EBS Risk Management API provides API access to EBS risk administrators through simple API calls to retrieve lists of entity groups, retrieve and set credit limits and kill or unkill trading.
EBS risk administrators can use the EBS Risk Management API or User Interface (UI) to manage risk. For details about the EBS Risk Management UI, please refer to the User Help System.
EBS Risk Management API Message Specifications
The following end points will enable a risk administration manager to execute the listed functions for EBS Market and EBS Direct trading venues:
|Update Firm Status
Kill or un-kill trading for a Prime Customer, Prime of Prime Broker or Prime of Prime Customer GFIDs that are their direct credit child.
|Get Firm Status
Retrieve tradable status of firm
|List Grantee Groups
Retrieve list of grantee groups requestor has access to
|List Grantor Groups
Retrieve list of grantor groups requestor has access to
|List Grantee Group Limits
Retrieve limits configured for a grantee group
|Update Grantee Group Limits
Set limits for a grantee group
|List Prime Customers
|Retrieve list of prime customers requestor has access to
|Get Health Status
|Request API health status
|Request fails due to request errors or server errors, an error response message is returned in JSON format.
Contact Global Account Managers - Customer Service for onboarding and certification information for EBS Risk Management API.
To access EBS Credit API over the internet, customers must connect to the following URLs:
|EBS Credit over HTTPS
These URLs use certificates signed by an official trusted Certificate Authority (CA). Customers do not need to install additional certificates.
Testing and Certification
Client systems are required to certify in New Release before accessing the EBS Risk Management API in production. Contact Certification Support for Electronic Trading (CSET) for more information on testing and certification.
Customer testing for EBS credit functionality will be supported in the New Release environment through the AutoCert+ tool. For complete details see the EBS AC+ Webhelp.
Disaster Recovery Considerations
During a disaster recovery (DR) event clients will automatically be directed to the DR instance of EBS Risk Management API. Clients do not need to make any connectivity changes.
Hours of Availability
See CME Group Trading Hours.
EBS Risk Management API is available in Production beginning 2 PM Central Time Sunday afternoon through 9 PM Central Time Friday. Internal testing occurs every weekend in the Production Environment; please make sure your API is not connected from Friday night until Sunday morning.
For technical development support, contact Certification Support for Electronic Trading (CSET).
For production requests, please contact the Global Command Center (GCC).
For all other inquiries, please contact Global Account Management (GAM).