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Euromoney Deals of the Year and Debt Poll of Polls

DEALS THAT CHANGED THE MARKET IN 2006. To be published in the February 2007 edition of Euromoney.


Which are the financings that defined the capital markets in 2006? This year, Euromoney will recognise half a dozen deals which will for ever be associated with the past 12 months.

We are looking at deals in the following broad areas for any client group involving all or any asset classes – debt, equity, structured finance, structured credit, and structured equity.

The deal might be a leveraged financing, linked to M&A or conducted for general corporate purposes.

It might be innovative and heavily structured, or it might be the deal that sparked many imitators, or that revealed a new seam of demand.

These are the deals that stretched and redrew the boundaries of the possible in the capital markets in 2006.

We are inviting a maximum of THREE nominations from interested parties. These must be written on NO MORE THAN ONE SIDE OF A4 PAPER and be submitted to Clive Horwood, Euromoney’s Editor (, and Alex Chambers, Fixed Income Editor (, preferably by December 18th but by no later than December 31st, 2006.

Once nominations have been received we may ask you to arrange an interview to discuss the deal in greater depth.

The winners will be revealed in the February edition of Euromoney.

Debt Poll of Polls

This edition will also include, for the first time, Euromoney’s Debt Poll of Polls – an aggregation of the magazine’s three new fixed income polls in 2006 (Primary markets – June; Structured credit – August; Debt trading – November) that will give a unique insight into the overall strengths of banks in the core areas of global fixed income.

Any other questions, contact Clive or Alex.

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