A database of the world's banks and financial institutions. Its comprehensive coverage encompasses payment and settlement details, ownership, credit ratings, financials and more. Service has limited licensing/access: Access to Bankers' Almanac
Restricted data reported for the BIS International Banking Statistics (IBS). These statistics cover the balance sheets of internationally active banks. The locational statistics provide information about the geographical and currency composition of banks' assets and liabilities, including intragroup business. The consolidated statistics measure banks' country risk exposures on a worldwide consolidated basis. Service has limited licensing/access: Limited to BIS Nominees in each department.
The CBLD is the most comprehensive central bank law database in the world. It holds central bank laws, other financial sector laws, and excerpts from constitutions of 175 IMF member countries and monetary unions, grouped in 273 categories.
The Financial Access Survey, launched in 2009, is a supply-side dataset on access to and use of financial services aimed at supporting policymakers to measure and monitor financial inclusion and benchmark progress against peers. The FAS is based on administrative data collected by central banks and other financial regulators.
Orbis is a business information platform providing data on over 430 million public and private banks, industrial companies and insurance companies globally. It includes extensive firm-level data on capital stock, investment, value-added, employment, cross-border ownerships, and corporate profits & loss accounts. Open to all IMF staff.