Members

Global Credit Data was established in December 2004 as a loose affiliation of 11 major banks. Since then membership has grown to 53 member banks across Europe, Africa, North America, Asia and Australia.

EUROPE:

  • ABN AMRO
  • ALLIED IRISH BANK (AIB)
  • BANCO SANTANDER
  • BARCLAYS
  • BNP-PARIBAS
  • CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB
  • CREDIT SUISSE
  • HSBC TRINKAUS & BURKHARDT
  • ING BANKING GROUP
  • KFW BANKENGRUPPE
  • NATIXIS
  • NIBC BANK
  • RAIFFEISENBANK INTERNATIONAL
  • RABOBANK
  • ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND
  • SOCIETE GENERALE
  • UNICREDIT BANK AUSTRIA
  • UNICREDIT GROUP
  • UBS

NORDICS:

  • DANSKE BANK
  • DNB BANK
  • NYKREDIT
  • NORDEA
  • NORDIC INVESTMENT BANK (NIB)
  • SWEDISH EXPORT CREDIT CORPORATION (SEK)
  • SKANDINAVISKA ENSKILDA BANKEN (SEB)
  • SVENSKA HANDELSBANKEN
  • SWEDBANK

SOUTH AFRICA:

  • ABSA
  • FIRST RAND BANK
  • INVESTEC BANK
  • STANDARD BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA

ASIA:

  • ANZ
  • BANK OF EAST ASIA
  • COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA
  • NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK
  • WESTPAC

NORTH AMERICA:

  • BANK OF AMERICA
  • BANK OF MONTREAL
  • BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA
  • CAPITAL ONE
  • CIBC
  • CITIBANK
  • COMERICA BANK
  • DESJARDINS GROUP
  • EXPORT DEVELOPMENT CANADA (EDC)
  • JP MORGAN
  • M&T BANK
  • NATIONAL BANK OF CANADA
  • NORTHERN TRUST
  • PNC BANK
  • ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
  • MUFG UNION BANK
  • WELLS FARGO

Membership Criteria

Global Credit Data welcomes and encourages new members. Global Credit Data membership is open to any financial institution that has a demonstrable capability to collect and deliver data which is compatible with the data of other members of the association, with special emphasis on compatibility of default definition, where Global Credit Data members use the Basel III definition.

To apply, prospective members are asked to complete an application letter setting out their intent to join, and their acceptance of the obligations and conditions placed upon members, including their ability to meet the criteria set out above.

Every new member is required to participate in an assessment of their ability to supply data of the required quality to Global Credit Data prior to the approval of their application for membership by the Global Credit Data Management Board.