Python interface to the FDIC's API for publically available bank data
Source Code: https://github.com/dpguthrie/bankfind
FDIC Documentation: https://banks.data.fdic.gov/docs/
bankfind is a python interface to publically available bank data from the FDIC.
There are currently, as of 8/11/20, five endpoints that the FDIC has exposed to the public:
- failures - returns detail on failed financial institutions
- institutions - returns a list of financial institutions
- history - returns detail on structure change events
- locations - returns locations / branches of financial institutions
- summary - returns aggregate financial and structure data, subtotaled by year, regarding financial institutions
Python 2.7, 3.5+
- Requests - The elegant and simple HTTP library for Python, built for human beings.
import bankfind as bf # Get Institutions data = bf.get_institutions() # Get Institutions from Colorado with high ROE data = bf.get_institutions(filters="STNAME:Colorado AND ROE:[25 TO *]") # Get Commercial Banks from Colorado that aren't S-Corps data = bf.get_institutions(filters="STNAME:Colorado AND SUBCHAPS:0 AND CB:1")
This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license.