DailyDAC Featured in Recent Issue of Dow Jones’ Daily Bankruptcy Review Small Cap Newsletter

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The Distressed M&A Market is Far More Efficient for Larger Companies. DailyDAC Is Helping to Bring Greater Efficiency to the Distressed Middle and Lower Middle Markets.

“makes the distressed M&A [market] … more efficient.

The December 21st issue of Dow Jones’ Daily Bankruptcy Review Small Cap featured an article that examined the greater efficiency of the distressed M&A market involving sales of larger companies, as compared to smaller distressed companies.    

The article expresses the view that lower and middle market sales of distressed companies, whether in chapter 11, through Article 9, or otherwise, simply are not markted as well as sales involving so-called “mega bankruptcies.”

DailyDAC was cited in the article as the only service that “makes the distressed M&A [market] … more efficient.

The article explains that while “[l]arger deals tend to get reported in the mass media … smaller deals just do not [and that while] [p]ublic notices in newspapers serve some function … their usefulness suffers from the fact that these notices are typically run only in the local area where the company at issue is based.”

The article goes onto explain that DailyDAC, brings efficiency to these situations by working relationships with hundreds of professionals and trusted advisors and reviewing thousands of courts dockets and public notices each week, in order to aggregate information on upcoming auctions of troubled companies, distressed and excess assets, and other similar situations.

More About DailyDAC:

DailyDAC- Deal Acquisition Central- searches for investment opportunities for buyers of financially distressed companies, buyers of excess assets, and investors searching for superior returns by investing in or lending to companies that have other urgent capital needs. For more information, go to http://www.dailydac.com and opt-in to receive DailyDAC’s free weekly electronic newsletter.

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