There are different choices to list and filter orders in the menu "Order management" and there are four main categories, Orders, External Orders, Other OrdersandInstructions. Depending of what products your business provides, you will have different choices in the Orders Management menu.
There are several filtering options for All Orders.
Status - filtering on order status provides a list of all the selected orders. Choose the status Sent and all the sent orders are listed. Order Type - what type of order it is, how it can be traded and executed. Type- what type of order it is. Order No - searching for a specific order number. Settlement Date- searching a certain date when the order was settled.
The order list contains information about each order. If the order is part of a grouporder, a clickable Information icon appears next to each order for more information.
The menu alternative Mutual Funds only contains orders for mutual funds. The list with mutual funds contains only the orders and not the fund itself. Two tabs are visible, Orders and Batch Orders. On the Order tab all fund orders are visible.
On the tab Batch Ordersall orders which will be sent to a counterparty are visible. The example below shows how to filter on active buy orders with a certain creation date, in order to aggregate and settle the orders.
Lists all autogiro orders in BFS, both Autogiro Out and Autogiro In. External orders via Autogiro In means that money is inserted into a BFS account via autogiro (direct debit). While external orders via Autogiro Out referrs to that money are drawn via autogiro (direct debit).
In this view, it is possible to filter and search to find all rejected autogiro orders. A code with a message from BGC (Bankgirocentralen) why the autogiro order was rejected is received.
Two buttons are also shown in this view, they are used for import and export autogiro orders. (Read more about it in this article)
External Orders also contains Cash Orders and Currency Exchange Orders with similar list and search options
In this section there are Internal Orders, Manual Orders, Coming orders and Subscription Orders.
Internal orders contain orders that are traded using your own book. Manual orders contain orders that has been created through the manual execution interface. Coming orders are autogiro orders that occurs repeatedly. Subscription Order refers to the purchase of assets.
This section contains list and filter options for Fund Instructions. Read more about Fund Instructions in the article Fund instructions.
Go to the top section and Order Management
Choose Fund Instructions
There are several filtering options for Fund Instructions.
To show more or less filtering options;
Press the button More, to show more filtering options, and to hide options.
Status - status of the instruction, for example Ready, Sent and Confirmed. Order Route - This determines where the instruction should be sent. Type -type of instruction, if it is a buy or sell order Instrument - searching for a specific instrument ISIN - searching for the instrument ISIN number Settlement Currency - searching for instructions in the settlement currency NAV Currency- searching for instructions in the NAV currency Order Reference - searching for the order reference number, can be set by an external third party system to refer to a specifik order in BFS Created Date From - searching a certain date from when the order was settled and the instructions were created Created Date To - searching a certain date when the order was settled and the instructions were created Sent Date From - searching a certain date from when the order was settled and the instructions were sent Sent Date To - searching a certain date when the order was settled and the instructions were sent
Enter the filter option and press the Search button to show the filtered list.