The Banker Database tracks the leading banks in every country, over 5000 banks and 82 financial data points and 27 non-financial data points.
|• Available-for-Sale Securities||• Loans and Advances to Corporate Customers|
|• Cash and Balance at Central Bank(s)||• Loans and Advances to Financial Institutions|
|• Commercial Mortgages||• Loans and Advances to Public Institutions|
|• Corporate Customers Deposits||• Loans and Advances to Retail Customers|
|• Deposits by Banks||• Mortgages|
|• Deposits made by the Central Bank||• Retail Customers Deposits|
|• Derivatives (Assets)||• Retail Mortgages|
|• Derivatives (Liabilities)||• Total Assets|
|• Gross Total Deposits||• Total Liabilities|
|• Gross Total Loans||• Trading Liabilities|
|• Held-to-Maturity Securities||• Trading Securities|
|• $ Pre-Tax Profit per $ Staff Costs||• Other Financial Assets Impairment Provisions|
|• General and Admin Expenses as a % of Total Operating Expenses||• Other Impairment Charges and Provisions|
|• General and Administrative Expenses||• Other Non-Interest Income|
|• Loan Impairment Provisions||• Pre-Tax Profits|
|• Net Fee and Commission Income to Gross Operating Income||• Staff Costs as a % of Total Operating Expenses|
|• Net Fee and Net Fee and Commission Income||• Staff Expenses|
|• Net Interest Income||• Taxes|
|• Net Interest Income to Gross Operating Income||• Total Impairment Charges and Provisions|
|• Net Non-Interest Income||• Total Impairment Charges as a % of Gross Total Loans|
|• Net Operating Income||• Total Impairment Charges as a % of Total Operating Income|
|• Net Trading Income||• Total Operating Income|
|• Net Trading Income to Gross Operating Income||• Total Profit or Loss on Discontinued Operations|
|• Operating Costs||• Unrealized Gains or Losses on Financial Instruments Designated at Fair Value|
|• BIS Capital Adequacy Ratio (Core Tier1 %) %||• Market Risk-Weighted Assets|
|• BIS Tier1 %||• Operational|
|• BIS Total %||• Operational Risk to Total RWA Risk-Weighted Assets|
|• Core Tier 1 / CET1||• Return on Risk-Weighted Assets|
|• Credit Risk to Total Risk-Weighted Assets||• Tier 1 Capital|
|• Credit Risk-Weighted Assets||• Tier 2 Capital|
|• Innovative Tier 1 Capital||• Total Risk-Weighted Assets|
|• Market Risk to Total RWA Risk-Weighted Assets|
|• Capital Assets Ratio||• Return on Assets|
|• Cost/Income Ratio||• Return on Capital|
|• Loans to Assets Ratio||• Return on Equity|
|• Loans to Deposits Ratio||• RWA to TA Ratio|
|• Non Performing Loans (NPL)|
|• Branches (Total)||• Number of Corporate Customers|
|• Employees (Total)||• Number of Retail Customers|
|• No of ATMs||• Total Customers|
|Executive Data in The Banker Database|
|• Chairman||• Head of Private Banking|
|• CEO||• Head of Corporate Finance|
|• Chief Financial Officer||• Head of Trading & Sales|
|• Chief Information Officer||• Head of Retail Brokerage|
|• Head of International Division||• Head of Agency Services|
|• Head of Commercial Banking||• Head of Payment & Settlement|
|• Head of Retail Banking||• Head of Compliance|
|• Head of Investment Banking||• Head of Information Technology|
|• Head of Risk Management||• Head of Human Resources|
|• Head of Asset Management||• E-Commerce Manager|
|• SWIFT code||• Telephone|
|• Bank City||• Fax|
|• Bank Country||• Website|
|• Bank Address|
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The Banker Database is a service of the Financial Times, providing you with comprehensive financial data, and insight for 5000 of the worlds leading banks in more than 160 countries.
We track key indicators, including itemised breakdowns of banks' balance sheets, profit and loss accounts, and regulatory capital data. Our data has been normalised for regional reporting and regulatory variations, and has formed the basis of The Banker's monthly bank rankings, including the world-renowned Top 1000 World Banks, since 1970. These benchmark measures of bank strength are trusted and used by the entire industry.
Unrivalled coverage: The Banker Database tracks banks in more than 160 jurisdictions representing 90% of the world's total banking assets.
The Banker Database provides comprehensive financial data, performance and contact information on the significant local and foreign owned banks in every country, and offers detailed itemised breakdowns of banks' balance sheets, profit and loss statements, capital structures and other indicators.
Industry standard: all data is closely scrutinised before publication online and in the magazine. We have a high level of co-operation with banks during the data normalisation process. The data is verified against audited annual reports by The Banker's dedicated in-house research team and normalised for regional accounting inconsistencies. It is then screened by our research editor and by more than 30 advanced data tests before passing through the quality control system into the database.
This rigorous research process is the reason the industry has come to rely on The Banker rankings and database.
Daily updates: updated daily by our team of research analysts.
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