Treasury Mnagement System
Written by Tony Johnson   
Sunday, 01 October 2006

BACmac Company History

  • Established in 1979
  • 1986 First Installation of Treasury Management System (TMS) at AMEX Worldwide
  • 1989 Trader Toolkit First Installed on 80 Workstations at JP Morgan
  • 1995 Wholly-Owned Subsidiary of ABC
  • 1998 Products sold to Actis in London
  • 2000 Products sold to Calleo UK
  • 2003 Name changes to GFI consulting Ltd.
  • 2005 Product sold to GFI Informatics.
  • 2005 Acquired by NextiraOne UK

BACmac Relationships

  • COPS
  • AIS
  • Sema Group
  • Andersen Consulting
  • IBM
  • Technosis
  • Limon
  • Kigec
  • SDS

BACmac Users

  • Bank Gesellschaft Berlin
  • Arab Banking Corporation
  • Mercati Finanziari
  • American Express Bank
  • Mediobanca
  • Hamburg-Mannheimer
  • Metalgesellschaft
  • Banco Espirito Santo
  • Albingia
  • JP Morgan

Your Needs

  • Rapid Deal Capture Using Touch IF
  • Flexible Book and Portfolio Structure
  • User Definable Position Displays
  • Mark to Market Revaluation of Positions
  • Consolidated Portfolio Analysis/Modelling

TMS - Instruments Supported

  • Foreign Exchange
  • Money Market
  • Fixed Income
  • Derivatives

TMS - System Features

  • Direct Deal Entry and Capture
  • Real Time P&L, Positions, Limits, Gapping and Utilisations
  • Integration with Real Time Market Data
  • Integration with Reuters’ Dealing 2000
  • Back Office Integration
  • User Definable Position Displays
  • Flexible Book and Portfolio Structures
  • Real Time Risk Management
  • Modelling and Risk Analysis
  • User Configurable Trader Toolkit
  • Full Audit Trail

TMS - Business Benefits

  • Reduced Risk
  • Real Time Positions & Exposures
  • Real Time Limits and Utilisations
  • Improved Efficiency & Productivity with Reduced Overheads
  • Hedging Mismatched Assets & Liability
  • Better Management of P&L
  • Timely and Accurate Information for Effective Decision Support
  • Reduced Errors with Improved Accuracy
  • Revaluation of Assets & Comparison of Performance with Market

TMS - Reuters’ Dealing 2000

  • Limits Immediately Displayed
  • Positions and Utilisations Updated
  • Single Entry of Deals
  • Ability to Amend Deals
  • Deal History Maintained

TMS - Deal Input Area

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TMS - Real Time Blotters

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TMS - Position Keeping

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TMS - Limit Minding

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TMS - Risk Management

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TMS - Trader Toolkit

  • Dynamic DDE Links To/From Excel
  • Real Time Links to Reuters & Telerate
  • Market Data Contribution
  • User Configurable Composite Pages
  • User Definable Alerts and Limit Setting
  • User Definable Tickers

TMS - Technical Architecture

  • OS/2, NT & UNIX Operating Systems
  • Ethernet and Token Ring
  • System Resilience to Failure
  • All Data Stored in SQL Database
  • Generic Back Office Interface
  • PC Scaleable Architecture

TMS - Technical Architecture

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Last Updated ( Monday, 02 October 2006 )