Lumesis presents a debt analysis tool

Lumesis has introduced a debt analysis tool integrated into its pricing platform to provide customers with more configurable market insights.

The tool, launched on September 16, which provides summaries of outstanding debt, maturity profiles and debt service schedules for the entire public finance market, is an outgrowth of the old maps of the company’s debt.

“Over time, the feedback we’ve heard from customers is, ‘Can you make the data that’s in there more robust and more configurable?'” said Gregg Bienstock, CEO of Lumesis.

He said users within the public finance community look at outstanding debt in different ways for different clients.

“We know there is a market need,” he said. “Whether it’s responding to an RFP or exploring different solutions for a client or presentations, it gives them the opportunity to use that information.”

“We know there is a market need,” Lumesis CEO Gregg Bienstock said of the debt analysis tool, which launched on Friday, September 16.

Lumesis is expanding its municipal market data services by leveraging technology to create more efficiencies with the digital platform, which also offers users the ability to fine-tune comparable metrics and titles to reflect their own professional judgment. This is another expansion of tech-enabled products into the municipal space, adding to a growing list of tools.

In May, Lumesis launched the DIVER New Issue Pricing and Scales service, designed to help bankers, underwriters and councilors create pricing scales and analysis for new issues on one transparent platform.

“We’ve responded to the demand for flexible debt search and selection and combined it with configurable exits based on the unique requirements of market participants,” Tim Stevens Lumesis President, said in a press release. . “We know that one size doesn’t fit all, so allowing our customers to easily search and generate a custom debt list, along with the ability to select the data elements they are interested in, allows our customers to effectively generate reports and analysis and conduct their work.”

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