Account Rule Types exists in order for us to enable certain actions for various types of accounts.
For example, an account of the type Mirror Account only shows transactions that has been conducted in an external system, this mean that it should not be possible to create a manual transaction for the account from within the graphical user interface in BFS. In order to limit this we only have to make sure that the action CreateTransaction is not enabled for the account rule.
In order to create, edit or view account rules we navigate to Account Rule Types in the System Data menu.
To edit current rules simply click on edit in the action menu.
This will open a window showing the selected actions and we can navigate to the bottom of the window in order to add more actions.
A description of actions are shown below.
With this action enabled the user has the option to generate a simple account statement for their accounts.
This enables the import of Swedish AutoGiro files from a selected account, this should only be enabled for custody accounts that are owned by the house.
This gives the user the possibility to start a recurring payment using Swedish AutoGiro.
Connect Allocation Profile
Enables the user to connect the account to an allocation profile.
Enables the user to create a power of attorney for the account.
This action will enable the user to create manual transactions for the account.
Enables the user to open a dialogue to conduct currency exchange for the account.
Enables the user to edit account properties
Enables the user to be able to enter orders for instruments that are traded through the MFEX ExecutionInterface. This will shortly become obsolete and only the TradeOrder action will be used. The MFEX add-on has to be enabled for the BFS instance in order for this to work.
Enables the user to remove an account, the account will not be deleted from the system but set to inactive and placed in the account archive.
Enables the user to subscribe to new share issues from the selected account.
Enables the user to enter orders for instruments.
Enables the user to withdraw and deposit money to the selected account.
Enables the user to transfer instruments to and from the selected account.