Put BankruptcyData's chapter 11 expertise & analysis to Work For You

 

BankruptcyData offers professionals an affordable and convenient way to view extensive real-time and historic information about corporate bankruptcy filings--including detailed, reliable summaries for Chapter 11 Plans.

We filter down all of the information to produce a Plan Summary report that is 8 to 30 pages in length (depending on the complexity of the bankruptcy case). This Summary offers a concise snapshot of all the details of the bankruptcy reorganization--without bogging you down with hundreds of pages of "legalese."

 

Work smarter instead of harder with BankruptcyData's Plan Summaries, which include the following:

 
OVERVIEW OF COMPANY HISTORY, CURRENT OPERATIONS & EVENTS LEADING TO CHAPTER 11
REVIEW OF BANKRUPTCY CASE ACTIVITY & SIGNIFICANT POST-PETITION CORPORATE CHANGES 
PLAN SYNOPSIS, BREAKDOWN OF RECOVERIES BY CLASS, VALUATION ANALYSIS & PROJECTIONS 
A Plan of Reorganization is the Bankruptcy Court's document that reflects how a bankruptcy is to be resolved and how a bankrupt company plans to satisfy its creditors. It also reflects what the newly-reorganized business will look like when it comes out of bankruptcy
 
The filing of a plan usually provides the first real indication of what the company’s securities are likely to be worth once it emerges from Chapter 11 protection; therefore, it is a critically important document for investors and other interested parties.
 
Anybody with corporate bankruptcy experience will tell you that plans of reorganization can be very long and arduous to read and hard to understand, some being up to 500 pages in length.

As a service to our premium subscribers, BankruptcyData creates a Plan Summary report for each public company's Plan of Reorganization that is confirmed by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. We filter down all of the information to produce a concise Plan Summary report that provides a reliable overview of the bankruptcy reorganization without bogging you down with hundreds of pages of "legalese."

 

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