Audit Analytics for Financial Institutions

The Audit Analytics Financial Institution subscription provides comprehensive research and intelligence on public company disclosures. With our easy to use online interface, financial professionals can save time on research and gain unparalleled insight into qualitative disclosure issues and the quality of financial reporting.

Portfolio Screening

Audit Analytics tracks in detail the issues related to audit, compliance, governance, corporate actions, and federal litigation from a broad range of public disclosures, including approximately 20,000 SEC company registrants. Each disclosure issue is individually reviewed by one of our expert analysts. To assist with your research needs, Audit Analytics enables you to screen your portfolio for quality of financial reporting and other intelligence issues.

Due Diligence

Audit Analytics enables you to quantify and benchmark disclosures related to the quality of financial reporting for public companies. Our proprietary taxonomies normalize the issues and events disclosed by these companies so you can quickly compare the frequency and severity with a company's peers. Our red flag alerts based on this analysis enable you to spend less time researching disclosure filings and more time investing.

Event Notification

Create custom peer groups or portfolios based on specific filters such as issue, industry, geographic location, market cap, revenue, index or market. Receive an e-mail alert when Audit Analytics identifies a new quality of financial reporting issue, such as a financial restatement, SOX internal control or disclosure control issue, going concern, late filing. Get information on events such as an auditor change, director & officer change, SEC comment letter or merger and acquisition.

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