Securities & Securities Documents
Securities / Products
Securities / Products page (My Account – Company – Securities / Products) reassembles the securities of your InvestGlass portal. There, you can filter securities, modify existing ones, and create new ones.
In order to create new securities:
1) Go to my company - Securities / Products
2) Click on Actions on the right side and select New Security / Product in order to add a single investment product or select bulk import in order to add many products / securities simultaneously.
New security / product
This will open a new page where you are able to create a new security with numerous available fields ranging from name to importing historic prices.
You also have the following options:
Name: The name of the security.
Reference Currency: The currency of the security. You should select from the list of currencies.
Last Price: The last price of the security.
Last Price Datetime: The last date and time of the above last price.
Price at 1st of January (YTD): The price of the security on 01/01.
Asset Class: The asset class of the security. If the security is a stock (equity) or bond or crypto.
Industry: In which sector the security is operating in. For example Microsoft stock is a technology equity stock.
ISIN: An International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) is a 12-digit number that uniquely identifies a specific security.
FIGI: The Financial Instrument Global Identifier is an open standard, unique identifier of financial instruments that can be assigned to instruments including stocks, bonds, options, currencies.
Ticker: A ticker symbol or stock symbol is an abbreviation used to uniquely identify publicly traded shares of a particular stock on a particular stock market. For example, Microsoft ticker is MSFT.
Market place: The stock market the security is being traded. For example, Nasdaq or London Stock Exchange.
Market ISO MIC: The Market Identifier Code (MIC) is a unique identification code used to identify securities trading exchanges, regulated and non-regulated trading markets. The MIC is a four alphanumeric character code, and is defined in ISO 10383.
Country: Which country is the security issued.
In-house identifier: This is the internal code or number for this specific security. Each company has its own security identifier numbers for their securities and investment universe.
Annual Yield: The return measure for the investment / security over a period of one year, expressed usually as a percentage.
Maturity Date: The maturity date is the date on which the principal amount of a note, draft, bond or other debt instrument becomes due. Usually when the principal value is paid back.
Callable Date: A call date refers to the date when a callable bond can be redeemed for a specific call price before its maturity date.
Type: What is the type of security. Usually equity or bond.
Data Source: Here you can include the source of the data you provide. For example, Bloomberg Terminal or Yahoo finance.
Status: What is the status of the security. For example, inactive, active, pre IPO, IPO.
Issuer: What is the issuer of the security. Usually, for bonds, issuers are the government, banks or corporate entities.
Issue date: The issue date of the security.
Issuer Rating: The credit rating and usually is for bonds. For example Standard and Poor (S&P) rating of AA+.
Strike: The strike price, is usually for the derivatives market and is the set price at which a derivative contract can be bought or sold when it is exercised.
Strike Date: The strike date is the date that the derivative contract is being exercised.
Reference: Usually for reference the setpoint, range and error values are being used.
Reference Level: Usually, there are three reference levels. The Setpoint which is a minimum or maximum level for the security. The Range, which is a spread of acceptable values. The Error, which you set point defined as zero, and if it is not accepted then it is an error.
Barrier: A barrier option is a type of derivative where the payoff depends on whether or not the underlying asset has reached or exceeded a predetermined price. Here you can set the barrier level of the security.
Barrier Type: The type of the barrier. For example Knock-In option.
First observation In: Usually used in quantitative finance, the first observation is the first security price in an quantitative observation for a specific time frame.
Observation frequency: The amount of times an event actually occurred. After a probabilty experiment or trial has been repeated a given number of times. Usually a security price in finance.
Redemption Amount: Redemption amount is the price at which the issuing company will repurchase the bond from investors before its maturity date.
Trigger: Trigger price is the price at which your buy or sell order becomes active for execution.
Coupon per Annum: The coupon that is delivered to the investor each year. Usually used for bond investing.
Coupon Type: The type of the coupon. For example, fixed coupon or floating coupon.
Frequency: How often the coupon will be delivered. Annually, semi-annually, quarterly.
Next observation date: The next observation date is when is the next time the next observation (event, security price) will occur.
Minimum Amount: The minimum amount of securities. For example, some bonds might require a minimum amount of 200,000 USD in order to invest.
Incremental Amount: Incremental amount means the difference between the amount of a progressive payoff schedule and its base amount. The marginal change in amount.
Minimum Quantity: The minimum quantity of securities. For example, some equities might require a minimum quantity.
Incremental Quantity: Incremental quantity means the difference between the quantity of a progressive payoff schedule and its base quantity. The marginal change in quantity.
Last key information document: The last document containing the key information concerning the security or investment product.
Last key information date: The date of the last document containing the key information concerning the security or investment product.
Featured (toggle button): You can set the security as featured in order to be able to suggest specific securities to your clients.
Tags: You can add tags in order to be able to filter better your securities. For example you can use tags to be able to find a related security.
Description: The description for the security.
Price history: You can upload the price history of the security. This price history can be used also for the benchmark.
Forecasted value: This is the forecasted value you assume for the security.
Following My Account – Company – Securities Documents, you will find all the documents related to securities or products.
Once again, you are able to filter the list, edit documents, and remove useless ones. You are also able to create new documents by clicking on Actions and selecting New Document, which will enable you to create a document and fill in numerous fields.
Updated on: 11/07/2022