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Clarification on KYC DI Batch Before OFSAA Go Live (Doc ID 2763563.1)

Last updated on MARCH 30, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Know Your Customer - Version 8.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

As per Oracle recommendation client needs to run KYC Deployment Initiation a few days earlier of OFSAA going live, in order to risk rate existing customers. This arrangement works when your core banking(FCUBS) is already live.

In this  case FCUBS & OFSAA will be going live on same date. So there are 2 options which can be followed to risk rate existing migrated customers:

(1) Bring in Customer related data(Customer, Customer Account, Customer Address, Account) only before FCUBS live cutover and run KYC Deployment Initiation batch via DIH. However, DIH is designed to bring entire data including transactional data into OFSAA and not just specific data. Also, DIH looks for data in AATB tables which get populated on EOD of FCUBS. As FCUBS EOD happens after go live hence option 1 is practically ruled out.

(2) The other option is to do one time KYC DI after FCUBS EOD happens post go-live. But, here chances are there that along with existing migrated customers if any new customer gets onboarded, will also be risk rated alongwith existing customers under DI, thereby creating a difference of count in number of migrated customers and total customers on the given day EOD has happened.

What client intend to know here is will it make any difference from risk standpoint if new customers are also evaluated under DI with existing customers, i.e. is there any implication in running DI batch for new on boarded customers as against running regular processing jobs? Please let us know.


 

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