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Clarification on Scenario (ML/CU) Routing of Funds Through Multiple Locations wrt TSD and xml. (Doc ID 2996484.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 11, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Behavior Detection Platform - Version 8.1.1 and later
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Goal

Clarification on Scenario (ML/CU) Routing of Funds Through Multiple Locations wrt TSD and xml.
 Bank on 8125 have raised below queries wrt TSD and XML comparison
1) Intermediary code is not there in the XML but the TSD mentions it.

2) Does the aggregation happens at the City, State, Country level or at the individual trxn level ? The TSD says this:
Location is considered to be:
 City - Locations are considered as different if cities across counterparties and/or intermediaries
are different within a transaction or across aggregated transactions.
 State - Locations are considered as different if states across counterparties and/or
intermediaries are different within a transaction or across aggregated transactions.
 Country - Locations are considered as different if countries across the counterparties are
different.

3) Is the aggregation for the Country different from City and State ?
What we understood is the scenario looks for City, State, Country etc at an individual trxn level ONLY.

4) The TSD says it monitors ONLY Wire and MI, but we see code/threshold for Cash in the XML:
The detection process monitors all wire and monetary instrument transactions over the configured
lookback period.

5) IF the bank sets the threshold 'HR Minimum Distinct Branches' to 2. Then Cash or MI trxn will never breach this threshold.
What is the logic behind calculating the branch count and the branch threshold ?

6) It looks like while checking at the branch ID for MI - Debit Trxn - Rem we are NOT looking at the Depositing/Clearing institution Branches. Where as for MI - Credit - BENE we are looking at the issuing institution.

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