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, announces the addition of three new Thomson Reuters datasets to its platform; SDC New Issues, I/B/E/S Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), and SDC Mergers & Acquisitions data. 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.
SDC New Issues includes debt capital markets (DCM) and equity capital markets (ECM) transaction data going back to the 1970’s and 1980’s respectively. The data sets include common stock offerings (IPOs, secondary offerings, and Rule 144a stock offerings), convertible debt and preferred stocks. It offers over 100 data elements including offering terms, ratings, use of proceeds, book and co-manager, legal counsel, auditor, trustees, fees and expenses, issuer profile information, and more.
SDC Mergers & Acquisitions data tracks over 150 elements including target and acquirer profile information, deal terms and legal advisors. The database has over 1 million global M&A deals as far back as the 1970’s.
I/B/E/S KPI evaluates businesses and their likely performance in the medium and long term. KPIs evaluate trends and inform of portfolio allocation changes for numerous industries including Airlines, Banking, Energy, Insurance, and Pharmaceuticals. They offer quantifiable measurements that reflect critical success factors.
“WRDS is very pleased to add three important Thomson Reuters datasets to our current offering,” said Robert Zarazowski, Managing Director of WRDS. “With these additions, WRDS offers a total of 13 Thomson Reuters datasets to our subscribers, providing unparalleled insight and a wide array of uses for our researchers.”
"Thomson Reuters ongoing partnership with WRDS highlights our commitment to the academic community,” said Marika Vilen, global head of partners, Thomson Reuters. “These sets can be a powerful tool for researchers; offering data that is broad in content and historically extensive.”
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