Banking Data Model

The Banking Data Model is a scope of the Financial Industry Business Data Model (FIB-DM), the largest reference standard for Retail, Commercial, and Investment Banks. FIB-DM is a complete model transformation of FIBO, the Financial Industry Business Ontology.

Global banks created the FIBO as an open-source industry standard for concepts, their relationships, and definitions. We used our patent-pending Ontology to Data-model Transformation, CODT, to make it available in the leading data modeling tool, SAP PowerDesigner.

FIB-DM Core is an Open-Source sub-model comprising FIBO Foundation, Business Entities, and Finance Business & Commerce modules.

For the Bank Ontology, the banking data model is a fully mapped bridge and relational data sources and targets.

Banking data model resources

Download the FIBO data model on the FIB-DM website
A PNG version of the Student Loan diagram.The diagram gallery of the new Loans data model packages.
Bank Call Report Entity Schedule concept mapThe article on this site shows how to scope a reference data model for the Call Report.
Bank Call Report Entity Schedule (png)The companion webinar PowerPoint explains Financial Industry Fundamental Business concepts and the Call Report Entity schedule data model in detail.
The Semantics for midsize Banks video examines the challenges for smaller domestic banks utilizing the FIBO ontology and suggests a roadmap starting with the data model.
Open Banking PSD2 in FIBO and FIB-DMThe Semantics for large Banks video takes Open Banking with the EU Revised Payment Services Directive, PSD2 as an example.
Ontology Data Model Transformation tutorial - frontpageThe Semantics for Extra Large Banks video is the tutorial for the Configurable Ontology to Data Model Transformation, CODT, enabling Financial institutions to transform their FIBO customizations and extensions.
Banking Data Model - Entity list report (PDF)The Entity List Report shows all 1,811 Banking Data Model Entities with their name, code, definition. and stereotype.