Positions & Transactions Module

Positions & Transactions Module

Positions & Transactions Module

Traders must have a powerful engine to consolidate positions and transactions data in order to provide immediate and accurate access to the financial details needed for decision making, customer service and daily operations.  The GoldenSource Positions & Transactions Module enhances our core EDM solution to expand capabilities.

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A powerful consolidation engine

Positions & Transactions Module Icon Immediate and accurate data

GoldenSource Positions & Transactions module is a powerful positions, balances and transactions consolidation engine. The application provides immediate access to accurate financial totals and details needed for decision making, customer service and daily operations.

The data can be aggregated across a variety of different levels such as by client, by firm or by department, as well as by sub-ledger such as available cash, pending settlements, available collateral, pledged securities, etc and much more.

Translate disparate sets of transaction formats

From multiple feeder systems into one consistent set of transaction formats. This facilitates data sharing and simplifies adding any new applications as required.

Operates in real time and stores history

View data in real time and create a simple data store of transaction and position history. Utilized this module for trade capture and creating a simplified data store when real time position update is not required.

The Positions & Transaction module is integrated into the GoldenSource EDM suite.

This enables transactions from single or multiple source systems to be standardized, validated, enriched, linked and made available to other systems that need it.

This module integrates with these solutions:

  • Investment Company Reporting Modernization
  • EDM

Benefits of the Positions & Transactions Module

  • Standardize Transactions: Transactions sent from trading and settlement systems are standardized into one common format with missing data completed.
  • Based on a general ledger structure, it enables the user to designate the exposures to be tracked (by client, product, etc.). As a result it is possible to include client, counterparty, industry, asset class, issuer, issue, department, custodian, portfolio manager and many more categorizations.
  • A persistent relational database acts as a hub for risk, liquidity, compliance and functional reporting systems. It’s what makes those systems accurate.
  • Eliminate data redundancies of legacy data stored in “data silos”, thus improving operational efficiencies and lowering data management costs.
  • Increase Financial control with consolidated positions and balances across products, geographies, counterparties, combined with drill-down to individual transactions
  • Combine flexible rules, market practices, and enterprise-specific processing to provide downstream systems with timely information
  • Highly flexible to allow users to establish rules and parameters that conform to their internal business practices based on transaction type, issue type, location, and counterparty.