Dictionary

Bank – Commercial

From the Collaborative Bond and Money Market Data Portal  

  

The Bank – Commercial, or Commercial Bank industry consists of financial institutions that primarily accepts deposits, provides checking account services, and lends to commercial and individual borrowers.
 

The Industry Sector is a classification that describes the activity of an entity within the economy. The classification is based on where the relevant entity derives the majority of its revenue.
 

In the Collaborative Bond and Money Market Data Model the Commercial Bank Industry Sector appears within the Industry Sector Type: Bank. Accordingly, this entity has a specific banking license from the regulator in its home jurisdiction.
 

CMDportal uses industry sector classifications both at the Legal Entity level, as well as at the Group level. At the Legal Entity level the entity is classified by their actual industry activity. Accordingly, we classify an issuer of Asset Backed Securities that is part of a banking conglomerate as an ABS type issuer at the entity level but at the group level as for example a "Bank - Commercial.”
 

Based on available data, on the 18th of April 2018 the size of the Bank – Commercial Bond Market at entity level was USD2trn equivalent. At the group level the size of the market was USD2trn equivalent.
 

For information on issues in Commercial Bank Bond Market, please use CMDportal's instrument search tool.

 

For information on the size of the Commercial Bank Bond Market, please use CMDportal's data sheet tool.
 

For information on the composition of the Commercial Bank Bond Market, please use CMDportal's issuer search tool.
 

For information on active dealers in the Commercial Bank Bond Market, please use CMDportal's dealer search tool.
 

For information on active investors in the Commercial Bank Bond Market, please use CMDportal's investor search tool.