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LengthFromToDatatypeFormatDescription and Comments
111ANXRecord ID - "1"
223ANX(2)Exchange Code
649N9(6)Business Date as YYMMDD
21011ANX(2)File Identifier
61217N9(6)File Creation Date as YYMMDD
41821N9(4)File Creation Time as HHMM
12222ANXFile Format - U for Unpacked or P for Packed
12424ANXClearing or Customer Code - A for Clearing, or blank or C for Customer
52630ANX(5)Clearing or Customer Acronym - blank or CUST for Customer, or CLR for Clearing
13232ANXAccount Type Code. For Clearing accounts, blank or N for Normal, or M for Member. For Customer accounts, blank or H for Hedger, M for Member, S for Speculator.
53438ANX(5)Account Type Acronym. For Clearing accounts, blank or NRML for Normal, or MBR for Member. For Customer accounts, blank or HEDGE for Hedger, MBR for Member, SPEC for Speculator.
14040ANXPerformance Bond Class Code - blank or 1 for Core, or 2 for Reserve
54246ANX(5)Performance Bond Class Acronym - blank or CORE for Core, or RESRV for Reserve
14848ANXMaintenance or Initial Code - blank or M for Maintenance, or I for Initial
55054ANX(5)Maintenance or Initial Acronym - blank or MAINT for Maintenance, or INIT for Initial


  1. The File Identifier allows the specification of a code to designate which file of the day this is. Most all exchanges will simply populate this field with FC.

  2. Fields beginning with the clearing or customer code in byte 24 are new, and have been added to allow the specification of a particular performance bond rate ID for which this file pertains. For example, if it is desired to provide separate SPAN risk parameter files for different account types, and/or to provide separate files for initial versus maintenance requirements, these fields allow the designation of the account type and the rate class for which this file pertains. If these fields are blank, null, or not present due to truncation of blanks at the end of the record, they should be defaulted as shown above.