Exchange Traded Derivatives User Manual

Exchange Traded Derivatives User Manual
Exchange Traded Derivatives User Guide
Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking
Release 12.0.2.0.0
Part No. E49740-01
October 2013
Exchange Traded Derivatives User Guide
October 2013
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Contents
1.
About this Manual .................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
2.
2.3
2.4
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2-1
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-3
2-3
Introduction.............................................................................................................. 3-1
Defining Underlying Asset ....................................................................................... 3-1
Creating Instrument Products ................................................................ 4-1
4.1
4.2
5.
Introduction..............................................................................................................
Features of Portfolios ..............................................................................................
2.2.1 Own Portfolio ..............................................................................................
2.2.2 Customer Portfolio......................................................................................
2.2.3 Advices .......................................................................................................
Interaction with the Margin Maintenance Sub-System ............................................
Illustration of the ETD Workflow ..............................................................................
Underlying Asset Definition .................................................................... 3-1
3.1
3.2
4.
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-2
1-3
1-3
1-3
Exchange Traded Derivatives – An Overview ....................................... 2-1
2.1
2.2
3.
Introduction..............................................................................................................
Audience..................................................................................................................
Documentation Accessibility....................................................................................
Abbreviations...........................................................................................................
Organization ............................................................................................................
Related Documents ................................................................................................
Glossary of Icons.....................................................................................................
Related Documents .................................................................................................
Introduction..............................................................................................................
Creating an Instrument Product...............................................................................
4.2.1 Specifying the Product Preferences ...........................................................
4.2.2 Specifying Branch and Currency Restrictions ............................................
4.2.3 Specifying MIS Details................................................................................
4-1
4-1
4-3
4-4
4-5
Defining ET Instruments ......................................................................... 5-1
5.1
5.2
5.3
Introduction.............................................................................................................. 5-1
Defining Instruments................................................................................................ 5-1
5.2.1 Specifying the Instrument details................................................................ 5-2
5.2.2 Specifying the Underlying Asset details ..................................................... 5-3
5.2.3 Specifying the Price Details of the Instrument............................................ 5-4
5.2.4 Specifying the Price Movement Details ...................................................... 5-5
5.2.5 Specifying Maximum Open Positions details.............................................. 5-5
5.2.6 Specifying the Days for Settlement ............................................................ 5-6
5.2.7 Specifying the Initial Margin for Open contracts ......................................... 5-6
5.2.8 Specifying Other details.............................................................................. 5-6
Defining the Series associated with the Instrument................................................. 5-7
5.3.1 Examples of capturing Actual Instruments in Oracle FLEXCUBE .............. 5-9
5.3.2 Example I - One Month Euribor Futures..................................................... 5-9
5.3.3 In Oracle FLEXCUBE ............................................................................... 5-10
5.3.4 Example II – Option on Three month Euribor Futures.............................. 5-11
5.3.5 In Oracle FLEXCUBE ............................................................................... 5-12
5.3.6 Example III – Equity Options on German Shares..................................... 5-13
5.4
5.5
6.
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
Introduction.............................................................................................................. 6-1
Creating a Portfolio Product .................................................................................... 6-1
6.2.1 Specifying other Details for the Portfolio Product ....................................... 6-3
6.2.2 Mapping Accounting Roles to Accounting Heads....................................... 6-8
6.2.3 Specifying Event-wise Accounting Entries ................................................. 6-8
6.2.4 Restricting Branches .................................................................................. 6-9
6.2.5 Restricting Customer Categories................................................................ 6-9
6.2.6 Specifying MIS details for a Portfolio Product .......................................... 6-10
Maintaining Margin Products ................................................................................. 6-11
6.3.1 Specifying your Preferences for the Deal Product.................................... 6-12
Margin Settlement ................................................................................................. 6-13
Invoking a Margin call............................................................................................ 6-14
Defining Portfolios ................................................................................................. 6-16
Entering the Details of a Portfolio .......................................................................... 6-17
6.7.1 Specifying Role to Head Mapping Preferences........................................ 6-21
6.7.2 Maintaining Instrument Restrictions for a portfolio ................................... 6-22
6.7.3 Specifying the Margin Scheme linkage for a portfolio .............................. 6-22
6.7.4 Linking MIS Transaction Codes with a Portfolio ....................................... 6-23
6.7.5 Associating Brokers and Broker Accounts with a portfolio ....................... 6-24
Defining Deal Products ........................................................................... 7-1
7.1
7.2
8.
5-16
5-17
5-18
5-19
5-20
5-22
5-23
Creating Portfolio Products and Portfolios ........................................... 6-1
6.1
6.2
7.
5.3.7 In Oracle FLEXCUBE ...............................................................................
5.3.8 Example IV – Dax® Futures .....................................................................
5.3.9 In Oracle FLEXCUBE ...............................................................................
5.3.10 Example V – Dax® Options......................................................................
5.3.11 In Oracle FLEXCUBE ...............................................................................
Margin Maintenance at Instrument Level ..............................................................
Uploading Margin Details and Instrument Price Details ........................................
Introduction..............................................................................................................
Creating a Deal Product ..........................................................................................
7.2.1 Specifying Preferences for the Deal Product..............................................
7.2.2 Defining the Charge Components ..............................................................
7.2.3 Specifying the Accounting Entries and Advices .........................................
7.2.4 Restricting Branches and Currencies .........................................................
7.2.5 Specifying Portfolio Restrictions .................................................................
7.2.6 Specifying Instrument Restrictions .............................................................
7.2.7 Associating User Defined Fields.................................................................
7.2.8 Specifying MIS details for a Deal Product ..................................................
7-1
7-1
7-3
7-4
7-4
7-5
7-5
7-6
7-6
7-6
Processing an ET Deal ............................................................................ 7-8
8.1
8.2
Introduction.............................................................................................................. 7-8
Processing Long/Short Deals .................................................................................. 7-9
8.2.1 Levying Booking Charges......................................................................... 7-13
8.2.2 Viewing the Events Accounting Entries .................................................... 7-13
8.2.3 Specifying the Settlement Instructions ..................................................... 7-14
8.2.4 Specifying Advices for the Deal................................................................ 7-14
8.2.5 Viewing/Selecting the Custom Fields ....................................................... 7-14
8.2.6 Viewing/Specifying MIS Details ................................................................ 7-15
8.2.7 Associating a Broker and Product with a Rule ......................................... 7-16
8.2.8 Long Short Deal Financial Amendment.................................................... 7-16
8.3
8.4
9.
Processing Liquidation Deals ................................................................................
8.3.1 Indicating the Settlement Instructions for the deal....................................
8.3.2 Levying booking charges on a LQ deal ....................................................
8.3.3 Viewing the Accounting Entries posted for an LQ transaction..................
8.3.4 Specifying the Advices for a Deal.............................................................
8.3.5 Viewing/Selecting the Custom Fields .......................................................
8.3.6 Viewing/Specifying MIS Details ................................................................
8.3.7 Associating a Broker and Product with a Rule .........................................
8.3.8 Liquidation Deal Financial Amendment ....................................................
Matching Deals......................................................................................................
8.4.1 Operations you can perform on a Matched and Unmatched Deal ...........
7-16
7-19
7-19
7-20
7-20
7-20
7-20
7-21
7-22
7-22
7-25
General Maintenance ............................................................................... 8-1
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
Introduction..............................................................................................................
Maintaining Bank Parameters .................................................................................
Maintaining Price Code Details ...............................................................................
Maintaining Underlying Asset Prices .......................................................................
Maintaining Instrument Price Details .......................................................................
Maintaining Broker Accounts...................................................................................
Defining a Broker Scheme.......................................................................................
8-1
8-1
8-2
8-2
8-3
8-4
8-6
10. Automatic Daily Processing ................................................................... 9-1
10.1 Introduction.............................................................................................................. 9-1
10.2 Running the ETD Batch Processes at EOD ............................................................ 9-1
10.3 Automatic Events Executed during End of Day for Futures .................................... 9-2
10.3.1 Settlement of Opening deals ...................................................................... 9-2
10.3.2 Realized Revaluation of Open Positions .................................................... 9-3
10.3.3 Settlement of all Closing Deals for the Day ................................................ 9-3
10.3.4 Liquidation of all Open positions on the Expiry Date .................................. 9-4
10.4 Automatic Events Executed during End of Day for Options .................................... 9-4
10.4.1 Settlement of Opening Deals for Options ................................................... 9-4
10.4.2 Settlement of Closing Deals ....................................................................... 9-5
10.4.3 Notional Revaluation of Open Positions for Options with Option Style Premium 9-5
10.4.4 Automatic Exercise of options/ Assignment of Exercise............................. 9-5
10.4.5 Automatic Expiry of Out / At the Money Positions ...................................... 9-6
10.4.6 Reversal of Notional Revaluation for Options with Option Style of Premium 9-6
10.4.7 Producing Instrument Detail and Instrument Price Detail Handoffs ........... 9-6
10.5 Sample Accounting Entries for the various events .................................................. 9-9
10.6 Future Deals ............................................................................................................ 9-9
10.6.1 Instrument Details - CME-90 day US T-bill-Future ................................... 9-10
10.6.2 .................................................................................................................. 9-11
10.6.3 Deal I – Reference Number D20101 ........................................................ 9-11
10.6.4 Deal II – Reference Number D20302 ....................................................... 9-12
10.6.5 Deal III – Reference Number D20401 ...................................................... 9-14
10.7 Option Deals.......................................................................................................... 9-15
10.7.1 European Option Deals with Option Style Premium ................................. 9-15
10.7.2 Deal I – Reference Number D10103 ........................................................ 9-17
10.7.3 Deal II –Reference Number D10201 ........................................................ 9-18
10.7.4 Deal II –Reference Number D10402 ........................................................ 9-19
10.7.5 American Option Deals with Future Style Premium ................................. 9-20
10.7.6 Deal I – Reference Number D20104 ........................................................ 9-22
10.7.7 Deal II – Reference Number D20601 ....................................................... 9-23
11. Annexure A – Event-wise Accounting Entries for your Own Portfolio 10-1
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
Accounting entries for a Bank portfolio.................................................................. 10-1
ETD Events ........................................................................................................... 10-1
Amount Tags ......................................................................................................... 10-2
Accounting Roles................................................................................................... 10-3
Event-wise Accounting Entries for your Own portfolio........................................... 10-5
11.5.1 EOLG - Opening of Long Position ............................................................ 10-5
11.5.2 EVRL – Revaluation of Long Position ...................................................... 10-6
11.5.3 ECLG – Closure of Long Position............................................................. 10-6
11.5.4 EOSH – Opening of Short Position .......................................................... 10-9
11.5.5 ERVS – Revaluation of Short Position ................................................... 10-10
11.5.6 ECSH – Closure of Short Positions ........................................................ 10-10
11.5.7 EXPL – Expiry of Long Position.............................................................. 10-12
11.5.8 EXPS – Expiry of Short Position............................................................. 10-13
11.5.9 EXRL – Exercise in Long Position.......................................................... 10-14
11.5.10 EAXS – Assignment in Short Position ................................................... 10-15
11.5.11 EEPL – Exchange of physicals in Long................................................. 10-16
11.5.12 EEPS – Exchange for physicals in Short............................................... 10-17
11.5.13 ERVL – Revaluation of Long Position ................................................... 10-18
11.5.14 ERVS – Revaluation of Short Position .................................................. 10-18
11.6 Event-wise Accounting Entries for your Customer’s portfolio.............................. 10-19
11.6.1 EOLG - Opening of Long Position .......................................................... 10-20
11.6.2 EVRL – Revaluation of Long Position .................................................... 10-20
11.6.3 ECLG – Closure of Long Position........................................................... 10-20
11.6.4 EOSH – Opening of Short Position ........................................................ 10-20
11.6.5 ERVS – Revaluation of Short Position ................................................... 10-22
11.6.6 ECSH – Closure of Short Positions ........................................................ 10-22
11.6.7 EXPL – Expiry of Long Position.............................................................. 10-22
11.6.8 EXPS – Expiry of Short Position............................................................. 10-22
11.6.9 EXRL – Exercise in Long Position.......................................................... 10-24
11.6.10 EAXS – Assignment in Short Position ................................................... 10-24
11.6.11 EEPL – Exchange of physicals in Long................................................. 10-24
11.6.12 EEPS – Exchange for physicals in Short............................................... 10-24
11.6.13 ERVL – Revaluation of Long Position ................................................... 10-25
11.6.14 ERVS – Revaluation of Short Position .................................................. 10-25
12. Annexure B - Advice tags and their descriptions .............................. 11-1
12.1 Introduction............................................................................................................ 11-1
12.2 Branch Details ....................................................................................................... 11-2
12.2.1 Customer Details ...................................................................................... 11-2
12.2.2 Underlying Asset Details .......................................................................... 11-2
12.2.3 Charge DetailsPortfolio Details................................................................. 11-2
12.2.4 .................................................................................................................. 11-4
12.2.5 Series Details ........................................................................................... 11-4
12.2.6 Instrument Details..................................................................................... 11-4
12.2.7 Broker Details ........................................................................................... 11-6
12.2.8 Long Short deal details............................................................................. 11-6
12.2.9 Liquidation deal details ............................................................................. 11-9
12.3 Message Types ................................................................................................... 11-11
12.3.1 Transactions Holdings Statements for a Portfolio .................................. 11-11
12.3.2 Long Short Deal Confirmation advice..................................................... 11-14
12.3.3
12.3.4
12.3.5
12.3.6
Assignment Notice..................................................................................
Exercise Confirm Notice .........................................................................
EFP Confirm Notice................................................................................
Expiry Confirm Notice.............................................................................
11-16
11-18
11-20
11-21
13. Function ID Glossary ............................................................................. 12-1
1. Preface
1.1
Introduction
This manual is designed to help acquaint you with the Exchange Traded Derivatives module
of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
The manual provides an overview to the module and takes you through the various steps
involved in maintaining instruments, portfolios, and deals. It also explains how to track lifecycle events of holdings in your own, or in your customer’s portfolio.
1.2
Audience
This manual is intended for the following User/User Roles:
1.3
Role
Function
Back office data entry Clerks
Input functions for deals/queries
Back office Managers/Officers
Authorization functions/queries
Product Managers
Product definition and authorization
End of Day Operators
Processing during End of Day/ beginning of day
Financial Controller / Product Managers
Generation of queries/reports
Documentation Accessibility
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Program website at http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=docacc.
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1.4
Abbreviations
Abbreviatio
n
1.5
Description
ETD
Exchange Traded Derivative
ET
Exchange Traded
LQ
Liquidation type of deal
LS
Long Short deal type
CM
Clearing Member
EOD
End of Day
Organization
This manual is organized into the following chapters:
Chapter 1
About this Manual gives information on the intended audience. It also lists
the various chapters covered in this User Manual.
Chapter 2
Exchange Traded Derivatives - An Overview gives a snapshot of the features that the module provides.
Chapter 3
Underlying Asset Definition details the procedures for defining Underlying
Assets in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Chapter 4
Creating Instrument Products explains how to set up ET instruments as
products in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Chapter 5
Defining ET Instruments explains how you can define instruments.
Chapter 6
Creating Portfolio products and Portfolios describes how you can set-up
portfolio products for the ETD module. It also explains how you can create
individual portfolios for your bank and your bank’s customers.
Chapter 7
Defining Deal Products explains the features unique to the Deal product.
General Maintenance explains the necessity of maintaining the following:
Instrument Prices
Chapter 8
Commodity Price
Price Codes
Broker Accounts
Broker Schemes
Chapter 9
Automatic Daily Processing
Chapter
10
Annexure A – Event-wise Accounting Entries for your Own Portfolio
1-2
Chapter
11
Chapter 8
Chapter
10
1.6
Processing an ET Deal discusses how you can process Long/Short and
Liquidation type of deals. It also explains how you can match deals for your
bank’s own portfolios.
Automatic Daily Processing discusses the End of Day processes that are
carried out during the life-cycle of an ETD contract.
In addition, you will also find samples of accounting entries that will be
posted during the batch processing programs for Futures as well as
Options.
Chapter
11
Annexure A provides a list of suggested event-wise accounting entries for
your bank’s as well as your customer portfolios.
Chapter
12
Annexure B contains a list of all the advice tags that will be shipped along
with the module.
Related Documents

1.7
Annexure B - Advice tags and their descriptions
The Procedures User Manual
Glossary of Icons
This User Manual may refer to all or some of the following icons.
Icons
Function
Exit
Add row
Delete row
Option List
1.8
Related Documents

The Procedures User Manual

The Messaging System User Manual

The Management Information System (MIS) User Manual
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2. Exchange Traded Derivatives – An Overview
2.1
Introduction
The Exchange Traded Derivatives (ETD) module of Oracle FLEXCUBE is an automated and
flexible back office system with the capability to process exchange traded derivative
instruments such as Options and Futures.
Using this module you can capture details of long and short deals and liquidation type of deals
entered at your front office, process them and track life-cycle events of holdings in your own,
or in your customer’s portfolio.
2.2
Features of Portfolios
Listed below are the various features of portfolios in the ETD module of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
2.2.1
Own Portfolio


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Opening long and short positions:
–
You can book contingent entries for the Long and Short positions opened during the
day.
–
You can define the premium exchange involved in Option Style Options, and book
the premium amount.
–
You have the facility to define and book the brokerage amount and charges involved
in the deal.
Closing long and short positions:
–
You can reverse contingent entries for all contracts that have been closed.
–
You have the facility to calculate the closing gains and losses and book appropriate
entries for the same.
Revaluation of Futures and Options
–
As part of the End of Day activities you can perform realized revaluation on futures
and future style options based on the closing price of the instrument and the series.
–
For option style options you can perform a Memo or Notional revaluation for the
entire portfolio depending on the frequency that you choose to maintain.
Exercise of Options
–
Facility to reverse the contingent entries for those contracts that have been
exercised.
–
Facility to calculate the exercise gain based on the difference between the price of
the underlying asset and the Strike Price of the instrument and book accounting
entries for the same.
Assignment of Options
–
Facility to reverse the contingent entries for contracts that have been exercised.
–
Facility to calculate the assignment loss based on the difference between the price
of the underlying asset and the strike price of the instrument and book entries for
the same.
Exchange of futures for physicals
–
Facility to reverse the contingent entries while exchanging futures for physicals.
–
Facility to calculate the exchange loss or gain based on the difference between the
price of the underlying asset and the acquisition price and book entries for the
same.
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Expiry of Options
–
On the expiry date, if the series is Out of the Money, the system will process an
automatic expiry for the series. Similarly if the series is In the Money, an automatic
exercise/assignment of options event will be processed.
–
The system also calculates the expiry loss or gain depending on whether it is a long
or short deal. The respective accounting entries are also booked.
Expiry of Futures
–
In the case of futures, on the expiry date the system automatically exchanges
futures for physicals.
Note
While exercising and assigning options, or during expiry of options and futures only the
price differential (i.e., the Exercise Gain or the Loss) will be processed by the ETD module.
For options the price differential is the difference between the spot price of the underlying
asset and the strike price of the instrument. For futures the price differential is calculated as
the difference between the spot price of the underlying asset and the acquisition price of the
instrument.
2.2.2
Customer Portfolio


Opening long and short positions:
–
You can define the premium exchange involved in Option Style Options, and book
the premium amount.
–
You have the facility to define and book the charges involved in the deal.
Closing long and short positions:
–

Revaluation
–



–
You can book the premium for future style options.
–
The difference between the Strike Price and the Underlying Asset Price is
calculated and the appropriate accounting entries are booked for the same.
Assignment of Options
–
You can book the premium for future style options
–
You can book the difference between the Price of the Underlying Asset and the
Strike Price of the instrument and pass entries for the same.
Exchange of futures for physicals
You can book the difference between the price of the underlying asset and the
acquisition price and book entries for the same.
Expiry of Options
–

Based on the closing price of the instrument and the series you can perform realized
revaluation on futures and future style options on a daily basis as part of the end of
day activities.
Exercise of Options
–

You can calculate the closing gains and losses and book appropriate entries for the
same.
As on the expiry date if the series is Out of the Money, the system will process an
automatic expiry for the series. Similarly if the series is In the Money automatic
exercise/assignment of options event will be processed.
Expiry of Futures
2-2
–
2.2.3
In the case of futures with future style options the system automatically books the
deal premium amount.
Advices
For every deal that is entered in the system a deal confirmation advice can be generated and
sent to the portfolio customer.
2.3
Interaction with the Margin Maintenance Sub-System
The ETD module interacts with the Margin Maintenance sub-system for the purpose of
resolving money settlements arising due to the various events processed in the ETD module.
The margin maintenance module offers you the flexibility of netting all settlements for a
counterparty (Broker or Portfolio Customer).
For additional information about the sub-system refer to the Margin Maintenance user
manual.
2.4
Illustration of the ETD Workflow
The data diagram given below adequately illustrates the work-flow of the ETD module:
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3. Underlying Asset Definition
3.1
Introduction
Derivatives are contracts, which convey the right/obligation to buy or sell a specified asset at
a specified price at a specified future date. An underlying asset (or also called Commodity) of
the derivative contract is the one that is to be bought or sold on a future date. Existing
currencies within Oracle FLEXCUBE can be identified as underlying assets. For example U
S Dollar (USD), which is recognized as a currency in Oracle FLEXCUBE, would be the
underlying asset for a US Dollar option. Similarly, Equities, Bonds and Zero Coupon bonds
can also be defined as underlying assets.
This chapter details the procedures for defining Commodities (or Underlying Assets) in Oracle
FLEXCUBE.
3.2
Defining Underlying Asset
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, the underlying assets or commodities can be categorized and
maintained through the ‘Underlying Asset Definition’ screen. You can invoke this screen by
typing ‘EDDCOMDF’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking
on the adjoining arrow button
To enter new records in this screen, click new icon. You can specify the following details in
the screen.
Underlying Asset
Specify a name for the underlying asset here. This name that you give to a underlying asset
identifies the underlying asset throughout the module. Ensure that the name assigned to the
underlying asset is unique and is not used to identify any underlying asset commodity/asset.
This is a mandatory field.
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You can follow your convention for naming the commodity. However, the name should not
exceed 16 characters.
Underlying Asset Description
You may provide additional details of the underlying asset here. Your description for the
underlying asset can be in no more than 255 characters. This description is associated with
the underlying asset for information retrieval purposes only.
Asset Type
Specify the Asset Type under which your asset should be grouped. Although you can define
as many asset types as required, a list of pre-defined asset types is available in Oracle
FLEXCUBE. This list includes:

Bond

Commodity

Currency

Derivatives

Equity

Index

Interest rates
Select the appropriate asset type from the adjoining list of options.
Note
Individual underlying asset can be mapped to any one of the above asset types. However,
while defining currency assets (like U S Dollar, Great British Pound, Japanese Yen, to
name a few) you have to strictly map them to the Asset Type – Currency. Similarly while
defining indices (like the BSE Sensex, NYSE, LSE etc) it is mandatory that you map them
to the Asset Type – Index.
For example, while maintaining USD (U.S Dollar) as a commodity, you must group it under
the Asset type – Currency. Similarly if you create a commodity titled – BSESENSEX, it should
be grouped under the asset type – INDEX.
Nature of Asset
Specify the nature of the asset under which the underlying asset is categorized. This indicates
the basic nature of the underlying asset. The options available are:

Real

Contingent
Indicate whether the nature of the underlying asset is ‘Real’ or ‘Contingent’ depending on the
physical holding of the underlying. Let us assume that you are identifying a particular currency
in Oracle FLEXCUBE as an underlying asset. In this case the nature of the asset will be ‘Real’.
However, if you are maintaining an option on a currency swap as an underlying asset, the
underlying asset or commodity is not the currency but the currency swap itself. Therefore the
underlying asset becomes a contingent asset.
Pricing Size and Underlying Pricing Unit
You can indicate how the underlying asset is priced in the market by specifying the market
price per unit of the underlying. Since every instrument that is processed in the system
automatically inherits the characteristics of the underlying asset, the pricing size and the unit
will be defaulted to the Instrument.
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For instance, let us assume you are maintaining the currency DEM (Deutsche Mark) as a
underlying asset in Oracle FLEXCUBE. If DEM is quoted in the market in terms of 1 DEM,
then the Pricing Size and the Pricing Size Unit that you specify will be as follows:
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size
Unit
DE
M
Similarly, if you are capturing the details of the commodity titled Crude Oil and Crude Oil is
quoted in the Market in terms of 1 barrel, your entries in the respective fields will be:
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size
Unit
Barrel
Examples of how to define an underlying asset in Oracle FLEXCUBE
Let us assume you want to define the following underlyings:

DEM (Deutsche Mark)

Crude Oil
While maintaining the details of each underlying your entries in Oracle FLEXCUBE will have
to be as follows:
Scenario 1 – DEM
Underlying
Asset
DEM
Asset Type
CURRENCY
Nature of Asset
Real
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
DEM
Scenario 2 - Crude OIL
Commodity
CRUD
E
Asset Type
FUEL
Asset Nature
Real
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size
Unit
Barrel
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4. Creating Instrument Products
4.1
Introduction
An Instrument Product is a broad classification of instruments. It provides a general
framework and serves to classify or categorize instruments.
The first attribute you define for a product is its Type. In other words, you indicate the type of
instruments that the product involves. In Oracle FLEXCUBE you can set up products for the
following instrument types:

