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An outstanding award season for Deutsche Bank in Asia-Pacific

In an outstanding 2007 industry award season so far, Deutsche Bank has won 47 awards in Asia in recent weeks. This included the highly prestigious Bank of the Year 2007 from International Financing Review (IFR) Asia.

Recent announcements from industry magazines IFR Asia, FinanceAsia, Asiamoney and The Asset saw Deutsche Bank Asia Pacific win a total of 16 house awards and feature in 31 deal awards.
Some of the award season highlights, in addition to being named Bank of the Year 2007 from IFR Asia, included: a clean sweep of the major IFR Asia Derivatives awards, where Deutsche was named overall Derivatives House of the Year, Derivatives House – Equity, and Derivatives House – Fixed Income / Commodities; dominance in the Best Mid-Cap Equity House category, with Deutsche claiming this award from both FinanceAsia and The Asset; and being named Finance Asia’s International Bond House for the third consecutive year while also picking up Asiamoney’s inaugural Best Debt Arranger award.

The full list of awards appears below.

IFR Asia (December 2007)
House awards
Bank of the Year

Derivatives House of the Year

Derivatives House – Equity House of the Year

Derivatives House – Fixed Income and Commodities

Australia New Zealand Securitisation House of the Year
Deal awards
Best Vietnam Capital Markets Deal (Vinashin Bond)

Best Singapore Capital Markets Deal (DBS bond)

Best Macau Capital Markets Deal (Melco PBL Gaming Macau financing)

Best Syndicated/Leveraged Loan (Tata Steel’s financing backing its acquisition of UK-based Corus Steel)

Best Investment Grade Bond (ICICI three-tranche bond)

FinanceAsia (December 2007)
House awards
Best International Bond House, Asia

Best Mid-Cap Equity House, Asia

Best Securitisation House, Australia and New Zealand
Deal awards
Deal of the Year – Tata Steel’s $12.2 billion acquisition of Corus

Best M&A Deal – Tata Steel’s $12.2 billion acquisition of Corus

Best Cross Border M&A Deal – Tata Steel’s $12.2 billion acquisition of Corus

Best Leveraged Financing – $600 million financing package arranged for KKR’s acquisition of MMI Holdings

Best Project Financing Deal – Melco PBL Gaming’s $1.75 billion senior secured credit

Best Equity Deal – Alibaba.com’s $1.5 billion IPO

Best IPO – Alibaba.com’s $1.5 billion IPO

Best Investment Grade Bond – ICICI’s $2 billion offering

Best Bank Capital Raising – DBS Bank Limited’s $2 billion dual-tranche offering

Best Local Currency Bond – Vinashin’s 10-year Vnd3 trillion senior unsecured notes

Best Vietnam Deal – Vinashin’s 10-year Vnd3 trillion senior unsecured notes

Best Australia New Zealand M&A – Wesfarmers/Coles, A$20.7 billion acquisition

Best Australia and New Zealand Securitisation Deal – PUMA Masterfund P-13, A$500 million RMBS

Best Australia and New Zealand Local Bond Deal – Swiss Re, A$750 million perpetual notes

Most Innovative Deal Australia and New Zealand – B&B/SPI acquisition of Alinta, A$13.8 billion

Asiamoney (December 2007)
House awards
Best Debt Arranger
Deal awards
Best M&A (Tata Steel’s £6.2 billion acquisition of Corus Group)

Best High-Yield Bond (Neo-China Group Holdings US$400 million 9.75% 2014 bond).

The Asset (November and December 2007)
House awards
Best Mid-Cap Equity House

Best Emerging Markets Bond House

Best Foreign Investment Bank, Australia

Best Debt House, Australia

Best LBO Arranger, India

Best Debt House, Indonesia

Best Foreign Investment Bank, Pakistan
Deal awards
Best Bank Capital Bond (DBS Bank US$2 billion, lower tier 2 bond)

Best Investment Grade Bond (ICICI Bank US$2 billion, three-tranche bonds)

Best Local Currency Bond (Vinashin 3 trillion dong bond)

Best Cross-Border M&A (US$13 billion acquisition of Corus by Tata Steel)

Best Syndicated Loan (Tata-Corus £3.67 billion acquisition financing)

Best Deal Australia (Alinta acquisition)

Best Deal India (Corus acquisition by Tata)

Best Deal Pakistan (Republic of Pakistan)

Best Deal Vietnam (Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry)

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