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Raw Data Feed Products

The CompleteBankData Data Subscription Product provides end-users with direct access to our comprehensive banking dataset.

We aggregate regulatory banking information from a variety of sources including the FDIC and Federal Reserve and present the data in a company specific top down view. The database is a point in time and optimized for reads. Data refreshes range from daily (where provided by regulators) to quarterly.

Data Access Methods

We provide three ways to access our data feeds.

  • Real-time database access for R
  • Daily XML feed via FTP
  • Custom REST endpoints

Data Description

A description and details of each dataset are provided below.

FDIC Data

Bank financials are pulled from the FDIC’s real-time service and include all fields from the quarterly call reports. Data per quarter is available starting the day after the quarter end. Information is pulled from the FDIC and updated in our systems nightly. Typically 90% of the US banks have filed their financial statements with the FDIC within 30 days of the quarter end. Banks are given 57 days to file all financials, a few banks, mostly small banks take the entire time.

The data set is quarterly from Q1 2001 to present and includes over 5,000 call report fields from all call schedules.

In addition to daily updates for new financials the system looks back daily for revised financials over the past year. Each quarter the system looks back for revised financials in the last five years (not including the past year), and once a year it looks back for revised financials from 2000 up to five years ago.

Federal Reserve Data

There are multiple data sets and related information available from the Federal Reserve, all of this information except for M&A activity is included in each company’s xml record.

Basic demographic information is provided about all holding companies both active an inactive. An active holding company is one that is currently in operation. An in-active holding company is one that has merged or discontinued business.

There are multiple data sets and related information available from the Federal Reserve, all of this information except for M&A activity is included in each company’s xml record.

Basic demographic information is provided about all holding companies both active an inactive. An active holding company is one that is currently in operation. An in-active holding company is one that has merged or discontinued business.

Demographic attributes include basic details such as address information but also information:

  • CUSIP numbers for securities
  • A SEC reporting status flag
  • ABA numbers
  • Charter details
  • A full list of owned subsidiaries (both banks and non-bank subsidiaries)
    • Ownership percentages for subsidiaries
    • Control status of the subsidiary

Company Financials

Holding company financial statements are provided for both small and large holding companies in a point in time format similar to bank financials. Holding company financial are usually available 60 days after the quarter ends, but at times can be as early as 40 days after the quarter ends.

Large holding companies as defined as those with assets above $1b file consolidated financial statements as well as holding company only financial statements. Fields from both financials are available in the xml export.

Small holding companies are defined as those with assets under $1b. For small holding companies only holding company level financials are available, consolidated financials are not. A consolidated balance sheet for small holding companies will be available in late 2017.

M&A Activity

Our dataset includes merger and acquisition activity for select surviving financial institutions dating back to 1936. Complete merger and acquisition activity is available for modern times.

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