The benchmarking module

Financial figures of over 27,000 national
and global comparison companies

Create custom benchmarking reports and compare companies
with a selected peer group based on 14 financial figures from 7 categories.


Benchmarking financial figures

Sales growth and EBITDA growth


EBIT margin and EBITDA margin




Equity ratio and debt ratio


FFO/net debt [% p.a.] and EBIT interest coverage [% p.a.]


CAPEX/Sales [% p.a.] and CAPEX/Fixed assets [% p.a.]


Net Working Capital/Revenue [% p.a.] and Net Working Capital/Capital Employed [% p.a.]


Individual benchmarking

Calculate relevant financial figures for any given company and compare them with an individual peer group.

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Calculating beta factors for business valuation is particularly challenging, as the data must be accurate and comprehensible in order to avoid expensive mistakes. At smartZebra, we understand the importance of accurate beta calculations, especially when it comes to future-oriented corporate values. That is why we offer a comprehensive database of over 27,000 companies from the world's major capital markets, including a search function that helps to identify suitable peer groups for difficult cases.

But what is the beta factor anyway and why is it so important? The beta factor of a stock describes the risk in relation to the risk of the entire stock market. The beta factor is determined by the regression of the return on stocks against the yield of a broad stock index. Companies with a beta factor of more than 1 have a higher risk than the market, while companies with a beta factor of less than 1 are considered to be more stable.

Our smartZebra database offers a variety of industry betas for 20 sectors and 129 sub-sectors. We transparently display the number of companies in the sub-sectors and which companies they are. In combination with our company database and our intelligent search function, you can quickly find the right peer groups.

Whether you're an experienced business analyst or just need an overview, our database of high-quality capital market data will help you work more precisely and effectively. Take advantage of this opportunity today!