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Resources Availability​

All databases and resources available through the FRT-Lab are remote except Bloomberg and Morningstar, which are only in person.

To access the full list of Databases and Resources, please scroll down to the Resources List.

If you are unable to find the data or resource you are looking for, please Click Here to fill out the Data Request Form (UTORid is required), the Lab staff will reach out to you via e-mail to discuss your request.

Lab Access​​

Current U of T students may access the FRT-Lab from Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Current Rotman graduate students have 24/7 access to the FRT-Lab using their key fob.

Faculty have 24/7 access to the FRT-Lab using their key fob.

To book the lab for classes and tutorials through the lab scheduling system, please Click Here (UTORid is required).

If you would like to inquire about Corporate Bookings of the FRT-Lab, please send your inquiry to

Resources Access and Usage Policy​​

As part of the University of Toronto community, it is your responsibility to ensure that you are using the Rotman FRT-Lab resources for non-commercial educational or research purposes only and that you do not violate copyright law. This applies to both resources available within the Rotman FRT-Lab, and data accessed remotely via Rotman FRT-Lab subscriptions. If you want to conduct text or data mining activities, please refer to the University of Toronto Libraries text and data mining resource page for more details, please Click Here.

Data Delivery Portals​

Research Databases​​


Custom Applications​


    • Lab Assistants are available for support in the Rotman FRT-Lab from Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, during the Fall 2022 Term.
    • If you did not find what you are looking for in the above resource list, please contact us.
    • If you do not see a database you are looking for, check the Milt Harris Library database list. They have a significant number of finance databases. For additional resources, search the University of Toronto Libraries catalogue.