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Search SEC Filings for financial and non-financial information such as board members, executive compensation, audit committee, compensation committee, etc. in seconds through SeekiNF, a cloud technology by SeekEdgar.
2021. Review of Financial Studies (Forthcoming)When Shareholders Disagree: Trading After Shareholder Meetings, Sophia Zhengzi Li, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey - Rutgers Business School at Newark & New Brunswick, Ernst G. Maug, University of Mannheim Business School; European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), Miriam Schwartz-Ziv, Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Department of Finance and Banking.
2021. Journal of Management AccountingOperating Cash Flows and Earnings Target Revision: Evidence from Annual Cash Bonus Plans for CEOs , Laura Li, Shuyang Wang, Wei Zhu, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
2021. AUDITING: A Journal of Practice & Theory. Does the Format of Internal Control Disclosures Matter? An Experimental Investigation of Nonprofessional Investor Behavior, Amanuel F. Tadesse, and Uday S. Murthy, University of South Florida.
2020. Journal of Finance. Insider Investment Horizon, by Ferhat Akbas, University of Illinois at Chicago; Chao Jiang, University of South Carolina; and Paul D. Koch, University of Kansas.
2020. The Accounting Review. The Effect of Trade Secrets Law on Stock Price Synchronicity: Evidence from the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine, Yongtae Kim, Santa Clara University and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Lixin (Nancy) Su, Lingnan University Hong Kong, Zheng Wang, City University of Hong Kong, Haibin Wu, City University of Hong Kong.
2019. Journal of Information Systems. Cloud-Computing Risk Disclosure and ICFR Material Weakness: The Moderating Role of Accounting Reporting Complexity, Antoinette L. Smith, Florida International University, Yibo (James) Zhang, Miami University, Peter C. Kipp, University of North Texas.
2018. The Accounting Review. Auditor Multinational Expertise and Audit Quality, by Joshua L. Gunn, University of Pittsburg, and Paul N. Michas, University of Arizona.
2017. Management Science.Offshore Expertise for Onshore Companies: Director Connections to Island Tax Havens and Corporate Tax Policy, by Tom Kubick, University of Kansas; Jiang Chao, University of South Carolna; Mihail Miletkov, University of New Hampshire; and Jide Wintoki, University of Kansas.
2017. Journal Accounting & Economics.The Real Effects of Mandated Information on Social Responsibility in Financial Reports: Evidence from Mine-Safety Records by Hans Christensen, University of Chicago; Eric Floyd, University of California San Diego; and Lisa Yao Liu, University of Chicago; and Mark G. Maffett, University of Chicago.
2016. The Accounting Review.The Effects of Regulatory Scrutiny on Tax Avoidance: An Examination of SEC Comment Letters by Thomas R. Kubick, The University of Kansas; Daniel P. Lynch, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Michael A. Mayberry, University of Florida; Thomas C. Omer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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SeekiNF(Search Engine to Extract Knowledge from Industry Filings) is a cloud-based technology that provides searchable interface within different levels of resolutions in SEC filings. SeekiNF allows users to search for financial and non-financial information based on user specified search strings from the various SEC filings and PCAOB Inspection Reports from 1994-2021 with daily updates. It has around 19 million SEC filings and 35 million documents in its database spread over 28 years. SeekiNF provides tremendous opportunities for gathering information related to accounting, finance, marketing, tax, law, etc. to conduct research and develop various risk assessment models including financial risk and fraud risk using financial and non-financial information.
In short, SeekiNF is a Complete System, Second to None with its own Database and Incredible Search Engine.
Four Dimensions of SeekiNF
Search: Search for specific issues/concerns in SEC Filings and PCAOB Inspection Reports in seconds (e.g., which companies are involved in litigation, patent infringement, wrongful termination, or mentioning "we may never be profitable" in their annual report, etc.)
Obtain: Obtain information/data not available from any source. Examples: executives bios and compensation, business address, fiscal year end, Tax ID, State of Incorporation, audit committee members, unique balance sheet items, etc.
Perform: Perform textual analyses of all 35 million documents in no time with built-in features (e.g., Word counter, Sentence counter, Proximity Counter with order, Word distribution for multiple years, six readability indices, Seven Risk Sentiment Metrics (RS): Feng Li RS, Financial Risk, Litigation Risk, Tax Risk, Systematic Risk, Idiosyncratic Risk, and Overall Risk), and Cosine Similarity Metric for the same company or two different companies for almost all the filings.
Download: Download all the searched data in HTML and Excel Files on your system for your future reference and analyses.
FRAANK allows users to get financial statements, especially Balance Sheet, Income Statements, and Cash Flow Statements, of public companies filed with the SEC. These statements are made available in Excel Spreadsheet format.
Also, FRAANK lets users download non-financial information from 10K and 10Q filings, such as: Audit Report,
Summary of Audit Report - auditee, auditor, type of opinion, place and date of audit, and dumps into Excel Spreadsheet, SOX 404 Management and
Audit Reports, Footnotes, Items, and MD&A, Signature - obtains names of people who signed 10K with their titles.