ProspectPRIME provides advanced search functionality that allows its subscribers to build comprehensive wealth indicators on prospects and donors who are insiders at Canadian , American , British and Australian public companies.
Save time and gain invaluable information from public disclosure documents, insider trading activity and several international business newswires as it comes available.
Use ProspectPRIME's full text search capability combined with over 40 search criteria to tailor your research for exactly what you need. Then stay up to date and ahead of the competition by setting alerts on custom saved searches to receive immediate, hourly or daily email alerts on filings, insider trades or news releases that are of interest to you.
ProspectPRIME is available exclusively to registered charitable organizations in Canada through Third Sector Publishing. Only Canadian organizations with registered charity status will be eligible for our unique discounted price model to acquire this service.
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Access to Canadian public disclosure documents from SEDAR dating back to 1997
Individual and company insider trading reports from SEDI: Canada dating back to 2003
Current news releases across 7 leading international business wires from the past 90 days
Uncover company profiles and create searchable company lists to quickly access their filings, insider trades, and news releases
Locate specific words or entire phrases in the text of any public disclosure document
Streamline and tailor research exactly to your needs using 40+ search criteria
Automatic email notifications available immediately, hourly or daily when any filing, insider trade or news release is filed or published
Merge multiple documents into one PDF file, or save separate documents directly to your hard drive
Save any search and run it again at any time. Share saved searches with colleagues, and view searches they have shared with you