S&P Global Market Intelligence on July 11 released second-quarter 2019 capital markets league tables for its covered North American sectors.
J.P. Morgan nabs top underwriter spot for bank common stock offerings in H1'19
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC overtook Sandler O'Neill & Partners LP as the top underwriter for common equity offerings by deal value in the U.S. bank and thrift industry, with deal credits totaling $649.1 million.
Citigroup, JPMorgan were top debt underwriters for specialty finance in H1'19
Citigroup Global Markets Inc. worked on 88 debt offerings with total credits of $5.64 billion, while J.P. Morgan Securities worked on 62 debt offerings with total value of $5.49 billion.
Goldman Sachs retains top spot in insurance common equity space through H1'19
Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC held the top spot as it acted as a book manager of Assurant Inc.'s $776.7 million follow-on offering that closed in March.
BofA Merrill tops equity REIT common stock underwriters in H1'19
Bank Of America Merrill Lynch worked on 19 common stock offerings in the first half, with a total deal credit of $3.45 billion.
Charter subsidiary offerings drive US media debt adviser rankings in H1'19
Charter Communications Operating LLC and Charter Communications Operating Capital Corp. accounted for the majority of top-ranked Deutsche Bank Securities Inc.'s $5.31 billion in deal credit for the first half of the year.
Oil and gas
Bank of America keeps lead in Q2'19 oil, gas debt offerings
Bank of America Merrill Lynch worked on 11 debt offerings in the oil and gas sector in the first half, with total deal credit valued at $2.24 billion.
Barclays top underwriter for debt offerings in US utility sector in H1'19
Barclays Capital Inc. served as a book manager for 25 offerings with a total deal credit of $2.73 billion through the first six months of 2019.
J.P. Morgan leads US telecom debt advisers in H1'19 on American Tower offering
J.P. Morgan Securities worked on 10 debt offerings in the U.S. telecommunications sector, which have a total value of roughly $3.60 billion.