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Learn about the following:

Why capturing trade information on a timely basis is important. How front office errors occur. Their unintended consequences. How errors that lead to trade re-booking can be reduced. The importance of enrichment. Why static data should be clean and verified.

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Course Summary

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  • 30 minutes
  • 6 question multiple choice test
  • Why capturing trade information on a timely basis is important
  • How front office errors occur
  • Their unintended consequences
  • How errors that lead to trade re-booking can be reduced
  • The importance of enrichment
  • Why static data should be clean and verified

Trade capture - the details

1. Trade capture and timing

  • Why timeliness is so important
  • Rule 1: Trades need to be reported without delay
  • How late reporting can affect reporting risk, example
  • Affect on credit and market risk

2. Front office errors

  • Rule 2: Trade details should include relevant data and be accurate
  • Settlement problems caused by inaccurate trade data, example
  • Accounting problems caused by inaccurate trade data, example

3. Rebooking trades

  • Rule 3: Re-booking should be kept to a minimum
  • Rebooking as a source of error
  • Application of key performance indicators

4. Enrichment

  • Rule 4: Static data should be clean and valid
  • What static data is and what it is used for
  • What happens if static data is set up incorrectly
  • Affect on market risk measures, example
  • Affect on customers, example
  • Importance of restricted access to data

5. Summary

6. Test

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