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2 Ways to Search: 1. Basic (Homepage): search for a company and in the resulting company report, choose the COMPANY FINANCIALS tab. To limit for International companies, select the boxes for Active and Inactive International Company Database. 2. Advanced Search tab: select FINANCIALS in the blue sub-menu and specify financial criteria for your search. Note: Index tab allows you to search for companies trading on International exchanges.
*MUST USE INTERNET EXPLORER* Contains financial reports for more than 10,000 international companies that filed with the SEC 2 Ways to Search: 1. COMPANY VIEWS: Search by Company 2. SCREENINGS & ANALYSIS: Search by Exchange, Geography, etc. [Hint: many of the investment reports, such as Valuengine, contain financials for international companies
To search for Investext analysts reports: Choose "Research" from the menu choices on left side of the page. This will display the most recent Investext reports for the selected company. To perform a search within Investext, use the Advanced Research Page link found in the upper right hand corner of the Research webpage. This will allow you to search for reports by company, industry, country or keyword.
Find Financial Statements within SEC Filings 2 Ways to Search: 1. Select Get Company Info and open COMPANY DOSSIER-->search and select company-->choose FINANCIALS Overview in left column (statements for last 3 years + key financial ratios) 2. Select Search By Content Type-->under COMPANIES directory, select SEC FILINGS-->specify company-->audited financials in 10-K and unaudited quarterly financials in 10-Q
1. Home screen-->search and select company
2. Select the FINANCIALS drop-down menu from Company Index box to select a specific financial statement OR
3. Scroll down Company Report to VIEW FULL FINANCIALS in the Financial section
Use Build-A-List to select companies by geography
Foreign regulations often do not require companies to publicly disclose financial information, so rarely is the information available for free. There are resources for purchasing company financial information, which you may use at your own discretion.
SEDAR is basically the Canadian equivalent to the U.S.'s EDGAR. SEDAR contains all of the company filings required by the Canadian Securities Administration. SEDAR includes a couple of ways to search for filings, including searching by public company name or investment fund. New filings, such as new financial statements or new prospectuses, are also easily found.
Financial statements for international companies may be harder to obtain than those for U.S. companies for a few reasons.
International companies may not have the same filing requirements as U.S. companies.
Even if required to file, the frequency of filings may differ greatly from U.S. regulations.
The variations among countries makes it difficult to find one source to obtain financial statements for foreign companies.
If a foreign company trades on any of the U.S. exchanges, the SEC requires the company to file Form 20-F.