Futures

Options
After making this basic classification, you can create the product to suit your requirement.
Within the broad categories of the type of instruments listed above, you can further define
attributes that are characteristic to the type.
All the instruments associated with the product inherit the attributes that you define for the
product. You will not be allowed to change any of these attributes at the time of capturing a
specific contract.
Who can create a product?
A product can be created only in the Head Office of your bank. Any user in the head office
with the requisite rights can create a product.
4.2
Creating an Instrument Product
You can create and maintain an instrument product through the ‘Exchange Derivatives
Instrument Product Definition’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘ENDINPRO’ in
the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow
button.
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Product Code
Specify a four character product code for your product. Every product that you create is
identified by its own unique product code.
Product Description
Specify a short description for identifying the instrument product quickly. The short description
cannot exceed 35 characters. It is meant for information purposes only and will not be printed
on any customer correspondence.
Product Type
An important detail in defining a product is to specify the nature of the product you are
creating. The product type identifies the basic nature of a product. An ETD Instrument product
that you create can be of the following types:

Options (O)

Futures (F)
Indicate the appropriate product type by selecting it from the adjoining list of options.
Product Group
You must classify each product under a specific group. The different groups are defined in the
‘Product Group Definition’ screen. Indicate the group to which a product belongs by selecting
the group code from the adjoining list of options.
Product Slogan
You may specify a marketing punch line to be associated with the product. This slogan is
printed on all the advices that are sent to the customers of instruments associated with this
product.
Product Start Date and End Date
For using a product over a specific period, you can define a Start Date and an End Date. The
settlement date of an instrument involving a product should be:

Same as or later than the Start Date
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
Same as or earlier than the End Date of the product
The Start and End Date of a product is useful when you are defining a product that is
applicable for a specific period.
Note
If you do not specify an End Date, the product can be used until it is closed.
Remarks
Provide information about the product for the internal reference of your bank. These remarks
are shown when the details of the instrument are displayed or printed. This information is not
printed on any correspondences with the customer.
4.2.1
Specifying the Product Preferences
Preferences are the options available for defining the attributes of a product. The instruments
categorized under a product will inherit the preferences that are defined for it.
To invoke the ‘Instrument Product Preferences’ screen, click ‘Preferences’ button. In this
screen you can define preferences for the product you are creating.
In this screen, the following are displayed from the values you specify in the Product
Maintenance screen:

Product code and Description

Product Type and Description
You may specify the following product preferences in the Preferences screen.
Asset Type
You need to associate the product with an asset type. A list of all the asset types maintained
at your bank is available in adjoining list of options. From this list select the asset type to be
linked to the product.
Physical Settlement Possible
Here you can indicate whether the long party involved in the deal can take physical
possession of the underlying asset upon exercise or expiry of the instrument.
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Select the Physical Settlement Possible checkbox to indicate that for instruments involved
in the product the long party can take possession of the underlying asset. Leave this box
unchecked to indicate that physical settlement is not possible.
For example, consider that you are specifying the preferences of a product which is meant for
Index futures. In such a case as there is no physical delivery of the index involved you must
leave this box unchecked.
Prior Settlement Possible
Positions in the Options contracts can be exchanged for the underlying assets by exercising
the options. Similarly, positions in Futures contracts can be settled by exchanging them for
the underlying physical assets/Underlyings.
You have to indicate whether the positions of instruments involving this product can be
exchanged for positions in the underlying asset before the expiry date. Select the Prior
Settlement Possible check box to allow exchange of positions before the expiry date. Leave
this box unchecked to indicate that exchange of positions should not be allowed.
Auto Exercise
Select this check box to indicate that instruments should be exercised automatically. During
EOD process, any instrument will be automatically exercised only if this option is checked for
the underlying product.
Whenever an instrument is liquidated before expiry, the instrument will be open until it is
exercised manually or through an upload from an external system.
An example of how to define an Instrument Product in Oracle FLEXCUBE
Let us assume you want to define an American Currency Option where the product code
ACYO. It should be linked to the underlying asset type Currency. You want to allow the long
party to take possession of the underlying asset. Moreover, the instrument involving this
product can be settled before the expiry date. Your entries in the Instrument Product screen
should look like this:
Product Code
ACYO
Product Type
Option
Asset Type
Currency
Physical Settlement Possible
Yes
Prior Settlement Possible
Yes
While capturing the details of a European Index Option, apart from specifying a unique
product code, you will have to specify Index in the Asset Type field and leave the ‘Physical
Settlement Possible’ box unchecked.
4.2.2
Specifying Branch and Currency Restrictions
When you create a product it is, by default, available for use in all the currencies maintained
in your bank. Through the ‘Branch/Currency Restrictions’ screen you can restrict the use of a
product to specific currencies only. Invoke this screen by clicking ‘Branch Currency’ button
from product maintenance screen.
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If you restrict a specific currency in the Product Branch and Currency screen you will not be
allowed to use it as a pricing currency for instruments involving this product.
Note
Refer to the section titled ‘Specifying Branch and Currency Restrictions’ in the chapter titled ‘Product’ in ‘Modularity’ User Manual.
4.2.3
Specifying MIS Details
You can define the Management Information Details (MIS) details for the instrument product
that you are creating through the ‘MIS Details’ screen. Invoke this screen by clicking ‘MIS’
button.
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Through the MIS product details screen you can link the product to transaction MIS codes.
The transaction codes linked to the product are defaulted to the instrument.
For more details on ‘MIS Details’ screen refer section titled ‘Invoking the MIS details screen
for a product’ in the MIS user Manual.
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5. Defining ET Instruments
5.1
Introduction
Each instrument that you enter in Oracle FLEXCUBE should necessarily be associated with
an instrument product. To recall, you have already defined instrument products to group
together or categorize instruments that share broad similarities. Instrument products provide
a general framework and serve to classify or categorize instruments.
Under each Product that you have defined, you can enter specific instruments. By default, an
instrument inherits all the attributes of the instrument product, which is associated with it.
These include:

Instrument Type

Asset Type linked to the product

Whether physical settlement of the underlying asset is possible

Whether settlement can be made prior to the Expiry Date
This means that you will not have to define the general attributes each time you enter the
instrument details. In addition to the product preferences, you will have to capture the other
details of the instrument. They include:

Instrument details

Underlying Asset details

Pricing details

Price movement details

Max Open and Long positions

Days of settlement

Initial margin per contract
Each of the above are explained in the subsequent sections.
5.2
Defining Instruments
Invoke the ‘Instrument Definition’ screen by typing ‘ENDUINST’ in the field at the top right
corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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All ET instruments must be designated at inception either as Future or as Option instruments.
At the time of product definition you would have indicated whether the product being defined
is meant for future instruments or options. When you associate an instrument with a product,
the specifications you made for the instrument product are defaulted to the instrument. You
will not be allowed to change the defaulted specifications.
5.2.1
Specifying the Instrument details
Reference
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, instrument reference numbers are generated automatically and
sequentially by the system. This number tag is used to identify the instrument you are
entering. It is also used in all transactions related to this instrument. Here the system
generates a unique 16 digit alphanumeric reference value for each instrument.
Instrument Identification
You can provide your own reference number or value for the instrument here. This is called
the ‘Instrument Identification’. The ‘Instrument Identification’ in addition to the ‘Reference’
generated by the system identifies the instrument.
The ‘Instrument Identification’ should be unique and cannot be used to identify any other
instrument. It also cannot exceed 16 characters. By default, the instrument Reference number
generated by the system is taken as the Instrument ID.
Description
Here you can provide a brief description for the instrument. This description cannot exceed
35 characters.
Contract Size and Unit
As part of specifying the instrument details you have to indicate the number of the units of the
underlying asset that makes this instrument.
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For instance, let us assume that the underlying asset for an instrument is Wheat. Each
instrument entitles the holder to buy or sell 100 Kilograms of Wheat. You entries in the
Contract Size and Unit fields will be as follows:
Contract
Size
100
Unit
Kilograms.
Similarly, if the underlying asset is happens to be a currency - DEM and if each instrument
entitles the holder to buy or sell 1,000,000 DEM your entries in the respective fields should
look like this:
Contract
Size
1,000,00
0
Unit
DEM
Value
In addition to specifying the Contract Size and Unit you can capture additional details
pertaining to the instrument or the underlying.
The details that you capture in this field are meant for your bank’s internal reference and will
not be used for processing the contract.
Call/Put
While capturing the details of an Option instrument, you need to indicate whether the option
is a Call or a Put option. In the ETD module the Call and Put Options are treated as two
separate instruments in all respects.
Therefore, when an Exchange issues Call and Put options on the same underlying assets,
you need to have defined two instruments to take care of the two Options.
Premium
Indicate the premium style, which should be picked up for the particular option.
You can choose one of the following options here:
5.2.2

Choose Option Style for booking the Premium Amount for the Deal during the Opening/
Closing of the Position, along with the deal. This means there is no Variation Margin
(Cash Settlement of Revaluation Differences based on Daily Closing Price of the
Instrument) to be processed for such instruments. For your own portfolios, you are
allowed to do a Notional Revaluation for such Instruments.

Choose Option with Futures Style for not booking the Premium Amount during the
Opening/Closing of Position, i.e. there is no exchange of Cash during the deal. But
based on the every day closing prices of the Instrument, there will be a variation Margin
Computation that has to be exchanged between the Portfolio and Broker (Revaluation
based on Cash Basis).
Specifying the Underlying Asset details
Underlying Asset
After you have indicated the instrument details, you must specify the underlying asset, which
is to be linked to the instrument being defined. The option list available for this field is
populated based on the Asset Type linked to the product involving this instrument. You can
select an appropriate underlying code.
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Pricing Multiple
Specify the Pricing Multiple of the underlying here. The Pricing Multiple is the multiplication
factor that should be applied to the Price of the Underlying to arrive at the price per contract.
Example
Let us assume that you are maintaining the details of a Gold Option. The Contract Size you
have specified is as follows:
Contract
Size
10
Unit
Kilograms.
The underlying you have linked to this instrument is Gold and it is priced in terms of 10 grams.
The Pricing Multiple that you define for this contract will be:
10 kilograms of gold/10 grams of gold = 1000.
Thus, on the option Exercise Date if the Spot Price of Gold is 50 USD for 10 grams of gold,
the instrument will be considered to be at the money, if it has a Strike Price of 50000 USD (50
USD X 1000) per contract.
Indicate the multiplication factor that should be applied to the commodity price of the
underlying.
Price Code
A single underlying can be linked to several instruments issued at various exchanges. As a
result, there might be slight price variations in the closing price of the same underlying in each
exchange where the instrument is traded.
Since the system automatically picks up all open position contracts for auto Expiry/Exercise,
on the expiry date of the instrument, the closing price of the underlying is required for
triggering this process. Therefore, if each of the exchanges where the underlying trades is
identified by a unique price code, it becomes possible to associate the price code to be used
to pick up the closing price of the underlying for processing the Expiry/Exercise event.
On saving the record, the other details of the underlying - such as the Pricing Size, the Pricing
Unit and the Nature of the Asset - are defaulted from the Underlying Asset Maintenance
screen, depending on the underlying that you link with the instrument. You cannot change
them.
5.2.3
Specifying the Price Details of the Instrument
Pricing Currency and Asset Currency
As part of specifying the Pricing Details you have to indicate the currency in which the
instrument is to be priced in. The asset currency of the product involved in the instrument is
defaulted as the pricing currency.
You can change the pricing currency only if the underlying asset also happens to be a
currency. In such a case, since the asset currency differs from the pricing currency you have
to change it manually.
Example
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Scenario I
Let us carry forward the earlier example of the Gold Option. In this example the Pricing
Currency is USD. The Asset Currency will also be USD. Therefore, if you were to take a long
Position (Call), the system will pass Contingent Entries to the Continent Bought and
Contingent Bought Offset GLs. Both the entries will be posted in USD.
Scenario II
You are processing a DEM Call Option priced in USD. In this case the Pricing Currency will
be USD and the Asset Currency will be DEM. Therefore, if you were to take a long position
(Call), the system will post Contingent Entries to the Contingent Bought and Contingent
Bought Offset GLs. In this case, the Contingent Asset entry will be posted in DEM (asset
currency) and the Contingent Bought Offset will be posted in USD (pricing currency).
Precision
You have to specify the maximum decimal places that can be allowed for quoting the
Instrument price.
Pricing Size, Pricing Unit and Instrument Pricing Multiple
While specifying the contract size of the Gold Option instrument we had indicated that the
contract size was 10 kilograms of Gold. Now, as part of specifying the premium of this option
if we were to specify that it should be quoted per every gram of gold, the instrument pricing
size and unit will be as follows:
Instrument Pricing
Size
1
Instrument Pricing Unit
Gra
m
Consequently, the multiplication factor to arrive at the Cost Per Contract (Pricing Multiple)
equals 10000.
5.2.4
Specifying the Price Movement Details
Minimum Movement
To be able to trade in the instrument, the exchange might specify a certain minimum
movement in the price of the instrument. The price that you enter in this field is merely for
information purposes and is not used during contract processing. This value is also referred
to as the Tick Size of the Instrument.
Maximum Movement
The value that you capture in this field is meant for your internal reference only. No processing
is done in Oracle FLEXCUBE based on this value. This price is set at the exchange and is
indicative of the forward movement in the instrument price. When the instrument price
reaches this limit, trading in this instrument will be suspended for the particular day by the
exchange.
5.2.5
Specifying Maximum Open Positions details
Certain exchanges you deal in may place restrictions to mitigate the default risk by the various
investors. Irrespective of the exchange having this restriction, your bank may want to impose
a restriction on the open positions held by your portfolio customers. You can do this by
specifying the maximum open long and short positions.
Your entries in this field are meant purely for information purposes. Oracle FLEXCUBE being
a back end processing system will not perform any validations against these values that you
capture in these fields.
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5.2.6
Specifying the Days for Settlement
Money
Specify the Money settlement days here. When a particular deal involves money settlement,
(Option Premium in case of an Open Deal for an Option or an Exercise deal) the money
settlement days are used to arrive at the date on which the money settlement should take
place.
For instance if you indicate that the money settlement date is two days, the system calculates
the money settlement date in the following manner:
Deal Date + 2 Working Days
Your entry in this field determines the Value Date for Money Settlement.
Physical
When a particular deal involves physical settlement of the underlying asset, (Exercise of
Stock Options or Interest Rate Options) you need to indicate the physical settlement days.
The system calculates the Value Date of the Physical Settlement based on the number of
days that you specify in this field.
For instance, if you specify the number of days as one, the value date for physical settlement
of the underlying asset will be done in the following manner:
Deal Date + 1 Working Day
5.2.7
Specifying the Initial Margin for Open contracts
Long and Short
In certain exchanges it is mandatory that you deposit as collateral (Initial Margin), a fixed
percentage of the Contract Value. You need to specify the percentage of initial margin for
every open contract held by the investor. The percentage that you specify can change on a
day-to-day basis. Similarly the percentage per Open Short Contract may differ from the
percentage per Open Long Contract
Since the ETD module does not calculate the Initial Margin Requirements, the value that you
specify in this field represents an approximate percentage that will be required as Initial
Margin. The percentage of the contract amount that you enter in these fields will not be
considered for processing.
Currency
Indicate the currency in which the percentage amount is to be paid. This field assumes
significance only when the margin amount is paid in cash. A list of currencies maintained in
Oracle FLEXCUBE is displayed in the available option list. You can choose the appropriate
currency.
5.2.8
Specifying Other details
Default Broker
Your bank may trade in instruments involving brokers and clearing houses. You have to
indicate the ID of the broker/clearing member involved in the deal. A list of all customers
categorized as brokers and clearing members through the Customer Information
maintenance screen are available in the list of options. You can choose the appropriate ID.
Subsequently, whenever this instrument is chosen in the deal, the broker for the deal is
defaulted from this value. You can change the broker ID if necessary.
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Issuer
This is the ID of the exchange that has issued the particular instrument. The list of options
available for this field contains a list of all customers categorized as Issuers through the
Customer Information File details screen. You can associate the appropriate issuer ID with
this instrument.
Clearing House
You have to capture the ID of the clearing house where the settlement of trades is to take
place.
The daily settlement of trades is Oracle FLEXCUBE will be carried out, based on your holiday
specifications in the Holiday Calendar maintenance screen. Processing for a day is skipped,
if both the branch and the clearing house are configured for a holiday as of the processing
date.
Contract Standard
You can capture additional information about the ETD instrument that you are processing.
The additional text that you capture should not exceed 255 characters. The details that you
capture in this field can pertain to any of the following:

Instrument involved in the deal

Underlying asset

Physical settlement of the deal

Money settlement of the deal
This information will be printed on all the advices that are sent to your portfolio customers if
you identify Contract Standard as an Advice Tag, while specifying message formats in the
Messaging sub-system.
5.3
Defining the Series associated with the Instrument
A single instrument can have multiple series attached to it. At a given point in time multiple
series of the same instrument can be traded simultaneously depending on the expiration
months for each series.
Let us assume, you are maintaining the details of Wrought Iron Futures, traded in the London
metal exchange. The instrument has two series attached to it. The details of the series are as
follows:
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Series I
Series ID
LME – Wrought Iron Futures – DEC 2000 series
Opening
Day
01 Dec 2000
Lifetime
6 months
Series II
Series ID
LME – Wrought Iron Futures – JAN 2001 series
Opening
Day
01 Dec 2001
Lifetime
5 months
In the subsequent section, we will see how these details can be captured in the Series
Definition screen.
To define the tradable series for each instrument click ‘Series’ button in the ‘Instrument
Definition - XDerivatives’ screen. The ‘Instrument Series’ screen is displayed.
Each time the exchange introduces a new series for the instrument, the instrument
maintenance record should be unlocked and the details of the new series captured.
Series Id
To identify the series, you need to assign a unique 16 character code to the series. After you
associate a code with the series, you have to capture a brief description of the series. This
description will be associated with the series for information retrieval purposes.
Strike Price
While capturing the details of an option instrument, you need to indicate the price at which the
option buyer can purchase the asset for a call option or sell the asset in the case of a put
option.
The Strike Price is specified in terms of the Pricing Size and Unit maintained for the
Instrument. Therefore, it is multiplied by the instrument pricing multiple to arrive at the contract
value.
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Trade Start Date and Expiry Date
You can indicate the time period for which the series can be traded in the market by specifying
the following:

