Stephen Lacey is US Editor for International Financing Review, helping to oversee editorial content across the region. He has particular expertise in coverage of the equity capital markets – IPOs, follow-on stock sales, and equity-linked securities – spanning the entire corporate life cycle, from venture and private equity to entry and maturation in the public markets.
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There is no bigger client to Wall Street than Blackstone Group. Entering the week, the alternative asset manager had doled out US$760.2m in fees globally this year across all products (M&A, loans, bonds, equities), including a staggering US$381.1m from equity underwritings alone, based on Thomson Reuters estimates – the second-highest payers are affiliates of Goldman Sachs with a distant US$429.9m paid.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is moving ahead with its planned capital raising in what is the first of a series of transactions leading to the consolidation of its operations. The automaker has selected JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Barclays and UBS to run the previously announc
Fiat Chrysler Group is moving ahead with its planned capital raise, in what is the first of a series of transactions leading to the consolidation of its operations. The auto manufacturer plans to sell 35m Treasury shares and raise additional proceeds from the sale of a mandatory convertible security, the company indicated this morning in an updated registration statement.