VaR-ES Cube

Download sample file: VaR-ES Cube.csv

This is the input file for the VaR-ES Summary Cube

This VaR-ES Cube file type is identified using the pattern: **VaR-ES Cube*.csv (as specified by varImportFilePattern). This file is loaded using the BaseStore topic. See the Topic Aliases table for an understanding of the topic aliases associated with each topic.

For information on the glob patterns used and how to customize them, see note on File name patterns

Field Key Null FieldType Description Example
AsOfDate Y N String with format ‘YYYY-MM-DD’ Indicates value date. 2019-01-01
Calculation Y N String Name of the PnL vector calculation run. There may be several runs per AsOfDate.
RiskClass N N String Risk factor’s asset class: “Interest rate”, “Credit spread”, “Foreign exchange”, “Equity”, “Commodity”, “Hybrid”. Equity
RiskFactor N N String Underlying risk factor (may be more than one) of the risk class.It is expected that the risk factor name encompasses the definition of the risk factor per the FRTB specification (paragraphs 59-66) or remains as close as possible to this regulation. This field is mandatory.
Liquidity Horizon N Y Integer The Liquidity Horizon in days. This field is optional. 10, 20, 40, 60, 120
Scenario Set Y N String Name of the set of scenarios. “Historical”, “Stress”
RiskFactorType N Y String or list of strings Type of underlying risk factor. “implied rate”, “repo margin”, “currency pair”, “skew parameter”, “correlation parameter”, “recovery rate”
RiskFactorCcy N Y String Three-letter ISO currency code that represents the currency of the risk factor EUR
CurveType N Y String Only populated if the risk class is a rates curve, otherwise left blank. Specifies the type of the curve. For example, “Interest rate”, “Tenor basis” or “Inflation” EUR 3 Months
Qualifier N Y String Identifier of a risk factor’s set. Reference instrument identifier, curve identifier, vol surface identifier, etc.
Ccy N N String Currency of the sensi value
Desk N Y String Set to “Y” to identify this node as a desk, otherwise left empty.
Book N Y String Book to map the trade to (must match the node in the Book Hierarchy).
TradeID Y N String If TradeId comes from multiple systems you may need to prepend source system to the ID for uniqueness. Note that in certain cases, the TradeId could be for adjustment purposes. In such cases we might only have one PnL vector per Book or desk. The TradeId should contain this information clearly (ADDON or ADJ). “IR_IRSWAP_LIBOR3M”, “EQ_12345677”, etc.