The Private Placement Monitor newsletter is focused on the U.S. private placement market for debt securities. Coverage includes cross-border, domestic and traditional new-issues. Also, 144a and CTL transactions are followed.
The number of PPM issues each year is a function of the market's activity level. The PPM is published several times each week, with at least 156 editions per year. Currently, the PPM newsletter is delivered to your PC via e-mail.
The cost is based on subscription agreement and involves level of access, number of authorized users, and locations.
The PPM is part of the Private Placement Research Service provided by In Focus Information LLC .
Private Placement Week is produced for readers who want a weekly update of activity in the private debt placement market. There are 48 issues per year. For a more complete and timely flow of information about the private market see the Private Placement Monitor.
PPM DataField - Delivered in Excel - Consists of traditional privates (Domestic and Cross-Border), which appeared in the Private Placement Monitor newsletter with pricing terms. Updated twice monthly the cost is $1,250 pa.
Data fields include:
Security Type Sector
Credit Quality Cross Border (Y/N)
Issue Size Region
Final Maturity Country
Average Life Deal Notes
PPM News - a field which shows exactly what appeared in the PPM newsletter,
so that you can read the deal color while looking at a spreadsheet.
Historical Data from the Private Placement Monitor - Delivered in Word -
From 1990 the data is available in Word.
For readers of the Private Placement Monitor who need to search back issues there is an easier way.
You can buy PPM information, in a Word document, and download it directly onto your PC.
The information would consist of exactly what you receive in the PPM newsletter. That means rumored, launched, priced and pulled deals. All updates, even people moves are included. Some graphs and charts are not included.
Historical data will be sent to you, via e-mail, as a Word attachment.
This allows you to keep the data in one large Word document, instead of many smaller documents.
Searches are easier because you don't have to go through separate newsletters looking for a particular name or data point. Also, you can copy and paste into other applications.
For previous years' information the cost is $500 for each year of back data.
Historical data goes back to 1986.
For questions please contact:
In Focus Information LLC (917) 414-2016