Trade Start Date

Expiry Date
The Trade Date is the first date on which the series can be traded in the market. The value
dates of deals involving the particular series cannot be earlier than the Trade Date.
The Expiry Date is the date on which the series expires. The value dates of any of the deals
involving the series cannot be later than the expiry date. The automatic Expiry/Exercise
liquidation of all open positions for a series is done as part of the End of Day activities on the
expiry date of the series.
5.3.1
Examples of capturing Actual Instruments in Oracle FLEXCUBE
In this section we will see how the details of actual ET instruments, traded in the market can
be captured using the ETD module of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Given below are some samples:
5.3.2
Example I - One Month Euribor Futures
Contract Standard
The European Interbank Offered Rate (EURIBOR) for one-month euro time deposits.
Contract Value
EUR 3,000,000
Settlement
Cash Settlement, payable on the first exchange trading settlement day immediately following
the Last Trading Date.
Price Determination
In percent, with three decimal places, expressed as 100 minus the going rate of interest.
Minimum Price Change
0.005 percent, equivalent to a value of EUR 12.50.
Maturity Months
The six nearest calendar months. The longest term available is therefore six months.
Last Trading Day – Final Settlement Day
Two exchange trading days prior to the third working Wednesday of the respective settlement
month, provided that on that day the FBE/ACI has determined the reference interest rate
EURIBOR pertaining to one-month euro time deposits; otherwise, the preceding day. Trading
in the maturing contract ceases at 11:00 am CET.
Daily Settlement Price
The volume-weighted average price of the last five trades of the day, provided they are not
older than 15 minutes; or, if more than five trades have occurred during the final minute
trading, then the volume weighted average price of all trades that occurred during that final
minute. If such a price cannot be determined, or if the price so determined does not
reasonably reflect prevailing market conditions, then Eurex will establish the official
settlement price.
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Final Settlement Price
Eurex establishes the final settlement price at 11:00 am CET on the last trading day based on
the reference interest rate (EURIBOR) for one-month euro time deposits as determined by
FBE/ACI. To fix the Final Settlement Price, the EURIBOR rate is rounded to the nearest price
interval (0.005, 0.01 or multiple thereof) and is then subtracted from 100
Trading Hours
8.45 am until 7.00 pm CET.
5.3.3
In Oracle FLEXCUBE
To fit this requirement in Oracle FLEXCUBE you have to specify the following details in the
Instrument Definition screen:
Product Code
FEU1
Option/Future
Future
Asset Type
Time
Deposit
Physical Settlement
Yes
Settle Before
Expiry
Yes
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Instrument Details
Reference
000FEU100123
Instrument
1-Month-Euribor-TimeDepositFuture
Nature of Asset
Real
Asset Currency
EUR
Contract Size
1
Contract Size Unit
Deposit
Contract Value
3000000
Pricing Currency
EUR
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Deposit/30000
Pricing Unit Multiple
30000
Precision
3
Minimum Price Movement
0.005
Underlying Asset Details
5.3.4
Underlying Asset
ETD (1-Month-Euribor-TimeDeposit)
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Deposit / 30000
Pricing Unit Multiple
30000
Price Code
EUREX
Example II – Option on Three month Euribor Futures
Contract Standard
Three-Month EURIBOR Futures. The nominal value of one futures contract is EUR
1,000,000.
Contract Value
One Three-Month EURIBOR Futures contract.
Settlement
The exercise of a Three-Month EURIBOR Futures option results in the creation of a
corresponding Three-Month EURIBOR Futures position for the buyer as well as the seller to
whom the exercise is assigned. The position is established after the Post-Trading Period of
the exercise day, and is based on the agreed exercise price.
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Price Determination
In points, with three decimal places.
Minimum Price Change
0.005 of a point, equivalent to a value of EUR 12.50.
Last Trading Day
Two exchange trading days prior to the third Wednesday of the respective settlement month,
provided that on that day the FBE/ACI has determined the reference interest rate EURIBOR
pertaining to three-month euro time deposits; otherwise, the preceding day. Trading in the
maturing contract ceases at 11:00 a.m. CET.
Daily Settlement Price
The last traded price of the trading day; or, if the last traded price is older than 15 minutes or
does not reasonably reflect the prevailing market conditions, then Eurex will establish the
official settlement price.
Exercise
American style, i.e. an option can be exercised up to the end of the Post-Trading Period on
any exchange trading day during the lifetime of the option.
Expiration Months
The next four months within the cycle March, June, September and December; i.e. options
contracts are available with a lifetime of 3, 6, 9 and a maximum of 12 months. The maturity
month of the underlying futures contract and the expiration month of the option are identical.
Exercise Value
Options series have exercise prices with intervals of 0.10 of a point (e.g. 96.40, 96.50, 96.60).
Twenty-one exercise prices are introduced initially for each expiration month.
Option Premium
The premium is settled using the ‘futures-style’ method.
Trading Hours
8:30 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. CET.
5.3.5
In Oracle FLEXCUBE
To fit this requirement in Oracle FLEXCUBE you have to specify the following details in the
Instrument Definition screen:
Product Code
OEU3
Option/Future
Option
Asset Type
Interest Rate
Future
Physical Settlement
Yes
Settle Before
Expiry
Yes
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Instrument Details
Reference
000OEU300123
Instrument
Option on Three-Month EURIBOR Futures contract.
Nature of Asset
Contingent
Asset Currency
EUR
Contract Size
1
Contract Size Unit
Future Contract
Contract Value
One Three-Month EURIBOR Futures contract.
Pricing Currency
EUR
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Future Contract / 30000
Pricing Unit Multiple
30000
Precision
3
Minimum Price
Movement
0.005
Contract Standard
Three-Month EURIBOR Futures. The nominal value of one futures contract is EUR 1,000,000.
Underlying Asset Details
5.3.6
Underlying Asset
One Three-Month EURIBOR Futures contract.
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Future Contract / 30000
Pricing Unit Multiple
30000
Price Code
EUREX
Example III – Equity Options on German Shares
Contract Size
Contracts are generally based on 100 shares of the underlying instrument. However, for
shares with a nominal or calculated value of DEM 50 or equivalent in euro, the contract size
is 10 shares. Options on Munich Re and Allianz have a contract size of 50 shares.
Minimum Price Change
The minimum price change for options is EUR 0.01. In the case of options on shares with a
nominal value of DEM 50, price changes of DEM 0.1 are possible.
Settlement
Physical delivery of 10, 50, or 100 shares, respectively, of the underlying security.
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Settlement Day
Two exchange trading days after exercise.
Last Trading Day
The third Friday of the expiration month, if this is an exchange trading day; otherwise, the
exchange trading day immediately preceding that Friday.
Daily Settlement Price
The last traded price of the trading day; or, if the last traded price is older than 15 minutes or
does not reasonably reflect the prevailing market conditions, then Eurex will establish the
official settlement price.
Exercise
American style, i.e. an option can be exercised until 18:30 on any exchange trading day
during the lifetime of the option, except on days where resolutions regarding dividends take
place.
Expiration Months
Group A shares: the three nearest calendar months, as well as the following two months
within the cycle March, June, September and December thereafter (i.e. up to a maximum
lifetime of 9 months).
Group B shares: the three nearest calendar months, as well as the following three months
within the cycle March, June, September and December thereafter (i.e. up to a maximum
lifetime of 12 months).
Group C shares: the three nearest calendar months, as well as the following three months
within the cycle March, June, September and December thereafter, and the following two
months within the cycle June and December thereafter (i.e. up to a maximum lifetime of 24
months).
Exercise Price
Options series may have the following exercise prices:
Shares with a nominal or calculated value of DEM 50 Shares with a nominal or calculated
value of DEM 50
Exercise Prices
Exercise Price Intervals
EUR 1 to EUR 20
EUR 1
EUR 22 to EUR 50
EUR 2
EUR 52,50 to EUR
100
EUR 2,50 only the two next expiration months
EUR 55 to EUR 100
EUR 5
EUR 110 to EUR 200
EUR 10
EUR 220 to EUR 500
EUR 20
EUR 525 to EUR
1.000
EUR 25 only the two next expiration months
EUR 550 to EUR
2.000
EUR 50
EUR 2.100 and above
EUR 100
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Shares with a nominal or calculated value of DEM 5 and DEM10 or equivalent in euro:
Exercise Prices
Exercise Price Intervals
EUR 1 to EUR 20
EUR 1
EUR 22 to EUR 50
EUR 2
EUR 52,50 to EUR
100
EUR 2,50 only the two next expiration months
EUR 55 to EUR 200
EUR 5
EUR 210 and beyond
EUR 10
For each expiration month, there are at least three call and three put series, providing an inthe-money, at-the money and out-of-the-money exercise price. For options contracts with
lifetimes of 18 or 24 months (XXL Options), the exercise price intervals are doubled.
Underlying Instruments
Eurex equity options on German shares are traded in the following groups according to their
expiration months:
Group A
Group B
Group C
1, 2, 3, 6 and 9 months
1, 2, 3, 6, 9 and 12 months
1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18 and 24 months
Shares with a (calculated) nominal value of DEM 5 or equivalent in euro:
Adidas (ADS)
Bay. Hypo- und Vereinsbank (HVM)
Allianz-Holding (ALV)
Degussa Hüls (DHA)
Dresdner Bank (DRB)
BASF (BAS)
Henkel Vz. (HEN3)
Lufthansa (LHA)
Bayer (BAY)
Metro (MEO)
Mannesmann (MMN)
Commerzbank
(CBK)
Münchener Rück- versicherung
(MUV2)
RWE (RWE)
Daimler Chrysler
(DCX)
SAP Vz. (SAP3)
Thyssen Krupp (TKA)*
Deutsche Bank
(DBK)
Schering (SCH)
Deutsche Telekom
(DTE)
Hoechst (HOE)
Siemens (SIE)
VEBA (VEB)
VW (VOW)
Münchener Rückversicherung
(MVUZ)
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Shares with a nominal or calculated value of DEM 50 or equivalent in euro:
Karstadt
(KAR)
BMW (BMW)
Linde (LIN)
Preussag
(PRS)
MAN (MAN)
VIAG (VIA)
Trading Hours (CET)
9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. CET.
All equity options are subject to mandatory market making.
Option Premium
Payable in full on the exchange trading day immediately following the trade date.
5.3.7
In Oracle FLEXCUBE
The details that you specify in the Instrument Definition screen should be as follows:
Product Code
OTSK
Option/Future
Optio
n
Asset Type
Equity
Physical Settlement
Yes
Settle Before
Expiry
Yes
Instrument Details
Reference
000OTSK00123
Instrument
Option on Allianz -Holding (ALZ)
Nature of Asset
Real
Asset Currency
EUR
Contract Size
100
Contract Size
Unit
Shares
Call Put Indicator
Call
Pricing Currency
EUR
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Share
5-16
Pricing Unit Multiple
100
Precision
2
Minimum Price
Movement
0.01
Money Settlement
Days
1
Physical Settlement
days
2
Contract Standard
100 Shares of Allianz-Holding of par value 5 DEM each (or
equivalent in EUR)
Underlying Asset Details
5.3.8
Underlying Asset
Allianz-Holding
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Share
Pricing Unit Multiple
100
Price Code
FSE
Example IV – Dax® Futures
Contract Standard
The Deutscher Aktienindex (DAX ).
Contract Value
EUR 25 per DAX index point.
Settlement
Cash settlement based on the Final Settlement Price, payable on the first exchange trading
day following the Last Trading Day.
Price Determination
In points, with one decimal place.
Minimum Price Change
0.5 of a point, equivalent to a value of EUR 12.50.
Maturity Months
The three successive quarterly months within the cycle March, June, September and
December.
Last Trading Day
The third Friday of each maturity month, if this is an exchange trading day; otherwise, the
exchange trading day immediately preceding that Friday. Trading ceases at the start of the
call phase of the Intraday Auction on the electronic trading system of the Frankfurt Stock
Exchange (Xetra ), at 1:00 p.m. CET.
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Daily Settlement Price
The last traded price of the trading day; or, if the last traded price is older than 15 minutes or
does not reasonably reflect the prevailing market conditions, then Eurex will establish the
official settlement price.
Final Settlement Price
The value of the DAX , determined on the basis of the aggregate prices of the DAX component
shares on the Last Trading Day, as determined in the Intraday Auction on the electronic
system of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Xetra ), at 1:00 p.m. CET.
Trading Hours
8:25 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. CET.
5.3.9
In Oracle FLEXCUBE
To fit this requirement in Oracle FLEXCUBE you have to specify the following details in the
Instrument Definition screen:
Product Code
FDAX
Option/Future
Futur
e
Asset Type
Index
Physical Settlement
No
Settle Before
Expiry
Yes
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Instrument Details
Reference
000FDAX00123
Instrument
DAX-Future
Nature of Asset
Real
Asset Currency
EUR
Contract Size
1
Contract Size Unit
Point
Contract Value
EUR 25 per DAX ® index point
Pricing Currency
EUR
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Point
Pricing Unit Multiple
25
Precision
1
Contract Standard
The Deutscher Aktienindex (DAX ® ).
Underlying Asset Details
5.3.10
Underlying Asset
The Deutscher Aktienindex (DAX ® ).
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Point
Pricing Unit Multiple
25
Price Code
DAX-5:30 Quote
Example V – Dax® Options
Contract Standard
The Deutscher Aktienindex (DAX).
Contract Value
EUR 5 per DAX index point.
Settlement
Cash settlement, payable on the first exchange trading day following the Last Trading Day.
Price Determination
In points, with one decimal place.
Minimum Price Change
0.1 of a point, equivalent to a value of EUR 0.50.
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Last Trading Day
The third Friday of each maturity month, if this is an exchange trading day; otherwise, the
exchange trading day immediately preceding that Friday. Trading ceases at the start of the
call phase of the Intraday Auction on the electronic trading system of the Frankfurt Stock
Exchange (Xetra ), at 1:00 p.m. CET.
Daily Settlement Price
The last traded price of the trading day; or, if the last traded price is older than 15 minutes or
does not reasonably reflect the prevailing market conditions, then Eurex will establish the
official settlement price.
Final Settlement Price
The value of the DAX, determined on the basis of the aggregate prices of the DAX component
shares on the Last Trading Day, as determined in the Intraday Auction on the electronic
system of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Xetra ), at 1:00 p.m. CET.
Exercise
European style, i.e. an option may only be exercised on the Last Trading Day of the respective
option series, up to the end of the Post-Trading Period.
Expiration Months
The three nearest calendar months, the three following months within the cycle March, June,
September and December thereafter, as well as the two following months of the cycle June
and December thereafter; i.e. options contracts are available with a lifetime of 1, 2, 3, max 6,
max 9, max 12, as well as max 18 and max 24 months.
Exercise Price
Exercise price intervals for DAX(r) Options are as follows:
Expiration months with a
remaining term up to
Number of
exercise prices
Exercise price intervals, in
Index Points
9 months
9
50
12 months
5
100
24 months
5
200
At least five exercise prices are introduced initially for each expiration month.
Option Premium
The EUR equivalent of the premium in points is payable in full, on the first exchange trading
day following the trade date.
Trading Hours (CET)
8:25 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
5.3.11
In Oracle FLEXCUBE
The details that you specify in the Instrument Definition screen should be as follows:
Product Code
ODA
X
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Option/Future
Optio
n
Asset Type
Index
Physical Settlement
No
Settle Before
Expiry
Yes
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Instrument Details
Reference
000ODAX00123
Instrument
DAX-Option
Nature of Asset
Real
Asset Currency
EUR
Contract Size
1
Contract Size Unit
Point
Contract Value
EUR 5 per DAX index point
Call Put Indicator
Call
Pricing Currency
EUR
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Point
Pricing Unit Multiple
5
Precision
1
Minimum Price Movement
0.1
Money Settlement Days
1
Physical Settlement days
2
Contract Standard
The Deutscher Aktienindex (DAX ®)
Underlying Asset Details
5.4
Underlying Asset
The Deutscher Aktienindex (DAX ®).
Pricing Size
1
Pricing Size Unit
Point
Pricing Unit Multiple
5
Price Code
DAX-Daily-5.30
Margin Maintenance at Instrument Level
Initial and maintenance margins are maintained at the instrument level for a combination of
instrument ID and portfolio. The ‘Instrument Margin’ screen can be used to capture details
regarding percentage of initial and maintenance margins for each open contract.
Invoke the ‘Instrument Margin’ screen by typing ‘ENDINMRG’ in the field at the top right corner
of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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Branch
The current logged-in branch is displayed here.
Instrument Identification
Select the instrument ID from the adjoining list of values provided.
Portfolio Identification
Select the portfolio ID from the adjoining list of values provided.
Initial Margin Level (%)
Indicate the initial margin percentage per open contract for a combination of instrument ID and
Portfolio.
Maint Margin Level (%)
Indicate the maintenance margin percentage per open contract for a combination of
instrument ID and Portfolio.
5.5
Uploading Margin Details and Instrument Price Details
Use the ‘Intra Day Batch Start’ screen to upload the following details into Oracle FLEXCUBE
from an external system:

Initial and maintenance margin details (Function Id - MGSCHUPL)

Instrument Price details (Function Id - EDINPRUP)
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To start the upload, specify the respective Function Id in the ‘Intra Day Batch Start’ screen
and click ‘Ok’ button.
The system processes records with the details one by one and uploads all the valid records
into the system and rejects ones with errors. The system also checks for duplicate records
and if they exist, then they are amended.
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6. Creating Portfolio Products and Portfolios
6.1
Introduction
A 'Portfolio Product' is a category or a type of portfolio. For instance, you can define your
investment portfolio of Currency Options, as a product in Oracle FLEXCUBE. A portfolio
product can, thus, serve to classify the portfolios that you maintain in your bank.
Grouping your portfolios into products helps you standardize your bank portfolios across
branches.
A product is created in the Head Office branch of your bank. Any user in the head office, with
the requisite rights, can create a product.
6.2
Creating a Portfolio Product
You can capture information pertaining to a portfolio product through the ‘Exchange
Derivatives Portfolio Product Definition’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing
‘EDDPFPRD’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button.
In this screen, you can enter the following basic details of the product:

Product code and module

Description of the product

Product type

Slogan for the product

Group to which the product belongs

Start Date of the product

End Date of the product
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
Remarks
Product Code and Product Description
You can identify a product that you maintain with a unique Product Code, and a brief
description.
In the Product Code field, you must assign the product a unique code (which is unique across
all the modules of Oracle FLEXCUBE). This code helps in identifying the product. You can
briefly describe a product that you create in the Description field.
Product Module
The services that you offer in a module will be specific to the module. For example, a portfolio
maintenance scheme is specific to the ETD (Portfolio) module. You can view the module in
which you are creating a product in the Product Module field.
Product Type
The first attribute that you define for a portfolio product is its type. You can broadly classify
portfolio products into two types:

Customer Portfolio (C) – the definition and maintenance of customer portfolio products
help you manage your customer’s trades and investments.

Own Portfolio (O) – the definition and maintenance of Own portfolio products help you
manage your banks own trades and investments.
Under each type you can create multiple portfolio products.
Product Slogan
You can enter a slogan for the product that you are creating. In the Slogan field enter a slogan
that suitably announces the product to your customers.
If you are creating your own portfolio, you can identify it with an appropriate slogan for your
bank’s internal reference purposes.
Product Group
Grouping products according to the common features they share, helps you organize
information relating to the services you provide. This helps you retrieve information easily.
You can invoke a list of all the product groups that you have maintained in your bank. Choose
the product group to which the product you are creating belongs.
Product Start Date and End Date
When you create a product, you must also specify a date from which it can be offered. You
may also specify the date upto which you would like to offer the product. Enter these dates in
the Start Date and End Date fields.
Note
Note that you cannot offer a product beyond the specified end date. If you do not specify
an end date for a product, you can offer it for an indefinite period.
Remarks
If you want to enter any remarks regarding the product, do so in the Remarks field.
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6.2.1
Specifying other Details for the Portfolio Product
Every product that you maintain in Oracle FLEXCUBE, will impact specific accounting heads
(GLs). When you build a Class of Accounting Roles and Heads, you will have to identify all
heads specific to a service, and indicate their roles, individually.
The different stages in the life cycle of a portfolio are referred to as events. After identifying
accounting roles and mapping them with account heads, you will have to identify the
accounting entries, which ought to be posted when individual events are triggered in Oracle
FLEXCUBE. For instance, the opening of long and short positions will be recorded as two
separate events in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
The mapping of accounting roles to respective account heads and the identification of lifecycle events at which they ought to be triggered automates the process of posting accounting
entries.
A single portfolio product can have multiple portfolios within it. Although, the various events
that are likely to occur in a portfolio can be defined under a single product, you can choose to
post accounting entries to specific GLs for the different portfolios and Instruments within a
portfolio product.
Assume this scenario: Your bank is trading in a variety of Currency, Index Options and in
Commodity, Index and Interest Rate Futures.
Typically on a daily basis you would like to process the following activities or events for all
types of Options and Futures:

Open Long / Short Positions

Revalue Long/Short Positions

Close Long /Short positions

Process expiry of Long/Short positions

Exercise Long positions

Assign Short positions

Exchange for physicals in Long / Short positions
When each of these events is triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE, appropriate accounting entries
need to be posted to a variety of GLs.
Besides, you would also like to perform notional revaluation for the open positions on a daily
basis.
To cater to these diverse requirements you would need to set-up portfolio products, wherein
for each product you have to:

Identify the GL types and GLs that would be impacted

Define life-cycle events

Create role to head mappings
In addition to identifying the accounting entries, you would also need to identify the MIS Heads
under which you would like to report the portfolio
To eliminate the process of defining multiple portfolio products, and to restrict portfolios within
a product from holding specific instrument products, you need to follow a preferential
hierarchy while defining accounting roles and account heads. The order in which you would
need to define Role to Head mappings is as follows:
1. A portfolio and the Instrument involved in the portfolio.
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2. A portfolio and the Instrument Product involved in the portfolio.
3. A specific portfolio.
4. A portfolio product as a whole.
By defining role to head mappings at the four hierarchical levels you can maintain a single,
comprehensive portfolio product, which can be used to process all possible events for options
as well as futures for all portfolios.
Example
Let us assume that your bank has maintained a portfolio product titled BKPF. Since a product
can have multiple portfolios, you have maintained several portfolios within BKPF. Each of
these portfolios will cater to specific instrument types.
This diagram shows the portfolio product – portfolio relationship.
The portfolio PF1 is meant for deals involving Currency and Index Options
As per the preferential hierarchy method, the role to head mappings specified for this product
is as follows:
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Preference I - Portfolio ID + Instrument ID
Portfolio
ID
PF1
Instrument ID
DEM_OPTION_LIFF
E
Accounting
Class
ACR01
Preference II – Portfolio ID + Instrument Product
Portfolio
ID
Instrument
Product
Accounting
Class
PF1
CCYO
ACR02
Preference III – Portfolio ID
Portfolio
ID
Accounting
Class
PF1
ACR03
Preference IV – Portfolio Product
Portfolio
Product
Accounting
Class
BKPF
ACR04
The Role to Head mapping maintained within each class is as follows:
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ACR01
Accounting
Role
Account
Head
BOT_ASSET
CA001
SOLD_CCY_EQ
CL001
ACR02
Accounting
Role
Account
Head
BOT_ASSET
CA002
SOLD_CCY_EQ
CL002
ACR03
Accounting
Role
Account
Head
BOT_ASSET
CA003
SOLD_CCY_EQ
CL003
ACR04
Accounting
Role
Account
Head
BOT_ASSET
CA004
SOLD_CCY_EQ
CL004
Scenario I
You want to Open a Long Position (EOLG), in the Currency Option – USD_Options_CME in
PF1
The accounting entries that need to be posted at the initiation of this event are as follows:
Accounting Role
Descriptio
n
Dr./Cr. Indicator
Contingent Asset
Asset Value
Debit
Contingent Asset Offset
Asset Value
Credit
When this event is triggered, the system posts the relevant accounting entries only after
identifying the respective Role to Head mapping based on the preferential hierarchy that we
have set up.
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Since we have not associated an accounting class with the PF1+ USD_Options_CME
(Portfolio ID+ Instrument ID) combination, it will move to the next level and search for the class
associated with the PF1 + CCYO (Portfolio ID + Instrument Product) combination.
We have already associated the accounting class ACR02 with this combination; therefore the
relevant accounting entries are posted to GLs maintained within this class:
Accounting
Role
Descriptio
n
Account
Head
Dr./Cr. Indicator
BOT_ASSET
Asset Value
CA002
Debit
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Asset Value
CL002
Credit
Scenario II
Similarly, assume you want to Open a Long Position in the Index Option –
DAX_OPTION_FSE in PFI. As in the previous case, the Contingent Asset is to be debited and
the Offset account is to be credited.
Since the system has to pick up the relevant accounting entries based on the hierarchical
preference, it will search for the accounting class associated with the:
5. PF1 + DAX_OPTION_FSE (Portfolio ID + Instrument ID) combination.
6. PF1+INDO (Portfolio ID + Instrument Product) combination.
7. PF1 (Portfolio ID)
We have associated the accounting class ACR03 with PF1. The accounting entries that are
passed for this event will be as follows:
Accounting
Role
Description
Account
Head
Dr./Cr. Indicator
BOT_ASSET
Option Strike
Price
CA003
Debit
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Option Strike
Price
CL003
Credit
Note
Therefore, to open a long position for both Index and Currency options within the portfolio
PF1, the accounting treatment remains the same. However, the Account Heads (GLs) that
are impacted (debited/credited) while posting the entries differ.
For the Currency Option, in P F1 the account heads that are impacted are:

CA002 (Contingent Asset)

CL002 (Contingent Asset Offset)
For the Index Option, in PF1 the account heads that are impacted are:

CA003 (Contingent Asset)

CL003 (Contingent Asset Offset)
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Scenario III
Assume, you have not maintained the first three hierarchical preferences. When the search
results prove unsuccessful, the accounting entries will be posted directly to the default GLs
maintained at the portfolio product level.
Since we have associated the accounting class ACR04 with BKPF the account heads that
will be impacted will be as follows:
Accounting
Role
6.2.2
Description
Account
Head
Dr./Cr. Indicator
BOT_ASSET
Option Strike
Price
CA004
Debit
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Option Strike
Price
CL004
Credit
Mapping Accounting Roles to Accounting Heads
You can map appropriate Accounting Roles to Account Heads for the portfolio product
through the Role to Head mapping screen. To invoke this screen, click ‘Roles’ button.
For a detailed procedure on how to map Accounting Roles to Account Heads, refer to the
'Common Procedures' User Manual of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Note
The Role to Head mapping definition for the following hierarchical levels:
1. Portfolio + Instrument ID
2. Portfolio + Instrument Product
3. Portfolio ID
6.2.3
Specifying Event-wise Accounting Entries
After mapping accounting roles to specific heads you have to define life-cycle events for deals
involving this product and identify the accounting entries which ought to be posted when
individual events are triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
The following is the list of events for a portfolio, which you can maintain in Oracle FLEXCUBE:

Assignment of Exercise

Closing of Long /Short positions

Exchange of physicals - Take /Make delivery

Opening of Long /Short positions

Revaluation of Long / Short positions

Expiry of Long / Short options

Exercise of Options

Reversal – Assignment of Exercise

Reversal – Closing of Long / Short position

Reversal Exchange of Physicals – Take /Make delivery

Reversal – Opening of Long / Short positions
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
Reversal – Reversal of Long position

Reversal – Reval of Short positions

Reversal – Expiry of Long / Short positions

Reversal Exercise of Options
You have to identify the life-cycle events which need to be associated with the portfolio
product you are setting up.
When each of these events is triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE, appropriate accounting entries
need to be posted. For instance, while ‘Opening a Long Position’ you will:

Debit the Contingent Asset

Credit the Contingent Asset Offset
Therefore you need to associate every event with appropriate accounting entries. You can
define the accounting entries that have to be passed for a set of events, as an ‘Event
Accounting Entries and Advices Class’. You can associate event-wise accounting entries
through The Event Accounting Entry and Advice definition of the Product Definition screen.
To do this, click ‘Events’ button from the ‘Portfolio Product’ screen.
Note
Refer to the 'Common Procedures' User Manual of Oracle FLEXCUBE for a detailed procedure on how to associate accounting entries with events.
For further details on maintaining Accounting Entries and Advices refer ‘Product Definition’
User Manual under Modularity.
6.2.4
Restricting Branches
The portfolio product that you create is, by default, available for use in all the various branches
of your bank. Through the Product Branch and Currency screen you can restrict the use of a
product to specific branches only. To invoke this screen, click ‘Branches’ button from the
‘Portfolio Product’ screen.
If you restrict a specific branch from using the portfolio product, the branch will not be allowed
to use the particular portfolio product for defining portfolios.
Note
Refer to the 'Common Procedures' User Manual of Oracle FLEXCUBE for a detailed procedure on how to restrict specific branches for a portfolio product.
6.2.5
Restricting Customer Categories
Customers can be grouped according to the common characteristics that they share. For
example, you can group your customers into any of the following:

Banks

Corporates

Financial Institutions (excluding banks)

Individuals
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While defining Customer Portfolio products you can choose to restrict specific customer
categories from using the customer portfolio product through the Customer Categories
Restriction screen. To invoke this screen, click ‘Customers’ button from the ‘Portfolio Product’
screen.
Exempting specific customers belonging to a category
You can exempt customers, belonging to a particular category, from the allowed or disallowed
list that you maintain.
Example
You have maintained ‘Financial Institutions’ as a customer category. You do not want the
product to be made available to ‘Financial Institutions’.
You, however, wish to make the product available to the financial institution Cavillieri and
Barrett Inc.,
When you include Financial Institutions in your disallowed list, all customers belonging to the
category will be displayed in the Customer Access column. Move to Cavillieri and Barrett on
the list, and specify the Restriction Type as ‘Allowed’.
Note
Refer to the 'Common Procedures' User Manual of Oracle FLEXCUBE for a detailed procedure on how to restrict customer categories from using a customer portfolio product.
6.2.6
Specifying MIS details for a Portfolio Product
You can define the Management Information Details (MIS) details for the portfolio product that
you are creating through the ‘MIS Details’ screen.
Through the MIS product details screen you can link the product to transaction MIS codes.
The transaction codes linked to the portfolio product are defaulted to all the portfolios involving
the product.
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For more details on ‘MIS Details’ screen refer section titled ‘Invoking the MIS details screen
for a product’ in the MIS user Manual.
6.3
Maintaining Margin Products
You can maintain Margin Products in Oracle FLEXCUBE. The information about a margin
product is captured through the ‘Margin Product Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke this
screen by typing ‘MGDCPROD’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar
and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
In this screen, you can enter the following basic details of the margin product:

Product code and module

Description of the product

Product type

Slogan for the product

Group to which the product belongs

Start date of the product

End date of the product

Remarks
For further information on the generic attributes that you can define for a product, please refer
the following Oracle FLEXCUBE User Manuals under Modularity:

Product Definition

Charges

User Defined Fields
Product Code and Product Description
You can identify a product that you maintain with a unique Product Code, and a brief
description.
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In the Product Code field, you must assign the product a unique code (which is unique across
all the modules of Oracle FLEXCUBE). This code helps in identifying the product. You can
briefly describe a product that you create in the Description field.
Product Module
The services that you offer in a module will be specific to the module. For example, a portfolio
maintenance scheme is specific to the ETD (Portfolio) module. You can view the module in
which you are creating a product in the Product Module field.
Product Type
The first attribute that you define for a portfolio product is its type. You can broadly classify
portfolio products into two types:

Broker Margin Product (BR) – the definition and maintenance of broker margin products
help you manage the broker’s margin requirement.

