ANADEFI Information Exchange Platform

Thanks to ANADEFI Central Exchange Platform, you can define the perimeter of the information platform you want to set up: risks, payments incidents, events. You can also address Basel II and III regulatory requirements and the World Bank recommendations.

 

ANADEFI Information Exchange Platform (AIEP) is modular software. It stores counterparties risks information in a unique repository and measures their impact on credit approvals. The integration of a set of data in the repository guarantees the traceability of all changes, the management of large amounts of customers’ data, and through the financial analysis and rating functionalities of ANADEFI it delivers an exhaustive and clear overview of these data.

 

AIEP is supplied as turnkey software, which can be configured as required; it is scalable and adapts to any project’s size and volume of data. Thanks to its flexibility it can integrate each Central Bank’s specific requirement.

 

The functionalities:

 

 

 

    • Harmonized database
        • Third parties repository : logins, data sheets, schedules, currency units
        • Balance sheets platform: database of companies’ financial information, in one country or a union of countries. Management of accounting or tax data from different backgrounds through the system of multiple entry grids.

 

    • Financial analysis and business diagnostic system
        • Data processing, analysis and harmonization via the multiple entry grids
        • Scoring and rating through the Balance sheets platform and configurable methods
        • Generation of a « Central Bank » score or rate.

 

    • Payment Incidents Platform
        • Storage of all incidents declared by the financial institutions, regarding  companies or individuals
        • Monitoring of the operations through the generation of reports, improvement or degradation summaries of a particular account or group of accounts.

 

    • Events Platform
        • Records and archives of administrative or legal events, internal or external.

 

    • Risks Platform
        • Storage of information on individuals or businesses’ commitments with financial institutions
        • Tool to reduce excess debts, lower default rates.

 

    • Economic observatory
        • Use of data to operate massive data processing: statistics aggregated financial status, standards or specific sectorial aggregates, sector panels, segmentation etc.

 

    • Platform for dissemination and diffusion of information
        • Possibility to classify the access to information:
            • Public  web portal: « free access » information ; examples : documents and administrative forms, economic reports, norms, aggregates, rating system instructions, elementary information of the third party repository
            • Web portal for public collectivities : « restricted access », by subscription
            • Web portal merchant: for public collectivities or the general public.

References :

    • BEAC (Bank of Central African States)

 

    • BCEAO (Central Bank of West African States) via its branch SCIE