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Friday, 18th September 2020
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Smurfit, Depfa & Airtricity winners in the FINANCE Magazine Capital Markets Deals of The Year Awards 2008 back
The largest IPO in Irish Stock Exchange history, and the fourth largest in the EMEA area last year, Ireland's largest ever deal, the Depfa-Hypo Finance deal, The sale of Airticity, the sale of FM 104 and four other radio stations to Denis O'Brien's Communicorp, and other ground breaking deals, in the project finance PPP, and finance sectors are among the nine category winners in The FINANCE Magazine Capital Markets Deals of The Year 2008, published in the June issue of Finance.
Click here to see The FINANCE Magazine Capital Markets Deals of The Year 2008, published in the June issue of Finance.

Across nine award categories this year's winners saw off tough competition in a year with a record 82 nominations.
Equity Linked Deal of the Year: Smurfit Kappa IPO. Pictured (l to r) Ian Curley chief financial officer, Smurfit Kappa; Tony Smurfit, chief operating officer, and Gary McGann, chief executive officer.


The 2008 winners are:

Equity/Equity-Linked Deals: Smurfit Kappa IPO

Corporate Finance: Sale of Airtricity to Scottish and Southern Energy

Most Innovative: Hypo Real Estate takeover of Depfa Bank

Mid-market Corporate Finance: Sale of Highland Radio, FM104 and Today FM by E-map to Communicorp

Capital Issues: Ulster Bank Ireland Ltd Mortgage Backed Promissory Notes Scheme

Securitisation: Bank of Ireland Value in Force Securitisation

Loans & Funding: Spencer Dock Convention Centre

Project Finance: Poolbeg Waste-to-Energy Project

Private Placements: OpenHydro
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