Mergent offers comprehensive corporate actions and end-of-day pricing services through our EventsData™ platform. EventsData provides the financial community with over 70 years of experience and knowledge of reporting dividend information. Our coverage includes open and closed-end funds mutual funds, equities, American Depositary Receipts, Unit Investment Trust and much more.
Our corporate action and dividend data is collected daily by an experienced research team, and then analyzed and edited for accuracy. Our data is collected from stock exchanges, company filings, press releases, depositories, transfer agents & directly from the company. We provide the latest information available on North American companies including: Name Changes, Mergers, Acquisitions, Redemptions, Stock Splits, Maturities, Tender Offers, Reorganizations, Stock Splits, Spin-Offs & Shares Outstanding information.
Historical Securities Data
Acknowledged as the industry standard of excellence in research-quality technical securities data, our Historical Securities Database provides professionals with data needed to make informed investment and trading decisions. We actively manage a proprietary securities database to provide reliable, dependable, usable market data.
Every market day our data integrity team scrutinizes data from multiple suppliers using sophisticated quantitative computer programs. Anomalies are flagged, manually researched and the latest market events are incorporated to ensure accurate information is delivered.
Our historical securities database covers all listed North American equities and mutual funds. We deliver both historical and daily update data in fully documented, ASCII file formats delivered via secure FTP. We offer this data to clients in one of two available feeds. Our Fully Adjusted/Fully Connected data feed provides a turnkey solution for charts and graphs. Designed to minimize development resources, FAFC automatically applies all adjustments and connections to your local database. Alternatively, our Unadjusted/Unconnected data feed is geared towards institutions requiring a historical perspective with no survivorship bias. This feed delivers market data the way it was originally reported by the exchanges.