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Many companies are required to publicly disclose certain financial information. The best place to look for this information is from the Securities & Exchange Commission. The SEC website provides FREE access to company financial reports going back to the mid-1990s with the EDGAR database.
You can also find financial information from commercial databases such as LexisNexis Academic, Mergent Online, and CCH Intelliconnect.
In the drop-down menu under this tab, you will find more information, including:
See below for more general information on the SEC.
Secutities & Exchange Commission
What is the SEC?
The SEC is the federal government agency that oversees the enforcement and administration of federal securities laws.
The SEC has 4 divisions:
- Corporation Finance
- Examines registration documents filed with SEC
- Drafts most of the SEC rules and disclosure forms and guides
- Division of Trading and Markets
- Oversees the operation of markets and broker-dealer registration
- Division of Investment Management
- Oversees investment company and investment advisor registration
- Division of Enforcement
- Conducts investigations and can intiate adminstrative procedures or court actions
- Includes the Office of General Counsel and Office of Chief Accountant