VTB Capital was ranked first in Dealogic’s FY 2015 league tables in the DCM Bookrunner, ECM Bookrunner and M&A Advisor categories across Russia and CIS.
VTB Capital once again maintained the top position in Dealogic‘s ranking on the volume of transactions in the Russian domestic debt capital market. In 2015, the company arranged 70 transactions for a total of US $5.447 billion with 25 per cent market share.
VTB Capital also ranked first in ECM in Russia and CIS, having arranged eight transactions, amounting to US $720 million and taking a record 40.8 per cent share of the market.
In M&A, VTB Capital has become one of the top 2 leaders in Central and Eastern Europe. In 2015, the bank advised on a total of 15 transactions, equivalent to a volume of US $11.33 billion with a Russian market share of 23 per cent.
, Deputy CEO of VTB Group and Head of Global Banking at VTB Capital, said: “Whilst the Russian IB market was its smallest for some time in 2015 VTB Capital mitigated this effect by significantly increasing our market share and by again increasing our international deal-flow. We are delighted to extend our leadership positions in DCM, ECM and advisory services in Russia and CIS countries and successfully executed a number of landmark transactions that leave VTB Capital ideally placed for when Russian IB activity picks-up. Internationally VTB Capital executed M&A transactions for clients across the world including leading corporates from China, India, the UK, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Turkey and the United States and was rated as one of the leading M&A advisors in Central and Eastern Europe by Dealogic.“
In 2015, VTB Capital was also named Best Investment Bank in Russia by Euromoney Awards for Excellence and International Finance Magazine (UK). VTB Capital was also named Best Investment Bank for M&A in Russia and the UK, based on the votes of market participants and Finance Monthly’s own research. VTB Capital’s research team has been ranked number one by the Extel Survey 2015.
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