LONDON, UK – EQS Newswire – 10 June 2022 – Financial information from over 100 multinational drug companies, involving over 70,000 data points, have been accumulated over the past 35 years to create a pharmaceutical database. All our data (sales, COGS, SG&A, R&D and other income) have been derived from annual reports, regulatory filings and company presentations, and then analysed, wherever possible, in a like-for-like manner, irrespective of how each company presents the data. This is a key differentiator to competitive products and is important because all company management teams report “adjusted”, “core”, or “non-GAAP” earnings to show themselves in the best possible light. However, different inclusion/exclusion criteria in the generation of these adjustments lead to distortions and variability.
Although some of the companies are multi-divisional, another key differentiator is the extraction and analysis of data for the pharmaceutical segment only. This product is unique because it analyses the individual cost components of each company over time and generates pharma industry weighted averages, allowing peer and industry comparisons to be made. It also generates individual company and industry-wide underlying operating profit (EBIT), both pre-R&D and post R&D.
Historically, data from over 100 companies has been accumulated, but industry consolidation means that just 40 are included currently, which command an estimated 76% of the global drug industry. The main exceptions are the Chinese companies where insufficient data are available on a consistent basis.
Current companies included in dataset:
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