Counterparty Position Risk Summary

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The Counterparty Position Risk Summary Matrix provides you with an overview of your risks - outstanding positions and their unrealised P/L from your counterparty, categorised according to your brokers. The matrix displays the composition of trades within a portfolio and their unrealised P/L and total open positions (the constituent assets in the portfolio are selected by the user in the Create Portfolio section) - this model does not include closed positions P/L. 

The rows are the various products in the portfolio organised according to 'Broker', while the columns indicate product information such as unrealised P/L and total open positions. The table acts like a pivot table and can be categorised and organised by groups according to your needs. 

You can click here to learn how to customise the table by arranging and filtering the columns based on your preference, and saving the table layout(s) as a template.

Also see Futures Contracts Codes for more information on exchange and month codes, if required.


To access the quantitative model/report, click on 'Dashboard' from the navigation sidebar on the left. 

Select the model/report from the drop-down list and click 'Create'. Click on the 'Settings' button (gear icon) at the top right corner of the model to set up your model/report.

Sharing Model/Report/Dashboard

To share the model with your group members, click on the "Share" button next to the Title of the model followed by the email address of the group members you want to share it with. Once submitted, the model will appear in the Dashboard>Group Dashboard of the selected group members.

This is different from sharing individual or entire Dashboard models/reports, which allows any user who may or may not be users of MAF Cloud to access the individual model/entire dashboard via the shared web link (link will expire in 8 hours). In Group Dashboard, only group members can access the shared models/reports.

Group Rows

You may also group the rows (liken to the pivot table function in Microsoft Excel) to view the grouped data by dragging any column headers into the “row groups” section as highlighted:

The data in the table will be grouped according to your setting and you may drag multiple column headers into the “row groups” section to group them as necessary.





Select a portfolio of interest.

Select public market data or proprietary market data to determine the market data prices used to calculate the P/L or positions accordingly.

Please note that if the proprietary (private) market data for certain dates are not input here eg 1 May to 10 May price is input but not 9 May, when you select private data when viewing the portfolio and using the models in Dashboard (eg for trades with trade date on 9 May but private data is not available), the system will use the latest date's settlement price (10 May) to perform the calculations.


Select the start and end date to determine the range of period and cut-off date for the calculations of P/L.

Start Date will be the start of the year (eg 1 Jan 2020) by default.

End Date will be today's date by default.

You are free to edit the dates as necessary.


The inserted comments will be displayed at the bottom of the application. This can be useful for documentation purposes or for settings description.


PortfolioPortfolio selected.Portfolio (Selection)ABC
Start DateStart of product time-series.Date (YYYY-MM-DD)2015-06-01
End DateEnd of product time-series.Date (YYYY-MM-DD)2019-06-14
Auto Update (question)

Tick: Resets the dates to default once you leave the ‘Dashboard’ page.

Untick: Dates according to your settings remain unchanged once you leave the ‘Dashboard’ page.

CommentsUseful for documentation purposes or for settings description.Text




Product/Strategy Information

The details of product(s) are indicated in the first 4 columns: group by broker, product name, total unrealised P/L and total open positions.

You can reorganise your data by dragging-and-dropping the columns at the top of the table to 'set row groups'.



Select from the 'Unit' drop-down list:

DEFAULT (LOTS): Unit of measurement will be automatically converted from the original unit of number of Lots into Metric Ton.

METRIC TON: Quantity will be converted from any other types of measurement and displayed in Metric Ton.



  • Unit Selection: Users may choose the units (default, lots, barrels etc.) in which the position sizes are to be displayed.

  • Please refer to Table Settings for table functionalities.

Definition of Terms

Please refer to List of Definitions: Trades.

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