FI-Comp Simulated Transactions⚓︎
FI-Comp transaction reports are not real, however they do closely resemble real data. The reason being is that FI-Comp simulated transaction reports are generated by pulling together freely available; company, name, address, financial institution and identification datasets and then randomly fusing them together to generate simulated transactions.
For example the process to create a domestic party involves randomly selecting a first and last name from the US Census data of most common names, then randomly selecting an address from the Openaddresses dataset, then randomly selecting a bank branch near the randomly selected address from the BSB register, and so on...
The below diagram illustrates the various data sources that are pulled together to generate FI-Comp simulated transaction reports.
The diagram was produced with the Arrows application provided by Neo4j.