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Account Management

Account management is a function to manage client information and controls the accessibility and roles of user accounts.


Batch Process

Financial institutions have to perform Start of Day (SOD) process before it can carry out transactions for a specific date. Similarly, the End of Day (EOD) job must be run to process the transaction created during the day. When the scheduled EOD job completes, the system is advanced to the next date automatically.


Curve Bootstrap

The term structure of interest rates, also known as yield curve, is defined as the relationship between the yield-to-maturity on a zero coupon bond and the bond's maturity. Zero yield curves play an essential role in the valuation of all financial products. The current methodology in capital markets for marking to market securities and derivatives is to estimate and discount future cash flows using rates derived from the appropriate term structure. The yield term structure is increasingly used as the foundation for deriving relative term structures and as a benchmark for pricing and hedging.


Installation Guide
Back Office

A back office is the portion of a company made up of administration and support personnel who are behind-the-scenes and not client-facing, while front office staffs are the folks in contact with the consumers or clients. Back office functions include settlements, clearances, record maintenance, regulatory compliance, accounting, and IT services.


Back Office Process

The back office is the supporting department of a company that carries out administrative functions that assist the front office to facilitate the course of work and the business transactions. Back office functions include settlements, clearances, record maintenance, regulatory compliance, accounting, and IT services.


Market Data

Trading venues provide reports on various assets and financial instruments, which are then distributed to traders and firms. Market data is available across thousands of global markets, including stocks, indices, fixed-income, interest rates, derivatives, forex and commodities. The aim of using market data is to get as much information about the asset you are planning to trade, in order to calculate risk and the impact of live news releases.


Trade Life Cycle

A trade, also called a deal, is an exchange of financial products from one entity to another. The life cycle of a trade is the fundamental activity of exchanges, investment banks, hedge funds, pension funds and many other financial companies.


Trade Life Steps

All the steps involved in a trade, from the point of pre-negotiations and trade execution through to settlement of the trade, are commonly referred to as the trade life cycle. Trade life cycle consists of a series of logical stages and steps. This presentation gives an overview of trade life cycle process.


Trade Life Stages

Trade life cycle has different stages, by which a trade flows through. These detail steps are from the point of order, receipt, execution through to settlement of the trade in a systematic manner. In other words, it is regarded as a series of logical steps which are represented in such a manner where the trade is allowed to go through keeping track of its related objective and importance. This presentation gives an overview of trade life cycle process.