Lead arranger

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Lead arranger

The senior tier of arranger

Lead Arranger

In investment banking, an underwriting firm that leads a syndicate. A syndicate is a group of underwriters responsible for placing a new issue of a security with investors. Every syndicate is a temporary arrangement. The lead arranger assigns parts of the new issue to other underwriters for placement and usually takes the largest part itself. It is also called a managing underwriter or a syndicate manager or, less formally, a book runner.
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The acting lead book-running manager was Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC, acting book running managers were Barclays Capital Inc and JP Morgan Securities LLC and the acting co-managers were JMP Securities LLC and Keefe Bruyette & Woods Inc.
The book running managers for this combined offering are UBS Investment Bank and RBC Capital Markets.
The joint book running managers for the offering are Merrill Lynch & Co.
The joint book running managers for this offering are Merrill Lynch & Co.
The joint book running managers for this combined offering are UBS Investment Bank and RBC Capital Markets.
The joint book running managers for the mandatory convertible unit offering will be JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley with Deutsche Banc Alex.