We've recently added some enhancements to the new interface, which we launched last year for our flagship Orbis database. Read about them here.
Using structured data provided by Orbis and the European Banking Authority (EBA), the EU has created a working paper that looks at connections between EU banks and shadow banking entities.
The new Orbis database makes working with company information much faster in lots of ways. We've chosen seven to illustrate the point, as discussed in this blog post and a short new video.
Whatever your area of expertise, data-matching with third-party databases can help increase the accuracy and richness of your own data, and improve your business opportunities. We look at what this involves.
Tying in with enhanced statutory audit rules, we're identifying and flagging public interest entities (PIEs) on Orbis, our database of more than 200 million companies around the world.
Information analysis firm Jinfo has written a detailed review of Fame, our database of private companies in the UK and Ireland, which was recently made available through our new state-of-the-art interface. Read it here.
We report on our time at the awards ceremony for the Sunday Times Fast Track 100, which used Bureau van Dijk data, and at which Sir Richard Branson talked about family, turning dull businesses into something fun and when to bow out against the competition.
Orbis, our flagship global company database, and Fame, its UK and Ireland equivalent, enter a new era today: both are now available through our new state-of-the-art interface.
A major milestone: the Orbis database of private companies from around the world reaches the 200 million-company mark.
A discussion on the importance of entity identification and access to the second edition of the Entity Data Management Handbook.