FTSE benchmarking reports
More detailed information about FTSE benchmarking reports from the ICAEW Library & Information Service's company research services.
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Data for our benchmarking reports is supplied by FAME, a company and financial database. It provides detailed company information, including addresses and contacts, on UK and Irish public and private companies.
FAME is updated daily and can be used to create mailing lists for a marketing strategy, to generate comparative lists of companies that you can use to benchmark an organisation or to obtain company reports.
We provide reports free of charge to ICAEW members and ACA students. This service is not available to members of the public.
Which FTSE indices can I choose from?
We can produce reports that provide financial data for companies listed on the following FTSE indices:
- FTSE 100
- FTSE 250
- FTSE 350
- FTSE All Share
- FTSE Small Cap
- FTSE Techmark 100
- FTSE Techmark All
- FTSE Fledgling.
What information is in a report?
Depending on the data available, the following information may be given in our reports:
- company name
- town or city (taken from the trading address)
- trade description (including Standard Industrial Classification code)
- total turnover
- UK turnover
- overseas turnover
- date accounts last made up (and accounting reference date)
- cost of sales
- gross profit
- operating profit
- profit (loss) before tax
- directors' remuneration
- number of employees (last year)
- audit fee.
The results will be sent to you in Excel format.
Can I use this service to compare small companies?
The rise in the audit thresholds for small and medium-sized enterprises and the subsequent increase in the number of companies filing abbreviated accounts means that little or no data is available for many smaller companies. Our reports exclude most small companies. This service is primarily aimed at benchmarking companies filing full accounts.