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Lumesis Launches One-Click Muni Bond Report for 1.4+ Million CUSIPs

Lumesis, a financial services technology company focused on the municipal fixed income marketplace, today announced that it has launched a new product DIVER Ambr. Ambr is an easy to use, cost-effective, web-based tool that provides municipal market professionals 1-click access to a comprehensive bond report. Ambr parses millions of data combinations to deliver a CUSIP-driven, sector-based bond report with key bond information, geo-based news links, and critical sector-specific demographic and economic information from hundreds of public and private datasets.

“We are excited to launch DIVER Ambr, which stands for ‘Advisor Municipal Bond Report’,” said Gregg Bienstock, co-founder and CEO at Lumesis. “We designed Ambr to make municipal market participants more efficient, to promote market transparency, and support regulatory compliance for the muni-bond market. Our web-based tool is simple to use: Enter any one of the 1.4+ million CUSIPs and generate a comprehensive report within seconds.”

Ambr is built on Lumesis’s market leading DIVER platform, a state-of-the-art, software as a service platform that integrates economic, demographic, financial and operating datasets directly against all individual issuers in the U.S. municipal bond market, down to the State, county, city, town, and school district levels. Ambr leverages the DIVER database of more than 225 datasets from 40+ distinct sources to generate reports for all 1.4+ million municipal bonds from 54,000+ issuers.

Data and information for every municipal bond is a click away. Every muni-bond report includes:

  • Sector-Based Demographic and Economic Data
  • Location-Based News Sources and Links
  • Sector Identification and Geo Location
  • Terms and Features (including Use of Proceeds)
  • OS and Continuing Disclosure Links and History
  • Price and Yield History
  • Issuance Advisors/Participants

“To encourage analysts and managers from top tier asset managers, banks, investment banks, insurance companies, mutual funds and hedge funds to try Ambr, we are offering complementary access for the month of December,” said Tim Stevens, co-founder and President at Lumesis. “Our platform leverages our technological sophistication and database to simplify the process of aggregating data from multiple sources to an integrated offering that generates in seconds. Our data and information is timely and we provide links to financial documents, material events and geo-specific news sources for every municipal bond.”

About Lumesis, Inc.

Lumesis is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), cloud-based financial technology company dedicated to delivering simple to use, powerful technology for the fixed income municipal marketplace. Lumesis’ DIVER platform, which includes DIVER Analytics, DIVER Advisor and DIVER Ambr, offers comprehensive data on more than 54,000 issuers within the municipal fixed income market. Through sophisticated analytical tools, real-time alerts, proprietary visualization technology and content-rich reporting, DIVER solutions allow professionals across the municipal market to easily identify portfolio risks and opportunities, improve customer satisfaction, ensure compliance and enable growth. Providing access to more than 225 datasets from more than 40 sources, DIVER solutions leverage the most current economic and demographic data available from both public and private sources. To learn more about Lumesis, please visit www.lumesis.com or Follow Us on Twitter @Lumesis.

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