The Report unpacks data from more than 2,300 case dockets and over 15,000 claim transfer notices into quick and easy to digest graphs, charts and text, bringing to law and finance professionals an unprecedented look at trading volumes.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) September 01, 2016
Chicago-based Chapter11Dockets.com has released its comprehensive report, The Year In Bankruptcy Claims Trading: 2015 Plus First Half 2016 Update. The 40-page report is a complete review of all claims traded in large corporate Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases nationwide between January 1, 2014 and June 30, 2016.
The Company expects the report to benefit its clients by saving time consuming and expensive research and allowing them to make first-to-market decisions with cutting edge insight into the bankruptcy claims trading landscape.
The report unpacks data from more than 2,300 case dockets and over 15,000 claim transfer notices into quick and easy to digest graphs, charts and text, bringing to law and finance professionals an unprecedented look at trading volumes broken down by industry, Bankruptcy Court, and Circuit.
The report has several other features, including reports on the top 10 most active courts for claims trading and the top 10 most actively traded cases. It also breaks down trades by size of the debtor company and age of the case.
The Lehman Brothers bankruptcy continues to account for an outsized portion of all claims trading (about one-half). Accordingly, the activity of all claims is shown with and without Lehman.
The Company also announced that it will offer the report for $200, but – for two weeks only – law firms and industry professionals can obtain a copy at no charge by requesting a copy of the report on the Company’s website: http://info.chapter11dockets.com/claims-trading-2015/
About Chapter 11 Dockets
Chapter 11 Dockets is located in Chicago, Illinois and is the industry leader in information about U.S Bankruptcy cases. It builds and operates legal and financial research tools which are relied upon by the country's largest, most sophisticated law firms, investment banks, and investors in distressed assets. Leveraging its database of over three million court filings updated in nearly real time, together with its proprietary algorithms, Chapter 11 Dockets allows the bankruptcy and restructuring communities to leverage the power of bankruptcy court information in ways never before imagined.