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14Q A2: Calculation Of Percent Loss Severity (3 Month) (Doc ID 2605973.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 06, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services - Regulatory Reporting for US Federal Reserve - Lombard Risk Integration Pack - Version 8.0.8 and later
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There are 2 issues here:

Percent Loss Severity (3 month Lagged), PERCENT_LOSS_SEVERITY:

1) Line item is using BP: 'bppls302' which internally uses 'BP: bpfd4572'[ SUM(DEFD4571.MSRECO02 + DEFD4571.MSRECO01 + DEFD4571.MSRECO03))]. These 3 components - N_CHARGE_RECOVERY_AMT, N_INT_RECOVERY_AMT, N_PRIN_RECOVERY_AMT are being sourced from STG_ACCT_RECOVERY_DETAILS table along with N_EOP_CURR_PRIN_BAL from respective PP table (ex:STG_LOAN_CONTRACTS).

Apart from the above, configuration has a nested derived entity (DEFD4570) with the below query to get the min write_off date. however, there is no STG_ACCT_WRITE_OFF_DETAILS.D_WRITE_OFF_DATE in the lineage which is required

  fct_acct_write_off_details.n_acct_skey AS hiqain06,
  fct_acct_write_off_details.n_acct_skey AS pk_hiqain06,
  dim_run.v_run_id AS hiqrtr06,
  dim_run.n_run_skey AS pk_hiqrtr06,
  MIN(dim_dates.d_fiscal_month_end_date) AS bpfd4570
  INNER JOIN dim_dates ON fct_acct_write_off_details.n_write_off_date_skey = dim_dates.n_date_skey
  INNER JOIN dim_run ON dim_run.n_run_skey = fct_acct_write_off_details.n_run_skey

2. Formula used is: CASE WHEN SUM(Outstanding Principal Balance) > 0 THEN (Outstanding Principal Balance - SUM(Interest Recovery Amount + Principal recovery Amount + Charge Recovery Amount)) / Outstanding Principal Balance)) ELSE 0 END
Instruction says "Report the total loss net of all recoveries as a percent of the unpaid principal balance (UPB) for all accounts", Filter to capture Losses alone is not present in the current configuration


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