Customer Margin Product (PF) – the definition and maintenance of Customer portfolio
products help you manage the margin requirement of the bank that the customer is to
satisfy.
Under each type you can create multiple portfolio products.
Product Slogan
You can enter a slogan for the product that you are creating. In the Slogan field enter a slogan
that suitably announces the product to your customers.
If you are creating your own portfolio, you can identify it with an appropriate slogan for your
bank’s internal reference purposes.
Product Group
Grouping products according to the common features they share, helps you organize
information relating to the services you provide. This helps you retrieve information easily.
You can invoke a list of all the product groups that you have maintained in your bank. Choose
the product group to which the product you are creating belongs.
Product Start Date and End Date
When you create a product, you must also specify a date from which it can be offered. You
may also specify the date up to which you would like to offer the product. Enter these dates
in the Start Date and End Date fields.
Note
Note that you cannot offer a product beyond the specified end date. If you do not specify
an end date for a product, you can offer it for an indefinite period.
Remarks
If you want to enter any remarks regarding the product, do so in the Remarks field.
6.3.1
Specifying your Preferences for the Deal Product
Click ‘Preferences’ button to specify preferences for the product through the ‘Margin Product
Preferences’ screen.
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In Oracle FLEXCUBE, all operations on a deal (input, amendment, modification, etc.) have to
be authorized by a user other than the one who entered the deal details. These operations
have to be carried out before the end-of-day activities have begun. Authorization is a way of
checking the entries made by a user.
As part of specifying the preferences for a deal product, you can indicate that details of certain
fields should be re-entered when a deal is invoked for authorization, as a cross-checking
mechanism. The complete details of the deal will be displayed only after the values to these
fields are entered. The fields for which the values have to be given are called the ‘re-key’
fields.
If no re-key fields have been defined, the details of the deal involving the product will be
displayed immediately when the authorizer calls the deal for authorization. The re-key option
also serves as a means of ensuring the accuracy of inputs.
6.4
Margin Settlement
Settlement transactions may be in the form of initial margin collected or paid to a customer or
broker or the liquidation of a net receivable or payable position of a scheme. You can capture
settlement details through the ‘Margin Settlement’ screen.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MGDSETLM’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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Specify the following details in this screen:
Scheme ID
Select the ID of the scheme for which margin settlement will be processed. When you select
a Scheme ID, the description of the scheme, the currency, the counterparty and transaction
date will be defaulted. You will not be allowed to change these details. You will, however, be
allowed to change the Settlement Branch and Account defaulted.
Scheme Event
Select the scheme event to be triggered during margin settlement. You can either choose the
option ‘Refund’ or ‘Top Up’.
Amount
Enter the amount to be settled in the transaction.
Settlement Account
As mentioned above, the settlement branch and account will be defaulted when you select
the Scheme ID. You have the option of changing the same.
Value Date
Enter the date on which the margin settlement should be carried out.
You will be allowed to delete an unauthorized settlement transaction. You can also reverse a
transaction. The event RTOP or RREF will be triggered depending on whether the scheme
event is MTOP or MREF.
6.5
Invoking a Margin call
You can maintain scheme details in the ‘Scheme Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke this
screen by typing ‘MGDSCHEM’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar
and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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Enter the following details in this screen:
Product
Select the margin product from the option list. When you select the product, the Scheme Type
will be defaulted.
Reference No.
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, reference numbers are generated automatically and sequentially by
the system. This number tag is used to identify the instrument you are entering; it is also used
in all transactions related to this instrument. Hence the system generates a unique 16 digit
alphanumeric number for each instrument.
Scheme ID
You can enter an ID or reference number for the scheme. The Scheme ID, in addition to the
‘Reference’ generated by the system, will identify the scheme. This ID should be unique and
cannot be used to identify any other scheme. Besides it cannot exceed 16 characters. By
default, the instrument Reference number generated by the system will be taken as the
Scheme ID.
Scheme Type
When you select the product, the Scheme Type will be displayed here. You will not be allowed
to change the same.
Description
You can capture a brief description that is to be associated with the scheme. The description
that you enter cannot exceed 35 characters.
Customer No.
Select the customer for whom the scheme is being created.
Rate Type
Select the Rate Type. You have the following options:

Buy/Sell Rate
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
Mid Rate
The system will pick this up during conversion to scheme currency.
Currency
Select the currency in which the scheme is to be maintained.
Rate Code
Select the Rate Code from the option list provided. The system will pick this up during
conversion to scheme currency.
Fund ID
Select the fund id from the option list provided.
Settlement Branch and Account
The settlement branch and account will be defaulted for the scheme. You will be allowed to
change the same.
Auto settlement during margin call
You can indicate if the system needs to collect the required margin when the margin balance
is lesser than the maintenance margin.
If you check this box, the system will collect the required margin from the settlement account.
Incase the system was not able to collect the margin, a margin call is generated.
Calc Date
Enter the date on which the initial margin and maintenance margin are entered in the system.
Initial
Enter the initial margin here.
Maintenance
Enter the maintenance margin here.
Balance
This displays the current balance of the margin scheme.
You can query the margin balances of a scheme through the Scheme Balances Query
screen.
6.6
Defining Portfolios
After you have created ET Portfolio Products, you can proceed to set up an ET portfolio. To
recall, in Oracle FLEXCUBE you can define ET portfolios for your:

Bank

Bank's Customers
In addition, you can maintain any number of portfolios for each branch or customer.
The portfolios that you set up should necessarily be associated with a portfolio product. All
portfolios associated with a portfolio product will inherit the attributes defined for it. You can
change certain attributes that are defaulted to suit the portfolio you are defining.
While setting up a portfolio you can indicate the following details:

Portfolio product that is to be associated with the portfolio.

Notional revaluation method and frequency. (in case of a bank portfolio)
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
Option costing method that is to be used - LIFO, FIFO, deal matching, WAC (in case of
a bank portfolio).

Margin Scheme, which is to be linked to the particular portfolio (in case of a customer
portfolio).

Brokers and Broker Accounts which are to be associated with the portfolio.
You can further specify restrictions on the instruments and instrument products that the
portfolio can trade in. The other preferences specified for the portfolio product are defaulted
to the portfolio. These preferences cannot be changed. However, you can set-up the Role to
Head mappings for the first three hierarchical levels (Portfolio + Instrument ID, Portfolio +
Instrument Product, Portfolio ID) at the portfolio level.
6.7
Entering the Details of a Portfolio
You can enter the details of a portfolio through the ‘Portfolio Definition Maintenance’ screen.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘EDDPFMNT’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Portfolio Product
You should necessarily use a product that has already been created to enter the details of a
portfolio. Depending on the type of portfolio you are creating, you can select an appropriate
product code from the option list available.
A portfolio inherits all the attributes defined for the product associated with it. You can also
add details that are specific to the portfolio depending on the portfolio type you are creating.
For instance if you are setting your own portfolio you can indicate the following:

Option costing method that is to be used

Whether notional revaluation is required.
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If you are maintaining the details of your customer’s portfolio, you must specify the customer
involved in the portfolio along with the other details.
Reference Number
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, reference numbers are generated automatically and sequentially by
the system. This number tag is used to identify the portfolio you are defining. Hence the
system generates a unique number for each portfolio.
The portfolio reference number is a combination of a three-digit branch code, a four-character
product code, a five-digit Julian Date, and a four-digit serial number.
Portfolio Identification
Besides the reference number generated by the system, you can enter a unique reference ID
for the portfolio. This ID, in addition to the Reference Number generated by the system, will
be used to identify the portfolio. This ID should be unique and cannot be used to identify any
other portfolio. It cannot exceed 16 characters.
Portfolio Description
In addition to the ID, you can also capture a brief description that is to be associated with the
portfolio. The description that you enter cannot exceed 35 characters.
Portfolio Type
The product type is defaulted depending on the portfolio product that you associate with the
portfolio. For instance, if you are setting up a portfolio o manage your banks own trades and
investments you will associate the portfolio with the appropriate portfolio product meant for
your banks use. Upon association, the value in the Portfolio Type field will be defaulted as
‘Own’.
Similarly, if you are defining a customer portfolio the value in the Portfolio Type field will be
defaulted as ‘Customer’.
Note
For each product type you can set up multiple portfolios.
Customer Number
If you are capturing the details of a Customer Portfolio, you have to indicate the ID of the
customer involved in the portfolio. You can select the respective CIF ID from the available list.
Note
CIF IDs are assigned to customers of your bank through the Customer Information File
Definition screen of the Core Services module of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Fund Identification
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can identify and define specific branches of your bank as Fund
Branches. In fund branches, only the banks own portfolios can be defined.
When the branch for which you are setting up a portfolio has been defined as Fund Branch,
you must associate the portfolio with a Fund ID. Since there might be multiple funds defined
in the branch, you must select the appropriate Fund ID from the available list. The portfolio
that is associated with the Fund ID becomes the fund’s portfolio.
Costing Method
A costing method is used to determine your holding cost in a portfolio. Since futures and
options with future style of premium are revalued on a cash basis (Variation Margin) everyday,
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the system automatically uses the Weighted Average method as the basis for costing these
instruments.
However, while setting up a bank portfolio for options with option style of premium, you have
to indicate the costing method that is to be used. Based on the preference of your bank you
can select an option from the option list:
The costing methods for options are as given below:

Weighted Average Cost (WAC)

Last in first out (LIFO)

First in first out (FIFO)

Deal matching (DMAT)
The costing method for futures will only be WAC.
Note
In Oracle FLEXCUBE profit and loss calculations are maintained only for the bank’s own
portfolio. Therefore, you can specify this preference only while setting up your own portfolios.
Note
–
If the costing method is LIFO or FIFO, at the time of processing EOLG, EOSH and
Exchange of physicals, the system will automatically do a matching of deals based
on deal time stamp to arrive at the closure and EFP gain or loss.
–
If the costing method is DMAT, you will have to carry out a manual matching based
on which, the system will compute the closure gain or loss at the end of the day.
–
If the costing method is DMAT and deal matching has not been done, the EOD
Batch will skip the basket
For a Non WAC Portfolio, the Closure and EFP gain or loss is computed as follows:
(Number of contracts * Cost per contract of the closing/expiry deal) – (Total deal cost)
The total deal cost is computed as follows:
Cost per contract * No. of matched contracts for deals that are matched with the closing deal.
During EEPL/ EEPS the closing deal will be the liquidation deal booked manually or
automatically at expiry.
For a WAC Portfolio, the Closure and EFP gain or loss is computed as follows:
(Number of contracts * Cost per contract of closing / expiry deal) – (Latest WAC for the basket)
6.7.0.1
Specifying Revaluation Details
Notional Revaluation Required
Check the box ‘Notional Reval Reqd.’ to indicate the portfolio has to be revalued notionally.
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Frequency
If you have indicated that the portfolio has to be revalued notionally, you have to specify the
frequency at which it has to be revalued. The options available are as follows:

Daily

Monthly

Yearly
In the case of monthly, quarterly, half yearly or yearly revaluation, you should specify the date
on which the revaluation should be done during the month. For example, if you specify the
date as ‘30’, revaluation will be carried out on that day of the month, depending on the
frequency.
If you want to fix the revaluation date for the last working day of the month, you should specify
the date as ‘31’ and indicate the frequency. If you indicate the frequency as monthly, the
revaluation will be done at the end of every month -- that is, on 31st for months with 31 days,
on 30th for months with 30 days and on 28th or 29th, as the case may be, for February.
If you specify the frequency as quarterly and fix the revaluation date as 31, the revaluation will
be done on the last day of the month at the end of every quarter. It works in a similar fashion
for half-yearly and yearly revaluation frequency.
If you set the revaluation frequency as quarterly, half yearly or yearly, you have to specify the
month in which the first revaluation has to begin, besides the date on which the revaluation
should be done.
Example
You have selected the half-yearly option and specified the start date as 31 and the start month
as June.
The first revaluation will be done on 30 June for the period from January 1 to June 30, and the
second one on 31 December for the period from 1 July to 31 December.
If the revaluation date falls on a holiday, the system does the revaluation on the previous
working day before the holiday.
For example, let us assume that the revaluation date falls due on 31 June, which happens to
be a holiday. The system completes the revaluation on the 30 June, which happens to be a
working day.
6.7.0.2
Specifying Statement Details
Frequency
If you have indicated that a Statement of holdings and transaction should be generated for the
customer portfolio, you have to indicate the frequency with which a statement should be
generated.
The frequency that you specify can be:

Daily

Monthly

Quarterly

Half-yearly or

Yearly
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Based on the frequency that you specify you can also indicate the start date and month for
the generation of the statement. The system generates a statement of holding and
transactions automatically, as part of the end of cycle processing based on the preferences
that you specified here.
When the statement generation date falls on a holiday, the statement is generated on the next
working day after the holiday.
6.7.1
Specifying Role to Head Mapping Preferences
As part of defining the portfolio product, you have associated the product with an appropriate
accounting class. To associate accounting role to head mappings (or classes) for the first
three hierarchical levels click ‘Role To Head’ button in the ‘Portfolio Definition’ screen.
In the ‘Portfolio Role to Head Mapping’ screen, you can link accounting Role to Head mapping
classes with any of the following:

Portfolio and an Instrument ID

Portfolio and an Instrument Product

Portfolio ID
Note
For a detailed procedure on:
–
How to map Accounting Roles to Account Heads, or
–
How to link an accounting class with any of the three levels.
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Refer to the 'Common Procedures' User Manual of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
6.7.2
Maintaining Instrument Restrictions for a portfolio
You can establish certain controls over the instruments and instrument products that a
portfolio can trade in. You can achieve these controls by specifying restrictions through the
‘Instrument Restrictions’ screen. To invoke this screen, click ‘Instrument Restrictions’ button
in the Portfolio Definition screen.
In this screen, you can identify the Instruments or Instrument Products the portfolio can trade
in. As a result, the portfolio will not be allowed to trade in those instruments/instrument
products that you restrict in this screen.
Note
For a detailed procedure on how to restrict specific instruments or instrument products refer to the Common Procedures manual of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
6.7.3
Specifying the Margin Scheme linkage for a portfolio
The different stages in the life-cycle of an ET deal are called events. All of these events
involve money settlements either with the broker involved in the deal or with the portfolio
customer. In the case of customer portfolios you may have to do money settlements with the
broker as well as with the portfolio customer.
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, you have the option of netting settlements for the broker and the
portfolio customer across events and portfolios. You can do this by linking the portfolio and
the broker account with a margin scheme.
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A margin scheme is a pool of balance maintaining a net receivable or payable position for a
broker or a Customer. You can choose to liquidate the scheme either partially or wholly at any
given point in time.
While defining a customer portfolio you can link a margin scheme for every currency that the
customer holds positions in. To link a margin scheme with a portfolio click ‘Margin’ button in
the Product Definition screen.
6.7.4
Linking MIS Transaction Codes with a Portfolio
As part of specifying the portfolio product details you would have identified the MIS
transaction codes under which portfolios within the product are to report to. These transaction
codes will be defaulted to portfolio. You can choose to change the defaults specifically for a
portfolio. Click ‘MIS’ button in the Portfolio Definition screen. The Transaction MIS
Maintenance screen will be displayed.
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Identify the transaction code (s) under which you would like to report the portfolio.
Note
Refer to the Common Procedures manual for a detailed procedure.
6.7.5
Associating Brokers and Broker Accounts with a portfolio
Through the Portfolio Broker Account Linkage screen you can:

Identify the brokers that are to be associated with the portfolio.

Identify broker accounts and map them to relevant Broker codes
A portfolio can have positions only in the broker accounts that you maintain in this screen.
Click ‘Broker’ button in the Portfolio Definition screen. The ‘Broker Details’ screen gets
displayed.
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Note
Annexure A lists all the possible accounting entries for your banks and customer portfolios.
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7. Defining Deal Products
7.1
Introduction
A Deal product is a category or type of deal. It provides a general framework and serves to
classify or categorize deals. A deal product can also represent a specific service offered by
your bank.
The first attribute you can define for a product is its Type. In other words you indicate the type
of deals that the product can cater to. In Oracle FLEXCUBE you can set up products for the
following deal types:

Liquidation deals (LQ deals)

Long / Short deals (LS deals)
You can use Liquidation type of deal products for processing deals which involve any of the
following activities:

Manual exercise of options

Manual assignment of options

Exchange for physicals of futures
Long /Short type of deal products can be used for processing deals involving the following
activities:

Opening of Long/Short Positions in Futures and Options

Closing of Long/Short Positions in Futures and Options
The accounting entries passed, the messages that are generated and the processing of deals
involving a product are determined by your entry in the Product Type field.
Whenever a product is created or modified, on authorization of the deal product, Oracle
FLEXCUBE notifies the external system of the modification and creation of deal products. The
notification code used will be NOTIF_ET_DEALPRODUCT.
Refer the documentation on Messages for further information on Notification Message.
7.2
Creating a Deal Product
The information about the deal product is captured through the ‘Exchange Derivatives Deal
Product Definition’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘EDDDLPRD’ in the field at
the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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In this screen, you need to capture the basic information about the product. This includes:

Assigning a Code and Description to the product

Specifying the type of product

Associating the product with a Product Group

Creating a slogan for the product

Specifying the life-span of a product
The basic details about the product are common for every product that you capture in the ETD
module of Oracle FLEXCUBE. However, while defining a deal product you need to specifically
indicate the exchange rate variance that is to be associated with the product.
7.2.0.1
Indicating the Exchange Rate Variance
For a special customer, or in special cases, you may want to use an exchange rate (a special
rate) that is greater than the exchange rate maintained for a currency pair. The variance is
referred to as the Exchange Rate Variance.
When creating a product, you can express an Exchange Rate Variance Limit in terms of a
percentage. This variance limit would apply to all deals associated with the deal product.
Override Limit
If the variance between the default rate and the rate input varies by a percentage between the
Rate Override Limit and the Rate Stop Limit, you can save the deal by providing an override.
Stop Limit
If the variance between the defaulted rate and the rate that is entered varies by a percentage
greater than or equal to the Rate Stop Limit, you cannot save the deal.
Rate Code
While settling charges for cross currency settlements, you can choose to debit the customer
by applying the mid rate or by using the buy/sell spread over the mid-rate.
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Rate Type
In addition to specifying the Rate Code you have to indicate the Rate Type which should be
picked up for exchange rate conversions involving settlement of charges for cross currency
deals. You can maintain any one of the following as the Rate Type:

Cash Rate

TT Rates

Bill Rates
Note
Information pertaining to specific attributes of a product has to be defined in the sub –
screens within the Product Definition Main screen.
7.2.1
Specifying Preferences for the Deal Product
Click ‘Preferences’ button to specify preferences for the product. The ‘Deal Product
Preferences’ screen is invoked.
7.2.1.1
Indicating Rekey Fields
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, all operations on a deal (input, amendment, modification, etc.) have to
be authorized by a user other than the one who entered the deal details. These operations
have to be carried out before the end-of-day activities have begun. Authorization is a way of
checking the entries made by a user.
As part of specifying the preferences for a deal product, you can indicate that details of certain
fields should be re-entered when a deal is invoked for authorization, as a cross-checking
mechanism. The complete details of the deal will be displayed only after the values to these
fields are entered. The fields for which the values have to be given are called the ‘re-key’
fields.
You can specify any or all of the following as re-key fields:

Broker Account

Instrument ID

Portfolio ID

Series ID
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
Broker ID

Number of Contracts

Price
If no re-key fields have been defined, the details of the deal involving the product will be
displayed immediately when the authorizer calls the deal for authorization. The re-key option
also serves as a means of ensuring the accuracy of inputs.
You can specify the authorization re-key fields through the Deal Product Preferences screen.
7.2.2
Defining the Charge Components
In the ETD module of Oracle FLEXCUBE, charges can be associated and accounted for, only
with the Booking of the deal. You can calculate and deduct charges as a percentage of the
deal amount.
You can specify the charge components applicable to a product, when your bank has to

Collect money from the Customer/Broker

Pay money to the Customer/Broker
For deals under a Long/Short type of deal products the deal amount is calculated as follows:
Futures
Deals
=
Future Price X Number of Contracts.
Options
Deals
=
Option Premium X Number of Contracts.
For option and future deals under a Liquidation type of deal product the charge amount is
calculated as:
Futures
Deals
=
Underlying Spot Price X Number of Contracts.
Option Deals
=
Underlying Spot Price X Number of Contracts.
You should necessarily use a charge class to indicate the charge components applicable to
the product. A charge class is a specific type of component that you can build with certain
attributes. You can build a charge class, for instance, with the attributes of a specific type of
charge component, such as ‘Charges for booking an LS deal’. The charges that you link to
the deal product will be made applicable to all the deals involving the product.
You can link charge components with the deal product through the Deal Charge Definition
screen.
7.2.3
Specifying the Accounting Entries and Advices
The different stages in the life cycle of a deal are referred to as Events. In the ETD module
the following events are possible for a deal:
Event
Code
Description
EBOK
Booking a deal.
EAMD
Amendment of trade time stamp of a deal that is yet to be booked.
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EMAT
Deal Matching
EREV
Reversal of a deal
At an event, you may want to generate advices, or post accounting entries. For instance, while
booking a deal in your customer portfolio, you would:

Pass the requisite charge related entries

Print a confirmation advice for the benefit of your customer
When defining a deal product, firstly, you have to identify the accounting roles and heads for
the product in the Product Accounting Role to Head Mapping screen. Similarly you have to
specify the different event details in through the Product Event Accounting Entries and
Advices screen, by either of the following ways:

Associating the product with an appropriate Role to Head Mapping class and an Events
Class

Mapping accounting roles to heads and defining event details specifically for the
product.
The appropriate accounting entries will be posted and the relevant advices can be generated
only while booking a deal (EBOK event). During amendment of trade time stamp of a deal that
is yet to be processed in the system, (EAMD) and for deal matching (EMAT), the system will
not post any accounting entries. Neither will you be allowed to generate any advices for these
events.
For reversing a deal (EREV), the system does an automatic reversal of all the accounting
entries that were passed when the particular deal was booked (EBOK).
For further details on maintaining Accounting Entries and Advices refer ‘Product Definition’
User Manual under Modularity.
7.2.4
Restricting Branches and Currencies
The deal product that you create is, by default, available for use in all the various branches of
your bank. You can choose to restrict the branches of your bank, which can offer it. In addition
to restricting the branches that can offer the deal product, you have the option of identifying
currencies in which an ‘allowed’ branch can offer the product.
Through the Product Branch and Currency screen you can restrict the use of the deal product
to specific branches and currencies of your bank.
When the pricing currency of instruments involving the deal product happens to be a restricted
currency you will not be allowed to deal in the respective instruments.
Note
Refer to the 'Common Procedures' User Manual of Oracle FLEXCUBE for a detailed procedure on how to restrict specific branches and currencies for a deal product.
7.2.5
Specifying Portfolio Restrictions
You can establish certain controls over the portfolios that your branches can deal in. You can
achieve these controls by specifying ‘restrictions’. While defining a deal product, you can
choose to specify portfolio restrictions for the product, either by:

Using a portfolio restriction class or
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
Defining these restrictions specifically for the product.
The respective branch of your bank will not be allowed to trade in deals involving the portfolio
that you have chosen to restrict.
Note
Refer to the 'Common Procedures' User Manual of Oracle FLEXCUBE for a detailed procedure on how to restrict specific portfolios for a deal product.
7.2.6
Specifying Instrument Restrictions
You can choose to restrict specific instruments from trading in the deal product through the
Instrument Restriction screen. You can maintain a list of allowed/disallowed instruments for a
specific deal product through the Instrument Restrictions screen in the Deal Product Definition
screen.
Note
For a detailed procedure refer to the 'Common Procedures' User Manual of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
7.2.7
Associating User Defined Fields
The User Defined Fields (UDFs) are additional fields that are available for use depending on
the bank’s requirement. You can define UDFs in the ‘Product User Defined Fields’ screen.
Click ‘Fields’ button to invoke the screen below.
For a detailed discussion about maintaining UDFs refer the User Defined Fields manual.
7.2.8
Specifying MIS details for a Deal Product
You can define the Management Information Details (MIS) details for the deal product that
you are creating by clicking ‘MIS’ button from the ‘Deal Product Maintenance’ screen.
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MIS Group
You should link a product to an MIS group. By doing so, you indicate the MIS group under
which all deals linked to the product should be tracked.
Pool Code
On linking the product to an MIS group, you should also indicate the Pool code from the
product will borrow and lend.
Transaction Codes
If you have linked a product to an MIS Group, the Transaction MIS Codes defined for the
group will be displayed by default.
If you have not linked an MIS Group, you can specify the applicable Transaction Codes here.
The number of transaction codes displayed depends on the number of transaction MIS codes
miantained for your bank.
Cost Codes
Similarly, if you have linked an MIS Group to the product, the cost codes defined for the group
will be displayed. You have the option to change them. If you have not linked an MIS Group
with the product, you can indicate the applicable cost codes.
After you make the specifications, click Ok to save them. On saving you entries, you are
returned to the ET Product Definition screen.
For further details refer to the MIS user manuals.
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7. Processing an ET Deal
7.1
Introduction
Using the ETD module of Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can process the following deal types:

Liquidation Deals

Long/Short Deals
These could be value dated today, or back value dated deals.
Each deal that you enter in Oracle FLEXCUBE should necessarily be associated with a deal
product.
You have already defined deal products to group together or categorize deals that share
broad similarities. Deal products provide a general framework and serve to classify or
categorize deals.
Under each Product that you have defined, you can enter specific deals based on your
requirement. By default, a deal inherits all the attributes of the product, which is associated
with it.
A deal would require information on the following:

ET instrument involved in the deal

Series, which is being traded

Number of contracts that are traded

Deal Type being processed (whether it is a buy/sell or liquidation type of deal)

Option Premium or the price at which an option is bought or sold excluding any
commissions, trading fees and applicable levies. The option premium is expressed in
index points per contract. While capturing future deals you will have to indicate the
Future Price.

