BancosBrasileiros 4.0.86

dotnet add package BancosBrasileiros --version 4.0.86
NuGet\Install-Package BancosBrasileiros -Version 4.0.86
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<PackageReference Include="BancosBrasileiros" Version="4.0.86" />
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paket add BancosBrasileiros --version 4.0.86
#r "nuget: BancosBrasileiros, 4.0.86"
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// Install BancosBrasileiros as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=BancosBrasileiros&version=4.0.86

// Install BancosBrasileiros as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=BancosBrasileiros&version=4.0.86

Bancos Brasileiros

Brazilian commercial banks list

Build status Daily updates GitHub last commit GitHub license


Available data

Each of the lists has the following information (schema):

Column Description Observations
COMPE Code - COMPE 3 digits
ISPB Code - ISPB 8 digits
Document Document - CNPJ 14 numbers - 18 digits (formatted)
LongName Long name According to BACEN - STR
ShortName Short name According to BACEN - STR
Network Network RSFN, Internet, null
Type Type commercial, multiple, savings, null
PixType Type of PIX/SPI participant DRCT - Directly, INDR - Indirectly, null
Charge If does charge operations true, false, null
CreditDocument If does DOC/TED operations true, false, null
SalaryPortability If does/accept salary portability "Banco folha e Destinatário" - both operations, "Destinatário" - only receive, null
Products List of products offered In portuguese only
Url Website -
DateOperationStarted Commercial operation start date -
DatePixStarted PIX operation start date Only for those PSP of SPI
DateRegistered Registration date on schema -
DateUpdated Change date on schema -

How to use

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] _)
    {
        var fileContent = System.IO.File.ReadAllText("banks.json");
        var banks = Newtonsoft.Json.JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<System.Collections.Generic.List<BancosBrasileiros.Bank>>(fileContent);

        System.Console.WriteLine($"Banks: {banks.Count}");
        System.Console.ReadKey();
    }
}

Acronyms and abbreviations

For those unfamiliar with Brazilian financial/regulatory entities:

  • ABBC - Brazilian Association of Banks
  • BCB - Central Bank of Brazil (regulatory authority)(also known as BACEN or BC)
  • CIP - Interbank Payments Chamber
  • CNPJ - National Register of Legal Entities - RFB
  • COMPE - Clearing System for Checks and Other Papers
  • CPF - Individual Taxpayer Registration - RFB
  • FEBRABAN - Brazilian Federation of Banks
  • ISPB - SPB identification
  • PIX - Instant Payments
  • RFB - Federal Revenue Service of Brazil
  • RSFN - SFN Network
  • SFN - National Financial System
  • SPB - Brazilian Payment System
  • SPI - Instant Payment System
  • STR - Reservation Transfer System

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