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Questions on ALM New Business Assumption Cash Flow Output Based on Time Bucket Definitions (Doc ID 2180639.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management - Version 6.1 and later
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Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management (ALM)


Can new business assumption with various scenarios be handled by dynamic start dates in ALM processing as per the details below:

Question 1. If the Time Bucket has Dynamic Start dates configured, which time bucket interval will be displayed in the new business assumption configuration - the standard time bucket intervals or dynamic start date time bucket intervals?

Question 2. If standard time bucket is referenced in new business assumption configuration, will the cash output for the dynamic start dates reflect the new business assumption outputs as well and if yes, will these be based on new business assumption rules defined on standard bucket intervals?

Eg – standard bucket configuration is 1D, 2D – 2M, 2M-3M,3M-6M
Dynamic start date configuration 1 – 1D, 2-5D, 6-8D,9D- 1Y
Dynamic start date configuration 2 – 1D-20D, 21D – 5M, 5M- 1Y

Question 3. Which of the bucket intervals will be referenced while defining time intervals in new business assumption? If standard bucket configuration is used, will outputs for Dynamic start dates be based on standard bucket configuration in new business assumption rule?


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