The SEC generates a html page as an index for every filing it receives containing all the meta-information about the filing.

filing_information(x)

# S3 method for character
filing_information(x)

# S3 method for xml_node
filing_information(x)

Arguments

x

URL or xml_document for a SEC filing index page

Value

A dataframe with all the parsed meta-info on the filing

Details

Information returned:

  • type

  • description

  • accession_number

  • filing_date

  • accepted_date

  • documents

  • period_date

  • changed_date

  • effective_date

  • filing_bytes

Not all details are valid for all filings, but the column will always be present

If you know you're going to want all the details of a filing, including documents funds and filers, look at `filing_details`

Examples

# Typically you'd get the URL from one of the search functions x <- paste0("https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/", "933691/000119312517247698/0001193125-17-247698-index.htm") filing_information(x)
#> type description accession_number filing_date #> 1 497 Definitive materials: 0001193125-17-247698 2017-08-04 #> accepted_date documents period_date changed_date effective_date bytes #> 1 2017-08-03 18:23:11 15 <NA> <NA> 2017-08-04 628369