Answered By: IESE Library
Last Updated: May 14, 2019     Views: 29

EMIS (Emerging Markets Information Service) has a search function to screen for emerging countries companies by location, industry, financial figures and valuation ratios.

Orbis has an expert search function to screen for worldwide companies by any of the following criteria: company name, industry, location, size, company type, ownership, status, M&A deals, top range of companies.

Sabi has an expert search function to screen for Spanish companies by any of the following criteria: company name, industry, location, size, company type, ownership, status, M&A deals, top range of companies.

ThomsonOne: Search by company name or ticker in the top left corner. In the Company Views menu on the left, click on Overviews then Company Overview. Note: this resource only works in Internet Explorer.
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MarketLine: Click on Sectors, select an industry from the list, and then click on Companies. Alternatively, click on Companies and then use the Industry & Geography criteria in the left hand menu.

Business Source Ultimate has Company Profiles from MarketLine and other sources. Select More > Company Profles. Browse for the company you want.

Passport. Enter the keyword "Company profiles" in the search text box. Filter the results by Analysis: “Company profiles” and then, filter according to your needs (by category, geography, etc.).

Factiva. Click on Companies/Markets on the menu bar.

Access these resources via A-Z Databases.

See also the IESE Library Guides: Company Info Guide.

If you don't have a subscription to business information databases then you can gather a good deal of profile information for a quoted company from their website. Look for the annual report and the investor relations pages. Slideshare on creating a company profile from free information.

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