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Euromoney June 2011: Your unique guide to the world's debt capital markets

– The best primary debt houses, voted by the world’s biggest borrowers

– The best borrowers, voted by the world’s leading fixed income investors

– The best analysts and teams in credit research

Fixed income investors survey: Fixed income research and Best borrowers
Euromoney has combined its existing Fixed income research survey with a Best borrowers survey asking investors to nominate the Best fixed income issuers globally and across a range of sectors and borrower types that matched categories in the research survey. The survey is therefore in two parts: Best fixed income research house and Best borrower. More information on the Fixed income investors survey

>Fixed income research survey

Institutional investors tell us which analysts have made the best calls in the past 12 months. An invaluable guide to investors looking to diversify their European portfolios.

More information on the Fixed income research poll

>Borrowers survey

Euromoney’s Best borrowers capture the most important names and trends seen across the globe during the past 12 months.

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Primary debt survey
The world’s largest borrowers in the international bond markets rate the products and services offered by the biggest deal arrangers. Who's best at pricing and distribution, team coverage, secondary market support and issuer research? Find out here.

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