Trade Analysis & Reporting

Workflow Template

Trade Analysis & Reporting

Workflow Template

This workflow template illustrates both the daily (T+0, T+1) and monthly reporting related to trading activity for many organizational areas, or functions, including Corporate Treasury, Accounting, Compliance/Risk Management and Trade Operations & Support. Purchase and download this template in PDF, PowerPoint (PPT) and Visio (VSD) formats. You can customize it to fit your own organization, or simply use it to better understand Trade Analysis & Reporting processes.

Related KPIs : Percentage of Inaccurate Equity Trade Records, Trade Break Rate: Equities, Trade Processing Error Rate: Equities, Trade Reporting Error Rate, Unit Cost: Trade Processing (Back Office)

What is Trade Analysis & Reporting?

The Trade Analysis & Reporting process involves coordination between many internal departments and senior portfolio managers to gather data, perform analysis and generate reports related to trading positions, liquidity, profit/loss (P&L), risk management and trade errors. At the end of a trading day (T+0), data is pulled from company systems by various parties throughout the organization. During the following business day (T+1), that data is analyzed and used to produce reports that will be distributed to senior leadership and other stakeholders throughout the firm. Similar reports are produced and distributed at the end of each month.

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