Global Shareholding Disclosure Data
Monitor share amounts and voting rights accurately so you can report with confidence. We help you by providing accurate shareholding disclosure data to comply with the intricacies of the rules that differ for each regulatory authority around the world.
Why choose our data for shareholding disclosure?
Refinitiv’s shareholding disclosure data is a primary source used by many of the world's largest institutional investors and asset managers to fuel their disclosures processes.
With 15 different types of total shares and total voting rights, you will be empowered to monitor your positions against an accurate denominator. In addition, the service provides a comprehensive set of reference data integral to the numerator calculation process.
We will help you meet the challenges presented by globally diverse regulations relating to major, short, takeover, including industry-specific disclosure rules and thresholds.
Features and benefits
How our shareholding disclosure data helps you answer reporting challenges and meet requirements
Shares and voting rights from 150+ reliable and timely sources, plus regular filings from 70,000+ listed companies, providing coverage for 100 nations.
Total shares, voting rights, and voting shares data at instrument and issuer level for all classes of shares deriving an accurate denominator (including unlisted share classes).
All share types covered, including issued, listed, outstanding and treasury at both instrument level and issuer level.
Accesses reference data and analytics required to support disclosures, including industry classifications and market segment identifiers.
Aligns sources to where regulators enforce a specific source stipulation (e.g. in the Netherlands).
Permits total voting rights to nations that allow variable voting rights per share dependent on holder circumstances (e.g. Florange Act in France).
How Takeover Panel and Issuer Threshold data can help with shareholding disclosures?
Some jurisdictions have rules for enhanced shareholding disclosures referencing issuers under a takeover situation. During an offer period, any party that could exercise material influence over the outcome of an offer must report their positions and dealings in relevant securities, target, and acquirer companies.
In addition, certain countries have issuer specific thresholds on top of those defined by shareholdings regulations. This enables issuers to stipulate additional notification thresholds in their articles of association.
What is Refinitiv's solution?
Positions and dealings in relevant securities must be disclosed for shareholder and investor protection, as well as determining the merits of a takeover.
Refinitiv’s takeover panel data comprises details of target companies and acquirers currently in an offer period. A daily update of issuers involved in a takeover situation in the following countries is offered: Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Similarly, Refinitiv’s issuer threshold data provides details of companies where there is an additional, issuer-specific reporting obligation and what percentage that is set at within their respective articles of association.
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