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Introducing supplier risk management and compliance database

Procurement leaders manage an array of responsibilities—from needs identification to vendor management and compliance screening.

One of the greatest challenges in procurement is supplier management – identifying the right supplier to keeping track of vendor performance.

Additionally, compliance risks like anti-corruption, policy and global norms adherence, business involvement in sensitive sectors, global sanctions, and even carbon footprint makes a procurement manager’s job riddled with challenges and difficulties.

Procurement and compliance teams are required to perform holistic review of the prospects under business pressure and often with limited data.

We have developed a state-of-the-art database for supplier risk analysis, identifying corporate linkage and ownership structure, locating alternative suppliers, comparing against peer performance.

Main features

We are a global data provider, known for the depth and accuracy of company data we provide.

What are the features of the company and ownership database?

  • Built for compliance and procurement risk management
  • Tens of millions of private companies
  • Direct and indirect current and historical ownership information
  • Visual ownership and company connections for detailed review
  • Detailed financials – P&L, balance sheet and financial ratios
  • Rich data – profits, costs, FTE numbers, inventories
  • Website addresses and detailed company descriptions
  • Original company filings for downloading and further analysis

Efficient search and outputs

What are the search and filtering options?

  • Search by company name or number, manager or shareholder name
  • 60+ different filters to find peer/competitor data
  • Efficient keyword, NACE/SIC activity code search
  • Various ratios filtering, e.g. inventory, debt ratios
  • Export in different views and formats

Easy-to-use database built for in-depth research

This is a powerful and transparent database with  a  well-thought-through  interface  and search capabilities, and high-quality data.

With this tool, you will be able to perform supplier risk analysis, identify corporate linkage and ownership structure, locate alternative suppliers and compare against peer performance.

About us

RoyaltyRange supplies private company financials and ownership, royalty rates, loan interest rates and service fees data to industry-leading multinational enterprises, global consulting companies, international law firms, tax authorities and universities in more than 70 countries. RoyaltyRange is funded by the European Union’s Structural Funds, with a total share capital of USD 1,000,000.

What our clients say about us:

I like the search results very much and have found perfect matches for my engagement. Kerwin Jin, Transaction Advisory, EY

Your cooperation is a valuable asset for us as the data received from your company helps us with our work and is value-adding. Lukas Drobnys, Tax, KPMG

Both our commercial and litigation IP lawyers were impressed with your service offering. Wayne Beynon, Commercial Disputes, Capital Law, UK

We highly appreciate your responsiveness and quality of results. Kerstin Heinecke, Financial Solutions, FAS AG, Germany

We consider RoyaltyRange one of our most valued collaborators, so we will surely continue to use their services in the future. Ivana Ilic, Tax, Deloitte

Your assistance and the data provided was very helpful for our project. Jack Violetta, BDO US

I found the system very reliable, well organized and easy to use. Andrea Tiburzi, Barzanò & Zanardo, Italy

The data was very helpful to me. Kate Morris, PYA, US

Just want to say thank you, I think you have a great service and appreciate your consistent and high-quality deliverables. Your support is always appreciated!Sean McNama, Transfer Pricing, RSM Canada

We acknowledge RoyaltyRange’s advantage over competitors. Aleksandrs Hrisanfovs, Deloitte

At first glance, these seem to be the best-organized results from any vendor thus far, thank you for that. Justin Skinner, Insight Economics