Answered By: Bobray Bordelon
Last Updated: Feb 29, 2024     Views: 46


There are many resources for European companies.  Below are a handful. 

  • Worldscope: fundamental data for public international companies. Searchable by company name, country, exchange, or fundamental items. 1980+.  However, survivor biased prior to 1985/1986. Available through WRDS.
  • Compustat Global. **: detailed fundamental data for public companies trading on international exchanges. Special files are available that contain financial services data, currency translations, and market data. Annual data date back to 1987 . Canada and the USA are not included, for those countries use Compustat North America. Available through WRDS. 
  •  Amadeus. *: Pan-European financial database containing information on approximately 20 million public and private companies from 45 countries, including all the EU countries and Eastern Europe. Up to 10 years of detailed information (consolidated statements are also provided when available) comprising 22 balance sheet items, 24 profit and loss account items and 25 ratios. The descriptive information includes: official national identification number, address, telephone, fax, website, legal form, year of incorporation, senior managers, auditors, number of employees, quoted/unquoted indicator, industry and activity codes and, when available, a trade description in the local language and English. Also available through WRDS.**



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