The API module provides a list of money accounts from a customer contract. You can receive the last transactions of these money accounts, and identify activities like a credit note that should have arrived.
Avaloq’s Client Management API module lets you create, read and update your tasks in the Avaloq system.
Avaloq’s Accounts Payable API module consists of two main features, Creditor Management and Invoice Management.
The Asset Allocation API module provides third-party systems with a list of strategic and tactical asset allocations used by the bank.
The Investment Performance API module provides third-party systems with investment performance data.
The Portfolio Analysis API module provides third-party systems with data about investment portfolios.
Loans interest pricing
The API module lets you specify a range of loan parameters and retrieve the corresponding total interest rate from Avaloq Core considering both product-based and rule-based interest pricing.
The API module lets you retrieve a range of relevant data from standing Financial Contracts, ongoing Mortgages and financed Realties
Avaloq’s Corporate Actions API module provides ongoing and past information on Corporate Actions and the ability to apply decisions on those Corporate Actions.
Risk limit management
This API module lets you retrieve high-level risk limit information as well as detailed risk exposure and limit usage information.
Supported customer data are delivered in a graph format, and can be processed using any suitable network visualization software.
The Payment Initiation API module includes API endpoints offering connectivity to Avaloq’s modules for third parties, which allows a user to create payments and retrieve payments’ details.
The payment-management namespace contains resource collections for direct debits and standing orders.
Avaloq’s Robo-Advisor API module supports the full range of functionality needed to integrate external Robo-Advisory solutions with Avaloq’s banking modules.
The Trade Capturing API module lets you enter, modify, and cancel various types of trades in the Avaloq system which were already executed on the market with trade details already agreed.