Through SNL Unlimited, we offer industry-specific financial market data from over 6,500 public companies and over 50,000 private companies across the globe. Generalist providers give you basic financial data and broker research reports. So do we. But nobody else has our standardized and as-reported financials, sector-specific templates, asset-level data, mapping and regulatory data. Even if you spend the time compiling financial market data from various sources, you won't even come close to what SNL Unlimited delivers on a single online platform. And we provide advanced analytical tools that help you make better decisions.
Different industries report different financial items in different ways. SNL recognizes these differences and standardizes financial data using each industries' own financial fields and language. Company profiles highlight sector-specific performance metrics while standardized financial statements make comparisons across multiple companies easy. SNL also allows you to view and export financial data as reported by each company. These as-reported financial statements are aligned over time for seamless comparison across periods, and with one click, each value can be traced back to its source document for easy auditing.
SNL's coverage of the M&A world is comprehensive, and includes information on termination fees, lockup agreements, cost savings, restructuring charges, deal accretion/dilution, regulatory/shareholder approvals, advisers and adviser fees. SNL uses a number of sources to detect deal activity, including press releases and documents such as Forms 10-Q, 10-K and MP. SNL also produces the most complete, sector-specific league tables for mergers and acquisitions.
SNL collects the majority of capital offerings made by companies in our coverage universe, including common and preferred equity, trust-preferred securities, convertible and non-convertible debt as well as medium-term notes. SNL provides granular financial market data on individual offerings including offering terms, execution method, underwriter and legal adviser roles and overallotment detail. Individual offerings link to capital structure detail: amounts outstanding, current pricing, as well as relevant documents and proprietary articles from SNL's news coverage on capital-raising activities. SNL's capital markets league tables allow users to perform market share analysis and to examine the underwriting patterns of specific banks or brokers.
SNL's institutional ownership data allows you to analyze ownership at the institutional, mutual fund and stake holder/insider levels, and drill down from any view to examine the holders based on such criteria as region, holder style and turnover rate. With three available views, you're sure to find the institutional ownership info you're seeking.
SNL's Peer Analytics revolutionizes the way you screen and compare companies. Perform a comprehensive peer comparison for any public company. SNL gives you the option to use our intelligently defined peer group criteria or to create your own group. Further customize peer comparisons by selecting any field within our public company database. SNL's Peer Analytics also features a peer score and rank and the ability to add SNL indexes or custom aggregates for additional benchmarking.
SNL provides you with credit ratings of the company you are researching and also includes its subsidiaries. Ratings from S&P, Moody's, Fitch and DBRS provide details on long-term issuer, senior unsecured, subordinated debt, preferred stock, trust preferred, senior secured debt and more. Includes ratings dated on or after January 1, 2000.
SNL provides consensus and individual analyst estimate metrics across all covered industries, including Book Value, Capital Expenditures, Cash Flow, Dividends, Earnings, EBITDA, Long-Term Growth Rate, Net Debt, Net Income, Target Price, Recommendation, Revenue, Tangible Book Value, Total Net Asset Value and more.
SNL also redistributes research reports from more than 30 top contributors, including equity research from Sandler O'Neill, KeyBanc Capital Markets and UBS Investment Bank and fixed-income research from UBS Investment Bank and DBRS Ltd. Research Reports are available via relevant news articles and company briefing books.
SNL offers comprehensive market data on a variety of assets owned or managed within the sectors we cover. Not only are you able to see the financials of your selected company, you can research companies from a corporate level as well as their industry-specific assets. Get complete branch data for banks and thrifts, in-depth property data for REITs and REOCs, casino data for gaming companies, comprehensive power plant and coal mine data in the energy sector and wireless licenses for media & communications.
SNL's demographic data provides unemployment figures that are updated each month and annual demographic information. You can get data for the entire United States or drill down to see the same data by state, city, county, ZIP code, metropolitan statistical area or census tract, where applicable. Add powerful visuals to your presentations or meetings with this online and easy-to-use application.
SNLxl is a powerful tool that allows you to pull data directly from SNL databases into a Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet using SNL functions. After pulling data into a spreadsheet, you can apply Excel® features and formulas to build refreshable templates, reports and analyses. Whenever SNL analysts add or amend data, it flows through to SNLxl. Data updates daily.
SNL Unlimited data feeds uncover sector-specific forces and new correlations that drive stock value. Our feeds provide more than 20 years of historical fundamental financial market data and over 46,000 data points for public company financials, regulated industries, investment details, capital structure, capital offerings and mergers & acquisitions. You can seamlessly integrate SNL feeds into your custom applications via FTP (text or XML), enabling you to share data more efficiently throughout your organization. You decide the frequency: daily, weekly, monthly or quarterly. If one of our standard data feeds isn't exactly what you need, SNL will help you build your own. Our experts will assist you with platform integration, and monitor/support your feed.
SNL's Company Briefing Books give you a snapshot on any company in your industry - public, private or historical. These complete profiles include a company description, stock charts, corporate structure, research reports, insider activity, institutional ownership, capital markets data and M&A activity. You can even export your comprehensive corporate summary in either PDF or Excel format for an investment banker-quality pitch book.
Gain access to the most recent SEC documents filed by the companies we cover. Document types include Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, proxies, prospectuses, earnings releases and merger agreements. Use our extensive document archive to search for historical filings. Locate the exact document you need by searching by company criteria, document type, filing date or industry.
View information on stock price leaders and losers for the sectors you follow. Track currency exchange rates, monitor SNL's indexes, plus broad market indexes, or research historical performance, total return and dividend yields for any of these indexes. Read insightful analysis of recent trends and developments. Monitor industry conferences where leaders are presenting. Gain insights on competitors by monitoring a wide array of sector-specific ratios and benchmarks.
Access hard-to-find documents, including investor presentations and conference call transcripts, as soon as they're made available. Search recent and archived documents by company, date, event type and other criteria to find exactly what you need. Download documents in a variety of available formats, including PDF and PowerPoint.
SNL offers a wide array of financial market news – breaking stories, in-depth analysis, real-time press releases and filings, regular features and blogs – through a variety of "Web part" portals that allow users to customize page layout. Users can further filter news content by subject matter and company portfolios. Articles display a wealth of data related to the story at hand – referenced companies, capital offerings, M&A transactions, links to SNL-related and externally sourced articles and a multitude of industry-specific assets like TV networks and power plants.