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KBW holds top spot in IPOs with pair of Nashville deals

has worked on more bank IPOs in 2016 than any other underwriter, according toSNL Financial's most recent league table data.

KBW has $238.6million in deal credit from seven IPOs, including two Nashville offerings,CapStar Financial HoldingsInc. and FB Financial Corp, both in September.

With itswork on two third-quarter IPOs, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC prevailed as the topunderwriter by deal value in the bank common equity offerings league tablethrough the first three quarters of 2016. J.P. Morgan — which is credited withsix common equity offerings totaling $489.5 million as of Sept. 30 — served asa book manager in the August IPO of FirstHawaiian Inc., as well as the FB Financial .

worked on 11 deals, including the Capstar .

Based ondeal value, J.P. Morgan also topped SNL's bank and thrift debt offerings leaguetable, with total deal credit of $23.53 billion from 61 offerings. With itswork as a book manager in LegacyTexas Financial Group Inc.'s completed in September, J.P. Morgan took the lead from afterthe third quarter.

In thepreferred equity space, Bank ofAmerica Merrill Lynch was the top underwriter by deal value atquarter-end, with total deal credit of $3.89 billion from 13 offerings.

Sandlerkept its lead in the thrift mutual conversions league table from the end of thesecond quarter.

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