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Access to Capital IQ is for current faculty, staff, and students only and requires approval by Capital IQ. To request a new Capital IQ account:
1. Click on the Capital IQ database link above; login with abc123 and passphrase; complete DUO authentication.
2. Click on New User in the top right header and enter your utsa.edu email.
3. Check your email box for confirmation and finish the sign-up. Your login credentials will be provided via email from Capital IQ.
Once your Capital IQ account is created, for future access you will need to use the proxied link to Capital IQ above on the library database page, and then your personal Capital IQ credentials to log in.
Click the "Menu" at the top >> Select "All Sources" >> type "Bankruptcy" in the box >> get the search results >> Use desired filters under the "Narrow By" box at the left side of the result page >> Also enter search terms in the box "Search Within Results" to narrow down .
Select the "Screening" tab >> click on the "Companies" >> choose the "Bankruptcy details" box (the last box on the screen)
Select the "Screening" tab >> click on the "Companies" >> choose the "Corporate Actions" box >> click "Bankruptcies" >> set your desired "Time Frame" >> Click "add criteria" and view results
Select the "Screening" tab > Transactions > box "M&A Details" > Select Features > Bankruptcy Sale > Add Criteria > click "View Result" button.
Bankruptcy filings may be found through Bloomberg. Type BNKF and then select the GO key.