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Investment Banking

As one of the leading investment banking services providers to emerging markets, Credit Suisse has executed many of the largest transactions in each region.

Credit Suisse teams have a proven track-record in successfully executing mergers and acquisitions of every complexity, including landmark and cross-border transactions.

Our leading position in debt capital markets enables us to execute major public transactions, complex exchange and in addition to reopening markets for sovereigns, corporate and financial institutions.

Credit Suisse is a full-service emerging markets equities broker, bringing unrivalled liquidity access to clients in almost fifty countries. Credit Suisse's dominance in emerging markets is a result of our leading underwriting abilities, trading and research platforms, execution success, and a strong after-market support.

Transaction Highlights

At Credit Suisse, we have led many landmark deals and transactions in the Emerging Markets, including:

Country Transaction
Brazil Advised Bovespa on its US$20 billion merger with BM&F resulting in BM&FBovespa 
  Advised Companhia Vale do Rio Doce on its US$20 billion acquisition offer for Inco 
China  US$21.9 billion IPO of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  US$3.58 billion IPO of China Pacific Insurance (CPIC) 
India  Dealer manager role in the Tata Motors US$375 million conversion of Foreign Currency Convertible Bond (FCCB) 
  Joint bookrunner in IDFC's US$85 million Qualified Institutions Placement (QIP) 
Mexico  Joint bookrunner in Santander’s US$4.1 billion IPO 
  Co-global coordinator in Alpek’s US$792 million IPO 
  Joint bookrunner in United Mexican States US$2.2 billion global exchange offer 
Middle East and North Africa  Aldar / Sorouh $2bn merger – CS acting as Financial advisor to Aldar
  Amanat $694m IPO – CS acted as Joint Global Coordinator
Russia Lenta $974m IPO – Acting as Joint Global Coordinator and Joint Bookrunner
  ITERA Oil & Gas / Rosneft $2.9bn M&A – CS sole advisor to Rosneft

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