How Are Positive and Negative Financial Element (FE) Runoff Results for ALM Generated? (Doc ID 2150261.1)

Last updated on JULY 11, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management - Version 8.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management (ALM)

Goal

In regards to ALM Runoff Financial Elements (FE), the documentation provides a distinction of negative and positive results.  How are the positive and negative runoff parts determined? Is this determined based on the account type of the product (i.e. if it is assets or liabilities)?

The following is an example list of Negative / Positive Runoff Financial Elements:

197 Maturity Runoff - Negative
195 Maturity Runoff - Positive
192 Payment Runoff - Negative
190 Payment Runoff - Positive
182 Prepay Runoff - Negative
180 Prepay Runoff - Positive
198 Timing of Maturity Runoff - Negative
196 Timing of Maturity Runoff - Positive
193 Timing of Payment Runoff - Negative
191 Timing of Payment Runoff - Positive
183 Timing of Prepay Runoff - Negative
181 Timing of Prepay Runoff - Positive
213 Timing of Total Runoff - Negative
211 Timing of Total Runoff - Positive
189 Timing of Writeoff Negative
187 Timing of Writeoff Positive
212 Total Runoff - Negative
210 Total Runoff - Positive
188 Writeoff Negative
186 Writeoff Positive

Solution

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