.CDI File Extension

A .CDI file is a DiscJuggler Disc Image, created by INTEX.

Open with INTEX DealMaker. Available for Windows.

What is a .CDI file?

The .CDI file extension stands for a DiscJuggler Disc Image, but in this context, it is used differently. It is a file created by a program called INTEX DealMaker, which is an application used for structuring investment deals. This file contains models of investment deals before their prices are set. These models can be looked at by people or companies interested in investing, to help them understand the deal better.

Inside a .CDI file, there is customized information such as what will be used as collateral (something pledged as security for repayment of a loan, to be forfeited in the event of a default), how cash flow is managed (waterfall), and the order in which payments will be made (priority of payments). This file also includes reports from various simulations that show what might happen in different situations, like if people pay back the loan early (prepayment) or if they fail to pay back the loan (default).

To open a .CDI file, you would use the INTEX DealMaker program. This software is specifically designed to work with these files, allowing users to analyze and structure investment deals effectively.


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