Capital IQ

Click on the “Details”   tab and read the Notes section to obtain your individual Capital IQ account!
DO NOT attempt to sign up or register at the Capital IQ site to obtain an account—you will only be referred back to the Rosenfeld Library.
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Your Capital IQ account works ONLY on a web browser configured with the Anderson Proxy Server!
New as of August 2018: All Capital IQ accounts now come with the Excel Plug-In. Please refer to the Notes section below for additional details.

S&P (Standard & Poor’s) Global Market Intelligence product that profiles company and financial data for more than 2.8 million U.S. and international public and private companies, investment firms, hedge funds, relationships among firms and people, biographical and contact data, mergers & acquisitions activities, venture capital/private equity data, securities data, regulatory filings, and corporate news.

 

If you are having problems connecting to a database, please check the following:

  1. Confirm you have the proper access privileges for this database.
  2. Make sure you have the proxy server properly configured.
  3. Check if the database requires a special account.
  4. Check if the database requires a specific web browser.

If you continue to have problems, please contact your area of computer support:

Anderson Faculty/Staff/PhD Students:
CS Response
csresponse@anderson.ucla.edu
(310)825-8549

Anderson Full Time MBA/EMBA/FEMBA/GEMBA/MFE Students:
Student Technology Services (STS)
sts@anderson.ucla.edu
(310)206-2045

Non-Anderson UCLA Faculty/Staff/Students
Bruin OnLine
http://help.bol.ucla.edu

Access
UCLA Anderson Login
Special Request (see notes)
Notes

Requires:  Personal, Registered Capital IQ Account and Current Anderson Network Account.

Log-on requires that the Anderson Proxy Server be enabled. Please be aware that:

Your Capital IQ account will work only on a web browser configured with the Anderson Proxy Server. Anderson School faculty and doctoral students who use the Anderson VPN must also have the Anderson Proxy Server configured on their web browsers in order to be able to use Capital IQ.

Eligible Users: 

(1) UCLA Anderson School Students currently enrolled in degree-granting Anderson School programs; (2) current Anderson School faculty; and (3) current Anderson School staff. Having a current “@anderson.ucla.edu” email account is mandatory. Please submit one request only.


Capital IQ Account Request Form for STUDENTS Capital IQ Account Request Form for FACULTY and STAFF

       Additional Notes:

  • CIQ accounts for Master's students are deactivated throughout the summer
  • New, Full-Time MBA 2021 students: May submit Capital IQ account requests starting Wednesday, August 7, 2019.
  • New and returning 2nd- or 3rd-year UCLA Anderson students: May submit Capital IQ account requests starting Monday, September 16, 2019.

Please Also Note: Account requests are batch processed for fulfillment twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. Following the 2018/19 Winter Campus Closure (December 22, 2018 - January 1, 2019), batch account processing will resume on Thursday, January 3, 2019. Exceptions may occur.

Account notification is by email directly from S&P Capital IQ Client Services (not from the Rosenfeld Library). It may take up to a week to receive your Capital IQ account login information.

To acquire the Excel  Plug-In for Capital IQ: On the Capital IQ home page, at My Profile (far left column), click on Downloads. On the next screen, click on the link Download Office Plug-in (New Installer), and follow the rest of the onscreen instructions. Be sure to allow at least a minute or two, initially, for the plug-in to download to your computer.

Database Usage

Electronic resources, or databases, are covered by licenses limiting access to academic use by UCLA faculty, staff, and current UCLA students, with some limited to Anderson School use only. Please also read the UCLA Library policy on Appropriate Use of Licensed Electronic Resources. Violations of the University's contractual agreements with electronic resources vendors can and do result in the suspension of access to those resources for the entire UCLA community.