Bankers' Almanac scraps print; goes 100% digital

Source: Bankers' Almanac

Bankers' Almanac, a leading global provider of financial data celebrates its final print publication after 166 years as the business aligns focus to online and digital services.

The decision by Bankers' Almanac to cease publishing the book reflects the ever-changing nature of the industry and demand for more frequently updated information catered for and provided by their online portfolio. Since the launch of in 1999 the database has grown significantly and the bi-annual publication can no longer reflect the depth and breadth of information available or the speed of update necessary for the competitive banking market. By providing key banking reference data through it's online or data services, Bankers' Almanac is able to provide professionals with comprehensive, instantly accessible and frequently updated information.

Kerry Hewson, Director, stated "The focus has definitely shifted to become more digitally minded. The challenge for us is always to meet the need for both increasingly accurate and comprehensive data, and, now even beyond that, to deliver functionality to enhance the user experience."

Bankers' Almanac was established in 1845 as a hard copy directory of banking information and since then has continued to develop innovative reference data solutions to meet the needs of the banking industry. To celebrate this momentous occasion Bankers' Almanac has commissioned an article by David Lascelles looking back at the changing banking landscape in the last 166 years.

This positive move will see continued investment in customer focused solutions. In addition to its intenational payments coverage, online propositions from Bankers' Almanac include the Due Diligence Repository, catering for the compliance market, and containing over 190,000 key KYC documents¹. Their latest product release, Credit Risk provides key financial data and tools for counterparty credit risk analysis. These market specific solutions represent the continual development and evolution of the portfolio of products serving the banking market.

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