Make Smarter, More Efficient DecisionsDun & Bradstreet offers premium data sets that meet the needs of enterprise data and compliance specialists, as well as trading and investment professionals. By delivering trusted data and analytics on over 265 million businesses worldwide, we help firms to meet regulatory requirements while increasing efficiency and outperforming benchmarks.
Exceptional data to drive shrewd decisions
Today’s capital markets are all about speed to market. You need easy access to the right data intelligence to execute with agility, and beat your rivals in the world’s most competitive business. From alpha generation to reduced risk exposure to meeting regulatory requirements, Dun & Bradstreet has the capital markets data expertise you require.
"The aggregate view of the client is probably the biggest focus of the industry right now."
- Chief Data Officer for Large Global Investment Bank
"D&B makes the most sense for fixed income clients trying to understand the riskiness of buying certain bonds."
- Director of Investment Analytics for US Investment Manager
"[Our firm] needs to know what our exposure is throughout all of the enterprise. So we are always looking to improve upon our understanding of these hierarchies"
- Head Trader for Large Asset Manager
Data for Alpha, Risk and Data Management
Gain an edge on the marketplaceAs a capital markets participant, you need unique intelligence on public and private companies — data and analytics that will empower you to comply with regulations, increase operational efficiency and generate alpha.
Content Delivered In Our Customers' Environments Where and When They Need It
By natively integrating Dun & Bradstreet's data and insights within the best-of-breed solutions of the world's leading technology providers, we provide our customers - and those of our partners - access to the information they need, on-demand, at the point of decision, within the workflows of our partners' solutions.
We have a high level of interest in the financial ecosystem of our clients. If Dell is a client, I want to know all about the companies servicing Dell, and the money flows. What financial institutions are they using? Has that changed? Do we have an opportunity here?