As an independent agency, OeKB collects and calculates the main data and ratios for all Austrian funds. We make this data accessible via my.oekb or electronic data deliveries.
Our service: Austrian fund data
As an invesmtent company, bank, auditor, data vendor or investor, you want to find out about performance and risk ratios, master data, categorisations, dividends, volumes and marketing authorisation of funds.
Thanks to its independent position, OeKB guarantees fair and comparable fund data. In doing so, we make a contribution to the transparency of the Austrian capital market.
Pursuant to the stipulations of the Federation of Austrian Investment Companies (VÖIG), we record categorisation features for Austrian funds and make them available.
Fund prices, volumes and performance calculation
As an independent agency, we collect fund prices and information on volumes and carry out the performance calculation for investment companies.
Performance and risk ratios
For all Austrian funds and foreign funds approved for sale in Austria, we calculate the following performance and risk ratios:
- Sharpe ratio
- Maximum drawdown
For details on the ratios and how they are calculated, please see the PDF “Investment fund ratio calculation”.
List of all funds registered for sale in Austria
In addition to all fund data, we also offer a list of international funds approved for sale in Austria.
The quickest way to all the data
You can access all this information and data online at my.oekb or purchase everything as a digital data delivery.
Electronic data deliveries
You can also purchase a selection of data as electronic data files for straightforward addition to your systems. We offer this service for:
- Master data and categorisation features
- Performance ratios
- Risk and earning ratios
- List of international funds allowed for sale in Austria
Costs depending of the amount of data
You only pay for what you actually use because the price is based on the number of purchased fields and required data sets as well on how the data will be used. It therefore matters whether you are an end customer or a vendor.
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