Value Date of the money settlement

Portfolio involved in the deal – whether it is a customer or bank portfolio

Broker involved in the deal

Details of the broker account involved in the deal
In the ETD module you have to process Long/Short and Liquidation deals using two separate
screens. They are:

Long Short deal input screen

Liquidation deal input screen
Moreover, these deals could be directly captured in Oracle FLEXCUBE or uploaded from an
external system. You can nevertheless amend an uploaded deal in Oracle FLEXCUBE. In
case of uploaded deals, users other than the maker also can unlock an unauthorized deal and
modify the details of the record.
For deal matching purposes of your bank’s own portfolios, you can use the ET Deal Matching
screen.
These details, and several others, required to process the two types of ET deals in Oracle
FLEXCUBE have been discussed in the course of this chapter.
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7.2
Processing Long/Short Deals
You can process buy sell type of deals. through the ‘Long/Short Deals’ screen, You can
invoke this screen by typing ‘EDDLSONL’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application
tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
You can choose to enter the details of a deal either by using a deal product. You should
necessarily use a long/short deal product that has already been created to enter the details
of a long/short deal. Based on the type of deal you are entering, you can select a product from
the list of options positioned next to the Product field.
The details, which you can view or specify in the ‘Long/Short Deals’ screen are explained
below.
Contract Reference
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, reference numbers are generated automatically and sequentially by
the system. This number tag is used to identify the deal you are entering, it is also used in all
the accounting entries and transactions related to this deal. Hence the system generates a
unique number for each deal.
User Reference
You can enter a reference number for the deal. A deal will be identified by this number in
addition to the Deal Reference Number generated by the system. This number should be
unique and cannot be used to identify any other deal. By default, the Deal Reference Number
generated by the system will be taken as the User Reference Number.
External Ref No
If the transaction is being uploaded from an external source, you can specify the identification
for the deal in the external source, as the external reference number.
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Reversed Reference
The reference number of the contract that is being reversed and rebooked is displayed here.
Source
You have to specify the source from which deal is to be uploaded.
Instrument Identification and Series Identification
While entering the details of a deal, you should indicate the instrument and series that the deal
involves.
You have already restricted specific instruments from trading in the deal product in the
Instrument Restriction screen of the Deal Product screen. When you associate a product with
the deal, the restrictions defined for the particular product are made applicable to the deal.
You have to select the Instrument Identification which is to be associated with the deal. A list
of all the ‘allowed’ instruments is available alongside. As you have already maintained the
instrument, all the attributes of the deal like the contract size and unit, underlying details,
pricing details, initial margin per contract, days of settlement, will be processed based on
these details.
After you associate an instrument with the deal, you can the series identification.
Contracts
Indicate the number of contracts that are to be traded. The system multiplies the Number of
Contracts and the Contract Size to arrive at the quantity of the actual underlying that is
involved in the trade.
Based on the number that you specify, the system calculates the quantity of the actual
underlying that is involved in the trade and displays it in the adjacent field.
Example
Let us assume, you are processing a contract with the following details:
Deal Reference
000DP01003260006
User Reference
LDeal001
Product
Long Short deals for Portfolio Customers.
Instrument ID
CME90DTB-PUTE-OP.
Description
Chicago Mercantile Exchange – 90 Day T-bill Put Option
Series
96-NOV-2000
Contract
15
Deal Type
Long
Where the Long holder, for each long contract held, has the right to sell hundred units of the
T-bill. Consequently, a deal involving 15 Contracts translates to 1500 (15 x 100) units of the
T-bill involved in the trade.
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Deal Type
While capturing the details of a specific deal you have to indicate whether it is a Buy (Long)
or Sell (Short) type of deal.
You can select the appropriate preference from the available list.
Premium/Future Price
For Options, the Option Premium is the price at which an option is bought or sold excluding
any commissions, trading fees and applicable levies.
For index based options, the price has to be specified in index points per contract. For non
index based options, the premium has to be expressed in terms if the Instrument Pricing Unit
specified at the time of defining the instrument.
While capturing future deals you will have to indicate the Future Price. For index based
futures, the price has to be specified in index points per contract. For non index based futures,
the price has to be expressed in terms of the Instrument Pricing Unit indicated at the time of
instrument definition.
For instance, let us assume that you are capturing the details of a commodity Option. The
commodity involved in the instrument is Wheat and the Option Premium is quoted in the
market in terms of kilograms. Accordingly you have priced the instrument in the following
manner:
Instrument Pricing Size
1
Instrument Pricing Size
Unit
Kilogram
The system calculates and displays the Deal Value of the contract in the adjacent field, based
on your entry in this field. The Deal Value is calculated in the following manner:
Example: Futures Price/Option Premium X Number of Contracts X Instrument Pricing Multiple
You are capturing the details of a Short type of deal with the following details:
Deal Reference
000DP01003280008
User Reference
WheatF1
Product
DP01 (Long Short deals for Portfolio Customers)
Instrument ID
CBOWHEAT-CALE-FP
Description
Chicago Board of Trade, European Style call option.
Series
4.00-NOV-2000
Number of Contracts
12
Deal Type
Short
Option Premium
0.25 (USD Per KG)
The Instrument Details, which will be taken into account for processing, are:
–
The Contract Size – 10 Kilograms.
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–
The Asset Currency - USD.
–
The Pricing Currency - USD.
–
The Pricing Multiple = 10.
Since the Number of Contracts involved is 12, the quantity of the actual commodity involved
in the trade will be calculated as follows:
12 (Number of Contracts) X10 (Contract Size) = 120 KGs.
The Option Premium is 0.25 USD Per Kilogram. Therefore the Deal Value will be calculated
as follows:
0.25 (Option Premium) X 12 (Number of Contracts) X 10 (Pricing Multiple).
The Deal Value will be displayed as 30 USD
Value Date
Specify the Value Date here. The Value Date represents the date from which the obligation
or the right on the underlying asset takes effect on the parties involved in the deal.
The Value Date you specify can be one of the following:

Today’s date

Past Date
Time Stamp and Transaction Date
The Time Stamp is the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the exchange.
You have to specify the time at which the deal transaction took place.
The transaction date is the date on which you entered the deal into Oracle FLEXCUBE. The
system gives the present date as the transaction date. You cannot change it.
Money Settlement Date
The Money Settlement Date (or the MSTL Date) represents the Value Date of the Money
Settlement of the Premium Amount in a Long/Short option deal.
If there is any money settlement involved in the deal you are processing, you can indicate the
date on which the money settlement for the Premium Amount in a long/short option should be
done.
Portfolio Identification
Every deal that you capture in Oracle FLEXCUBE should be associated with the respective
portfolio. For instance, if you are capturing the details of a deal on behalf of your bank’s
customer you must link it to the relevant customer portfolio. Similarly, while entering the
details of a deal on behalf of your bank, you have to link it to the appropriate bank portfolio.
While defining a deal product, you would have established certain controls over the portfolios
that your branches can deal in by defining restrictions for the product. The list provided
alongside this field contains all the ‘allowed’ portfolios for this product. Select the appropriate
portfolio form this list.
Note
If you are capturing the details of a deal on behalf of your customer’s portfolio, then the
CIF ID and the Name of the customer involved in the portfolio are defaulted in the respective fields.
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Broker/Clearing Member
Specify the Broker ID of the broker through whom the deal was brokered. You can select a
Broker ID from the available list. The available list contains the codes assigned to brokers with
whom you can enter deals.
Broker Account
Select the Broker Account from the adjoining list. This account represents the actual account
where the positions will be updated.
Basket Reference
The Basket Reference number is the unique reference number or identifier that the system
assigns, each time you process a deal with the following combination:
Portfolio ID + Instrument ID + Series ID + Broker + Broker Account
The reference number is referred to as the Basket Reference.
Once generated, all subsequent deals in the same combination will be referenced with this
ID. Life cycle processing for all events in the basket will be carried out based on the basket
reference number.
Other Details
These details of the instrument involved in the deal are displayed in the respective fields.
These details include:
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
Strike Price (if any) of the instrument series).

Expiry date of the instrument series.

Underlying Asset associated with the instrument involved in the deal.

Contract Standard or any additional details of the instrument involved in the deal.
Levying Booking Charges
You can specify the charges that should be levied on every deal that is booked in the ETD
module. The charge components linked to the deal product are defaulted to the deal.
You can choose to recover the charges either from the Broker or the Portfolio Customer.
When a charge component that is applied to a deal is liquidated, the relevant accounting
entries are passed based on the accounting entry set-up for the deal product.
7.2.2
Viewing the Events Accounting Entries
As stated earlier, in the ETD module you can collect charges for booking the deal in Oracle
FLEXCUBE. You have already associated the required charge components at the time of
defining the product. Additionally, you have also identified the GL/SLs that ought to be
impacted when accounting entries are posted for these charges.
You can view the accounting entries for the deal-booking (EBOK) event through the Events
Accounting Entry and Overrides screen. All the accounting entries that were passed for the
booking event will be displayed.
The following information is provided for each event:

Branch

Account

The currency of the Account
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7.2.3

The amount tag

The transaction code associated with the deal

Dr/Cr indicator

Value Date

The Charge Amount in the Currency of the Account, when the currency is a foreign
currency.

The exchange rate that was used for the conversion, if the Account is a foreign currency
account.

Amount in local currency

All the overrides that were encountered for the event will also be displayed.

The date and time on which the entry was entered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Specifying the Settlement Instructions
Along with other charge related details of a deal, you have to specify the accounts that have
to be debited or credited depending on whether the charges are to be collected or paid. The
Debit and Credit accounts and the amount indicate the accounting entry that has to be passed
at your bank to effect the deal.
Apart from the details of accounts that have to be debited and credited for the charge amount
you will have to capture the following details to effect a deal successfully:
7.2.4

Details about the route through which the money settlement should take place.

Indicate whether a payment message needs to be generated.
Specifying Advices for the Deal
While defining the deal product you have already maintained the list of advices that need to
be generated for deals associated with the product.
The details of the advices applicable for an event are displayed in the Advices screen. The
party ID to whom a specific advice should be sent is picked up automatically based on the
Party/Advice mapping done for the counterparty.
7.2.5
Viewing/Selecting the Custom Fields
You can view the UDFs only if you have maintained the same for the product involved in the
deal. To view the UDFs defined for the product, click ‘Fields’ button. The list of fields and
default values specified for the product to which the deal is associated is displayed.
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You can add to the list of fields defaulted from the product but you will not be allowed to
remove a field from the defaulted list.
You can change the values defaulted from the product to suit the deal you are processing.
For more details on defining custom fields in Oracle FLEXCUBE, refer the ‘User Defined
Fields’ User Manual.
7.2.6
Viewing/Specifying MIS Details
You can choose to perform MIS Refinancing on a daily basis for all bill contracts, only if this
option has been enabled in the Bank-wide Preferences screen. If the MIS refinancing has
been set to a daily frequency, you have to indicate the refinance rate pick up specification
through the transaction MIS sub-screen while processing the contract.
Click ‘MIS’ button to invoke the ‘MIS’ screen.
In this screen, the transaction type of MIS class, the cost code and pool code will be picked
up from the product under which the deal is processed. The composite MIS code will be
picked up from the definition made for the customer, on behalf of whom the deal is being
processed.
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You have to indicate whether the system should pick up the MIS Rate associated with the pool
linked to the contract or whether you would like to maintain a rate specific to the contract. You
can indicate your choice by selecting any one of the following options:

Pool Code – indicating that the MIS Rate maintained for the pool code should be used
for refinancing.

Contract Level – indicating that you would like to maintain a specific MIS Rate for the
particular contract.
Refer the ‘MIS’ User Manual for more details on maintaining MIS related information for a
product and contract.
7.2.7
Associating a Broker and Product with a Rule
While capturing details of a contract, brokerage can also be specified if the broker code
chosen is associated with the deal product. Brokerage association enables you to link a
product, a rule, a currency or a currency pair (in the case of foreign exchange products) and
a broker. The attributes of the brokerage rule that you apply will be associated with contracts
defined in this combination. This can be done through the Brokerage Association screen.
For further information on the Brokerage Association screen, refer to the chapter Processing
Brokerage in the Brokerage User Manual.
7.2.8
Long Short Deal Financial Amendment
During amendment, if any field other than the ‘Time Stamp’ and ‘Remarks’ fields of a deal is
modified, system will treat the amendment as a financial amendment. System will reverse the
previous deal and book a new deal with modified details. The external reference number of
the original deal is retained and the two deals are linked by the external reference number.
Oracle FLEXCUBE provides the facility to amend the financial details of an LS deal through
external upload. If an amendment is uploaded without settlement details but there is no
change in the product ID, instrument ID and the portfolio, system will default the settlement
details of the original deal.
Financial amendments of LS deals are uploaded by the service FCUBSETDService with the
operation ETDLSDealModify.
Note
System allows financial amendments of LS deals only through Gateway uploads and not
through the front-end.
7.3
Processing Liquidation Deals
Through the Liquidation Deal (LQ) Input you can:

Manually exercise European Options for Long Positions on the Expiry Date.

Manually exercise American Options for Long Positions on or before the Expiry Date.

Manually assign European Options for Short Positions on the Expiry Date.

Manually assign American Options for Short Positions on or before the Expiry Date.

Manually exchange for Physicals for Long/Short Future Positions.
You can invoke the ‘Liquidation Deals’ screen by typing ‘EDDLQONL’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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While entering the details of a liquidation deal you should necessarily use an LQ product that
exists in the system. You can select the appropriate product code from the available list.
User Reference
If the transaction is being uploaded from an external source, you can specify the identification
for the deal in the external source, as the external reference number.
Reversed Reference
The reference number of the contract that is being reversed and rebooked is displayed here.
Source
You have to indicate the source from which deal is to be uploaded.
Basket Reference
After you identify the product, which should be used to capture the details of the deal you have
to specify the Basket to which the deal belongs. Select the Basket Reference number from
the list of options alongside this field. After selecting the reference number, click ‘Basket’
button.
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On indicating the Basket reference number the following details about the basket are
displayed:

Portfolio ID

Instrument ID

Series ID

Broker

Broker Account
If you are processing a Customer Deal, the name of the customer involved in the portfolio will
be displayed in as well.
Note
–
The current balance in the basket will also be displayed for your reference. You
have to identify the basket to which the deal you are liquidating belongs.
–
If you select the portfolio, the instrument and the broker, and for this combination
that you have specified, there is no Basket Reference Number, the basket will be
created and the balance of the same will be updated. If the liquidation amount of the
contracts is more than the balance available in the basket, the system will save the
liquidation deal, but at EOD display the message ‘Insufficient Balance in Basket’.
Contracts
The number of contracts that have been liquidated in the basket is defaulted as the current
balance in the basket. You can change this default value and indicate the number of contracts
within the basket that have to be liquidated.
Deal Type
After identifying the number of contracts that have to be liquidated, you have to indicate the
type of liquidation that has to be performed on the contracts. The options available are:

Exercise of Options

Assignment of Options

EFP of Futures Long

EFP of Futures Short
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Select the appropriate option from the list.
Spot Price
Specify the Spot Price of the underlying asset involved in the instrument. The spot price is to
be expressed in terms of the Underlying Pricing Unit as maintained in the Underlying Asset
Definition screen.
Value Date
The Value Date represents the date on which the basket is to be liquidated. This is the date
as of which the accounting entries will be posted for booking the liquidation gains and losses.
Time Stamp and Transaction Date
You have to capture the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the exchange.
The transaction date is the date on which you entered the deal into Oracle FLEXCUBE. The
system puts today's date as the transaction date. You cannot change this date.
Settle Date
If the basket involves physical settlement of the underlying asset you have to indicate the date
on which the physical settlement of futures should be done.
Note
The ETD module of Oracle FLEXCUBE does not support any processing with respect to
the physical settlement of deals.
Money Settlement Date
If there is any money settlement involved in the liquidation deal you are processing, you can
indicate the date on which the money settlement of liquidation gains/losses is to be done.
Other details of the LQ Details screen
The following details of the Liquidation details screen are picked up from the Instrument
Definition screen and displayed in their respective fields on saving your entries:
7.3.1

Strike Price at which the option buyer can purchase the asset for a call option or sell the
asset in the case of a put option.

Underlying Asset involved in the deal

Basket Reference number involved in the deal

Expiry Date of the series

Additional information about the instrument pertaining to the instrument itself, or the
underlying asset, the physical settlement of the deal or the money settlement of the deal
is displayed in the Standard field.
Indicating the Settlement Instructions for the deal
The settlement accounts are the accounts, which will be impacted (debited/credited) for
settling the liquidation gains and losses.
7.3.2
Levying booking charges on a LQ deal
You can specify the charges that should be levied on every LQ deal that is booked in the ETD
module. The charge components linked to the deal product will be defaulted to the LQ deal.
You can choose to recover the charges either from the Broker or the Portfolio Customer.
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During liquidation, the relevant accounting entries are passed based on the accounting entry
set-up for the deal product.
7.3.3
Viewing the Accounting Entries posted for an LQ transaction
The charge components associated with the liquidation product will be defaulted to the deal.
You can view the GL/SLs that will be impacted when accounting entries are posted for
booking (EBOK) the liquidation deal through the Liquidation Events Accounting Entries and
Overrides screen.
The accounting entries will be displayed along with the overrides that were encountered while
processing the transaction.
7.3.4
Specifying the Advices for a Deal
The details of the advices applicable for an event are displayed in the Advices screen. The
party ID to whom a specific advice should be sent is picked up automatically based on the
Party/Advice mapping done for the counterparty.
7.3.5
Viewing/Selecting the Custom Fields
You can view the UDFs only if you have maintained the same for the product involved in the
deal. To view the UDFs defined for the product, click ‘Fields’ button. The list of fields and
default values specified for the product to which the deal is associated is displayed.
You can add to the list of fields defaulted from the product but you will not be allowed to
remove a field from the defaulted list.
You can change the values defaulted from the product to suit the deal you are processing.
For more details on defining custom fields in Oracle FLEXCUBE, refer the ‘User Defined
Fields’ User Manual.
7.3.6
Viewing/Specifying MIS Details
You can choose to perform MIS Refinancing on a daily basis for all bill contracts, only if this
option has been enabled in the Bank-wide Preferences screen. If the MIS refinancing has
been set to a daily frequency, you have to indicate the refinance rate pick up specification
through the transaction MIS sub-screen while processing the contract.
Click ‘MIS’ button to invoke the ‘MIS’ screen.
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In this screen, the transaction type of MIS class, the cost code and pool code are picked up
from the product under which the deal is processed. The composite MIS code is picked up
from the definition made for the customer, on behalf of whom the deal is being processed.
You have to indicate whether the system should pick up the MIS Rate associated with the pool
linked to the contract or whether you would like to maintain a rate specific to the contract. You
can indicate your choice by selecting any one of the following options:

Pool Code – indicating that the MIS Rate maintained for the pool code should be used
for refinancing.

Contract Level – indicating that you would like to maintain a specific MIS Rate for the
particular contract.
Refer the ‘MIS’ User Manual for more details on maintaining MIS related information for a
product and contract.
7.3.7
Associating a Broker and Product with a Rule
While capturing details of a contract, brokerage can also be specified if the broker code
chosen is associated with the deal product. Brokerage association enables you to link a
product, a rule, a currency or a currency pair (in the case of foreign exchange products) and
a broker. The attributes of the brokerage rule that you apply will be associated with contracts
defined in this combination. This can be done through the Brokerage Association screen.
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For further information on the Brokerage Association screen, refer to the chapter Processing
Brokerage in the Brokerage User Manual.
7.3.8
Liquidation Deal Financial Amendment
During amendment, if any field other than the ‘Time Stamp’ and ‘Remarks’ fields of a module
is modified, system will treat the amendment as a financial amendment. System will reverse
the previous deal and book a new deal with modified details. The external reference number
of the original deal is retained and the two deals are linked by the external reference number.
Oracle FLEXCUBE provides the facility to amend the financial details of a liquidation deal
through external upload. If an amendment is uploaded without settlement details but there is
no change in the product ID, instrument ID and the portfolio, system will default the settlement
details of the original deal.
Financial amendments of liquidation deals are uploaded by the service FCUBSETDService
with the operation ETDLQDealModify.
Note
System allows financial amendments of LQ deals only through Gateway uploads and not
through the front-end.
7.4
Matching Deals
You can match deals for your bank’s own portfolios through the ETD module of Oracle
FLEXCUBE. If the portfolio from which you are buying or selling is priced using the Deal
Matching methodology, you should identify the buy deal against which the sell/liquidation deal
is to be matched. You can do this through the ‘Deal Matching’ screen of the ETD module.
You can invoke the ‘Liquidation Deals’ screen by typing ‘EDDMATCH’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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Basket Reference
In this screen, first you specify the Basket Reference for which you intend to do the Deal
Matching. The Basket Reference number available in the option list is displayed based on the
following criteria:
1. The Portfolio involved in the basket should be your Bank’s own portfolio.
2. The Option Costing Method specified for the portfolio should be Deal Matching.
3. The Instrument involved in the Basket should be an Option with Option Style Premium.
You can select a valid Basket Reference Number from the available list. The other details
involved in the Basket are displayed in the respective fields on saving your entries. These
details include:

Instrument ID

Series ID

Portfolio ID

Broker ID

Broker Account
Closing Deal Reference
After having specified the Basket Reference, you should indicate the closing deal reference
number. The Closing Deal can either be a Long/Short type of a deal or can be an Exercise/
Assignment Deal.
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This closing deal has to be matched to one or more opening deals. However, while matching
deals you should take care of the following:

The Value Date of the Opening Deal should be less than or equal to the Value Date of
the Closing Deal.

If value date of the Closing Deal is equal to the Value Date of the Opening Deal, then
the Trade Time Stamp of the Opening Deal should be less than the Trade Time Stamp
of Closing Deal.
Also, the total number of contracts of the Closing Deal that should be matched should be
equal to the number of contracts that you wish to close.
Example
Scenario I
Let us assume, you are 20 Contracts long in a particular instrument where the instrument
details are as follows:
Strike Price = 10 USD.
Contract Size is 1 Unit of the Underlying Asset.
The balance of 20 Contracts have been built up by the following deals.
10 Contracts
Lon
g
Deal00
1
Premium Paid= 2 USD per Contract
4 Contracts
Lon
g
Deal00
2
Premium Paid= 3 USD per Contract
6 Contracts
Lon
g
Deal00
3
Premium Paid= 4 USD per Contract
Let us assume you are doing an Exercise Deal for 12 Contracts (Deal004 – Underlying Price
= 12 USD). You would like to match this Exercise Deal of 12 Contracts partially to Deal001
and Deal003.
Your deal matching preferences in the Deal Matching screen will read as follows:
Deal004 matched
to
Deal00
1
6 Contracts
Deal004 matched
to
Deal00
3
6 Contracts
After, this matching

Deal001 will have unmatched number of Contracts as 4.

Deal002 will have unmatched number of Contracts as 4.

Deal003 will have unmatched number of Contracts as 0.

Deal004 will have unmatched number of Contracts as 0.
The system will compute the Exercise Gain / Loss as follows:

Cost of Deal001 for 6 Contracts = 6 x 2 = 12 USD

Cost of Deal003 for 6 Contracts = 6 x 4 = 24 USD
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Total Cost = 36 USD.
The difference between the Underlying Price and Strike Price will be computed as:

12 – 10 = 2 USD per Contract

2 x 6 = 12 USD for 6 Contracts
Thus, the Exercise Loss will be computed as 36 USD – 12 USD = 24 USD
In the above example, the number of Contracts matched were equal to the Number of
Contracts of the Closing Deal (exercise deal) i.e. 12.
Now, consider this scenario.
Scenario II
You are long in an Option for 5 Contracts
-
Deal00
1
Subsequent to that, you do a Short Deal for 10 Contracts
-
Deal00
2
Since, Deal002 is subsequent to Deal001, deal matching should be done as follows:
Deal002 Matched
to
Deal00
1
5 Contracts
This will result in,

Deal001 having ‘0’ unmatched number of Contracts.

Deal002 having ‘5’ unmatched number of Contracts.
Deal002 will be processed for the following events:

ECLG - Closing of Long Position for 5 Contracts.

