A fundamental form of data for market participants is the company financial statements and other filings, like management changes, divestitures, and, in unfortunate cases, bankruptcy proceedings and windings up. At CityFALCON, we aggregate and deliver these filings both for public companies and for private companies.
Importance in markets and for SME investors
Filings are the primary source of financial and internal information on companies, and they are released directly from the company itself, so there is no interpretive lens from an external analyst. Markets often wait anxiously for these documents, since they can shift stock prices considerably depending on the situation presented by the filings.
For small companies that do not see much media attention, filings may be the only source of information apart from alternative data like Twitter and consumer reviews. This is especially useful for those investing in high-risk small companies where bankruptcy and other material events are only made public through filings.
Types of filings provided at CityFALCON
On CityFALCON, you can find a plethora of company filings. This is just a partial list, and you may find many more on the platform.
- General financial statements, including income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flow
- Bankruptcy proceedings filings
- Incorporation documents
- Changes in management and company address
- Mergers and acquisition filings
- Court orders that are required to be publicly filed with regulatory agencies
- Material corporate announcements filed with a supported agency or stock exchange
- For SEC-registered companies, 10-Q, 10-K, 8-K, S-4
Supported Agencies and Regulatory Bodies
We currently aggregate, process, and deliver filings from the following agencies and bodies:
- Companies House (UK)
- London Stock Exchange
- Securities Exchange Commission (US SEC)
We intend to include the following agencies and bodies in the future, though this is not an exhaustive list. If there is a particular entity missing from the list you'd like to see including, contact us.
- Canadian Securities Administrators
- Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
- Ministry of Corporate Affairs (India)
- New York Stock Exchange
- US state registries for private companies in the US
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