Answered By: Shikha Sharma
Last Updated: Mar 01, 2017     Views: 320

Private companies in the US are not obligated to file with SEC and therefore, limited information is available for such companies. Some providers such as those listed below include brief financial information that they either hand-collect or aggregate from other sources such as Dun & Bradsheet. Be careful when using this data as it could be inaccurate or outdated.

  • Capital IQ 
  • Mergent Online. Includes directory information from Dun & Bradstreet. Select the checkboxes for D&B Private Company Database and/or D&B 20 Million Plus Private Company Search then search by company name.
  • LexisNexis Academic. Under search by subject or topic, select Company Dossier, then search by company name.
  • Reference USA. Data is phone verified and updated annually.
  • OneSource
  • Bloomberg. Type PSCR [GO] to search hundreds of thousands of private companies and subsidiaries worldwide. Screen by location, industry, size, and private equity backing.

Financials for subsidiaries are filed with the parent company. 


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