EOSH - Opening of Short Position for 5 Contracts.
The Basket will now result in a balance of 5 Short.
7.4.1
Operations you can perform on a Matched and Unmatched Deal
The deal matching operation results in the event EMAT for the closing deal. You will need to
authorize this event either through the Long/Short or the Liquidation deal depending on the
Deal Type of the Closing Deal.
To Un-match the deal, you must first select the Matched deal which has to be Unmatched
using the list of values under the ‘Branch’ field. Then click ‘QUERY’ Button
If you need to ‘unmatch’ or remove the matching associated with a particular deal you can do
so by clicking ‘Unmatch’ button in the Deal Matching screen. The unmatching operation also
introduces an event EUMT in the closing deal. You will have to authorize this event.
Note
Authorization of the EUMT (Unmatching) event results in the reversal of the Closing Deal.
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During the end of day batch run, the system will compute the number of contracts for which a
closing operation has to be performed (EXRL, EAXS, ECLG, ECSH). If the number of
contracts that have been matched for the closing deal does not tally with the number of
contracts that need to be closed, the entire basket will be skipped as an exception. This
basket will be subsequently picked up for processing the next day provided the matching has
been rectified.
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8. General Maintenance
8.1
Introduction
As part of the general maintenance required for the successful functioning of the ETD module
you should maintain:

Instrument Prices

Underlying Asset Prices

Price Codes

Broker Account details

Broker Schemes
The necessity for maintaining these details is explained in sections dedicated to these topics
in the sections that follow.
8.2
Maintaining Bank Parameters
You need to maintain bank parameters for the ETD module. The same can be done through
the ‘Bank Parameter Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘EDDBANK’
in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow
button.
Expiry Deal Product
Select an expiry deal product. During EOD, when expiry happens, the system will book the
deal using the product that you have specified here.
Exercise Deal Product
Select an exercise deal product. During EOD, when exercise happens, the system will book
the deal using the product that you have specified here.
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8.3
Maintaining Price Code Details
You need to maintain price codes for each Underlying Asset and Instrument that is maintained
in the system. You can do this through the ‘Price Code Maintenance’ screen.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘EDDPCMNTT’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
In this screen you should enter a code to identify the price and subsequently assign a brief
description to identify the price code easily.
8.4
Maintaining Underlying Asset Prices
The prices of commodities maintained in Oracle FLEXCUBE keep fluctuating depending on
their market rates. As a result, you need to revalue each underlying on a daily basis.
Underlying Asset prices can be updated through the ‘Underlying Asset Price Maintenance’
screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘EDDCORAT’ in the field at the top right corner
of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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In this screen, enter the following details:
Underlying Asset
To indicate the revaluation price, you should first select the code of the underlying asset
whose price is to be revalued. The option list includes all the commodities you have
maintained in the system through the Underlying Asset Definition screen. The Pricing Size
and Pricing Unit (both of which you would have maintained through the Underlying Asset
Definition screen), are displayed based on the underlying selected.
Under ‘Price Detail’, you can specify the following details.
Price Code
Select the underlying price code from the option list. The option list includes all price codes
that you have maintained through the Price Code Maintenance screen.
Currency
Indicate the currency in which the price of the underlying asset is to be revalued.
Market Price
The Market Price is the price of the underlying asset as quoted in the market on that date.
Market Date
This is the date for which the market price is maintained.
8.5
Maintaining Instrument Price Details
Since prices of underlying assets/commodities linked to instruments keep fluctuating based
on the market conditions the prices of instruments maintained in Oracle FLEXCUBE have to
be revalued on a daily basis. You should capture the revalued prices for each instrument
through the ‘Instrument Price Definition’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing
‘EDDINRAT’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button.
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As part of indicating the Instrument Price you have to capture the following details:
Instrument Identification
Select the instrument for which you are maintaining prices.
You can specify the following details under ‘Series Details’.
Series ID
Select the ID of the Series to which the instrument is attached. The option list includes all
Series Ids you have maintained through the Instrument Series screen.
Market Date
Indicate the date as of which you are maintaining the market price for the instrument.
Market Price
Specify the Market Price of the instrument. If you fail to update this price, during EOD, the
system will pick up the previous day’s price for the purpose of revaluation.
8.6
Maintaining Broker Accounts
You can capture details of broker accounts, which should associated with the Broker ID
through the ‘Broker Master Maintenance’ screen. Only those accounts maintained in this
screen will be impacted while processing margin settlement transactions involving the
particular broker.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BRDMAST’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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Based on the Broker ID you select, the system displays other details such as Name, Address,
Street, City, and Country of the Broker from the CIF Maintenance screen.
The other details that you need to specify are:
Category
Select the customer category under which the broker is categorized. You have the following
options:

Broker

Exchange

Clearing Member
Booking
Select the method in which the brokerage amount is to be liquidated. The options available
are:

Advance

Arrears
Note
The ‘Arrears’ option is not valid if you have selected the ‘Exchange Traded Derivatives’
check box.
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Tax Paid
In this section, select the account, which is to be debited when tax is to be paid in the field
‘Account’. Also select the transaction code associated with the account in the field ‘Txn Code’.
Tax Payable
In this section, select the tax payable account in the field ‘Account’ and select the transaction
code associated with the Tax Payable account in the field ‘Txn Code’.
Liquidation Transaction Code
Select the transaction code which is to be associated with brokerage liquidation.
Tax Scheme
Select the tax scheme which is to be associated with the Broker Account and Currency
combination.
Payable Currency
Select the currency in which the brokerage amount is to be booked.
Applicable For – Exchange Traded Derivatives
Select this check box to indicate the broker, whose details you maintaining, can be used in
the ETD module of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
If you check this box, the system will display an override stating the booking method will be
‘Advance’.
Under the ‘Broker Account’ table you can specify the following.
Account
Specify the account of the broker. The adjoining option list gives you a list of accounts.
Choose the appropriate one. You cannot specify the same account number for another
broker. Each broker should have account numbers unique to him.
Note
It is mandatory for you to specify at least one account number for the broker.
Description
Enter a brief description for the account.
8.7
Defining a Broker Scheme
You can associate a broker with an existing broker margin scheme through the ‘Broker
Scheme Linkage’ screen.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BRDUATST’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button
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In this screen you can specify the following details.
Branch
Specify the branch code of the branch in which you are maintaining the Broker Scheme
details record.
Broker
Specify the Broker ID of the broker, for whom you are maintaining the Broker Account,
Currency, and Margin Scheme combination.
Broker Account
Specify the broker account to be used for settling margin transactions.
Currency
Specify the currency of the scheme, which is to be linked to the Broker ID.
Scheme ID
Specify a valid broker Scheme ID. The option list available for the Scheme ID will be
populated depending on your specification in the Currency field. For instance if you select
USD as the currency, the system displays the broker schemes with USD as the scheme
currency.
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9. Automatic Daily Processing
9.1
Introduction
The End of Cycle (EOC) events constitute a set of programs, which are automatically
triggered during the batch processes.
The EOD process is designed to tie up all the operations for a financial day and prepare the
system for the next day.
Note
During End of Day, the batch process should be run after End of Transaction Input (EOTI)
has been marked for the day, but before End of Financial Input (EOFI) has been marked
for the day.
As part of running the End of Day processes for Exchange Traded Derivatives, the system
does an automatic Deal Settlement, whereby all deals that were booked during the day will
be processed sequentially. This includes:


For Futures:
–
Deals that result in Open Positions in the Basket.
–
Deals that close an existing Open Position.
–
Deals that Exchange Open Positions for Physicals.
–
Automatic Exchange for Physicals (on the Futures Expiry Date)
For Options:
–
Exercise deals.
–
Assignment deals
–
Automatic Expiry of Out of Money options (on the Option Expiry Date)
–
Automatic Exercise / Assignment of In the Money options (on the Option Expiry
Date).
All the deals within a basket are processed in the order of the Value Date + Trade Time Stamp
of the Deal.
9.2
Running the ETD Batch Processes at EOD
The ETD batch process is a POST-EOTI batch function. The batch can be run anytime, after
marking EOTI and before marking EOFI. As part of End of Day (EOD) process for ETD, the
system does an automatic deal settlement in the order in which the deals have been booked
during the day.
All deals within a basket are processed in the order of Value Date + Time Stamp of deal.
Notional Revaluation done during previous EOD will be reversed before processing for the
day begins. If there is a back dated deal, all the events in the basket after the back valued
timestamp will be reversed during EOD and all deals booked after that back valued timestamp
will be processed again.
To run the Batch process, use the ‘End of Day Batch Start’ screen. You can invoke this screen
by typing ‘AEDSTART’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking
on the adjoining arrow button.
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Thereafter, click ‘Ok’ button, to start the batch process at the EOD.
To exit the screen without running the batch click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button.
Note
You cannot cancel an EOD Batch process once it has begun.
9.3
Automatic Events Executed during End of Day for Futures
9.3.1
Settlement of Opening deals
This process will update the Cost of the portfolio based on the new holdings. The events that
can be triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE for settling open deals are:
Event
Code
Description
EOLG
Opening of Long Position
EOSH
Opening of Short Position
Example
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Opening Position for the day
-
10 Contracts Long
Last Market Price
-
230 USD for 10 contracts.
Deals for the Day
-
2 Contracts Long at 25 USD/Contract
The result of the Settlement Process will be 12 Contracts at 280 USD, where the average cost
of holding will be (280/12 USD) 23.33 USD.
9.3.2
Realized Revaluation of Open Positions
As part of this running this process the system will equal the Holding Cost of the portfolio to
the Current Market Price and account for the Realized Gain or Loss.
The events that can be triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE for processing Realized Revaluation
is:
Event
Code
Description
ERVL
Revaluation of Long Position
ERVS
Revaluation of Short Position
Let us extend the above example and see what happens when Realized Revaluation is done
for all Open Positions in Futures:
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Existing Positions:
Opening Position for the day
10 Contracts Long.
Last Market Price
230 USD for 10 contracts.
Deals for the Day
2 Contracts Long at 25 USD/Contract.
Result
9.3.3
Result of Settlement Process
12 Contracts at 280 USD
Average Cost of Holding
9280/12) = 23.33 USD
New Price per Contract
25 USD
Revaluation Gain
1.67 USD per contract = 20.04 for 12 contracts.
New Holding Cost
25 USD per contract * 12 contracts = 300 USD.
Settlement of all Closing Deals for the Day
As part of settling all Closing deals for the day, the system calculates and posts accounting
entries for the closure gain or loss.
The events that can be triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE for processing the closure of deals
are:
9.3.4
Event
Code
Description
ECLG
Closure of Long Positions
ECSH
Closure of Short Positions
Liquidation of all Open positions on the Expiry Date
As of the Expiry Date the system will identify all series expiring on that day and liquidate all
Open positions in the series. The system reverses contingents.
The events that will be triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE for liquidating open positions on the
Expiry Date are:
Event
Code
Description
EEPL
Liquidation of Long Positions.
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EEPS
Liquidation of Short Positions.
9.4
Automatic Events Executed during End of Day for Options
9.4.1
Settlement of Opening Deals for Options
While running this process the system updates the cost of the portfolio based on the new
holdings. This is done as per the costing method (Deal Matching / Weighted Average / LIFO
/ FIFO) defined for the portfolio.
Note
Note that costing is applicable only for your bank’s own portfolios. For customer portfolios,
the system only facilitates the money settlement of the Deal Premium. It does not so any
costing.
The events that will be triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE for processing the settlement of
opening deals for options are:
9.4.2
Event
Code
Description
EOLG
Opening of Long Positions
EOSH
Opening of Short Positions
Settlement of Closing Deals
As part of the settlement of Closing deals for your bank own portfolios, the closure gain or loss
will be computed and accounted for depending on the portfolio Costing Method.
While processing settlement of closing deals for customer portfolios the system does not
process any accounting for profit and loss. However, the deal premium will be passed from
the Broker/Customer to the Customer/Broker.
The events that will be triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE for processing the settlement of closing
deals for options are as follows:
Event
Code
Description
ECLG
Closure of Long position
ECSH
Closure of Short Position
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9.4.3
Notional Revaluation of Open Positions for Options with Option Style
Premium
Notional revaluation of open positions can be done only for your bank’s own portfolios. The
system does a notional revaluation of open positions to compare the current Option Premium
with the Acquisition Premium of the basket and to compute the revaluation gain/loss.
The events that will be triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE for calculating the Notional
Revaluation of open positions is as follows:
9.4.4
Event
Code
Description
EVRL
Revaluation of Long Positions.
ERVS
Revaluation of Short Positions.
Automatic Exercise of options/ Assignment of Exercise
For Automatic Exercise/Assignment exercise of options the system will identify all ‘In the
Money’ instruments on the Expiry Date and fire automatic exercise (for Long Positions) and
Assignment of Exercise (for Short Positions) for the portfolio.
The Instrument and the Series (which is being traded) will be marked as Expired and will be
unavailable for further trading.
For your bank’s own portfolios, the system will compute the Exercise Gain and Assignment
Loss and post relevant accounting entries for the same.
Note
For Customer portfolios, for Options with Future Style Premium, the system does the money settlement for the difference between the underlying asset Spot Price and the Option
Strike Price. In addition, the money settlement for the Deal Premium is also calculated.
9.4.5
Automatic Expiry of Out / At the Money Positions
The Automatic Expiry of Out of the Money / At the Money positions will identify all out of/at the
money instruments on the Expiry Date and fire an automatic expiry for the portfolio.
The Instrument and Series, which is being traded, will be marked as expired and will not be
available for future trading.
For long positions in your bank’s own portfolios, the acquisition premium (paid / to be paid –
depending on the Premium Style) will be expensed out. For short positions within your bank’s
own portfolios, the received / to be received premium will be credited as income.
For your customer portfolios, the basket is marked as ‘Expired’. In case of Options with Future
style of Premium, the money settlement of the premium will be done during the Expiry event.
9.4.6
Reversal of Notional Revaluation for Options with Option Style of Premium
Reversal of Notional revaluation will be done only for your bank’s own portfolios.
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The event that will be triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE for the reversal of Notional Revaluation
is:
Event
Code
Description
RRVL
Reversal of Notional Revaluation for Long Positions.
RRVS
Reversal of Notional Revaluation for Short Positions.
Note
For Options with future style of premium, the system does a Realized Revaluation.
9.4.7
Producing Instrument Detail and Instrument Price Detail Handoffs
The instrument details and instrument price details that were created or modified during the
day can be handed off in an XML format using the Instrument Batch Handoff process. This
batch process collects the data of the instrument details that are either created or modified
during the day and generates a notification for the same.
To run the Instrument Batch Handoff process automatically at EOD, you must maintain two
mandatory programs – for instrument detail and instrument price detail - under the batch
operations. You can do this using the ‘Mandatory Batch Program Maintenance’ screen.
9.4.7.1
Maintaining Function Inputs
Prior to maintaining the mandatory programs, you must first maintain the function inputs for
Batch EOD Functions. You can do this using the ‘Batch EOD Function Inputs’ screen. You
can invoke this screen by typing ‘BADEODFE’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Here you can maintain the function inputs for Batch EOD Functions by specifying the following
details:
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
Branch of the bank involved

Function Identification of the EOD function
–
EDINPRHF for Instrument Price Details Handoff
–
EDINSTHF for Instrument Details Handoff

End of Cycle Group to which the function belongs (in this case you must choose End Of
Day)

Orientation of the generated report (this is optional)
After specifying the above details, you can add the functions input for the function in the
‘Function Inputs’ table. You must mandatorily specify the Parameter and Data Type for each
function. Now you can proceed with maintaining the Instrument Batch Handoff process as a
mandatory program.
9.4.7.2
Maintaining Mandatory Batch Programs
You can maintain the Instrument Batch Handoff process as a mandatory program using the
‘Mandatory Batch Program Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing
‘EIDMANPE’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button.
Here you can maintain the details of the batch program by specifying the following:

Branch of the bank involved
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9.4.7.3

Module involved

Function Identification of the EOD function
–
EDINPRHF for Instrument Price Details Handoff
–
EDINSTHF for Instrument Details Handoff

End of Cycle Group to which the function belongs (in this case you must choose End Of
Day)

