PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS), the award-winning data research platform and business intelligence tool for corporate, academic and government institutions worldwide, is pleased to announce the addition of Calcbench to its offerings. A part of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, WRDS provides global corporations, universities and regulatory agencies the thought leadership, data access and insights needed to accelerate impact.
Calcbench tracks all types of corporate disclosures—10-Q, 10-K, 8-K, earnings releases and proxy statements, enabling researchers to connect data back to the source document for over 9,000 listed US companies, whether data are displayed prominently or buried in the footnotes. From income tax and financial statements to commitments and contingencies, Calcbench provides deep insight into critical filing information through the power of the XBRL standard. In addition, Calcbench will be offering additional information soon, including debt issues, oil and gas production and more.
“We are incredibly pleased to partner with Calcbench to create original datasets derived from the footnotes of SEC filings,” said Robert Zarazowski, Managing Director of WRDS. “Corporate disclosures are increasingly complex and hard-to-find data is often the most important data to financial researchers. I’m confident that Calcbench will be a very valuable tool for a wide array of WRDS users who need to dig deep into the sources and narratives around corporate filings.”
“Calcbench is delighted to partner with WRDS to offer our groundbreaking, interactive datasets to the academic community,” said Pranav Ghai, CEO and co-founder of the firm. “WRDS has an outstanding reach to just the audience who can use the insights Calcbench provides. We connect every piece of data back to an original SEC filing, and we provide the analytical tools so that you can find the information you need and understand its significance to a company or a whole industry group.”
- Coverage since 2010
- 9,000+ US based companies
- Calcbench exclusives including allocation and revision data
- Additional disclosures to be added
- Income Tax: Includes Unremitted Foreign Earnings, Deferred Tax Assets and Liabilities, Income Tax Reconciliation, and Effective Income Tax Rate (%) Reconciliations
- Segment Breakouts – Operating and Geographical
- Business Combinations/ Purchase Price Allocation: Both normalized metrics and line item detail of purchase price allocation— only available through Calcbench
- Goodwill and Intangible Assets Finite & Infinite: Granular, normalized metrics including future amortization expense and useful life
- As Reported Financial Statements: As reported Income, Balance, Cash Flow, Equity, Comprehensive Income
- Fair Value of Financial Instruments
- Leases – Capital & Operating: including operating leases receivable (REITs)
- Commitments and Contingencies: (other than leases) Items covered: include Asset Retirement Obligations, Product Warranties, Guarantee Obligations, 5-year projections for various contractual and purchase obligations, Loss Contingency and Legal matters
- Customer and Supplier Concentration Risk
- Stock Based Comp Line metrics and Item Detail: including costs not yet recognized, time period to recognize, and details of individual restricted Stock plans
- Share Repurchases
- REIT—Real Estate Holdings from Schedule III
- Revisions: including revised and original values in full line item detail—only available through Calcbench
Calcbench’s databases and research tools provide a new experience in researching financial and accounting data. Calcbench tracks all types of corporate disclosures—10-Q, 10-K, 8-K, earnings releases, proxy statements; more to come in the future—whether they are displayed prominently or buried in the footnotes. We have that level of detail for more than 9,000 U.S.-listed businesses. Above all, we let you connect the dots among all that data, from a numerical disclosure on one financial statement to the narrative behind the number elsewhere.
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