enue from non-subscription products based on the S&P and Dow Jones Indices, and also generates subscription revenue. Primarily, this segment generates revenue from the following sources: Investment vehicles, such as exchange traded funds, which are based on the S&P DJ Indices' benchmarks and generate revenue through fees based on assets and underlying funds; Exchange traded derivatives, which generate royalties based on trading volumes of derivatives contracts listed on various exchanges; Index-related licensing fees, which are either fixed or variable annual and per-issue fees for over-the-counter derivatives and retail-structured products; and Data and customized index subscription fees, which support index fund management, portfolio analytics and research. Commodities & Commercial This segment consists of business-to-business companies specializing in the commodities and commercial markets that deliver their customers access to information, data, analytic services and pricing benchmarks. This segment includes the following brands: Platts: Provides essential price data, analytics, and industry insight that enable commodities markets to perform with greater transparency and efficiency. J.D. Power: Provides essential consumer intelligence to help businesses measure, understand, and improve the key performance metrics that drive growth and profitability. In 2015, the company began exploring strategic alternatives for J.D. Power, included in its Commodities & Commercial segment. The company’s commodities business serves producers, traders, and intermediaries within energy, metals and agriculture markets. The company’s commercial business serves professionals and executives within automotive, financial services, insurance and marketing / research services markets. This segment’s revenue is generated primarily through the following sources: Subscription Revenue: Subscriptions to the company’s real-time news, market data and price assessments, along with other information products, primarily serving the energy and the automotive industry. Non-subscription Revenue: Primarily from licensing of the company’s proprietary market price data and price assessments to commodity exchanges, syndicated and proprietary research studies, commercial-oriented data and analytics, conference sponsorship, consulting engagements and events. Acquisitions During 2015, the company continued to create a portfolio focused on interrelated businesses in the capital and commodity markets. Commodities & Commercial: The company acquired the entire issued share capital of Petromedia Ltd and its operating subsidiaries, an independent provider of data, intelligence, news and tools to the global fuels market that offers a suite of products providing clients with actionable data and intelligence that enables informed decisions, minimizes risk and increases efficiency. The company also acquired National Automobile Dealers Association's Used Car Guide, a major provider of the U.S. retail, trade-in and auction used-vehicle valuation products, services and information. Strategy The company is aligning its efforts against two key strategic priorities, such as creating growth and driving performance. History McGraw Hill Financial, Inc. was founded in 1888. The company was incorporated in 1925 under the laws of the state of New York.
s&p global inc
(MHFI*:Mexico Stock Exchange)
55 Water Street
New York, NY 10041
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