January 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;1/10/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p50
Trade Publication
This article focuses on global ranking for global debt & equity, global long-term straight debt, global high grade corporate debt, and global high yield corporate debt for the time period between December 31, 2003 and December 31, 2004. Some of the bookrunners included in the list are: Citigroup; Morgan Stanley; JP Morgan Chase; Merrill Lynch; Lehman Brothers; CSFB; Deutsche Bank; UBS; Goldman Sachs; BofA Securities; Barclays Capital; Bear Steams; Royal Bank of Scotland; HSBC Holdings; and ABN Amro.


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