Welcome to Company Guide
Welcome to the subject guide for Company related data and information. This subject guide highlights resources which are relevant to the company information seekers. We have covered the topics like; company SWOT reports, annual report, IPO/stock market data, mergers & acquisitions, company financial data, CSR/ESG, board details & contacts, CEO compensation, time series data, start-ups & fundings, bankruptcy, credit ratings, etc. 
Indian Companies
International companies
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Euromonitor Passport
MarketLine Advantage
LexisNexis Academic
EMIS Intelligence (ISI Emerging Markets (Asia))
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An annual report is an annual publication providing information on the companies operations and financial condition to the shareholders and other interested people. The information may include the current activities, financial statements, their future objectives, CSR activity done by the company, etc.
CMIE ProwessIQ
Thomson Reuters Eikon
Bloomberg
ISI Emerging Market
Dion Insight
ACE Knowledge and Research Portal
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This section provides information on databases which covers current/historical information of the company and financial market data items. Financial information which covers, Balan sheet, Profit and loss, Ratios, Forex, etc.
CMIE - ProwessIQ & Prowess dx
Bloomberg (Available only in Library)
Thomson Reuters Eikon (Offline)
Compustat (North America University Package)
ACE Knowledge & Research Portal (ACE Equity)
Capitaline Plus
Dion INSIGHT
EMIS Intelligence (ISI Emerging Markets (Asia))
LexisNexis Academic
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Datastream: economic, equity, and financial information
Bloomberg Introduction
LexisNexis Introduction
LexisNexis Comparing Companies
IPOs are often issued by smaller, younger companies seeking capital to expand, but they can also be done by large privately owned companies looking to become publicly traded.The stock market refers to the collection of markets and exchanges where the issuing and trading of equities (stocks of publicly held companies), bonds and other sorts of securities takes place, either through formal exchanges or over-the-counter markets.
This section gives information about the databases which provides information about IPO and/or stock markets.
CB Insights
Dion INSIGHT
Capitaline Plus
ACE Knowledge & Research Portal
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M&A and IPO trends

Mergers and acquisitions are both changes in control of companies that involve combining the operations of multiple entities into a single company. In a merger, two companies agree to combine their operations into a single entity. In an acquisition, one company purchases another company and has the right to sell off operations, merge them into similar groups in the purchasing company, or close facilities or cancel products altogether. 
This guide provides the information about the databases which provides the detail about mergers and acquitisions. 

Venture Intelligence (M & A Deal Database)
CMIE Prowess dx
Thomson Reuters Eikon (Offline)
CB Insights
LexisNexis Academic
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Board details and contact guide provides the detail of databases which covers information such as director’s name, date of appointment, titles of the directors and salary details of public and privately held companies. Also provides contact information of the key people of the companies.
Thomson Reuters Eikon
Bloomberg (Available only in Library)
LexisNexis Academic
NASSCOM Member Directory
ACE Knowledge & Research Portal
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The financial payments and non monetary benefits provided to high level management in exchange for their work on behalf of an organization. The types of employees that are typically paid with executive compensation packages include corporate presidents, chief executive officers, chief financial officers, vice presidents, managing directors and other senior executives.

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Indian Boards
CMIE ProwessDx
Thomson Reuters Eikon (Offline)
ACE Knowledge & Research Portal (ACE Equity)
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Corporate Social Responsibility implies a corporation's commitment to play a beneficial role in the environments, economies, and the societies in which they have an impact. The following databases are provide information/data about CRS/ESG activities of the companies.

Corporate Social Responsibility
Bloomberg
Thomson Reuters Eikon
DataStream Worldscope
CMIE - ProwessIQ
CMIE Prowess dx
ACE Knowledge and Research Portal
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IBM Study: Corporate Social Responsibility
NGOBOX


It’s a leading and unique online development sector platform, which has carved a niche in the field of information and partnership services in the social sector. CSR foundations and social enterprises. From online outreach services to on-ground event management, recruitment support to process management, it’s have partnered with a range of organizations in India. NGOBOX network with over 95000 organizations in India by bringing their efforts to the right platform.


3.30 million (33 lakh) NGOs, thousands of corporates, media, doctors, police.. makes India unique. 
India is our global example country and in each stakeholder category like corporates, NGOs..., we put India as a country in brand visibility.
Bankruptcy is a court proceeding in which a judge and court trustee examine the assets and liabilities of individuals and businesses who can’t pay their bills and decide whether to discharge those debts so they are no longer legally required to pay them. This guide provides the details about the databases which covers information related to bankruptcy of businesses and coporates.
BankruptcyData.com
Bloomberg Law
Orbis Bank Focus
News and Articles
Kluwer Arbitration
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An assessment of the creditworthiness of a borrower in general terms or with respect to a particular debt or financial obligation. A credit rating can be assigned to any entity that seeks to borrow money – an individual, corporation, state or provincial authority, or sovereign government. Credit assessment and evaluation for companies and governments is generally done by credit rating agencies such as Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s or Fitch, ICRA, Crisil, etc. These rating agencies are paid by the entity that is seeking a credit rating for itself or for one of its debt issues. This guide shows the databases which covers ratings and related information.
Bloomberg
Thomson Reuters Eikon (Credit / Debt Rating)
Capitaline Plus
EMIS Intelligence (ISI Emerging Markets - Asia)
CMIE ProwessIQ
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A time series is a sequence of numerical data points in successive order. In investing, a time series tracks the movement of the chosen data points, such as a security’s price, over a specified period of time with data points recorded at regular intervals. There is no minimum or maximum amount of time that must be included, allowing the data to be gathered in a way that provides the information being sought by the investor or analyst examining the activity. This guide shows the databases which provides long term data.
CMIE ProwessDx
Datastream
Compustat North America
ACE Knowledge & Research Portal (ACE Equity) (Offline)
Capitaline Plus (Offline)
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