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Indian companies' debt sale dips 19.5% to $52bn, overseas bonds up 60% at $16bn

Jan 05 2014, 16:28 IST
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'i-bankers raked in $98.1 million in fees in year, which is a 22.2 pct decline from previous year.' (AP) 'i-bankers raked in $98.1 million in fees in year, which is a 22.2 pct decline from previous year.' (AP)
Summary'i-bankers raked in $98.1 million in fees in year, which is a 22.2 pct decline from previous year.'

with 11.8 per cent of the deals worth Rs 25,530 crore, down 16.3 per cent.

Axis Capital, the i-banking arm of Axis Bank, topped the ranking for bonds underwriting, with related proceeds of USD 6.7 billion from 160 deals and accounted for 12.9 per cent of the bonds issuance by domestic companies. In terms of its fee, the bank took home USD 6.9 million or 7 per cent of fee pool market share.

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