Bankscope is the most comprehensive, global database of banks’ financial statements, ratings and intelligence. It's available in the original Bankscope interface, the new 'Find a Bank' streamlined interface, or as a datafeed. 

Bankscope combines comprehensive financial statements with a wide range of other banking intelligence including ratings, an analysis model, bank structures, news, AML documentation and banking research. Its coverage of banks is unique. Bankscope has information on 32,000 banks and is the definitive tool for bank research and analysis. It’s used by over 90% of the world’s top 1,000 banks. 

Bankscope original and now 'Find a Bank'

Bankscope 'original' has very comprehensive searching and analytical software so you can analyse banks, and groups of banks, in detail. We have just created a new simplified option 'Find a Bank' which is currently in beta. 

The new  'Find a Bank' has been created to help you get a bank's report very quickly and easily. When you search by name an algorithm shows you the banks you're most likely to be looking for at the top of your search results. It has simple filters so you can refine your search - and we have redesigned the reports. 

So now you have two options when using Bankscope - the original version with full searching and analysis options - and our simple Find a Bank searching. 

The data in Bankscope includes:
  • Detailed financials - statements are in multiple formats including a new universal format to compare banks globally
  • Interim data
  • Ratings, and rating reports, from FitchRatings, Moody's, Standard & Poor's and Capital Intelligence
  • Country risk and country finance reports
  • Stock data for listed banks
  • Directors and contacts
  • Original filings/images
  • Detailed bank structures
  • Economic country profiles and outlooks
  • Business and related news
  • M&A deals and rumors
  • Fitch Bank Credit Model for 11,000 banks
We recently added the Fitch Bank Credit Model to Bankscope. This is a statistical model that produces a financial implied rating and daily implied CDS spread for over 11,000 banks across the globe. This model helps you evaluate banks that aren't traditionally assessed by rating agencies and validate and benchmark your own credit opinions. 

How it helps you

Bankscope helps you navigate and analyze bank data

  • Access very detailed information on individual banks
  • Create benchmarking analyses comparing a bank against its peers
  • Search by hundreds of criteria
  • View modelled credit ratings on un-rated banks
  • Refer to original filings using our library of scanned images
  • Illustrate financials with our easy-to-create graphs
  • Get a quick view of a bank's financial status and exposure
  • Monitor banks using our alert system
  • Look at a bank's corporate structure in a tree diagram and find all companies with the same parent
  • Use with our analysis tools including Powerpoint and Excel Add-Ins and our specialist credit tool FACT
  • In-depth, often as filed, company information and business intelligence for individual countries, with local content. The products are arranged here in alphabetical order.


Bankscope contains information on over 32,000 banks.

  • the top 8,000 European banks
  • the top 14,000 North American banks
  • 1,000 Japanese banks
  • 1,200 Russian banks
  • over 7,000 other major banks
  • the leading 35 supranational banking and financial organizations

Each bank report contains a detailed consolidated and/or unconsolidated balance sheet, an income statement plus interim reports. Financial data is available for up to 16 years.