Capital Market Exchange Earns Recognition from MassChallenge and American Airlines

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Capital Market Exchange joined the 2012 MassChallenge class earlier this month.

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“We are honored to be recognized by MassChallenge and American Airlines for our efforts to explain how we provide credit investors a previously unavailable, market-based perspective of a bond’s value,” says Capital Market Exchange President Sarah Biller.

Capital Market Exchange announced it was recognized by MassChallenge and American Airlines for its business idea and presentation earlier this week. The investment industry’s first analytic solution built to quantify dynamic market views of credit risk, Capital Market Exchange provides its network of leading Chief Investment Officers, Portfolio Managers and Credit Research teams a structured approach to identify investment opportunities in the $90 trillion dollar global Fixed Income marketplace.

Capital Market Exchange joined the 2012 MassChallenge class earlier this month. MassChallenge is a Boston-based accelerator program for early stage companies. More than 1,200 companies from around the world applied and 125 finalists were chosen to join the program. American Airlines, a global leader in air travel, is a committed sponsor of MassChallenge’s work to organize innovation and build successful companies.

“American Airlines is committed to fostering the success of small businesses as their importance is critical to the U.S. economy,” said Daniel Roose— American’s Director of Small and Midsize Enterprise Loyalty. “We are honored to sponsor such an amazing contest and congratulate Capital Market Exchange on their innovative and pioneering business concept.”

“We are honored to be recognized by MassChallenge and American Airlines for our efforts to explain how we provide credit investors a previously unavailable, market-based perspective of a bond’s value,” says Capital Market Exchange President Sarah Biller. “Since its founding in the 1930’s, American Airlines has supported trailblazers. This includes hiring the first woman pilot for a major airline to its current work with early stage firms at MassChallenge. We are inspired by American Airlines commitment to us and all companies - big and small – to achieve their goals.”

About Capital Market Exchange: Capital Market Exchange quantifies current factors widely identified to be driving bond spreads. The analysis provides a previously unavailable, market-based perspective of the relative value of bonds by sector and issue among other outputs. The results from its analysis and sophisticated decision support tools enable it to provide actionable, forward-looking insights to well-regarded investment teams on the largest segment of the capital markets, yet one that remains relatively fragmented and opaque

For more information on American’s small business suite of products, visit aa.com/business.

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