Please note that the list is not exhaustive and we are working on it to include more entries.
Bloomberg: In Bloomberg, after the company ticker, enter MGMT. This Management function details the executives and board members of the company, such as average tenure, average age, etc. BoardEx: Use Advanced Search in Organisation section, look into Characteristics panel, set Current Individual Type to "Board Members" and run the search. Bloomberg: In Bloomberg. After you have identified the bond ticker, enter CRPR for the credit rating profile of the specified bond. Bloomberg: In Bloomberg, use the CORP ticker of the company to find the bonds issued. Bloomberg: Identify and enter the ticker symbol of the company of interest, press the <EQUITY> key, type beta, hit <GO>. Datastream: Select Static Request, select Equities as Data Category, select your series, go to Datatype Navigator, search for beta. CEIC: Chosen the country of interest, the time series for the government & corporate bond yield can be found under the heading: Interest and Foreign Exchange Rates (Global database) or Government & Other Securities (Daily database). Datastream: Trigger Time Series Request, then Series Selection, choose Bond Indices & CDS, use the Explorer to choose the wanted series. Click Datatype Mnemonic Picker, search for yield. Choose the appropriate time period. Change the Freq if necessary. Submit request. Bloomberg: In Bloomberg, use the CORP ticker of the company to find the bonds issued. Bloomberg: Go to EQS <GO>. Enter criteria to select companies and add contact details. Press Enter to Update the list. Export to Excel.
In Excel, enter the formula in new column, =BDSA("COMPANY TICKER", "COMPANY_EXEC_OFFICERS"). BoardEx OneSource: Look into Companies submenu, build a list of companies. Then build Custom Table to add items about executives. View or Export results. CRSP via WRDS: Goto CRSP --> Annual Update --> Stock/Security Files --> Monthly Stock File, do a full database search or use company names to search for Cusip, Ticker, Trading Symbol and other identifiers as you wish. Bloomberg Bloomberg: Enter company name and click "GO" for a full set of information related to that company. Or enter company ticker followed by "DES" ("CN" for news and research, "MCN" for most popular news) and <Equity> for descriptive information. EMIS: Goto Companies, and search with company names. Results can be exported as excel file. COMPUSTAT via WRDS: Goto Compustat --> Compustat Quarterly Updates --> Execucomp --> Annual Compensation, look into and choose the items listed in the Company Information box, set other criteria and search.
IBES Guidance via WRDS: IBES Guidance via WRDS compares analyst and management expectations on company performance, safe in the knowledge that they are using the same accounting basis for consistent analysis.
Bloomberg: Using company name to search for trading symbol via Bloomberg site. CRSP via WRDS: Goto CRSP --> Annual Update --> Stock/Security Files --> Monthly Stock File, using company names to search for Cusip, Trading Symbol or do a fulldatabase search for those identifiers. OneSource: Use the company search box and look up the company you want. Bloomberg Bloomberg: In Bloomberg, add FA after the company EQUITY ticker to display all the fundamental analysis of the company.OneSource Bloomberg Bloomberg: In Bloomberg, type MSCI. Datastream: Use Datastream Excel Addin, select Static/Time Series Request, click on the Datastream Navigator button, for Data Category, select Equity Indices, click on the Equity indices Explorer, click on the + sign beside the By Source and find MSCI. SDC platinum: Goto Global New Issues Databas --> choose Common Stock --> set time span --> Report: New Custom, and choose data items in the Deal panel--> save custom report and output format, using "save as" and choosing excel to export the data --> execute query. For more information can checkout this mini tutor from Harvard University. CRSP via WRDS: Goto CRSP --> Annual Update --> Stock/Security Files --> Daily Stock File --> choose Price and any other items in the Time Series Information box, set other criteria and search. Bloomberg Bloomberg: In Bloomberg, you can find weighted average cost of capital by typing WACC <GO>.