Allows retrieval of up to 2 years' of historical statements for your end-user's consented accounts

The Statements product allows retrieval of statements for your end-user's consented accounts. You may request a date range of up to two years of historical statements (maximum date ranges vary by provider).

Paginated Statement list results include an array of statement information with the end-user's account identifier and details such as statement id, date, description, and status. The results also include links to GET the statement, returned in PDF format. Future file formats could include GIF, JPG, TIFF, and PNG.

Endpoints:

/statements/{version}/{providerId}/{accountId}

/statements/{version}/{providerId}/{accountId}/{statementId}

API documentation:

https://docs.akoya.com/v2/reference/get-statement-list

https://docs.akoya.com/v2.0/reference/get-statements

Supported data elements

NameTypeDescription
accountIdstringCorresponds to accountId in Account entity
statementIdstringLong-term persistent identity of the statement
statementDatedateTimeDate of the statement (ISO 8601 format)
descriptionstringDescription of statement
statusstringDefines the status of a document
linkhateoasLink object arrayThe statement download link hosted by Akoya

How to use the Statements product

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Note

If you’d like to test with the steps detailed below, sign in as the sandbox mikomo_11 user and consent to share data with your sandbox app (for help authenticating & authorizing in sandbox, see: Get authorization code). Use the resulting id_token as the bearer token in the cURL commands.

GET Statement List

To get statements for your end-user, first retrieve a list of available statements for the consented account. Your request may include a date range of up to two years of historical statements (maximum date ranges vary by provider).

Endpoint: /statements/{version}/{providerId}/{accountId}

API documentation: https://docs.akoya.com/v2/reference/get-statement-list

curl --location "https://sandbox-products.ddp.akoya.com/statements/v2/mikomo/513815781465?startTime=2022-02-26T00%3A00%3A00Z&endTime=2023-02-26T00%3A00%3A00Z&offset=0&limit=5" --header "Authorization: Bearer {token}"

Example response

{
    "links": {
        "prev": {
            "href": "/statements/v2/mikomo/513815781465?endTime=2023-02-26T00%3A00%3A00Z&limit=5&offset=0&startTime=2022-02-26T00%3A00%3A00Z"
        }
    },
    "statements": [
        {
            "accountId": "513815781465",
            "statementId": "P9CvLPKDaFRMbNDkhu1",
            "statementDate": "2022-05-26",
            "description": "FFOS Monthly/Quarterly Statement",
            "status": "AVAILABLE",
            "links": [
                {
                    "href": "https://sandbox-products.ddp.akoya.com/statements/v2/mikomo/513815781465/P9CvLPKDaFRMbNDkhu1",
                    "action": "GET",
                    "types": [
                        "application/pdf",
                        "image/jpeg",
                        "image/png"
                    ]
                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "accountId": "513815781465",
            "statementId": "P9CvLPKDaFRMbNDkhu2",
            "statementDate": "2023-01-02",
            "description": "FFOS Year End Investment Report",
            "status": "FAILED",
            "links": [
                {
                    "href": "https://sandbox-products.ddp.akoya.com/statements/v2/mikomo/513815781465/P9CvLPKDaFRMbNDkhu2",
                    "action": "GET",
                    "types": [
                        "application/pdf",
                        "image/jpeg",
                        "image/png"
                    ]
                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "accountId": "513815781465",
            "statementId": "P9CvLPKDaFRMbNDkhu3",
            "statementDate": "2023-01-05",
            "description": "FFOS Monthly/Quarterly Statement",
            "status": "PROCESSING",
            "links": [
                {
                    "href": "https://sandbox-products.ddp.akoya.com/statements/v2/mikomo/513815781465/P9CvLPKDaFRMbNDkhu3",
                    "action": "GET",
                    "types": [
                        "application/pdf",
                        "image/jpeg",
                        "image/png"
                    ]
                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "accountId": "513815781465",
            "statementId": "P9CvLPKDaFRMbNDkhu4",
            "statementDate": "2023-02-24",
            "description": "FFOS Yearly Statement",
            "status": "AVAILABLE",
            "links": [
                {
                    "href": "https://sandbox-products.ddp.akoya.com/statements/v2/mikomo/513815781465/P9CvLPKDaFRMbNDkhu4",
                    "action": "GET",
                    "types": [
                        "application/pdf",
                        "image/jpeg",
                        "image/png"
                    ]
                }
            ]
        }
    ]
}

How to read the statement list response

To provide a consistent way to link each statement provided in the list, Akoya includes the exact API call for retrieving each statement. By providing these calls, Akoya allows a passthrough of the statement since direct connections to providers cannot be made. Akoya also interprets any special characters in statement metadata and tokenizes the statementId.

Please use the href link created in the response.

Note: If you’re testing using Postman, you may use the tokenized statementId value included in statements.links.href.

GET Statement

Endpoint: /statements/{version}/{providerId}/{accountId}/{statementId}

API documentation: https://docs.akoya.com/reference/get-statements

From the statement list response, use statements.links.href as the location in the cURL command. To save the response to pdf, include the output command with a file name.

curl --location "<https://sandbox-products.ddp.akoya.com/statements/v2/mikomo/513815781465/P9CvLPKDaFRMbNDkhu1"> --header "Accept: application/pdf" --header "Authorization: Bearer {token}" --output example.pdf