ACCESS FACTSET REVERE
Uncover the complex network of companies in the world economy
to better understand the risk factors that affect a company’s
WHY USE FACTSET REVERE?
• Map companies relationships historically
• Control for different industry effects based on product revenue
• Understand the geographic risks of companies using the GeoRev exposure
• Analyze how shock at the firm-level can be aggregated into a macro effect
Taxonomy offers precise classification of global companies based on revenue drivers.
Dig deeper into a company’s products and services for unprecedented visibility of
peer groups and competitors.
• Six-level Granular Classification RBICS
• 47,000+ companies in single-sector RBICS map
• 35,000+ companies in SegRev, quantified multi-sector taxonomy
• 19,000 companies in granular multi-sector Hierarchy
Supply Chain Relationships
Access a complex network of companies’ key customers and suppliers. Gain insight into
core risk factors, exclusive mapping of companies’ key business relationships such as
competitors, customers, suppliers, and partners.
• 17,000+ global companies
• Captures relationships along 4 major categories & 13 sub-categories
• Obtain significance of revenue dependencies not disclosed by target companies
• Acquire information on important partnerships ignored by other providers
Geographic Revenue Exposure
Evaluate a company’s exposure to geopolitical risks and macroeconomic factors based on
country and regional source of revenues.
• 280+ countries, areas, regions, and super-regions
• 19,500 global companies
• Show true geographical exposure, replacing the country/region of domicile view
RESEARCH WITH REVERE
Macro to Micro: Country Exposures, Firm Fundamentals and Stock Returns,
Richardson, Li & Tuna
ADDITIONAL FACTSET DATA AVAILABLE VIA WRDS
FactSet Ownership (formerly Lionshares)
Global institutional, mutual fund, stakeholder, and float-related share ownership information.
FactSet provides the flexibility to investigate share ownership from both the company and holder perspective.
Comprised of detailed historical financial statement content, per share data, calculated ratios,
pricing, textual information, etc., FactSet Fundamentals provides you with the information you
need for a global investment perspective.
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