New York – November 10, 2016 – Street Diligence, the leading provider of fixed income data and analysis, announces the launch of its Partners Program in conjunction with a founding group of participating universities including the Wharton School, professors at Harvard Business School, Cornell’s Johnson School of Management and the University of British Columbia.
In the case of Cornell, a core part of the Johnson School’s focus is on performance learning but the ultimate goal is to provide students with skills as well as the knowledge and experience to apply those skills in real-world environments. With the Street Diligence platform, students aspiring to enter a career on the buy-side or in Investment Banking, Credit Research & Trading or Restructuring Advisory can use the platform to help them gain deeper insight into credit analysis and appreciate the importance of proper due diligence when it comes to investing in high yield or distressed debt.
“Our goal is to transform the due diligence process from a tedious and cumbersome exercise into an efficient, accurate, alpha-generating activity,” said Stephen Hazelton, Founder & CEO. “Giving students access to our software will better equip them with the skills they need to enter the workforce.”
The Street Diligence platform replaces the old-fashioned method of evaluating and analyzing indentures and credit agreements by providing unique, comprehensive access to data and metrics that are normally scattered across platforms, hidden in an assortment of documents, or obscured by legal jargon.
About Street Diligence Partners Program
Street Diligence created the Street Diligence Partners Program to help engage universities and organizations on the importance of proper due diligence in credit markets. Through our program, approved individuals, faculty and students become more knowledgeable on credit agreements, indentures, and other deal documents and use our application to conduct more thorough and efficient due diligence.
About Street Diligence
Street Diligence’s bank loan and high yield bond platform makes negotiating and analyzing credit agreements, indentures and their amendments much more effective. Coverage focuses on revolvers, term loans and corporate bonds in the U.S., and its system breaks down key covenant terms and conditions, allowing the investment professional to digest and negotiate them more effectively.
Street Diligence was founded in 2012 by former hedge fund portfolio managers and analysts to identify and negotiate away off-market terms, in addition to taking the frustration and tedium out of due diligence. The company is headquartered in New York, with offices in Boston.
For more information, please visit: www.streetdiligence.com