During these uncertain times we would like to highlight EDI’s partnership with New Generation Research (NGR) as a distributor of its Bankruptcy Data product.
Bankruptcy Data is the reference source of record for US business bankruptcies, with archives stretching back to the 1980s. Data covering outcome, creditors, assets, fee applications, asset sales, personnel, and hundreds of outer data categories.
Bankruptcy Data is used for credit scoring, tracking hidden liabilities, monitoring executive compensation, uncovering bank exposures, identifying affiliated securities, etc. at hundreds of law firms, investment banks and asset management and advisory firms.
Also included is proprietary new and research, produced by NGR’s specialist editorial staff, who “track” and write news not only about every public company currently operating under Chapter 11 protection, but also before bankruptcy begins. Bankruptcy Data identifies companies showing signs of weakness as part of its daily news activities.
Case information for all companies that file bankruptcy in the 94 U.S. Bankruptcy Courts is imported and updated daily, currently consisting of more than 500,000 bankrupt companies.
How can US Bankruptcy Data help you?
- Stay on top of bankruptcy case activity with Bankruptcy Daily and Bankruptcy Week;
- Conduct industry research using our advanced and customized bankruptcy database search platform;
- Output bankruptcy search results for further analysis and review;
- Generate sales leads with a daily file of bankrupt companies;
- Monitor competition by accessing our professional retention database;
- Feed in-house applications and databases with custom APIs and data feeds.
James Hammond, CEO of New Generation Research, Inc. said: “EDI is a great partner for us. Integrating this data to their reference data collections open the door to new customer categories for Bankruptcy Data, while adding depth to EDI’s products.”
Jonathan Bloch, CEO of EDI said, “Unfortunately during these uncertain times bankruptcy data and alerts on downgrades are important to monitor since it may have an impact on your future investment decisions.”