The status determines what user type the instrument should be available to
The status determines what user type the instrument should be visible to
The currency that the instrument is based in
The country where the instrument is based according to tax reasons
The default marketplace where the instrument is traded
The legal entity that has issued the instrument, for example a bank.
If dividends are issued or re-invested in the instrument
The number of decimals to use when showing the price of the instrument
Display Percentage Price
If checked the price will be displayed as a percentage value, in the database the value of 98% will be stored as 0.98 but shown as 98%. Loans are usually quoted as percentage of face value so in this case we will use percentage pricing.
The price of the instrument
The date when the price was set
The value multiplier of the instrument. For a loan we want 1 unit to represent 1 USD of face value so the multiplier should be 1.
This is a legacy property that should be left blank
This is the number of decimals that should be used for the units. The loan is traded in whole units and thus we write 0 for this value.
The first date on which the instrument should be available for trading
The last date on which the instrument should be available for trading