Corporate Overview: In-depth business descriptions, brand & trade names, summary financial information.
Executives: Displays a listing of key executives at all levels and is exportable to Excel. Links to executive biographies including Web biographies which reference executive Web sightings. In many cases these Web biographies include email addresses. Look for the LinkedIn icon to identify executives within 3 degrees of your personal LinkedIn profile.
Corporate Family: Displays the corporate hierarchy of ownership for subsidiaries & branches associated under the same corporate umbrella. Hyperlinks will lead to other Company Summary pages. Recent or pending merger & acquisitions and joint ventures are highlighted in red with links to news and articles related to corporate structural changes.
Closest Neighbors/Peers: Displays closest neighbors and peers from the physical address of the company being researched. Great for identifying potential opportunities and competitors when location is a critical factor. For example, a regional bank can use their bank location address to determine potential customers within a 100 mile radius. Additional custom reporting can also be generated from the displayed results.
OneStop: Allows users to consolidate multiple reports into a single report.
Peer Analysis: Screening function to help identify the target company’s closest peers/competitors. Compare by industry, SIC Code, sales, employees or asset size.
Filings: (SEC filings & Annual Reports) Table of contents of the 8Ks, 10Qs, 10Ks, S Registrations, 14As and 20F filings submitted in the last 12 months. (PUB)
Financial Health: Qualitative report listing key indicators,
margins, ratios and Stock Price Data for all public companies. (PUB)
Financial Statements: Annual & Interim Income, Balance & Cash
Flow statements covering up to 10 years & 16 quarters. All are exportable to Excel. ‘Reuters’ version provides a standardized format to
simplify comparables. ‘As Reported’ for original filing without line
item roll-ups. Contains a glossary of financial terms for reference. (PUB)
(PUB) Indicates that the report is typically only available for a publicly traded company