SEC Filings & Corporate Reports Sources
To Access Filings for Individual Companies
In each of these resources, load a company's profile and use the left hand or top navigation menu to get to SEC filings.
- D&B Hoovers
- FactSet – see FactSet access help
- Capital IQ – see Capital IQ access help
- LSEG Workspace – see LSEG Workspace access help
- EDGAR – The SEC’s EDGAR database provides free access to corporate filings, including registration statements, prospectuses and periodic reports filed on Forms 10-K and 10-Q, as well as recent corporate events reported on Form 8-K.
- Company Websites – Companies typically provide recent annual reports and many SEC filings directly on their websites. Look for an "investor relations" section.
To Keyword Search Across Many Filings
Use one of the following:
- FactSet's Document Search
- LSEG Workspace – see LSEG Workspace access help. Go to the Advanced Filings Search app. Covers SEC filings and filings in other countries.
- WRDS SEC Analytics Suite – see WRDS access help. Use the Filings Search tool to search across a variety of SEC filings.
- Capital IQ – see Capital IQ access help. Hover over the Companies tab and click on Filings & Annual Reports. Covers SEC filings and filings in other countries.
Full-Text Access for Research Projects
Stanford researchers can contact us to discuss your research. Some options include:
- The DARC team has a mirror of the raw text filings on the Yens. See more details about this and the following options on RCpedia.
- WRDS SEC Analytics Suite – see WRDS access help – Allows parsing for millions of SEC filings based on custom criteria. Includes an SEC Filings Index, a Readability and Sentiment Analysis tool, a Filings Search tool, SEC Linking Tables, and a Bag of Words interface.
- The DARC team has also added XBRL data to Redivis which can be queried.
- SEC EDGAR Data – Provides multiple options to get access to filings in EDGAR for free.
Answered By: Alice Kalinowski
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