The Data inputs page describes how you can use standard message templates in your reconciliation processes, allowing you to reconcile data from these common sources or formats.
This section contains the details of those templates.
Position and Trade Reports
Duco supports position and trade reports from CME, ICE, NYMEX and OCC to be used as data input in a reconciliation process. These reports are originally in FIXML formats, and Duco extracts the data with each file for processing. See here for more details on the extraction logic:
Duco supports the following SWIFT messages as data inputs. Data within each message is extracted and mapped to data input fields. Click on each message type for more details:
Support for multiple MT535 and MT536 messages in the same files. As SWIFT messages are either routed from the SWIFT network or used as a standardised output format from the internal system, they are often grouped by message types and combined into a single file. As well as supporting zipped files of multiple individual messages, we can process single files with either multiple MT535 or MT536 messages separated by either a carriage return or empty line.
Duco can process SWIFT MT files which are submitted directly from SWIFT integration tools using the RJE format. The acknowledgement and non-acknowledgement parts will be ignored, and “$” are accepted as a message separator.
FCA's transaction report data extract
Duco supports the transaction report data extract from FCA (Financial Conduct Authority in the UK) as a data input. The report, which is in XML format, contains data submitted by your firm to the MDP system (Market Data Processor). Duco extracts the data from the XML file for processing, see here for more details: