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Infrastructure Systems Engineer

The IT Infrastructure team ensures the smooth operation of a 24x7 highly available globally distributed infrastructure. The team provides support for all systems, network and security infrastructure across Dealogic’s global offices, datacentres and the cloud. The team is responsible for continuous service improvement across the infrastructure to provide a stable and resilient platform for all Dealogic.

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Infrastructure Systems Engineer

The IT Infrastructure team ensures the smooth operation of a 24x7 highly available globally distributed infrastructure. The team provides support for all systems, network and security infrastructure across Dealogic’s global offices, datacentres and the cloud. The team is responsible for continuous service improvement across the infrastructure to provide a stable and resilient platform for all Dealogic.

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Client Associate

The Origination group works the breadth of the investment banking space (M&A, ECM, Fixed Income and Coverage and Strategy teams). The client services team are responsible for managing frontline relationships across all our clients. From supporting users on how to maximise the value they get from the product, to pro-actively engaging with clients to help secure renewals, upticks and expanding the Dealogic footprint.

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$1bn+ IPOs ignite global volume

Mega deals push up volume Global proceeds from initial public offerings (IPOs) stood at $79.6bn so far this year via 564 flotations, with 31.0% of the volume generated by 10 mega deals over $1bn. This is the highest contribution by such deals as a share of total IPO volume since 2014 YTD, when they accounted […]

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Go hybrid and keep acquiring

Vodafone’s ratings game Vodafone Group’s €18.4bn takeover of Liberty Global’s German and central European divisions has been labeled a daring move by some market participants. In response to Vodafone’s plans, Moody’s announced earlier this month a review for downgrade of the UK telecom conglomerate’s Baa1 rating. Considered equally bold, Vodafone’s financing scheme of the acquisition […]

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It’s all about spending cheap money

Outbound deals dominate Japan M&A With the announcement of the biggest Japanese outbound deal on record—Takeda Pharmaceutical’s acquisition of Shire for $81.45bn—2018 YTD surpassed full-year 2017 for Japan outbound M&A volume. The deal also led to a new record high in the percentage of outbound deals as a share of total Japan M&A volume, based […]

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Dry powder unleashed

Sponsors ramp up acquisitions Global M&A has had a fantastic year so far, largely thanks to strategic buyers and their plethora of high-value deals. Overall strategic M&A volume grew 60% to $1.78tr this YTD from $1.11tr in 2017 YTD. However, financial sponsors have also had a part in that growth. Sponsor entry deals have finally […]

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Is new M&A financing finally taking off?

YTD growth in new M&A financing The long-awaited spree for new M&A financing is burgeoning. With global volume YTD reaching $417.5bn across both loans and DCM—trending 29% above 2017 YTD figures—fixed-income bankers have been enjoying wallet contributions from bigger deal sizes. So far this year, M&A-related debt deals generated a total revenue of $3.2bn via […]

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Renewables PF struggle against oil & gas wave

Climate accord and leading PF sectors 2018 is a key year for the Paris Climate Accord, as milestones will be measured by the end of December. At first glance, global project finance (PF) seems to reflect this shift towards renewables. From 2017 YTD to 2018 YTD, oil & gas PF volume decreased 34% to $58.6bn, […]

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The great unwind of a Chinese giant

Getting to the Fortune 500 It took less than two decades for HNA to transform from a domestic airline to a Fortune-500 conglomerate, with $147.4bn in assets as of its June 2017 report. With more than 400 entities, it was the most prominent private-sector contributor to China’s outbound M&A wave between 2015 and 2017. Thanks […]