Anyone at an investment bank or corporate law firm knows the subtle nature of league tables and transaction data. So it never surprises us when people ask for a little help in understanding how to use Data-CX.
And if the information below doesn't help, please drop us an email.
For the Casual Visitor
If you are a casual visitor to the site, you shall arrive at our home page where you shall see the latest transactions that have been added to the central clearing house. You can view the details behind that transaction or click on the company and look at a list of the transactions for that company. We also provide competitor analysis, so you can see what deals are attributed to the different banks and law firms.
However, to access the greater set of functionality, including submitting or editting deal information, a visitor needs to become a registered user.
Registering with Deal-data
We are careful who we give access to as a registered user and actively discourage anyone who is not a banker or lawyer from applying for membership. The data within Data-CX is provided by people within finance, is verifiable from public news sources and stock exchanges. But even so, we see this as data from finance professionals for finance professionals.
To register there are three critical steps:
Provide us with a work email address;
We investigate the details of your bank / law firm;
On approval, click the authorisation link in the welcome email confirming your registration AND your acceptance of our Terms and other legal agreements.
On registration, you'll have the ability to submit and edit transactions. Other functionality includes creating alerts so that you know when important transactions that affect your firms competitive position in the league-tables have been submitted to the central clearing house.