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Primary debt poll methodology

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Euromoney’s 2010 primary debt poll: Results


Funding officials at borrowers in the global debt capital markets are asked to rate their top three preferred banks in one of three categories: services to clients, major currency sectors, and by product type.


Scores are calculated as follows: Four points are awarded for the first choice in each category, three points for the second place and two points for third place. The overall score is then the total of these scores. The overall, global table is calculated by taking the sum of all the individual service, currency and product category scores.


We received 141 valid responses to the survey. Up 74% from last year.


Voter breakdown by respondent type

Corporate 48.94%

Sovereign, Supranational, Agency 26.95%

Bank 24.11%





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