CCH IntelliConnect, from Wolters Kluwer CCH, formerly CCH Tax Research Network, is a comprehensive database of primary and secondary sources related to taxation in the U.S. Its primary sources include: current IRS Code, Federal Tax Regulations, Federal Tax Cases, IRS Administrative Rulings, Letter Rulings and Memorandum, etc. Its secondary sources include editorial matters prepared by Wolters Kluwer which explain the primary source content. In addition, CCH IntelliConnect also contains federal and state laws and regulations, case law, forms, manuals, and news reports concerning health care and human resources.
Provides access to primary source materials for federal, state, and local tax laws, such as codes, regulations, current pending/enacted legislation, federal tax cases, IRS rulings, etc. Print equivalents include U.S. Tax Reporter, American Federal Tax Reports, Federal Tax Regulations, Federal Tax Coordinator 2d, State and Local Tax Reporters, and others. Includes Federal Accounting Standards Board (FASB) documents. Also includes explanations and analyses of tax laws and cases produced by RIA, such as Federal Tax Coordinator, Return Guides, Citator 2nd, Tax Alerts, Journal of Taxation, Journal of Corporate Taxation, RIA Tax Watch, etc. Only a few people can use this database at one time.
Nexis Uni (formerly LexisNexis Academic) provides full text access to 15,000 news, business and legal sources including U.S. Federal and State case law, statutes and regulations; law journals; U.S. and international news; and company and industry financial information. Create a free Nexis Uni profile in order to access personal folders, alerts, and a collaborative workspace. Updated daily.
Contains current auditor listings for more than 20,000 public registrants; auditor fees for more than 12,000 public registrants; audit opinions and change listings; section 404 Internal Control disclosures classified according to 30 material weaknesses; restatements with details on the affected period and associated issues; and litigation data, including federal securities class action claims, all SEC actions, and all material federal civil litigation disclosed to the SEC. Requires a valid WRDS Account
Provides performance metrics derived from the financial statements of financial institutions' borrowers and prospects. The Financial Ratio Benchmarks (FRB) provides industry norms including liquidity, coverage, leverage, and operating ratios. The Industry Default Probability Data (IDP) uses cash flow measures to project the expected default frequency estimates (EDF) by industry. Data for 760+ industries based on NAICS codes may be examined on a national or regional level. Five year archive
Features cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts for 2,100 key publications in accounting, auditing, taxation, and financial management from U.S. and international publications, including publications produced by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). Also included are citations to relevant articles from 8 regional newspapers. Some publications are indexed back to 1971. Full text and/or images are available for nearly 250 publications.
Business searcher-friendly interface. Provides full-text coverage for over 9,400 general and scholarly business journals and other sources in marketing, management, economics, finance, accounting, and international business. Includes full-text business books; case studies; investment research, industry, market research, and country reports; and SWOT analyses. Some coverage begins in 1886.
ProQuest Research Library: Including
- ABI/INFORM Collection (1971 - current) that covers scholarly and trade journal articles, dissertations, market reports, industry reports, business cases and global and trade news; and
- Accounting, Tax & Banking Collection (1971 - current) that contains essential publications for information about the financial services industry, including accounting, tax, banking, and industry trends.
Extensive full-text database combining scholarly journals, trade publications, dissertations, working papers, market reports, newspapers, business plans, and other sources relevant to research in business and economics. Includes ABI/Inform Collection; Accounting, Tax & Banking Collection; Asian & European Business Collection; Business Market Research Collection; Entrepreneurship Database.
Provides access to the digital editions of 40 regional and U.S. weekly business journals, including the San Antonio Business Journal, as well as the Digital Book of Lists, with names and contact information of hundreds of rank-ordered companies.
Provides access to books and journals in accounting and finance, economics, education, engineering, health care, HR and organizational behavior, LIS, management science, marketing, strategy, tourism and hospitality, and more.
Provides a comprehensive suite of business and financial information, including financial data on 15,000 NYSE, AMEX, and NASDAQ companies, with current and historical annual reports and SEC filings since 1993 through EDGAR Search, as well as financial data on 20,000 active and inactive international companies in over 100 countries; institutional holding and insider trading data with current records of company stock purchases and sales; 15 years of standardized quarterly and annual income statements from 35,000 companies in over 100 countries; thirty years of equity pricing data; independent equity research on 4,000 publicly-traded North American companies with buy, hold, and sell recommendations; and biographical, salary/compensation, and insider stock trading data on over 200,000 executives in U.S. corporations.
