Answered By: Shikha Sharma
Last Updated: Mar 01, 2017     Views: 139

SEC filings from mid-1990s to present are freely available through SEC's EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval) database. In addtion, you can find current filings in following databases:

  • LexisNexis. Select Companies, then select SEC Filings.
     
  • Mergent Online. Consult the Government Filings tab
     
  • One Source. Search by company name and then look for filings on the left-side menu
     
  • Thomson One. Select Filings from the Company Views menu. Also includes pre-EDGAR filings for some companies. Use Screening & Analysis tab and select Filings Search to find older materialsSince company names may have changed over time, you may see several variants when searching for a company. Note: This database only works with Internet Explorer. Once in the database, go to tools/compatibility view settings and add Thomsonone.com to your settings before running a search.

For selected 10-Ks, 20-Fs and Proxies, and other filings prior to 1994, go to MIT Libraries' research guide to Corporate Reports & SEC Filings at MIT.



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