Conceived of and backed by banking and investment professionals who understand the value of timely and well-researched information, CapitalStructure is an independent provider of insightful first-to-market news on and analysis of the European sub-investment grade space.
With a strong editorial emphasis on multiple-sourcing to ensure accuracy, CapitalStructure provides high quality, value-added content to fund managers, proprietary trading desks, leveraged finance bankers, corporate restructuring advisors and private equity sponsors. Aggregated press content, high yield and leveraged loan calendars, new issue league tables, plus people moves complement our proprietary coverage.
CapitalStructure's comprehensive deal databases contain detailed records of high yield bond issues and leveraged loan syndications dating back to January 2000, enabling users to research the cogent financial history of around 2,250 corporate borrowers. Subscribers can perform a range of analytics on the data, including searches on over 120 pre-defined terms, by corporate, country, sector, lead bank, private equity sponsor, transaction type, deal type and date range.
First-to-market accounts and analysis of news and events impacting leveraged credits.
- Timely reports on new bond issues and leveraged loan syndications coming to market.
- Extensive previews of bond issues and loan syndications compiled from the opinions of potential investors.
- Comprehensive deal databases containing detailed records of high yield bond issues and leveraged loan syndications dating back to January 2000.
- High Yield and Leveraged Loan calendars covering both mandated deals and those rumoured to be coming to market.
- High Yield and Leveraged Loan underwriting league tables.
Up-to-the-minute commentary on and analysis of over 260 European corporates including:
- Comprehensive tear sheets on special situation credits past and present to provide users with a convenient company summary.
- Intelligence on actual and potential covenant breaches.
- Reports on news and events impacting the operations of financially stressed and distressed credits.
- Changes in senior management
- M&A activity
- Contracts won and lost
- Labour disputes
- Negotiations between the counterparties in corporate restructuring situations.
- Advisory mandates.