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BANKING

Deals of the year 2010: CEE regional awards

Poland on its own for investor appeal: Warsaw Stock Exchange is the standard bearer for privatization.

WSE
Issuer: Warsaw Stock Exchange
Pricing date: October 28 2010
Size: Z1.2 billion ($422 million)
Joint global coordinators: Citi, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, UBS
VTB
Issuer: VTB Bank
Date: December 10 2010
Size: RMB1 billion ($151.8 million)
Maturity: December 23 2013
Issuer ratings: Baa1/BBB/BBB
Coupon: 2.95%
Bookrunners: HSBC, VTB Capital
Lukoil
Issuer: Lukoil International Finance
Date: December 9 2010
Size: $1.5 billion
Maturity: June 16 2015
Conversion price: $73.7087
Conversion premium: 30.0% (fixed)
Coupon: 2.625% semi-annual
Issuer ratings: Baa2/BBB–/BBB–
Bookrunners: Barclays Capital, Citi, Deutsche Bank
BTA Bank restructuring
Date: default April 2009, restructuring completed September 2010
Total debt restructured: $16.7 billion
Restructuring team: Lazard Freres, UBS, M Favale-Tarter LLC, White & Case
Asset recovery: Hogan Lovells, John Howell & Co

IF THE EMERGING markets east of Frankfurt had ever been correlated, 2010 was the year when they went their separate ways.