VTB Capital heads industry rankings for Russia and CIS in 2011

4 January 2012
VTB Capital has finished 2011 at the head of a number of key industry rankings for Russia and the CIS, including Equity and Debt Capital Markets, and M&A.

According to Dealogic, VTB Capital was the highest ranking bookrunner on capital stock markets for Russia and CIS in 2011, performing nine transactions worth $2.556bn. This represents 22.6% of the Russian market and 21.6% of the CIS market. 

VTB Capital was also number one in Russian Debt Capital Markets in 2011, according to Dealogic, carrying out 48 deals worth $7.277bn. This constitutes a 26.1% market share. 

Dealogic data also shows that VTB Capital was the 2011 market leader in the management of Eurobonds, with 13 issues for Russian companies with apportioned value of over $2.581bn and a market share of 11.3%; and 21 transactions for companies in the CIS with apportioned value of over $4.22bn and a market share of 13.6%. 

VTB Capital is also ranked number one in Russian and CIS M&A deal volume by Dealogic, with a 14.6% market share in Russia and 12.7% in the CIS. VTB Capital took part in 20 deals totaling $14.044bn.

According to Bloomberg, VTB Capital also secured first position among Eastern Europe Equity Capital Market bookrunners with nine deals totaling $2.825bn.

VTB Capital was also ranked highest in Russian Debt Capital Markets in 2011 by Bloomberg, arranging 42 deals totaling RUB130.170bn. This gave VTB Capital a 16.4% market share.

Alexey Yakovitsky, VTB Capital’s CEO, said: “In early 2011 we set ourselves the ambitious goal of maintaining our leading position in equity capital and debt capital markets as well as among M&A advisers. I am very pleased that we were able to achieve these goals, even in the face of significant turbulence in international financial markets. We are especially delighted that the deals we arranged have received top accolades from the international investment community”.

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