All US companies, foreign and domestic, are required to file registration statements, periodic reports such as Annual reports, and other forms electronically through EDGAR. Reports can be located by company name or industry.
Companies House the the UK body that incorporates and dissolves limited companies, registers the information companies are legally required to supply, and makes that information available to the public.
With the active participation of 24 member banks in Australia, the Australian Bankers’ Association provides analysis, advice and advocacy for the banking industry and contributes to the development of public policy on banking and other financial services.
The Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA) was formed in 1986. Today we are the leading industry association promoting efficiency, integrity and professionalism in Australia's financial markets – including the capital, credit, derivatives, foreign exchange and other specialist markets.
The MFAA represents and lobbies for professional credit advisers, delivers services that support their career paths, and positions them as the professionals of choice in the mortgage and finance industry for both consumers and regulators.
The FPA is a community of over 10,000 members at the forefront of the financial planning profession. As the only professional body in Australia licensed to provide the CFP® designation, they represent world-class standards and best practice financial planners.
Finsia is the leading organisation for Australasia’s financial services industry, connecting its members with career services, resources and professional networks to build their professional capabilities and strengthen the industry.
The association provides a framework for the exchange of scholarly research and ideas among its members, promotes individual and collective research, fosters friendly relationships and collaborations with other economic and finance professional associations throughout the world, and encourages academic exchange between institutions of higher education and centers and institutes for research devoted to the association's study objectives.
The American Bankers Association is the united voice of America’s hometown bankers.
ABA believes that government policies should recognize the industry’s diversity. Laws and regulations should be tailored to correspond to a bank’s charter, business model, hometown markets and risk profile. This policymaking approach avoids the negative economic consequences of burdensome, unsuitable and inefficient bank regulation.
The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (The HKIB) has been serving the HK banking community in the provision of education and training since 1963. In 1995, with the encouragement and support of the local banking community, the Institute declared its independence from its parent institute in UK. The Institute serves the training needs of the bankers in the region and reflects the importance of Hong Kong as an international financial center.
The European Banking Federation is the voice of the European banking sector, uniting 32 national banking associations in Europe that together represent some 4,500 banks – large and small, wholesale and retail, local and international – covering about 2.5 million people.
The RBA website has current information about the Australian financial system, government policy and the Australian economy. See the Reserve Bank Bulletins of articles and current economic data including Indicators of Spending and Confidence.