Error Handling measures to be taken

Frequency of running the program

Holiday rule for specifying whether the program should be executed on holidays or not.
Initiating the Instrument Handoffs
Use the ‘Intra Day Batch Start’ screen to initiate the instrument details and instrument price
details handoffs. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BABIDBAT’ in the field at the top right
corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
To start the handoff, specify the respective Function Id in the ‘Intra Day Batch Start’ screen
and click ‘Ok’ button.
9.5
Sample Accounting Entries for the various events
In this section we have given samples of accounting entries that will be posted during the
batch processing programs for Futures as well as Options.
9.6
Future Deals
The Instrument involved in all the future deals is - CME-90 day US T-bill-Future. The details
of this instrument are given below:
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9.6.1
Instrument Details - CME-90 day US T-bill-Future
Fields in the Screen
Values
Instrument Product
BNDF
Instrument Type
Future
Underlying Asset Type
Bond
Nature of Underlying Asset
Real
Underlying Asset
90 Day US T-Bill
Underlying Asset Currency
USD
Instrument ID
CME-90 day US T-bill-Future
Pricing Currency
USD
Contract Size
100
Contract Size Unit
T-Bill
Pricing Precision
4 Decimals
Instrument Pricing Size
1
Instrument Pricing Size Unit
Unit
Instrument Pricing Size Multiple
100
Underlying Pricing Size
1
Underlying Pricing Size Unit
T-bill
Underlying Pricing Unit Multiple
100
Underlying Price Code
CME
Min Price Movement
0.01
Max Price Movement in a Day
10%
Max Long Position Customer
10000
Max Short Position customer
10000
Max Long Position Self
100000
Max Short Position Self
100000
Default Broker ID
CITI
Issuer Exchange
CME
MSTL Days
1
Physical Settlement Days
2
Initial Margin per Open Long
10%
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Initial Margin per Open Short
10%
Clearing House
NSCC
Margin CCY
USD
Series I
Instrument Series
Nov-00
Instrument Description
Bonds future 90 Day T-Bill USCMENon-00
Instrument Start Date
28-Aug-2000
Instrument Expiry
Date
24-Nov-2000
As mentioned earlier in the manual, each time you process a deal with the following
combination:
Basket = Portfolio ID + Instrument ID + Series ID + Broker + Broker Account
The system assigns a unique reference number known as the Basket Reference Number to
this combination.
The details of the Basket involved in the deals used in our examples are as follows:
Basket Reference Number
-
BSK001
Portfolio ID
-
PF001
-
CME-90 day US T-bill-Future
-
Nov-00
-
CITI
-
CB001
Instrument ID
Series ID
Broker ID
Broker Account
9.6.2
Deal I – Reference Number D20101
Nature of Contract - Open Long Position for Own Portfolio
Deal Number
D20101
Deal Type
LS
Deal Product
DP03
Instrument ID
CME-90 day US T-bill-Future
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Instrument
Series
Nov-00
Buy/Sell
B
Booking Date
21-Nov-2000
Value Date
21-Nov-2000
Trade Rate
97
No. of Contracts
200
The Basket BSK001 will be updated with a balance of 200 Long contracts.
The event that needs to be processed in the Basket because of this Deal is: EOLG. The
accounting entries posted for this event are as follows:
Accounting Role
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Currenc
y
Amou
nt
Description
Contingent Asset
Debit
USD
194000
0
Bought Asset at Asset Currency
Contingent Asset
offset
Credit
USD
194000
0
Bought Asset at Pricing
Currency
Realized Revaluation entries at EOD
Let us assume that the EOD price of the Instrument is 97.25 USD. At the End of Day the event
ERVL will be triggered and the following entries will be passed:
9.6.3
Accounting
Role
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Currenc
y
Amou
nt
Contingent
Asset
Debit
USD
5000
Contingent
Asset offset
Credit
USD
5000
Customer
Debit
USD
5000
Income
Credit
USD
5000
Description
Increase in Contingent asset on
Revaluation in Pricing Currency
Revaluation Gain realized in pricing currency
Deal II – Reference Number D20302
Nature of Contract - Partial Liquidation of Long Position for your Own Portfolio.
Deal Number
D20302
Deal Type
LS
Deal Product
DP03
Instrument ID
CME-90 day US T-bill-Future
9-12
Instrument
Series
Nov-00
Buy/Sell
S
Booking Date
23-Nov-2000
Value Date
23-Nov-2000
Expiry Date
24-Nov-2000
Trade Rate
97.75
No. of Contracts
100
In this case since the Portfolio, Instrument, Series, Broker and Broker Account combination is
the same as the one that was used to process the earlier deal – D20101, the system uses the
same basket BSK001.
The balance in the basket prior to processing this deal was 200 Long contracts. Since we are
processing a short deal the balance in the basket will come down to 100 long contracts.
The accounting entries posted for partial liquidation of long contracts will be as follows:
9-13
Event Code - ECLG
9.6.4
Accounting Role
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Currenc
y
Amou
nt
Contingent Asset
Debit
USD
3500
Contingent Asset
offset
Credit
USD
3500
Contingent Asset
offset
Debit
USD
97750
0
Eq. Amt in pricing currency
Contingent Asset
Credit
USD
97750
0
Sold Asset in Asset Currency
Settlement Bridge
Debit
USD
97750
0
Closing Price in Pricing Currency
Control
Credit
USD
97750
0
Control
Debit
USD
97400
0
Settlement Bridge
Credit
USD
97400
0
Control
Debit
USD
3500
Income
Credit
USD
3500
Description
Increase in Contingent
Asset
Holding Cost in Pricing Currency
Gain on closure in Pricing
Currency
Deal III – Reference Number D20401
Nature of Contract – Settlement by exchange of physicals on Contract Expiry (Own Long
Position).
Deal Number
D2040
1
Deal Type
XPL
Deal Product
DP04
Instrument ID
CME-90 day US T-bill-Future
Instrument
Series
Nov-00
Booking Date
24-Nov-2000
Value Date
24-Nov-2000
Expiry Date
24-Nov-2000
9-14
Trade Rate
97.80
No. of Contracts
100
The Current balance in the Basket is 100 long contracts. Since the instrument expires on 24Nov-00, all 100 contracts within the basket will cease to exist on the Expiry Date.
The accounting entries that will be posted for the settlement of exchange of physicals on
contract expiry will be as follows:
Event Code - EEPL
9.7
Accounting
Role
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Curren
cy
Amou
nt
Contingent Asset
Debit
USD
1500
Increase in contingent asset in
Asset Currency
Contingent Asset
offset
Credit
USD
1500
Increase in contingent asset in
pricing currency.
Contingent Asset
offset
Debit
USD
97800
0
Reversal of contingents on EFP
Contingent Asset
Credit
USD
97800
0
Real Asset
Debit
USD
97800
0
EFP value in Asset Currency
Settlement
Bridge
Credit
USD
97800
0
EFP value in Pricing Currency
Settlement
Bridge
Debit
USD
1500
Gains on EFP
Control
Credit
USD
1500
Description
Option Deals
In the earlier section we had a look at the sample accounting entries that were triggered during
EOD processing of future deals. We will now have a look at the accounting entries that will
get triggered during BOD and EOD processing for Option deals with Option and Future style
premium.
9.7.1
European Option Deals with Option Style Premium
The Instrument involved in all the European option deals is - CME-90dayUSTbill-96-OptionCall. The details of this instrument are given below:
9-15
9.7.1.1
Instrument Details - CME-90dayUSTbill-96-Option-Call
Fields in the Screen
Values
Instrument Product
BNEO
Instrument Type
Option
Underlying Asset Type
Bonds
Nature of Underlying Asset
Real
Underlying Asset
90 Day T-Bill US
Underlying Asset Currency
USD
Call Put Indicator
Call
Instrument ID
CME90DTB-CL-E-0P
Instrument Series
96 Nov-00
Instrument Description
BondsOption90 Day T-Bill USCME96 Nov-00
Instrument Start Date
28-Aug-2000
Instrument Expiry Date
24-Nov-2000
Pricing Currency
USD
Contract Size
100
Contract Size Unit
T-Bill
Pricing Precision
4 Decimals
Instrument Pricing Size
1
Instrument Pricing Size Unit
Unit
Instrument Pricing Size Multiple
100
Underlying Pricing Size
1
Underlying Pricing Size Unit
T-bill
Underlying Pricing Unit Multiple
100
Underlying Price Code
CME
Min Price Movement
0.01
Max Price Movement in a Day
Nil
Max Long Position Customer
10000
Max Short Position customer
10000
Max Long Position Self
100000
Max Short Position Self
100000
9-16
Default Broker ID
CITI
Issuer Exchange
CME
MSTL Days
1
Physical Settlement Days
2
Initial Margin per Open Long
Nil
Initial Margin per Open Short
10%
Clearing House
NSCC
Margin CCY
USD
9.7.1.2
The details of the basket involved in the option deals in our example are as follows:
9.7.2
Basket Reference Number
-
BSK002
Portfolio ID
-
PF001
Instrument ID
-
CME90DTB-CL-E0P
Series ID
-
96/Nov-00
Broker ID
-
CITI
Broker Account
-
CB001
Deal I – Reference Number D10103
Nature of Contract - Open Long European call with Option style Premium on own account
Deal Number
D10103
Deal Type
LS
Deal Product
DP03
Instrument ID
CME90DTB-CL-E0P
Instrument
Series
96/Nov-00
Strike Price
96
Buy/Sell
B
Booking Date
21-Nov-2000
Value Date
21-Nov-2000
Expiry Date
24-Nov-2000
9-17
Trade Rate
1.95
Premium Style
Option
No. of Contracts
80
As a result of processing this deal, the system creates a basket BSK002 with the following
combination:
PF001 + CME90DTB-CL-E-0P + 96/Nov-00 + CITI + CB001
The basket will be created with a balance of 80 Long contracts.
At EOD, the event that needs to be processed in the Basket because of this Deal is: EOLG.
The accounting entries posted for this event are as follows
Accounting Role
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Currenc
y
Amoun
t
Description
Contingent Asset
Debit
USD
768000
Bought Asset Value
Contingent Asset Offset
Credit
USD
768000
Premium Paid
Debit
USD
15600
Settlement Bridge
Credit
USD
15600
Deal Premium
For the event ERVL, the following entries will be posted:
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Currenc
y
Amoun
t
Unrealized
Expense
Debit
USD
160
Reval Liability
Credit
USD
160
Accounting Role
9.7.3
Description
Notional Loss on
Reval
Deal II –Reference Number D10201
Nature of Contract - Open Long European Call with Option style Premium on own account
Deal Number
D10201
Deal Type
LS
Deal Product
DP03
Instrument ID
CME90DTB-CL-E0P
Instrument
Series
96/Nov-00
Strike Price
96
Buy/Sell
B
Booking Date
22-Nov-2000
9-18
Value Date
22-Nov-2000
Expiry Date
24-Nov-2000
Trade Rate
1.9
Premium Style
Option
No. of Contracts
20
The balance in the basket prior to processing this deal was 80 Long contracts. Since we are
processing a long deal the current balance in the basket will go up to 100 Long contracts.
At EOD, the event that needs to be processed in the Basket because of this Deal is EOLG.
The accounting entries posted for this event are as follows:
Accounting Role
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Currenc
y
Amoun
t
Description
Contingent Asset
Debit
USD
192000
Bought Asset Value
Contingent Asset Offset
Credit
USD
192000
Premium Paid
Debit
USD
3800
Settlement Bridge
Credit
USD
3800
Deal Premium
ERVL will be triggered and the following entries will be posted:
9.7.4
Accounting
Role
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Currenc
y
Amoun
t
Reval Asset
Debit
USD
40
Unrealized Gain
Credit
USD
40
Description
Notional Gain on
Reval
Deal II –Reference Number D10402
Nature of Contract – Auto Exercise of Long position in an In the Money European Call on
Expiry.
Deal Number
D10402
Deal Type
LS
Deal Product
DP03
Instrument ID
CME90DTB-CL-E0P
Instrument
Series
96/Nov-00
Strike Price
96
Booking Date
27-Nov-2000
9-19
Value Date
24-Nov-2000
Expiry Date
24-Nov-2000
No. of Contracts
100
The current balance in the basket BSK002 is 100 long contracts. Since the instrument expires
on 24-Nov-2000, all 100 contracts within the basket will cease to exist on the Expiry Date.
The accounting entries that will be posted for the automatic exercise of long positions of the
In the Money European call option deals (D10103 and D10201) will be as follows:
Event Code - EXRL
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Currenc
y
Amou
nt
Contingent Asset Offset
Debit
USD
960000
Contingent Asset
Credit
USD
960000
Control
Debit
USD
19400
Premium Paid
Credit
USD
19400
Settlement Bridge
Debit
USD
18000
Control
Credit
USD
18000
Expense
Debit
USD
1400
Control
Credit
USD
1400
Accounting Role
9.7.5
Description
Reversal of Contingents
Spot Strike Difference
Loss on Exercise
American Option Deals with Future Style Premium
The Instrument involved in all the American option deals is - NSE-HLL-230-Option-Put. The
details of this instrument are given below:
9-20
9.7.5.1
Instrument Details - NSE-HLL-230-Option-Put
9.7.5.2
Fields in the Screen
Values
Instrument Product
EQAO
Instrument Type
Option
Underlying Asset Type
Equity
Nature of Underlying Asset
Real
Underlying Asset
HINDLEVER
Underlying Asset Currency
INR
Call Put Indicator
Put
Instrument ID
NSE-HLL-230-Option-Put
Instrument Series
23 Jan-01
Instrument Description
EquityOptionHINDLEVERNSE230 Jan01
Instrument Start Date
30-Oct-2000
Instrument Expiry Date
26-Jan-2001
Pricing Currency
INR
Contract Size
100
Contract Size Unit
Share
Pricing Precision
2 Decimals
Instrument Pricing Size
1
Instrument Pricing Size Unit
Share
Instrument Pricing Size Multiple
100
Underlying Pricing Size
1
Underlying Pricing Size Unit
Share
Underlying Pricing Unit Multiple
100
Underlying Price Code
NSE
Min Price Movement
0.05
Max Long Position Customer
10000
Max Short Position customer
10000
9-21
Max Long Position Self
100000
Max Short Position Self
100000
Default Broker ID
SCG
Issuer Exchange
NSE
MSTL Days
1
Physical Settlement Days
2
Initial Margin per Open Long
5%
Initial Margin per Open Short
10%
Clearing House
NSCCL
Margin CCY
INR
The details of the basket involved in the option deals in our example are as follows:
9.7.6
Basket Reference Number
-
BSK003
Portfolio ID
-
PF001
Instrument ID
-
NSE-HLL-230-OptionPut
Series ID
-
230 Jan-01
Broker ID
-
CITI
Broker Account
-
CB001
Deal I – Reference Number D20104
Nature of Contract - Open Short in American Put Future Style Option.
Deal Number
D20104
Deal Type
LS
Deal Product
DP03
Instrument ID
NSE-HLL-PUT-AFP
Instrument
Series
230/Jan-01
Strike Price
230
Buy/Sell
S
Booking Date
21-Nov-2000
9-22
Value Date
21-Nov-2000
Expiry Date
25-Jan-2001
Trade Rate
35
No. of Contracts
20
As a result of processing this deal, the system creates a basket BSK003 with the following
combination:
PF001 + NSE-HLL-230-Option-Put + 230 Jan-01+ CITI + CB001
The basket will be created with 20 short contracts.
At EOD, the event that needs to be processed in the Basket because of this Deal is: EOSH.
The accounting entries posted for this event are as follows
Accounting Role
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Curren
cy
Amou
nt
Contingent Asset
Debit
INR
39000
0
Contingent Asset
Offset
Credit
INR
39000
0
Description
Asset value net of premium.
For the event ERVS, the following entries will be posted:
9.7.7
Accounting Role
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Curren
cy
Amou
nt
Description
Contingent Asset
Debit
INR
6000
Increase in Asset
Contingent Asset
Offset
Credit
INR
6000
Customer
Debit
INR
6000
Income
Credit
INR
6000
Realized gain on revaluation
Deal II – Reference Number D20601
Nature of Contract - Assignment Prior to Expiry of Own Short Position in American Put.
Deal Number
D20601
Deal Type
XRS
Deal Product
DP04
Instrument ID
NSE-HLL-PUT-AFP
Instrument
Series
230/Jan-01
Strike Price
230
9-23
Booking Date
28-Nov-2000
Value Date
28-Nov-2000
Expiry Date
25-Jan-2001
No. of Contracts
20
At EOD, the event that needs to be processed in the Basket because of this Deal is EAXS.
The accounting entries posted for this event are as follows:
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Curren
cy
Amou
nt
Contingent Asset
Offset
Debit
INR
40400
0
Contingent Asset
Credit
INR
40400
0
Control
Debit
INR
50000
Settlement Bridge
Credit
INR
50000
Settlement Bridge
Debit
INR
56000
Control
Credit
INR
56000
Control
Debit
INR
6000
Income
Credit
INR
6000
Accounting Role
9-24
Description
Reversal of contingents
Spot strike difference
Deal Premium
Gain on Assignment of
positions
10. Annexure A – Event-wise Accounting Entries for
your Own Portfolio
10.1 Accounting entries for a Bank portfolio
This section contains details of the suggested accounting entries that can be maintained,
while setting up a portfolio product (for your bank and for your customer’s as well) for the ETD
module of Oracle FLEXCUBE. The details of the suggested accounting entries are listed
event-wise.
10.2 ETD Events
The following is an exhaustive list of events that can take place during the lifecycle of an ET
deals. In the subsequent paragraphs we shall examine the accounting entries for each of the
events listed below.
Event
Code
Event Description
EOLG
Opening of Long Position
ERVL
Revaluation of long Position
ECLG
Closure of Long Position
EOSH
Opening of Short Position
ERVS
Revaluation of Short Position
ECSH
Closure of Short Position
EXPL
Expiry of Long Position
EXPS
Expiry of Short Position
EXRL
Exercise in Long Position
EAXS
Assignment in Short Position
EEPL
Exchange for Physicals in Long
EEPS
Exchange for Physicals in Short
ROLG
Reversal – Opening of Long Position
RRVL
Reversal – Revaluation of Long Position
RCLG
Reversal – Closure of Long Position
ROSH
Reversal – Opening of Short Position
RRVS
Reversal – Revaluation of Short Position
RCSH
Reversal – Closure of Short Position
RXPL
Reversal – Expiry of Long Position
10-1
RXPS
Reversal – Expiry of Short Position
RXRL
Reversal – Exercise in Long Position
RAXS
Reversal – Assignment in Short Position
REPL
Reversal – Exchange for Physicals in Long
REPS
Reversal – Exchange for Physicals in Short
EMAT
Event Matching of Deal
EUMT
Event for Un-matching
EBOK
Booking of Contract
EREV
Reversal of Booking
EAMD
Amendment of Contract
10.3 Amount Tags
The Amount Tags listed below are provided in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Amount Tag
Description
AVG_PREMIUM_PAID
Average Premium Paid to acquire the Existing Holding
AVG_PREMIUM_RECEIV
ED
Average Premium Received to acquire the Short Holding
BOOK_VALUE
Holding Cost of the Instrument
BOT_ASSET
Bought Asset in Asset Currency
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Decrease in contract Positions in Asset Currency
BOT_ASSET_INCR
Increase in contract Positions in Asset Currency
BOT_CCY_EQ
Equivalent Amount in Pricing Currency
BOT_CCY_EQ_DECR
Equivalent decrease in contract Positions in Pricing Currency
BOT_CCY_EQ_INCR
Equivalent increase in contract Positions in Pricing Currency
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMIU
M
Closing Price / Premium in Pricing Currency
CLOSURE_GAIN
Gain on Closure of Position
CLOSURE_LOSS
Loss on Closure of Position
DEAL_PREMIUM_AMT
Deal Premium Amount in Pricing Currency
EFP_GAIN
Gain due to Exchange of Futures for Physicals
EFP_LOSS
Loss due to Exchange of Futures for Physicals
10-2
EXERCISE_ASSIGN_GAI
N
Gain due to Assignment of the option
EXERCISE_ASSIGN_LO
SS
Loss due to Assignment of the option
EXERCISE_GAIN
Gain due to Exercise of the option
EXERCISE_LOSS
Loss due to Exercise of the option
EXPIRY_GAIN
Gain due to Expiry of the Instrument
EXPIRY_LOSS
Loss due to Expiry of the Instrument
NOTIONAL_GAIN
Notional Gain in Pricing Currency
NOTIONAL_LOSS
Notional Loss in Pricing Currency
REALIZED_GAIN
Realized Gain in Pricing Currency
REALIZED_LOSS
Realized Loss in Pricing Currency
SOLD_ASSET
Sold Asset in Asset Currency
SOLD_ASSET_DECR
Decrease in contract Positions in Asset Currency
SOLD_ASSET_INCR
Incr. in Cont. Positions in Asset Currency
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Equivalent Amount in Pricing Currency
SOLD_CCY_EQ_DECR
Equivalent decrease in contract Positions in Pricing Currency
SOLD_CCY_EQ_INCR
Equivalent increase in contract Positions in Pricing Currency
SPOT_STRIKE_DIFF
Commodity spot minus Strike price of the option
MG_SETLM_AMT_MREF
Margin Refund Amount
MG_SETLM_AMT_MTOP
Margin Top Up Amount
In addition to these, you can define any number of amount tags as per your requirement.
10.4 Accounting Roles
The following list contains details of the accounting Roles that are applicable to deals
involving portfolio products.
Accounting Role
Description
Role Type
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
Broker Settlement Bridge
Asset
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
Customer Settlement Bridge
Asset
CONT_ASSET
Contingent Asset
Contingent Asset
CONT_ASSET_OFF
Contingent Asset Offset
Contingent Asset
10-3
CONT_LIAB
Contingent Liability
Contingent Liability
CONT_LIAB_OFF
Contingent Liability Offset
Contingent Liability
CONTROL
Control Asset
Asset
EFP_GAIN
Gain due to Exchange of Futures
Income
EXERCISE_GAIN
Gain due to Exercise of option
Income
ASSIGN_GAIN
Gain due to Assignment of option
Income
EXPIRY_GAIN
Gain due to Expiry of option
Income
EFP_LOSS
Loss due to Exchange of Futures
Expense
EXERCISE_LOSS
Loss due to Exercise of option
Expense
ASSIGN_LOSS
Loss due to Assignment of option
Expense
EXPIRY_LOSS
Loss due to Expiry of option
Expense
TRADING_GAIN
Closure gain
Income
TRADING_LOSS
Closure loss
Expense
PREMIUM_PAID
Premium paid
Asset
PREMIUM_RECVD
Premium received
Liability
REALIZED_GAINS
Realized gains
Income
REALIZED_LOSS
Realized loss
Expense
REVAL_ASSET
Revaluation asset
Asset
REVAL_LIAB
Revaluation liability
Liability
UNREAL_EXPENSE
Unrealized expense
Expense
UNREAL_INCOME
Unrealized income
Income
BR_SETTLEMENT
Broker Settlement
BR_RECEIVABLE
Broker Receivable
BR_PAYABLE
Broker Payable
PF_SETTLEMENT
Portfolio Settlement
PF_PAYABLE
Portfolio Payable
PF_RECEIVABLE
Portfolio Receivable
10-4
10.5 Event-wise Accounting Entries for your Own portfolio
In the subsequent sections we have defined suggested accounting entries for each of the
events in the life-cycle of deals involving your banks portfolio product.
Note
Also note that some of the Amount Tag’s linked to the Accounting Roles are user defined.
10.5.1
EOLG - Opening of Long Position
Customer Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Call & Put Options – O
Credi
t
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Own Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET
Futures , Call Options – O,F
Credi
t
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Debit
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ
Credi
t
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET
Debit
PREMIUM_PAID
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
10-5
Put options – O,F
Call & Put Options – O
10.5.2
10.5.3
EVRL – Revaluation of Long Position
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_GAIN
Debit
Future, Call and Put
Options - F
REALIZED_GAINS
REALIZED_GAIN
Credit
Future, Call and Put
Options - F
REALIZED_LOSS
REALIZED_LOSS
Debit
Future, Call and Put
Options - F
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_LOSS
Credit
Future, Call and Put
Options - F
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_INCR
Debit
Future, Call Option-F
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_INC
R
Credit
Future, Call Option-F
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_DE
CR
Debit
Future, Call Option-F
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Credit
Future, Call Option-F
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_INC
R
Debit
Future, Put Option -F
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_INCR
Credit
Future, Put Option -F
CONT_LIAB
BOT_CCY_EQ_DEC
R
Debit
Future, Put Option -F
CONT_LIAB_OFF
SOLD_ASSET_DEC
R
Credit
Future, Put Option -F
REVAL_ASSET
NOTIONAL_GAIN
Debit
Call & Put Option - C
UNREAL_INCOME
NOTIONAL_GAIN
Credit
Call & Put Option - C
UNREAL_EXPENS
E
NOTIONAL_LOSS
Debit
Call & Put Option - C
REVAL_LIAB
NOTIONAL_LOSS
Credit
Call & Put Option - C
Applicable
ECLG – Closure of Long Position
Customer Portfolio
Dr/
Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debi
t
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMI
UM
Futures, Call & Put Options –
O,F
Cred
it
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMI
UM
10-6
Debi
t
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
Cred
it
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
Futures, Call & Put Options –
O,F
Own Portfolio
Dr/
Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_INCR
Futures , Call Option - F
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_INCR
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_DECR
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_INCR
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_INCR
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_DECR
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_DECR
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
BOT_CCY_EQ
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET
SOLD_ASSET
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB
BOT_ ASSET
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB_OFF
SOLD_ CCY_EQ
Debi
t
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMI
UM
Cred
it
CONTROL
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMI
UM
Debi
t
CONTROL
BOOK_VALUE
Cred
it
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
10-7
Futures , Call Option – F
Futures , Put Option - F
Futures , Put Option – F
Future, Call Options – F & O
Future, Put Options – F & O
Futures, Call & Put Options –
F, O
Futures, Call & Put Options –
F
Debi
t
CONTROL
AVG_PREMIUM_PAID
Cred
it
PREMIUM_PAID
AVG_PREMIUM_PAID
Debi
t
CONTROL
CLOSURE_GAIN
Cred
it
TRADING_GAIN
CLOSURE_GAIN
Debi
t
TRADING_LOSS
CLOSURE_LOSS
Cred
it
CONTROL
CLOSURE_LOSS
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_INCR
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_INCR
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_DECR
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_INCR
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_INCR
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_DECR
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_DECR
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
BOT_CCY_EQ
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET
SOLD_ASSET
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB
BOT_ ASSET
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB_OFF
SOLD_ CCY_EQ
10-8
Call & Put Options – O
Futures, Call & Put Options –
F, O
Futures, Call & Put Options –
F, O
Futures , Call Option - F
Futures , Call Option – F
Futures , Put Option - F
Futures , Put Option – F
Future, Call Options – F & O
Future, Put Options – F & O
10.5.4
EOSH – Opening of Short Position
Customer Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Call & Put Options – O
Credi
t
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Own Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET
Put Option – O,F
Credi
t
CONT_ASSET_OFF
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Debit
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ
Credi
t
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
10-9
Futures, Call Option – O,F
Call & Put Options - O
10.5.5
10.5.6
ERVS – Revaluation of Short Position
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_GAIN
Debit
Future, Call and Put
Options -F
REALIZED_GAINS
REALIZED_GAIN
Credit
Future, Call and Put
Options -F
REALIZED_LOSS
REALIZED_LOSS
Debit
Future, Call and Put
Options -F
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_LOSS
Credit
Future, Call and Put
Options -F
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_INCR
Debit
Put Option – F
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_INC
R
Credit
Put Option –F
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_DE
CR
Debit
Put Option –F
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Credit
Put Option –F
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_INC
R
Debit
Call Option –F , Futures
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_INCR
Credit
Call Option –F , Futures
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_CCY_EQDECR
Debit
Call Option –F , Futures
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Credit
Call Option –F , Futures
REVAL_ASSET
NOTIONAL_GAIN
Debit
Call & Put Options -O
UNREAL_INCOME
NOTIONAL_GAIN
Credit
Call & Put Options -O
UNREAL_EXPENS
E
NOTIONAL_LOSS
Debit
Call & Put Options -O
REVAL_LIAB
NOTIONAL_LOSS
Credit
Call & Put Options -O
Applicable
ECSH – Closure of Short Positions
Customer Portfolio
Dr/
Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debi
t
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMI
UM
Futures,Call & Put Options –
O,F
Cred
it
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMI
UM
10-10
Debi
t
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
Cred
it
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
Futures,Call & Put Options –
O,F
Own Portfolio
Dr/
Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_INCR
Put Options – O, F
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_INCR
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_DECR
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_INCR
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_INCR
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_DECR
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_DECR
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
BOT_CCY_EQ
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET
SOLD_ASSET
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB
BOT_ASSET
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB_OFF
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Debi
t
CONTROL
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMIU
M
Cred
it
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMIU
M
Debi
t
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
Cred
it
CONTROL
BOOK_VALUE
10-11
Put Options – O, F
Future, Call Option – F
Future, Call Option – F
Put Options – O, F
Futures, Call Options – O, F
Futures, Call & Put
Options – F
Futures, Call & Put
Options – F
10.5.7
Debi
t
PREMIUM_RECV
D
AVG_PREMIUM_RECEIV
ED
Cred
it
CONTROL
AVG_PREMIUM_RECEIV
ED
Debi
t
CONTROL
CLOSURE_GAIN
Cred
it
TRADING_GAIN
CLOSURE_GAIN
Debi
t
TRADING_LOSS
CLOSURE_LOSS
Cred
it
CONTROL
CLOSURE_LOSS
Call & Put Options – O
Call & Put Options – O
Call & Put Options - O
EXPL – Expiry of Long Position
Customer Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Call & Put Options –F
Credi
t
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Own Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
CONT_ASSET_OFF
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Call Options – O, F
Credi
t
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET
Debit
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET
Credi
t
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ
Debit
CONTROL
AVG_PREMIUM_PAID
Credi
t
PREMIUM_PAID
AVG_PREMIUM_PAID
Debit
EXPIRY_LOSS
EXPIRY_LOSS
Credi
t
CONTROL
EXPIRY_LOSS
Debit
CONTROL
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
10-12
Put Options – O & F
Call & Put Options – O
Call & Put Options – O, F
Call & Put Options - F
Credi
t
10.5.8
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
EXPS – Expiry of Short Position
Customer Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Call & Put Options –F
Credi
t
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Own Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
CONT_ASSET_OFF
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Put Options – O, F
Credi
t
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET
Debit
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET
Credi
t
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ
Debit
PREMIUM_RECVD
AVG_PREMIUM_RCEIVE
D
Credi
t
CONTROL
AVG_PREMIUM_RCEIVE
D
Debit
CONTROL
EXPIRY_GAIN
Credi
t
EXPIRY_GAIN
EXPIRY_GAIN
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AMT
Credi
t
CONTROL
DEAL_PREMIUM_AMT
10-13
Call Options – O & F
Call & Put Options – O
Call & Put Options – O, F
Call & Put Options - F
10.5.9
EXRL – Exercise in Long Position
Customer Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
SPOT_STRIKE_DIFF
Call & Put Options –F,O
Credi
t
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
SPOT_STRIKE_DIFF
Debit
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Credi
t
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Call & Put Options –F
Own Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
CONT_ASSET_OFF
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Call Option – O & F
Credi
t
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET
Debit
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET
Credi
t
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ
Debit
CONTROL
AVG_PREMIUM_PAID
Credi
t
PREMIUM_PAID
AVG_PREMIUM_PAID
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
SPOT_STRIKE_DIFF
Credi
t
CONTROL
SPOT_STRIKE_DIFF
Debit
CONTROL
EXERCISE_GAIN
Credi
t
REALIZED_GAIN
EXERCISE_GAIN
Debit
REALIZED_LOSS
EXERCISE_LOSS
Credi
t
CONTROL
EXERCISE_LOSS
Debit
CONTROL
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Credi
t
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
10-14
Put Option – O & F
Call & Put options – O
Call & Put options – O, F
Call & Put options – O, F
Call & Put options – O, F
Call & Put Options - F
10.5.10 EAXS – Assignment in Short Position
Customer Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debit
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
SPOT_STRIKE_DIFF
Call & Put Options –F,O
Credi
t
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
SPOT_STRIKE_DIFF
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Credi
t
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Call & Put Options –F
Own Portfolio
Dr/
Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
Debi
t
CONT_ASSET_OFF
SOLD_CCY_EQ
Put Option – O, F
Cred
it
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET
Debi
t
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET
Cred
it
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ
Debi
t
PREMIUM_RECVD
AVG_PREMIUM_RECEIV
ED
Cred
it
CONTROL
AVG_PREMIUM_RECEIV
ED
Debi
t
CONTROL
SPOT_STRIKE_DIFF
Cred
it
BR_SETLM_BRIDGE
SPOT_STRIKE_DIFF
Debi
t
ASSIGN_LOSS
EXERCISE_ASSIGN_LO
SS
Cred
it
EXERCISE_ASSIGN_LO
SS
CONTROL
Debi
t
EXERCISE_ASSIGN_G
AIN
CONTROL
10-15
Call option – O, F
Call & Put options – O
Call & Put options –
O, F
Call & Put options –
O, F
Call & Put options –
O, F
Cred
it
EXERCISE_ASSIGN_G
AIN
ASSIGN_GAIN
Debi
t
DEAL_PREMIUM_AMT
BR_SETLM_BRIDGE
Cred
it
DEAL_PREMIUM_AMT
CONTROL
Call & Put options –
F
10.5.11 EEPL – Exchange of physicals in Long
Customer Portfolio
Amount
Tag
Applicabl
e
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Futures
Credi
t
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Debit
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Credi
t
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Debit
Futures
Own Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicabl
e
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Futures
Credi
t
REALIZED_GAINS
EFP_GAIN
Debit
EFP_LOSS
EFP_LOSS
Credi
t
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Debit
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_INCR
Credi
t
CONT_ASSET_OFF
SOLD_CCY_EQ_INCR
Debit
CONT_ASSET_OFF
SOLD_CCY_EQ_DEC
R
Credi
t
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Debit
CONT_ASSET_OFF
SOLD_CCY_EQ
10-16
Futures
Futures
Futures
Futures
Credi
t
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET
10.5.12 EEPS – Exchange for physicals in Short
Customer Portfolio
Amount
Tag
Applicabl
e
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Futures
Credi
t
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Debit
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Credi
t
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Debit
Futures
Own Portfolio
Dr/Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicabl
e
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Futures
Credi
t
REALIZED_GAINS
EFP_GAIN
Debit
EFP_LOSS
EFP_LOSS
Credi
t
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Debit
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_INCR
Credi
t
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_INCR
Debit
CONT_LIAB
BOT_CCY_EQ_DEC
R
Credi
t
CONT_LIAB_OFF
SOLD_ASSET_DECR
Debit
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET
Credi
t
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ
Note
While reversing the accounting entries will be reversed.
10-17
Futures
Futures
Futures
Futures
10.5.13 ERVL – Revaluation of Long Position
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_GAIN
Debit
REALIZED_GAINS
REALIZED_GAIN
Credit
REALIZED_LOSS
REALIZED_LOSS
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_LOSS
Credit
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_INCR
Debit
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_INC
R
Credit
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_DE
CR
Debit
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Credit
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_INCR
Debit
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_INCR
Credit
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_DEC
R
Debit
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_DEC
R
Credit
REVAL_ASSET
NOTIONAL_GAIN
Debit
UNREAL_INCOME
