A trial of EMIS will be available until Wednesday 27th February. Please go to http://site.securities.com/ and then select a country of interest on the right side of the screen.
“ISI Emerging Markets was founded in 1994 and acquired by Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC in 1999. Specialising in the emerging markets we deliver hard-to-find information on more than 100 emerging markets across CEE, SEE, Asia, LATAM, Middle East and Africa. We aggregate data from over 20,000 sources (including our own proprietary news service) our core strength lies in the local knowledge; we have a network of 29 offices through these regions enabling us to provide local information sourced by local people.
This is our flagship product and delivers information from a company, sector, and macroeconomic viewpoint, together with the latest news and financial data directly from the local offices.
On the top of the news, you can compare the performance of companies between each other and access research and analysis articles, ratings, analytical commentaries…
The product covers both public and private companies (over 1.7 million companies) and all information is delivered via an extremely user-friendly interface.
Furthermore, there are various options to customise searches and personalise e-mail alerts.
The news is available in both English and the local language. We translate the local articles and reports into English.
Information provided in EMIS are aggregated from different local and international sources, including reports from Datamonitor, Euromonitor, Business Monitor International, Dun & Bradstreet, Esmerk, Intellinews…
M&A and ECM news and deals, widely considered as the most comprehensive emerging markets deal available. Also unique DealMonitor application summarizes and projects future emerging market M&A activity, and goes a step further by providing a list with company profiles of possible matches for bidders and targets!
In short, EMIS offers comprehensive business information and market intelligence in a convenient and easy to use way.”