 2012

    Investors are changing strategy to become more proactive participants in European equity capital markets after two years of contracting volume and poor aftermarket performance. Two hires by institutional investors this month show the largest buyside accounts will no longer be passive and are looking to work with banks on structuring trades to ensure success.

  • UK Students

    Xior funds for acquisitions

    Ticker | 30 May 2018

    Xior Student Housing is back with another rights issue to fund investments, a little under 12 months since its previous fundraising.

  • Unicredit

    Why TERP discounts shouldn't matter

    Ticker | 04 January 2012

    The launch of UniCredit’s €7.5bn rights issue this morning has provoked a dramatic drop in the Italian bank’s share price after headlines on the wires highlighting the “huge discount” new shares are offered at.

  • Westerman heads east

    People & Markets | 04 February 2012

    Goldman Sachs has appointed Matthew Westerman and Dan Dees as co-heads of investment banking for Asia-Pacific ex-Japan. Westerman moves from his current London-based role of global head of ECM and Dees switches across from running the financing group – primary debt and equity – in Asia-Pacific and chairman of

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    Way clear for ADB to relaunch IPO

    Equities | 21 August 2015

    The IPO of Agricultural Development Bank is in limbo following the end of proceedings to block the float in the Supreme Court but with no decision on relaunching last week. A revival of the privatisation is imminent and should simply involve a new closing date, with no terms of the deal required to change

  • Waha Capital picks Dib as COO

    Ticker | 10 October 2016

    BNP Paribas’s former head of EMEA ECM Alain Dib has joined Waha Capital as chief operating officer, only a few months after leaving the French bank.

  • Volkswagen badges

    VW revives European mandatories

    Top News | 10 November 2012

    Claims that a single deal can reopen or reprice a market are typically hyperbole, yet Volkswagen’s €2.5bn mandatory convertible bond issue was the first in Europe for three years and showed that there is appetite for the product beyond hedge funds.

  • Volkswagen

    VW motors with €2.5bn mandatory

    Capital City | 06 November 2012

    Volkswagen raised its maximum target of €2.5bn through the sale of mandatory convertible bonds, which launched after the close last night, after successfully securing demand from outright investors in the US and Europe.

  • Emblems of VW Golf VII car are pictured in a production line at the plant of German carmaker Volkswagen in Wolfsburg

    VW gives 2012 CBs a facelift

    Top News | 14 June 2013

    European equity-linked issuance had dropped off so much in the second quarter that any deal is an event, but the return of 2012’s convertible bond poster child Volkswagen truly was a significant moment for this small but cherished market.

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