Hello, I just saw this message on my Workspace. I was wondering if this was already implemented in the RDP API to use it with ISIN Bonds and find its ISIN Obligor?
Thanks for reaching out to us.
I assumed that you would like to get an Issuer ISIN from an ISIN bond.
You can use the RDP DataGrid endpoint to retrieve TR.OrganizationId, and then get TR.ISIN from the retrieved TR.OrganizationId.
The following code uses the Refinitiv Data Library for Python.
df = rd.get_data( universe=['TH0646033215'], fields=['TR.OrganizationId'] ) df1 = rd.get_data( universe=[df["Organization PermID"]], fields=['TR.ISIN','TR.RIC'] ) display(df) display(df1)
The output is:
I hope this will help.
@Jirapongse it is actually on the second request (df1) that I am finding missing ISIN, RICS values.
See for example Bond ISIN = XS2002532567 which has an Organization PermID = 5069404847 (BECTON DICKINSON EURO FINANCE SARL).
However, searching for the bond directly on Workspace I found that the bond obligor is BECTON DICKINSON AND CO with an Organization PermID = 4295903533 and a RICs and ISIN.
I would like to match as many bonds as possible to the issuer ISIN (no matter the tree structure) in order to get Financials and ESG scores.
What would you recommend as the most straightway to do so?
Thank you again!
I used the Data Item Browser tool to find another field that can provide 4295903533 for XS2002532567. I found this TR.FiOrganizationofRiskPermID field.
The code looks like this:
df = rd.get_data( universe=['XS2002532567'], fields=['TR.OrganizationId','TR.CDSISIN','TR.RIC','TR.FiOrganizationofRiskPermID'] ) df1 = rd.get_data( universe=[str(df["Organization of Risk PermID"])], fields=['TR.ISIN','TR.RIC','TR.Commonname'] ) df1
The output is:
However, I am not sure if this is a direct method or if it will work for all bond ISINs. Therefore, please contact the helpdesk support team directly via MyRefinitiv to verify this field and method.