Maybank Investment Bank has a dedicated team for Equity Capital Markets (ECM) that provides solutions and executes equity and equity-linked transactions such as Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), Rights Offerings, Placements and Offerings of Convertible Securities. With a strong regional and international distribution platform, we are able to harness demand from institutional investors across the globe and successfully bring to market landmark transactions.
We believe in fostering close advisory relationships with fund managers, governments, corporations and private companies, particularly in a dynamic and ever-changing market environment. This gives us valuable market insights on ,inter alia, a wide range of financing strategies, investor behaviour, and performance of key market participants, which in turn encourages the syndication, marketing and distribution of our ECM deals to the widest array of investors to get optimal pricing of the transactions.
Maybank IB’s Equity Capital Markets has successfully completed a number of landmark transactions and the various awards won are a testament to our performance, track record and expertise in bringing companies of various sizes to market with great success, for our clients.
The issuance of shares to the public for the first time. They are often issued by smaller, younger companies seeking capital to expand, but can also be done by large privately-owned companies looking to become publicly traded.
The issuance of rights to a company's existing shareholders to buy a proportional number of additional shares at a given price (usually at a discount) within a fixed period.
The sale of new or existing shares to pre-identified investors as a way of raising capital/funds.
Convertible issues are typically fixed-income securities such as debentures and preferred stock that give the holder an option, at a predetermined time or price to exchange the security for another asset, generally a fixed number of shares. For the issuer, the issuance of convertible securities has the advantage of, amongst others, securing lower fixed-rate borrowing costs and deferring the dilution of voting rights