The London Stock Exchange is pleased to share its 2021 Debt Capital Markets Review. The report provides an overview of global DCM activity and highlights from the London Stock Exchange, including key transactions and initiatives within the financial community.
Key Highlights include:Global Trends in the Debt Capital Markets – over £515 billion on London
2021 was a year that saw strong growth in the London Stock Exchange’s ETP range. Overall, there were 311 new ETPs across the year, divided into 181 ETFs and 130 other types of ETPs. This compares with 193 ETPs listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2020.
Lida Eslami, Head of Business Development, ETP and IOB, London Stock Exchange Group explains that the oth
Whilst 2020 was a year of resilience, 2021 was a year of opportunity.
The landscape changed and the markets were buoyant. We were at the heart of the action - helping our clients uncover new opportunities and growth; supporting issuers in raising capital to fund innovation and sustainability initiatives and supporting our trading clients in tapping into global liquidity.
2021 has been something of a landmark year for the London Stock Exchange and its Exchange Traded Products (ETPs).
Hetal Patel, Manager, Exchange Traded Products, London Stock Exchange, explains that on 3 February 2021, trading in ETPs accounted for 23 per cent of the total London Stock Exchange order book turnover.
The first Exchange Traded Fund (E
The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shock waves through the global economy and forced huge changes to the way individuals, companies and nations live and work.
It has been a truly testing period. The markets have experienced significant volatility, showing a steepest-ever fall of 30% from peak to trough in the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250. In the week that followed the UK lockdown there were 2.9m
Ivan Gilmore, Head of Exchange Traded Products & Global Product Development, London Stock Exchange writes that with the ETF market having just celebrated its 20th anniversary in Europe, it is a good time to reflect on what the ecosystem is currently delivering for ETF investors.
ETFs have become widely adopted across the globe with investors looking to utilise the ETF ‘wrapper’ to
How do you build and grow a market? At London Stock Exchange, our approach has always been guided by our four pillars: innovation; partnership; integrity; and excellence. Over the 20 years since we welcomed our first Exchange Traded Fund (ETF), we’ve applied these principles to the continually developing needs of issuers and investors in this fast-moving market. Today, with a 22%
The London listed investment fund market is more than 150 years old and provides investors exposure to a broad range of geographies and asset classes via a single listed investment fund.
What is a closed-end investment fund? Watch our short film to find out.
Listed investment funds are actively managed, closed-end structures with shares listed and
We are pleased to share LSEG’s Quarterly Debt Capital Markets (DCM) update for Q1 2020.The update provides a review of global DCM activity and key highlights from London Stock Exchange Group, including how we are responding to the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and how we can support your business during this uncertain time.
London Stock Exchange welcomes African Development Bank Group’s first transaction on the Sustainable Bond Market (SBM). Raising $3 billion, the “Fight COVID-19” social bond is the largest green, social or sustainable bond on London Stock Exchange’s SBM from any issuer globally.
The proceeds will be utilised towards enhancing access to essential services,
Admission fees for social and sustainability bonds that aim to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 with relevant use-of-proceeds waived for 3 months. Applies to bonds that are admitted to London Stock Exchange, and meet the eligibility criteria for the Sustainable Bond Market’s social or sustainability segments
During this period of exceptional market volatility and global uncertainty due to the
London Stock Exchange takes its responsibility to ensure the orderly functioning of markets and continuity of services for its customers and other stakeholders very seriously
We have robust business continuity arrangements in place, which are regularly tested, to ensure the safe and orderly functioning of our business and are in close contact with regulators and stakeholders around the
Highlights include:The listing of Kenya’s first Green Kenyan Shilling bond issued by Acorn Holdings, attended by H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta Signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Ghana Stock Exchange & LSEG, attended by H.E. President Nana Akufo-Addo International Bank for Reconstruction & Development’s first Rwandan Franc bond, attended by Jingdong Hua, Vice
We are pleased to share London Stock Exchange's quarterly Debt Capital Markets (DCM) update for Q4 and the year 2019, and a look at what lies ahead in 2020.
The update provides a review of global DCM activity, as well as key product developments and deal highlights from London Stock Exchange's markets.
Sitting at the heart of the world’s most international financial market, London Stock Exchange has always played a central role in attracting ambitious companies from around the world with globally-minded investors. Key to that role is a continual effort to raise awareness of the unrivalled investor base that exists in London seeking exposure to international companies. Similarly, we work to
2019 saw the launch of a number of new initiatives at London Stock ExchangeWe were proud to launch Shanghai London Stock Connect, bringing together one the world’s largest domestic capital markets with one of the world’s leading international markets. We strengthened London’s standing as a global hub for
London is a global hub for sustainable finance. The depth and breadth of our markets provide access to the deepest pool of capital, helping companies to lead the transition to a sustainable and low-carbon economy. Look at our campaign to find out about the Green Economy Mark for issuers and the Sustainable Bond Market. Access our ESG disclosure assessment tool and download our free
On 22 November, London Stock Exchange hosted its invitation-only IPO Forum for more than 100 CEOs and CFOs of private companies, where they were able to hear from institutional investors, professional advisers and companies that have been through the IPO process. This short report captures the key themes of the discussion, with important considerations for any company planning an IPO now or in
This year, four of the largest five Middle East and African IPOs have listed solely in London. The flotations of Network International, Airtel Africa, Finablr and Helios Towers highlights London Stock Exchange’s position as the world’s leading cross-border IPO destination.
Throughout the year, the London Stock Exchange team has been discussing growth aspirations with management teams
Six of the top 10 IPOs in London in 2019 have been from international issuers. Over the past 12 months, we have seen listings from the world’s largest Coca-Cola bottler Coca-Cola European Partners, the world’s leading uranium producer Kazatomprom, and Slovenian bank NLB. This year, we are proud to have been able to support small and medium sized businesses such a Kazakh vanadium producer Ferro
London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) welcomed the Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China for the listing of China’s Euro-denominated bonds in London. This is the first euro deal issued by China in 15 years and the second Chinese sovereign bond to list in London. The issuance received strong demand from international investors, including from the UK and Europe, and has set an