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Asia-Pacific M&A Overview: top deals

Activity table of Asia-Pacific (ex Japan) M&A for Y/E 2011
Announced date Bidder company Bidder financial adviser Target company Target/ seller financial adviser Seller company Deal value (US$m)
17-Aug-11 SABMiller JP Morgan; Moelis & Company; Morgan Stanley; RBS Group Foster’s Group Goldman Sachs; Grant Samuel; Gresham Advisory Partners
12,925
29-Aug-11 Temasek Holdings; GIC; CITIC Securities
China Construction Bank (5.44% stake) Bank of America Merrill Lynch Bank of America 8,288
21-Feb-11 BP Morgan Stanley Reliance Industries (23 oil and gas production sharing contracts) (30% stake) Goldman Sachs Reliance Industries 7,200
14-Nov-11 Temasek Holdings; China Investment Corporation
China Construction Bank (4.14% stake) Bank of America Merrill Lynch Bank of America 6,600
15-Feb-11 Shinsegae Co (shareholders) Citigroup E-Mart Samsung Securities Shinsegae Co 6,222
25-Feb-11 PTT Chemical Kasikorn Securities; Kim Eng Securities; UBS PTT Aromatics and Refining Trinity Securities Group
5,704
01-Jul-11 Vodafone Group Goldman Sachs; UBS Vodafone Essar (33% stake) Citigroup; JP Morgan; Morgan Stanley Essar Group 5,460
08-Mar-11 Hyundai Motor; Hyundai Mobils; Kia Motors Goldman Sachs; HMC Investment Securities Hyundai Engineering & Construction (34.88% stake) Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Korea Development Bank; Woori Investment & Securities Hyundai Securities; Hana Bank; Korea Exchange Bank; Kookmin Bank; Citibank Korea; Woori Bank; National Agricultural Cooperative Federation; Shinhan Bank; Korea Finance Corporation 4,443
06-Apr-11 SAIC Motor Guotai Junan Securities SAIC Group (independent auto components assets); SAIC Group (auto service and trading business); SAIC Group (new energy auto business)
Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (Group) 4,365
21-Feb-11 West Australian Newspapers Holdings Ernst & Young; O’Sullivan Partners Seven Media Group Goldman Sachs; JP Morgan KKR; Seven Group Holdings 4,123


Asia-Pacific M&A Overview: top deals

Financial advisers to Indian M&A: Value
Ranking
2011
2010
Y/E 2010 Y/E 2011 House Value (US$m) Deal count Value (US$m) % value change
2 1 Morgan Stanley 14,533 8 25,059 -42.00%
8 2 Goldman Sachs 12,862 3 11,721 9.70%
5 3 UBS Investment Bank 7,455 5 17,639 -57.70%
6 4 Citigroup 7,305 7 13,050 -44.00%
14 5 JPMorgan 6,335 2 10,316 -38.60%
7 6 HSBC 2,754 5 12,119 -77.30%
4 7 Standard Chartered 2,736 3 22,741 -88.00%
50 8 Avendus Capital 2,036 13 128 1490.60%
20 9 Nomura Holdings 1,996 5 2,840 -29.70%
9 10 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 1,933 4 11,663 -83.40%
19 11 Royal Bank of Scotland Group 1,654 2 3,460 -52.20%
- 12 ANZ Bank 1,325 2 - -
23 13 Kotak Investment Banking 1,309 4 1,760 -25.60%
41 14 Ambit Corporate Finance 1,287 3 377 241.40%
11 15= Credit Suisse 1,213 2 11,048 -89.00%
33 15= Jefferies & Company 1,213 2 711 70.60%


Source: mergermarket M&A round-up for year end 2011

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