Euromoney said: “Carnegie takes Euromoney’s award for best equity house after it acted as lead manager or co-lead manager in six of nine IPOs over $100 million in the Nordic and Baltic region – in other words, two-thirds of all big issuers included Carnegie in the IPO syndicate. The bank also took a 29% market share in bookbuilding – 28 deals in total.
It participated in six of the 10 largest Nordic bookbuildings during the period under review (April 1 2010 to March 31 2011) and was the sole Nordic selling agent and the only investment bank besides Goldman Sachs involved in the SEK 28 billion (USD 4.4 billion) accelerated bookbuild in Volvo – the largest Nordic equity capital market transaction ever.”
Björn Jansson, co-head of the business area Securities, comments:
“We have received this award because our customers appreciate the good work we are doing and it is always gratifying to obtain such recognition. It’s all about teamwork in which we have managed to piece together the various components into a well-functioning unit. And our customers appreciate that.”
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Carnegie is a leading independent investment bank with Nordic focus. Carnegie provides value-added services in securities brokering, investment banking, private banking and asset management to institutions, corporations and private clients. Carnegie has approximately 900 employees in eight countries.