Provides exclusive investment tools, up-to-date Morningstar financial data and research on 24,000 mutual funds, 10,000 stocks, and reports on more than 850 exchange-traded funds; research and independent opinions on mutual funds, stocks, and exchange-traded funds. Ratings and risk information are updated daily.The UTSA license is for TWO simultaneous users. When both seats are in use, you will see a username and password prompt. Wait 15 minutes and try again. Please click on the End Session link when you leave your session. Only a few people can use this database at one time.
Provides access to comprehensive business and investment information, including Standard & Poor's products such as Industry Surveys, stock reports, executives, The Outlook newsletter, mutual fund reports, and others.
Contains financial information on 60,000 listed companies and 65 million global private companies from 225 countries; bank and insurance reports; comprehensive ownership/subsidiary coverage; directors and contacts; market reports from Datamonitor, M&A activity and more. Features the ability to create company lists based on 100+ criteria. Provides a dual interface: Mint Global for end users and ORBIS for researchers. The Pan-European dataset (AMADEUS) and listed company dataset (OSIRIS) may be retrieved through WRDS.
Contains financial data on major privately-held companies including private financials and revenues, private M&A deals, private firm valuations, VC funding, private equity deal history, private and family ownership breakdowns, and more. Based on proprietary financial analysis and data technology, editorial quality review, and market research.
Provides analyst reports; securities research; economic company, product and industry research reports from J.P. Morgan Chase & Company. U.S and global coverage. 2011-current.
Specialized Financial / Investment Databases - Available on Designated Workstations
Provides analysis and quotes for equities and indices; current company, industry, and market news; and economic data for countries around the world.
UTSA faculty, students, and staff can search Bloomberg from one of sixteen workstations. One workstation is located in the 2nd floor Information Commons in the John Peace Library building. The remaining fifteen workstations are located in the Financial Studies Lab in the College of Business. For assistance, please ask for help at the Information Desk on the 2nd floor of the John Peace Library building.
Bloomberg Terminal’s Log-in Requirement:
• Bloomberg is only available on designated workstations at UTSA.
• For first-time user of Bloomberg, after you log into a designated Bloomberg workstation at UTSA, then you must register with the Bloomberg system by using your UTSA email, in order to get your log-in ID and password from Bloomberg.
S&P Capital IQ provides information on U.S. and international public and private companies, private equity firms, active securities and company executives, board members and investment professionals worldwide. CIQ includes data on M&A/financing transactions, public offerings, corporate executives and board directors, compensation, news, filings, screening tools, chart builder, Excel Plug-In modeling tool, real-time market data and news, macroeconomic data, industry analyses, investment research, and more. The relationship tree helps identify connections among individuals and companies up to three degrees of separation.
During the COVID-19 disruption, UTSA students, faculty and staff may temporarily register for remote access to S&P Capital IQ off campus. Click on the database name to create a New User account using your @utsa.edu or @my.utsa.edu email account, or use your existing login. To download Office Plug-in, go to My Capital IQ tab > My Profile > Downloads. Go to Help in the top right to learn more about using Capital IQ. You may also complete Capital IQ training at S&P Market Intelligence Academic Resource Center.
Contains up to a 20-year history of fundamental financial, statistical, and market data for corporations, banks, S&Ls, ADRs/ADSs, business segments, geographic areas, industry composites and indexes in 'North America' as well as 'Global.' Extensive coverage of annual and quarterly Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow, and supplemental data items is provided on over 19,000 active and inactive publicly traded companies. Includes currency files with cross-translation tables for more than 100 currencies. Particularly useful for advanced quantitative analysis, including database queries, or for access to company/industry financial statements and data. Updated quarterly. Please note: This resource is only available to current UTSA faculty, students, and staff. You must request a WRDS account prior to use.
Provides real-time and historical financial and economic information services to evaluate investment opportunities and corporate performance; compare international markets and analyze fund holdings. Includes data on equities, bonds, derivatives, economics, and investment trusts.
Users cannot access the Datastream remotely. Datastream - with its software program installed locally - is only available on two computer workstations at UTSA John Peace Library.
In addition, Datastream can be accessible on a workstation in the office of doctoral students in finance / accounting and a few workstations in the Financial Studies Lab at the College of Business.