This is my idea of a generic infrastructure for Realtime Risk (RR).Ideas are not entirely mine and have been gathered through severalassignments I have held in Capital markets.If I had my way with sufficient funding this is how I would implementA financial risk management environment for an enterprise.I have tried to build a case around basic and essential requirementsto achieve seamless integration within the orgamization and with externalparties.customers have a different view of risk. I also believe it ishard to capture what exactly customers mean. Best practice in my opinionis to allow them to interact, discover and set their own risk parameters.Given all the data that is available from Yahoo and other internet outlets andgiven technologies like R and XML, Unix it is possible to engineer an easy toinstall, customize and create value. Free Software (GNU Style).
Key Drivers• Flexible PF Specification• Uniform Standard Instrument Definition• Rapid MDV Integration and Validation• Rapid Model/Analytic Integration• Report Generation• Delivery• Job Schedule and Monitoring• Security and Access Control
Instrument Services• Instrument Management – MultiAsset – Instrument Statistics+ • Standard Deviation, Closing Price – TimeSeries given Customer, DateRange – Daily,Monthly or other custom period • Beta against different benchmarks • Correlation and covariance with other instruments – Customer Independent – Customer Specific Attribution – Market Value and Customer Override – Notification and Access Control
Portfolio Services• MTM given date, Instrument Values• MTM Time Series, Return Time Series• Standard Deviation• Excess Return given Benchmark• Return per unit of Standard Deviation• Other statistics Sharpe,Sortino,Omega etc• MLE, VaR estimates, cVaR or other extensions• Customer Specific Uploads
WAN Generic Architecture MDS RAS RPTS PFS SM RR ESB(XML/XBRL/JSON/FIX) RRR DBMS Customer Analyst SecSvc JMon RAS – Risk Analytic Server SM – Security master PFS – Position/Portfolio Server WAN RPTS – Report Server MDS – Market Data Server
Things To Do• Instrument Specification – Input/output, DBMS• PF Specification I/O, DBMS• Analytics Catalog – Reuse, I/O• Report Specification I/O, DBMS• Job Monitor Requirements• WAN Transport Specification (FTP/SMTP/HTTP)• Customer Specifications
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