Since 1841, Dun & Bradstreet has helped companies of all sizes manage risk and reveal opportunity. Today, we are differentiated by the scale, depth, diversity, and accuracy of our constantly expanding business database, known as our Data Cloud, that contains comprehensive information on more than 360 million total businesses.

We believe that we have an attractive business model that is underpinned by highly recurring, diversified revenues, significant operating leverage, low capital requirements, and strong free cash flow. The proprietary and embedded nature of our solutions and the integral role that we play in our clients’ decision-making processes have translated into high client retention and revenue visibility. We believe the total addressable market in which we operate is large, growing and significantly underpenetrated. We believe our current client base presents a large opportunity for growth through enhanced cross-selling in order to capture more of our clients’ data and analytics spend.

~$1.6 billion

2019 Revenue 1

~35%

2019 EBITDA Margin 2

~96%

2019 Revenue Retention

~135,000

Clients

~360 million

Businesses Covered

243

Countries and Territories

~16,000

Data Sources

~90%

of Fortune 500 are Clients

1Adjusted Revenue includes both Predecessor and Successor periods, which includes the effect of deferred revenue purchase accounting adjustments of $139 million, recorded in accordance with GAAP, related to the Take-Private Transaction, as well as the acquisitions of Lattice and Orb.

2Adjusted EBITDA Margin is calculated by dividing Adjusted EBITDA by Adjusted Revenue. Adjusted Revenue and EBITDA include both Predecessor and Successor periods, which include the effect of deferred revenue purchase accounting adjustments of $139 million, recorded in accordance with GAAP, related to the Take-Private Transaction, as well as the acquisitions of Lattice and Orb. Excluding these adjustments, the EBITDA margin is approximately 40%.

Please reference Dun & Bradstreet’s S1 filing for additional details.