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TRM Module SOD Risks


Hello,

We are currently implementing the TRM (Treasury Management) module in ECC. Is anyone aware of any updates to the standad risks in GRC that contain this module, we would prefer to use the standard risks as starting point rather than define our own from scratch.

Regards

Mark

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  • Posted on May 28, 2015 at 12:44 PM

    Hi Mark,

    As far as I know there are no TRM related risks in standard ruleset. We have configured rules for treasury management module, if any help required can guide you w.r.t TRM rules.

    Cash Management

    Treasury reports and displays

    Create Financial Instruments

    Initiation of Settlement / Exercise / Expiration of Financial Instruments

    Maintain Trader Authorisation & Execution / Counterparty Limits

    Release Trader Execution / Counterparty Limits

    Update Market Data

    Investment & Debt Management

    Upload Market Data

    Maintain Customer Master Data

    Investment & Debt Management

    Maintain Trader Authorisation & Execution/Counterparty Limits - Treasury operation

    Back Office Maintenance of Financial Instruments

    Settlement / Exercise / Expiration of Financial Instruments

    Create Financial Instruments - Loan

    Bank Reconciliation - Posting with Clearing

    Regards,

    Madhu.

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  • Posted on May 28, 2015 at 01:52 PM

    Thanks for this, could you provide a copy of your matrix so we could take a look

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