How to Handle Forward Starting FX Swaps in ALM
(Doc ID 2191847.1)
Last updated on MARCH 26, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management - Version 8.0.2 and later
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Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
For Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management (ALM) 8.0, how can you model FX Swaps? Can a forward starting scenario for FX Swaps be handled with one single record being passed from the Staging table?
For example, you have the following scenario:
FX Swap has been bought on 01-Jan-2016 (Trade Date = 01-Jan-2016)
Start date for the FX Swap is 01-April-2016 (Origination Date = 01-April-2016)
Maturity date for FX swap is 31-Mar-2017 (Maturity Date = 31-Mar-2017)
Both origination date and maturity date will have two legs each (inflow and outflow).
The amounts exchanged will vary on origination date and maturity date to factor in USD/INR currency exchange rate fluctuation by date.
01-Apr-2015 - pay leg - USD 1000, receive leg - INR 65000 (Exchange Rate - 65 INR/USD)
31-Mar-2016 - pay leg - USD 1000, receive leg - INR 67000 (Exchange Rate - 67 INR/USD)
The above cash flows are for a single forward starting FX Swap.
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