Pillsbury ends the first half of 2020 with top 20 rankings in several league tables for M&A and capital markets deals.

“Despite the ongoing pandemic, our corporate and securities teams’ performance remains strong,” said Jeffrey Delaney, Pillsbury’s firmwide Corporate and Securities practice section leader. “The firm is pleased to once again earn the market’s recognition and we aspire to have a robust second half of the year.”

In the area of capital markets, Pillsbury was ranked for the first half of 2020, as follows:

Bloomberg:

  • #2 for U.S. Utilities Corporate Bonds (Manager) by deal count
  • #3 for U.S. Utilities Corporate Bonds (Manager) by deal value
  • #8 for U.S. Equity Linked (Manager) by deal count
  • #15 for U.S. Equity Linked (Manager) by deal value
  • #17 for U.S. Equity Linked (Issuer) by deal value
  • #17 for U.S. Corporate Bonds (Manager) by deal count
  • #17 for U.S. Investment Grade Bonds (Manager) by deal count
  • #17 for Global Bonds (Manager) by deal count

Refinitiv

  • US Straight Debt Excluding ABS & MBS (Manager) – 15th by deal count
  • US Straight Debt Including ABS & MBS (Manager) – 16th by deal count

In the area of M&A transactions, Pillsbury was ranked for the first half of 2020, as follows:

Factset

  • #18 U.S. Middle Market M&A (Announced) by deal count

Refinitiv

  • #14 German M&A (Completed) by deal value
  • #16 European M&A (Completed) by deal value
  • #16 Japan M&A (Completed) by deal value

Bloomberg

  • #14 Brazil M&A (Announced) by deal value