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International Business & Trade

American Filings

The Securities & Exchange Commission  (SEC) is the national regulator that public companies must file with. All filings are found in the EDGAR database. Who files:

  • U.S. public parent companies
  • International companies with securities traded in the U.S. must also file (20F)

 Most frequently referenced filings: (Note: Annual Reports are NOT an SEC Filing)

  • 10K = company's annual financials (THE major filing)
  • 10Q = company's quarterly financials
  • 8K = disclosure of unscheduled significant events
  • DEF 14A (Proxy Statement) = matters voted on at annual shareholders meeting
  • 20F = annual filing of non U.S. public parent companies trading in the U.S.

For more Information on SEC filings see SEC Forms Guide (Lexis Securities Mosiac)

Global/Multi-Country

Find current and historical annual reports for companies from all over the world.

10Ks

  • Item 1: Business
  • Item 2: Properties
  • Item 3: Legal Proceedings
  • Item 4: Mine Safety Disclosures
  • Item 5: Market for Securities
  • Item 6: Selected Financial Data
  • Item 7: Management Discussion & Analysis (MD&A)
  • Item 7A: Market Risk
  • Item 8: Financial Statements
  • Item 9: Change in Accountants
  • Item 10: Directors & Executive Officers
  • Item 11: Executive Compensation
  • Item 12: Ownership
  • Item 13: Relations & Transactions
  • Item 14: Controls & Procedures
  • Item 15: Exhibits, Schedules, and Reports on Form 8-K
  • Signatures & Certifications