NOTIONAL_GAIN
Credit
UNREAL_EXPENS
E
NOTIONAL_LOSS
Debit
REVAL_LIAB
NOTIONAL_LOSS
Credit
Applicable
Futures, Call & Put
Options - F
Futures, Call & Put
Options – F
Futures, Call Options - F
Futures, Call Options –
F
Futures, Put Options - F
Futures, Put Options – F
Call & Put Option – O
Call & Put Option - O
10.5.14 ERVS – Revaluation of Short Position
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_GAIN
Debit
REALIZED_GAINS
REALIZED_GAIN
Credit
REALIZED_LOSS
REALIZED_LOSS
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_LOSS
Credit
10-18
Applicable
Futures, Call & Put
Options - F
Futures, Call & Put
Options – F
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_INCR
Debit
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_INC
R
Credit
CONT_ASSET_OF
F
SOLD_CCY_EQ_DE
CR
Debit
CONT_ASSET
BOT_ASSET_DECR
Credit
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_INC
R
Debit
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_INCR
Credit
CONT_LIAB_OFF
BOT_CCY_EQ_DEC
R
Debit
CONT_LIAB
SOLD_ASSET_DEC
R
Credit
REVAL_ASSET
NOTIONAL_GAIN
Debit
UNREAL_INCOME
NOTIONAL_GAIN
Credit
UNREAL_EXPEN
SE
NOTIONAL_LOSS
Debit
REVAL_LIAB
NOTIONAL_LOSS
Credit
Put Options - F
Put Options – F
Futures, Call Options F
Futures, Call Options –
F
Call & put Options - O
Call & put Options - O
10.6 Event-wise Accounting Entries for your Customer’s
portfolio
In this section we have defined suggested accounting entries for each of the events in the lifecycle of deals involving customer portfolio product.
10-19
10.6.1
10.6.2
10.6.3
10.6.4
EOLG - Opening of Long Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Debit
Call & Put Options O
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Credit
Call & Put Options O
EVRL – Revaluation of Long Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALISED_GAI
N
Debit
Call & Put Options – F,
Futures
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALISED_GAI
N
Credit
Call & Put Options – F,
Futures
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALISED_LO
SS
Debit
Call & Put Options – F,
Futures
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALISED_LO
SS
Credit
Call & Put Options – F,
Futures
ECLG – Closure of Long Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Applicable
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMI
UM
Debit
Call Options – O & F,
Put Options – O & F,
Futures
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMI
UM
Credit
Call Options – O & F,
Put Options – O & F,
Futures
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
Debit
Call Options – O & F,
Put Options – O & F,
Futures
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
Credit
Call Options – O & F,
Put Options – O & F,
Futures
EOSH – Opening of Short Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
DEAL_PREMIUM_A
MT
10-20
Debit
Applicable
Call Option – O, Put
Option -O
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
DEAL_PREMIUM_A
MT
10-21
Credit
Call Option – O, Put
Option -O
10.6.5
10.6.6
10.6.7
10.6.8
ERVS – Revaluation of Short Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALISED_GAI
N
Debit
Call & Put Options – F,
Futures
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALISED_GAI
N
Credit
Call & Put Options – F,
Futures
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALISED_LO
SS
Debit
Call & Put Options – F,
Futures
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALISED_LO
SS
Credit
Call & Put Options – F,
Futures
ECSH – Closure of Short Positions
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_
PREMIUM
Debit
Call Options – O & F,
Put Options – O & F,
Futures
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
CLOSE_PRICE_PREMI
UM
Credit
Call Options – O & F,
Put Options – O & F,
Futures
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
Debit
Call Options – O & F,
Put Options – O & F,
Futures
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
BOOK_VALUE
Credit
Call Options – O & F,
Put Options – O & F,
Futures
EXPL – Expiry of Long Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Debit
Call & Put Options F
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
Credit
Call & Put Options F
EXPS – Expiry of Short Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
10-22
Debit
Applicable
Call & Put Options F
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
DEAL_PREMIUM_AM
T
10-23
Credit
Call & Put Options F
10.6.9
EXRL – Exercise in Long Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
SPOT_STRIKE_DIF
F
Debit
Call Option – O & F, Put
option – O & F
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
SPOT_STRIKE_DIF
F
Credit
Call Option – O & F, Put
option – O & F
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
DEAL_PREMIUM_A
MT
Debit
Call & Put option -F
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
DEAL_PREMIUM_A
MT
Credit
Call & Put option -F
10.6.10 EAXS – Assignment in Short Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Applicable
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
SPOT_STRIKE_DIF
F
Debit
Call Option – O & F, Put
option – O & F
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
SPOT_STRIKE_DIF
F
Credit
Call Option – O & F, Put
option – O & F
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
DEAL_PREMIUM_A
MT
Debit
Call & Put option -F
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
DEAL_PREMIUM_A
MT
Credit
Call & Put option -F
10.6.11 EEPL – Exchange of physicals in Long
Amount
Tag
Dr./Cr. Indicator
Applicabl
e
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Debit
Future
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Credit
Future
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Debit
Future
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Credit
Future
Accounting Role
10.6.12 EEPS – Exchange for physicals in Short
Accounting Role
Amount
Tag
Dr./Cr. Indicator
10-24
Applicabl
e
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Debit
Future
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_GAIN
Credit
Future
PF_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Debit
Future
BR_SETLM_BRIDG
E
EFP_LOSS
Credit
Future
10.6.13 ERVL – Revaluation of Long Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_GAI
N
Debit
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_GAI
N
Credit
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_LO
SS
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_LO
SS
Credit
Applicable
Futures,Call & Put Options
–F
Futures,Call & Put Options
–F
10.6.14 ERVS – Revaluation of Short Position
Dr./Cr.
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_GAI
N
Debit
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_GAI
N
Credit
PF_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_LO
SS
Debit
BR_SETLM_BRID
GE
REALIZED_LO
SS
Credit
10-25
Applicable
Futures,Call & Put Options
–F
Futures,Call & Put Options
–F
11. Annexure B - Advice tags and their descriptions
11.1 Introduction
All the Advice Tags available in the ETD module have been classified under relevant subheads and listed along with their descriptions.
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11.2 Branch Details
Advice tag
Description
_BRNNAM
E_
This is the name of the Branch where the advice was generated.
_BRNADD
1_
This is the address for correspondence of the branch, which sent the
advice. Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_BRNADD
2_
_BRNADD
3_
11.2.1
There are three lines in which the branch address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
Customer Details
Advice
tag
Description
_CSNAM
E_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
_ADRS1
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
11.2.2
11.2.3
Underlying Asset Details
Advice tag
Description
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the asset.
_COMPRS
Z_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying asset has been prized
in the market.
_COMPRU
T_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying asset has been prized.
Charge DetailsPortfolio Details
Advice tag
Description
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_CHGCOMP
_
This is the Charge component that has been linked to the deal.
_CHGCCY_
This is the currency in which charges have been collected.
_CHGAMT_
This is the charge amount.
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11.2.4
Advice tag
Description
_PFOLIOID_
This is the reference number, which uniquely identifies the Portfolio.
_PFOLDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the portfolio.
_CSNAME_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
_ADRS1
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
11.2.5
11.2.6
Series Details
Advice tag
Description
_SERIES_
This is the Series ID of the instrument series.
_SERDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the series.
_STRPRI_
This is the strike price of the instrument series.
_STARTDT_
This is the start date of the instrument series.
_EXPRDT_
This is the end date of the instrument series.
Instrument Details
Advice tag
Description
_INSTRID_
This is the ID or Reference Number of the instrument.
_INSTRDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the instrument involved in the deal.
_CONTRSTD
_
These are the standard details of the contract.
_CONTRVAL
_
This is the actual value of the contract.
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the asset.
_COMPRSZ_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying asset has been
prized in the market.
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_COMPRUT
_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying asset has been prized.
11-5
11.2.7
Broker Details
Advice tag
Description
_BRKID_
This is the code or ID of the Broker.
_BRKNAM
E_
This is the name of the Broker.
_CSNAME
_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
_ADRS1
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
11.2.8
Long Short deal details
Advice tag
Description
_BRANCH_
This is the branch code of the branch where the deal was initiated.
_BRNNAME
_
This is the name of the Branch where the advice was generated.
_BRNADD1_
This is the address for correspondence of the branch, which sent the
advice. Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_BRNADD2_
_BRNADD3_
There are three lines in which the branch address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_INSTRID_
This is the ID or Reference Number of the instrument.
_INSTRDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the instrument involved in the deal.
_CONTRST
D_
These are the standard details of the contract.
_CONTRVAL
_
This is the actual value of the contract.
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the asset.
_COMPRSZ
_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying asset has been
prized in the market.
_COMPRUT
_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying asset has been prized.
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_SERIES_
This is the Series ID of the instrument series.
_SERDESC_
This is the description assigned to the series.
_STRPRI_
This is the strike price of the instrument series.
_STARTDT_
This is the start date of the instrument series.
_EXPRDT_
This is the end date of the instrument series.
_BRKID_
This is the code or ID of the Broker.
_BRKNAME
_
This is the name of the Broker.
_PFOLIOID_
This is the reference number, which uniquely identifies the Portfolio.
_PFOLDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the portfolio.
_CSNAME_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
_ADRS1
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
_CHGCOMP
_
This is the Charge component that has been linked to the deal.
_CHGCCY_
This is the currency in which charges have been collected.
_CHGAMT_
This is the charge amount.
_DLREF_
This is the reference number assigned to the deal.
_DLTYPE_
This indicates the deal Type, whether it is a liquidation deal or a Long/
Short deal.
_NOCTRS_
This indicates the number of contracts within the basket that have to
be liquidated.
_BRKACC_
This is the account number of the broker involved in the deal.
_OPTFUT_
This indicates whether the contract is an Option or a Future.
_TXNDT_
This is the date on which the transaction was entered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
_MVALDT_
This is the day on which the settlement of liquidation gains/losses is to
be done.
_VALDT_
This is the date on which the basket is to be liquidated.
_TIME_
This is the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the
exchange.
_ASSCYY_
This is the Asset Currency.
_PRICCY_
This is the currency in which the instrument is prized.
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_FUTPRI_
This is the future price, which is expressed in terms of the instrument
pricing unit. For index-based futures this price is expressed in terms of
index points per contract.
_OPTPRM_
This is the price at which the option was bought. For index based
options this is the price is specified in index points per contract.
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11.2.9
Liquidation deal details
Advice tag
Description
_BRANCH_
This is the branch code of the branch where the deal was initiated.
_BRNNAME
_
This is the name of the Branch where the advice was generated.
_BRNADD1_
This is the address for correspondence of the branch, which sent the
advice. Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_BRNADD2_
_BRNADD3_
There are three lines in which the branch address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_INSTRID_
This is the ID or Reference Number of the instrument.
_INSTRDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the instrument involved in the deal.
_CONTRST
D_
These are the standard details of the contract.
_CONTRVAL
_
This is the actual value of the contract.
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the asset.
_COMPRSZ
_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying asset has been
prized in the market.
_COMPRUT
_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying asset has been prized.
_SERIES_
This is the Series ID of the instrument series.
_SERDESC_
This is the description assigned to the series.
_STRPRI_
This is the strike price of the instrument series.
_STARTDT_
This is the start date of the instrument series.
_EXPRDT_
This is the end date of the instrument series.
_BRKID_
This is the code or ID of the Broker.
_BRKNAME_
This is the name of the Broker.
_PFOLIOID_
This is the reference number, which uniquely identifies the Portfolio.
_PFOLDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the portfolio.
_CSNAME_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
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_ADRS1
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
_CHGCOMP
_
This is the Charge component that has been linked to the deal.
_CHGCCY_
This is the currency in which charges have been collected.
_CHGAMT_
This is the charge amount.
_DLREF_
This is the reference number assigned to the deal.
_DLTYPE_
This indicates the deal Type, whether it is a liquidation deal or a Long/
Short deal.
_BSKREF_
This is the reference number of the basket to which the deal belongs.
_OPTFUT_
This indicates whether the contract is an Option or a Future.
_COSPTPRI
_
This is the spot price of the underlying asset involved in the instrument.
_SVALDT_
This is the date on which the liquidation gains/losses will be settled.
_MVALDT_
This is the day on which the settlement of liquidation gains/losses is to
be done.
_VALDT_
This is the date on which the basket is to be liquidated.
_TXNDT_
This is the date on which the transaction was entered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
_TIME_
This is the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the
exchange.
_NOCTRS_
This indicates the number of contracts within the basket that have to
be liquidated.
_BRKACC_
This is the broker account involved in the transaction.
_ASSCYY_
This is the Asset Currency.
_PRICCY_
This is the currency in which the instrument is prized.
_ESETAMT_
This is the Underlying asset spot price multiplied by the underlying pricing multiple for the instrument.
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11.3 Message Types
11.3.1
Transactions Holdings Statements for a Portfolio
Advice tag
Description
_FROMDT_
This is the date from which the transaction holdings statement for the
portfolio is being provided.
_TODT_
This is the to date from which the transaction holdings statement for
the portfolio is being provided.
_OPENBAL_
This indicates the opening balance in the portfolio.
_CLOSBAL_
This indicates the closing balance in the portfolio.
_BRANCH_
This is the branch code of the branch where the deal was initiated.
_BRNNAME
_
This is the name of the Branch where the advice was generated.
_BRNADD1_
This is the address for correspondence of the branch, which sent the
advice. Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_BRNADD2_
_BRNADD3_
There are three lines in which the branch address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_INSTRID_
This is the ID or Reference Number of the instrument.
_INSTRDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the instrument involved in the deal.
_CONTRST
D_
These are the standard details of the contract.
_CONTRVAL
_
This is the actual value of the contract.
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the underlying asset..
_COMPRSZ
_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying asset has been
prized in the market.
_COMPRUT
_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying asset has been prized.
_SERIES_
This is the Series ID of the instrument series.
_SERDESC_
This is the description assigned to the series.
_STRPRI_
This is the strike price of the instrument series.
_STARTDT_
This is the start date of the instrument series.
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_EXPRDT_
This is the end date of the instrument series.
_BRKID_
This is the code or ID of the Broker.
_BRKNAME_
This is the name of the Broker.
_PFOLIOID_
This is the reference number, which uniquely identifies the Portfolio.
_PFOLDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the portfolio.
_CSNAME_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
_ADRS1
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
_CHGCOMP
_
This is the Charge component that has been linked to the deal.
_CHGCCY_
This is the currency in which charges have been collected.
_CHGAMT_
This is the charge amount.
_DLREF_
This is the reference number assigned to the deal.
_DLTYPE_
This indicates the deal Type, whether it is a liquidation deal or a Long/
Short deal.
_NOCTRS_
This indicates the number of contracts within the basket that have to be
liquidated.
_BRKACC_
This is the account number of the broker involved in the deal.
_OPTFUT_
This indicates whether the contract is an Option or a Future.
_TXNDT_
This is the date on which the transaction was entered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
_MVALDT_
This is the day on which the settlement of liquidation gains/losses is to
be done.
_VALDT_
This is the date on which the basket is to be liquidated.
_TIME_
This is the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the
exchange.
_ASSCYY_
This is the Asset Currency.
_PRICCY_
This is the currency in which the instrument is prized.
_FUTPRI_
This is the future price, which is expressed in terms of the instrument
pricing unit. For index-based futures this price is expressed in terms of
index points per contract.
_OPTPRM_
This is the price at which the option was bought. For index based
options this is the price is specified in index points per contract.
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_BSKREF_
This is the reference number of the basket to which the deal belongs.
_COSPTPRI
_
This is the spot price of the underlying asset involved in the instrument.
_SVALDT_
This is the date on which the liquidation gains/losses will be settled.
_ESETAMT_
This is the Underlying spot price multiplied by the underlying assetpricing multiple for the instrument.
11-13
11.3.2
Long Short Deal Confirmation advice
Advice tag
Description
_BRANCH_
This is the branch code of the branch where the deal was initiated.
_BRNNAME
_
This is the name of the Branch where the advice was generated.
_BRNADD1_
This is the address for correspondence of the branch, which sent the
advice. Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_BRNADD2_
_BRNADD3_
There are three lines in which the branch address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_INSTRID_
This is the ID or Reference Number of the instrument.
_INSTRDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the instrument involved in the deal.
_CONTRST
D_
These are the standard details of the contract.
_CONTRVAL
_
This is the actual value of the contract.
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the underlying asset.
_COMPRSZ
_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying assethas been
prized in the market.
_COMPRUT
_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying assethas been prized.
_SERIES_
This is the Series ID of the instrument series.
_SERDESC_
This is the description assigned to the series.
_STRPRI_
This is the strike price of the instrument series.
_STARTDT_
This is the start date of the instrument series.
_EXPRDT_
This is the end date of the instrument series.
_BRKID_
This is the code or ID of the Broker.
_BRKNAME
_
This is the name of the Broker.
_PFOLIOID_
This is the reference number, which uniquely identifies the Portfolio.
_PFOLDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the portfolio.
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_CSNAME_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
_ADRS1
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
_CHGCOMP
_
This is the Charge component that has been linked to the deal.
_CHGCCY_
This is the currency in which charges have been collected.
_CHGAMT_
This is the charge amount.
_DLREF_
This is the reference number assigned to the deal.
_DLTYPE_
This indicates the deal Type, whether it is a liquidation deal or a Long/
Short deal.
_NOCTRS_
This indicates the number of contracts within the basket that have to
be liquidated.
_BRKACC_
This is the account number of the broker involved in the deal.
_OPTFUT_
This indicates whether the contract is an Option or a Future.
_TXNDT_
This is the date on which the transaction was entered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
_MVALDT_
This is the day on which the settlement of liquidation gains/losses is to
be done.
_VALDT_
This is the date on which the basket is to be liquidated.
_TIME_
This is the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the
exchange.
_ASSCYY_
This is the Asset Currency.
_PRICCY_
This is the currency in which the instrument is prized.
_FUTPRI_
This is the future price which is expressed in terms of the instrument
pricing unit. For index-based futures this price is expressed in terms of
index points per contract.
_OPTPRM_
This is the price at which the option was bought. For index based
options this is the price is specified in index points per contract.
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11.3.3
Assignment Notice
Advice tag
Description
_BRANCH_
This is the branch code of the branch where the deal was initiated.
_BRNNAME
_
This is the name of the Branch where the advice was generated.
_BRNADD1_
This is the address for correspondence of the branch, which sent the
advice. Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_BRNADD2_
_BRNADD3_
There are three lines in which the branch address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_INSTRID_
This is the ID or Reference Number of the instrument.
_INSTRDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the instrument involved in the deal.
_CONTRST
D_
These are the standard details of the contract.
_CONTRVAL
_
This is the actual value of the contract.
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the underlying asset.
_COMPRSZ
_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying assethas been
prized in the market.
_COMPRUT
_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying assethas been prized.
_SERIES_
This is the Series ID of the instrument series.
_SERDESC_
This is the description assigned to the series.
_STRPRI_
This is the strike price of the instrument series.
_STARTDT_
This is the start date of the instrument series.
_EXPRDT_
This is the end date of the instrument series.
_BRKID_
This is the code or ID of the Broker.
_BRKNAME
_
This is the name of the Broker.
_PFOLIOID_
This is the reference number, which uniquely identifies the Portfolio.
_PFOLDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the portfolio.
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_CSNAME_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
_ADRS1
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
_CHGCOMP
_
This is the Charge component that has been linked to the deal.
_CHGCCY_
This is the currency in which charges have been collected.
_CHGAMT_
This is the charge amount.
_DLREF_
This is the reference number assigned to the deal.
_DLTYPE_
This indicates the deal Type, whether it is a liquidation deal or a Long/
Short deal.
_BSKREF_
This is the reference number of the basket to which the deal belongs.
_OPTFUT_
This indicates whether the contract is an Option or a Future.
_COSPTPRI
_
This is the spot price of the underlying asset involved in the instrument.
_SVALDT_
This is the date on which the liquidation gains/losses will be settled.
_MVALDT_
This is the day on which the settlement of liquidation gains/losses is to
be done.
_VALDT_
This is the date on which the basket is to be liquidated.
_TXNDT_
This is the date on which the transaction was entered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
_TIME_
This is the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the
exchange.
_NOCTRS_
This indicates the number of contracts within the basket that have to
be liquidated.
_BRKACC_
This is the broker account involved in the transaction.
_ASSCYY_
This is the Asset Currency.
_PRICCY_
This is the currency in which the instrument is prized.
_ESETAMT_
This is the Underlying spot price multiplied by the underlying asset
pricing multiple for the instrument.
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11.3.4
Exercise Confirm Notice
Advice tag
Description
_BRANCH_
This is the branch code of the branch where the deal was initiated.
_BRNNAME
_
This is the name of the Branch where the advice was generated.
_BRNADD1_
This is the address for correspondence of the branch, which sent the
advice. Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_BRNADD2_
_BRNADD3_
There are three lines in which the branch address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_INSTRID_
This is the ID or Reference Number of the instrument.
_INSTRDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the instrument involved in the deal.
_CONTRST
D_
These are the standard details of the contract.
_CONTRVAL
_
This is the actual value of the contract.
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the underlying asset.
_COMPRSZ
_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying asset has been
prized in the market.
_COMPRUT
_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying asset has been prized.
_SERIES_
This is the Series ID of the instrument series.
_SERDESC_
This is the description assigned to the series.
_STRPRI_
This is the strike price of the instrument series.
_STARTDT_
This is the start date of the instrument series.
_EXPRDT_
This is the end date of the instrument series.
_BRKID_
This is the code or ID of the Broker.
_BRKNAME
_
This is the name of the Broker.
_PFOLIOID_
This is the reference number which uniquely identifies the Portfolio.
_PFOLDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the portfolio.
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_CSNAME_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
_ADRS1
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
_CHGCOMP
_
This is the Charge component that has been linked to the deal.
_CHGCCY_
This is the currency in which charges have been collected.
_CHGAMT_
This is the charge amount.
_DLREF_
This is the reference number assigned to the deal.
_DLTYPE_
This indicates the deal Type, whether it is a liquidation deal or a Long/
Short deal.
_BSKREF_
This is the reference number of the basket to which the deal belongs.
_OPTFUT_
This indicates whether the contract is an Option or a Future.
_COSPTPRI
_
This is the spot price of the underlying asset involved in the instrument.
_SVALDT_
This is the date on which the liquidation gains/losses will be settled.
_MVALDT_
This is the day on which the settlement of liquidation gains/losses is to
be done.
_VALDT_
This is the date on which the basket is to be liquidated.
_TXNDT_
This is the date on which the transaction was entered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
_TIME_
This is the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the
exchange.
_NOCTRS_
This indicates the number of contracts within the basket that have to
be liquidated.
_BRKACC_
This is the broker account involved in the transaction.
_ASSCYY_
This is the Asset Currency.
_PRICCY_
This is the currency in which the instrument is prized.
_ESETAMT_
This is the Underlying asset spot price multiplied by the underlying
pricing multiple for the instrument.
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11.3.5
EFP Confirm Notice
Advice tag
Description
_BRANCH_
This is the branch code of the branch where the deal was initiated.
_BRNNAME_
This is the name of the Branch where the advice was generated.
_BRNADD1_
This is the address for correspondence of the branch, which sent the
advice. Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_BRNADD2_
_BRNADD3_
There are three lines in which the branch address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_INSTRID_
This is the ID or Reference Number of the instrument.
_INSTRDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the instrument involved in the deal.
_CONTRSTD
_
These are the standard details of the contract.
_CONTRVAL
_
This is the actual value of the contract.
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the underlying asset.
_COMPRSZ_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying asset has been
prized in the market.
_COMPRUT
_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying asset has been prized.
_SERIES_
This is the Series ID of the instrument series.
_SERDESC_
This is the description assigned to the series.
_STRPRI_
This is the strike price of the instrument series.
_STARTDT_
This is the start date of the instrument series.
_EXPRDT_
This is the end date of the instrument series.
_BRKID_
This is the code or ID of the Broker.
_BRKNAME_
This is the name of the Broker.
_PFOLIOID_
This is the reference number, which uniquely identifies the Portfolio.
_PFOLDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the portfolio.
_CSNAME_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
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_ADRS1
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
11.3.6
_CHGCOMP
_
This is the Charge component that has been linked to the deal.
_CHGCCY_
This is the currency in which charges have been collected.
_CHGAMT_
This is the charge amount.
_DLREF_
This is the reference number assigned to the deal.
_DLTYPE_
This indicates the deal Type, whether it is a liquidation deal or a Long/
Short deal.
_BSKREF_
This is the reference number of the basket to which the deal belongs.
_OPTFUT_
This indicates whether the contract is an Option or a Future.
_COSPTPRI
_
This is the spot price of the underlying asset involved in the instrument.
_SVALDT_
This is the date on which the liquidation gains/losses will be settled.
_MVALDT_
This is the day on which the settlement of liquidation gains/losses is to
be done.
_VALDT_
This is the date on which the basket is to be liquidated.
_TXNDT_
This is the date on which the transaction was entered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
_TIME_
This is the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the
exchange.
_NOCTRS_
This indicates the number of contracts within the basket that have to be
liquidated.
_BRKACC_
This is the broker account involved in the transaction.
_ASSCYY_
This is the Asset Currency.
_PRICCY_
This is the currency in which the instrument is prized.
_ESETAMT_
This is the Underlying asset spot price multiplied by the underlying pricing multiple for the instrument.
Expiry Confirm Notice
Advice tag
Description
_BRANCH_
This is the branch code of the branch where the deal was initiated.
_BRNNAME
_
This is the name of the Branch where the advice was generated.
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_BRNADD1_
_BRNADD2_
_BRNADD3_
This is the address for correspondence of the branch, which sent the
advice. Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
There are three lines in which the branch address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_INSTRID_
This is the ID or Reference Number of the instrument.
_INSTRDES
C_
This is the description assigned to the instrument involved in the deal.
_CONTRST
D_
These are the standard details of the contract.
_CONTRVAL
_
This is the actual value of the contract.
_ASSTYP_
This is the Asset Type under which the underlying asset is grouped.
_COMDTY_
This is the name of the underlying asset.
_COMDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the underlying asset.
_ASSNAT_
This indicates the basic nature of the underlying asset.
_COMPRSZ
_
This indicates the manner in which the underlying asset has been
prized in the market.
_COMPRUT
_
This is the Prizing Unit at which the underlying asset has been prized.
_SERIES_
This is the Series ID of the instrument series.
_SERDESC_
This is the description assigned to the series.
_STRPRI_
This is the strike price of the instrument series.
_STARTDT_
This is the start date of the instrument series.
_EXPRDT_
This is the end date of the instrument series.
_BRKID_
This is the code or ID of the Broker.
_BRKNAME_
This is the name of the Broker.
_PFOLIOID_
This is the reference number, which uniquely identifies the Portfolio.
_PFOLDESC
_
This is the description assigned to the portfolio.
_CSNAME_
This is the name of the receiver of the advice.
_ADRS1
This is the address for correspondence of the receiver of the advice.
Each line of the address can contain a maximum of 35 characters.
_ADRS2_
_ADRS3_
There are four lines in which the receivers address for correspondence
can be keyed in.
_ADRS4_
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_CHGCOMP
_
This is the Charge component that has been linked to the deal.
_CHGCCY_
This is the currency in which charges have been collected.
_CHGAMT_
This is the charge amount.
_DLREF_
This is the reference number assigned to the deal.
_DLTYPE_
This indicates the deal Type, whether it is a liquidation deal or a Long/
Short deal.
_BSKREF_
This is the reference number of the basket to which the deal belongs.
_OPTFUT_
This indicates whether the contract is an Option or a Future.
_COSPTPRI
_
This is the spot price of the underlying asset involved in the instrument.
_SVALDT_
This is the date on which the liquidation gains/losses will be settled.
_MVALDT_
This is the day on which the settlement of liquidation gains/losses is to
be done.
_VALDT_
This is the date on which the basket is to be liquidated.
_TXNDT_
This is the date on which the transaction was entered in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
_TIME_
This is the exact time at which the deal transaction took place in the
exchange.
_NOCTRS_
This indicates the number of contracts within the basket that have to be
liquidated.
_BRKACC_
This is the broker account involved in the transaction.
_ASSCYY_
This is the Asset Currency.
_PRICCY_
This is the currency in which the instrument is prized.
_ESETAMT_
This is the Underlying asset spot price multiplied by the underlying pricing multiple for the instrument.
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12. Function ID Glossary
A
AEDSTART .......................... 9-1
B
BADEODFE .......................... 9-7
BRDMAST ............................ 8-4
BRDUATST .......................... 8-6
E
EDDBANK ............................ 8-1
EDDCOMDF ......................... 3-1
EDDCORAT ......................... 8-2
EDDDLPRD .......................... 7-1
EDDINRAT ........................... 8-3
EDDLQONL ........................ 7-16
EDDLSONL .......................... 7-9
EDDMATCH ....................... 7-22
EDDPCMNT ......................... 8-2
EDDPFMNT ....................... 6-17
EDDPFPRD .......................... 6-1
EIDMANPE ........................... 9-8
ENDINMRG ........................ 5-22
ENDINPRO ........................... 4-1
ENDUINST ........................... 5-1
M
MGDCPROD ...................... 6-11
MGDSCHEM ...................... 6-14
MGDSETLM ....................... 6-13
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