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
FIB-DM Core is an Open Source sub-model comprising of FIBO Foundation, Business Entities, and Finance Business & Commerce modules. The Financial Industry Business Universal Model, FIBUM is a sibling to FIB-DM. The UML model comprises more than 1000 classes.
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 data model on the FIB-DM website|
|The US Covid Relief Act has been signed into law, starting the Full FIBO Data Model 40% Discount for commercial licenses including Loans. For details, visit the upgrade page on the FIB-DM website.|
|The article on this site shows how to scope a reference data model for the Call Report.|
|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.|
|The Semantics for large Banks video takes Open Banking with the EU Revised Payment Services Directive, PSD2 as an example.|
|The 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.|
|The diagram gallery of the new Loans data model package|
|The Entity List Report shows all 1,811 Banking Data Model Entities with their name, code, definition. and stereotype.|
The diagram gallery shows FIBO Foundation and Finance, Business, and Commerce packages for banking.
Click on a thumbnail to open the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) diagram. Then use your browser to scroll and zoom in and out.