Amazon Ipo Lead Left Bookrunner

Amazon ipo lead left bookrunner

In investment banking, a bookrunner is usually the main underwriter or lead-manager/arranger/coordinator in equity, debt, or hybrid securities issuances.[1] The bookrunner usually syndicates with other investment banks in order to lower its risk.

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The bookrunner is listed first among all underwriters participating in the issuance. When more than one bookrunner manages a security issuance, the parties are referred to as "joint bookrunners"[2] or a "multi-bookrunner syndicate".[3][4]

The bank that runs the books is closest to the issuer and controls the allocations of shares to investors, holding significant discretion in doing so, which places the bookrunner in a very favored position.

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  1. ^"Book Runner", Investopedia.
  2. ^"Marfin enlists Deutsche, MS as cap increase bookrunners".

    Reuters. 27 October 2008. Retrieved 19 December 2019.

  3. ^Stowell, David P. (2010). An Introduction to Investment Banks, Hedge Funds, and Private Equity.

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    Burlington, MA, San Diego, CA and London: Academic Press. p. 42.

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    ISBN .

  4. ^Espinasse, Philippe (2018). Cornerstone Investors: A Practice Guide for Asian IPOs. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

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    p. 67. ISBN .

  5. ^Geddes, Ross (2003). IPOs and Equity Offerings.

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    Elsevier Finance. Oxford, England and Burlington, MA: Elsevier.

    Amazon ipo lead left bookrunner

    p. 172. ISBN .

  6. ^Iannotta, Giuliano (2010). Investment Banking: A Guide to Underwriting and Advisory Services.

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    Heidelberg, Dordrecht, London and New York: Springer Science & Business Media. p. 70. ISBN .

Amazon ipo lead left bookrunner