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Global: Five largest Debt Offering deals by value in the Transportation, Infrastructure and Logistics sector (LTM June 2022)

  • A total of 293 Debt Offering deals (pending and completed) were announced in the Global Transportation, Infrastructure and Logistics sector, in the last twelve months resulting in a total deal value of over $97,139.1 million. In the LTM period, November 2021 turned out to be the most prolific in terms of deal size, with a total deal value of $16,119.4 million, resulting in an average deal value of $293.1 million during that month. On the other hand, the month of November 2021 was the most prolific in terms of deal volume, recording a total of 55 deals, resulting in an average deal value of $293.1 million during that month.

  • Of the 293 deals, the deal secured between Banca Popolare di Sondrio; CaixaBank SA; Cassa Depositi e Prestiti SpA; Credit Agricole CIB SA; Intesa Sanpaolo SpA; UniCredit SpA and Ferrovie Dello Stato Italiane SpA, was the largest Debt Offering deal in the Global Transportation, Infrastructure and Logistics sector, which was valued at $2,982.9 million and was completed on June 25, 2021. The second-largest deal was between UK Export Finance and Government of Turkey, while the third-largest deal was between Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank; Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank; Ahli United Bank; Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait; Arab Banking Corp (BSc); Emirates NBD Bank; First Abu Dhabi Bank; Intesa Sanpaolo SpA; Mashreqbank PSC; National Bank of Kuwait and Government Of Egypt. The UK Export Finance-Government of Turkey deal and the Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank; Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank; Ahli United Bank; Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait; Arab Banking Corp (BSc); Emirates NBD Bank; First Abu Dhabi Bank; Intesa Sanpaolo SpA; Mashreqbank PSC; National Bank of Kuwait-Government Of Egypt deal were valued at $2,308.4 million and $1,500.0 million, respectively. The fourth-largest deal was between BNP Paribas SA; Commonwealth Bank of Australia; DZ Bank AG; Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd; Kookmin Bank; Mizuho Bank Ltd; National Australia Bank Ltd; Natixis SA; Nippon Life Insurance Company; Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank Ltd; The Norinchukin Bank; Westpac Banking Corp-Reliance Rail Pty., Ltd. valued at $1,299.5 million, whereas the deal between Bank ICBC (Joint stock company); Deutsche Bank AG; OTP Bank Nyrt-Uralkali valued at $1,250.0 million was the fifth-largest deal.

  • Cumulatively, the top five deals amounted to $9,340.8 million and accounted for nearly 9.62% of the total deals (by value) announced during the last twelve months. By region, Asia-Pacific accounted for 51.30% of the total Debt Offering deals done globally, and recorded a total deal value of $49,914.6 million, which accounted for 58.84% of the total deal size on a global scale.

Global: Five largest Debt Offering deals by value in the Transportation, Infrastructure and Logistics sector (LTM June 2022)

Published: June 2022
Source: GlobalData



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