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ACI 3I0-010 Dumps

ACI Operations Certificate
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Questions & Answers for ACI 3I0-010

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Question #1 - Topic 1

The difference between the bid and the offer rate of a money market quotation is called:

A. the margin

B. the spread

C. the variation

D. the premium

Question #2 - Topic 1

Which of the following are primary markets?

A. auction markets conducted by the U.S. Treasury for U.S. Treasury bills

B. the repo market

C. the foreign exchange market

D. the over-the-counter market for U.S. Government Bonds

Question #3 - Topic 1

You have just opened a position in EUR/USD that you run overnight. What risk is present?

A. settlement, counterparty and equity risk

B. only counterparty risk

C. only currency and interest rate risks

D. settlement, counterparty and market risk

Question #4 - Topic 1

The owner of a convertible bond

A. has the obligation to convert his bond

B. has the right to convert his bond

C. must wait for the decision of the issuer if he wants to convert his bond

D. has the obligation to convert the coupon into a variable or a fixed rate

Question #5 - Topic 1

What is volatility?

A. the difference between the current price of an asset and its previous close

B. a statistical measure of price fluctuations as an annualized percentage

C. the measure of the liquidity of a contract or security

D. the difference between the annual high and low of a security

Question #6 - Topic 1

What risks arise from not receiving the securities purchased or not receiving payment for
securities sold?

A. liquidity, market and counterparty risk

B. only a funding risk

C. only a liquidity and a funding risk

D. settlement, funding and liquidity risk

Question #7 - Topic 1

A corporate client instructs you to make a USD payment to his account in London. What
two message types should you send?

A. MT 202 and MT 103

B. MT 202 and MT 210

C. MT 200 and MT 103

D. MT 103 and MT 210

Question #8 - Topic 1

Which interest convention is used in the bond market for GBP?

A. ACT/360


C. 360/360

D. ACT/365

Question #9 - Topic 1

If the EUR/USD is quoted to you as 1.1050-53, what does this price represent?

A. EUR per USD

B. USD per EUR

C. the interest rate differential between EUR and USD

D. the fact that one USD is worth more than one EUR

Question #10 - Topic 1

If today is Wednesday, what are the value days of a spot next money market deal
assuming there are no intervening bank holidays?

A. Wednesday against Thursday

B. Thursday against Friday

C. Friday against Monday

D. Monday against Tuesday

Question #11 - Topic 1

What guidelines does the Model Code provide concerning the practice of only one party to
a transaction sending a written confirmation?

A. it is only permissible in derivatives markets

B. it is not recommended

C. it is recommended only when dealing interbank

D. it is only permissible when dealing value today

Question #12 - Topic 1

In the Euro deposit markets, what is spot?

A. value one bank business day forward

B. value two bank business days forward

C. value one calendar day forward

D. value two calendar days forward

Question #13 - Topic 1

Which of the following is the main objective of position-keeping?

A. measuring market exposure

B. defining capital adequacy

C. evaluating country risk

D. monitoring counterparty credit risk

Question #14 - Topic 1

What does LIBOR stand for?

A. London Interbank Overseas Rate

B. London Interbank Offered Rate

C. Lending Interbank Offered Rate

D. Leading Interbank Basis Offered Rate

Question #15 - Topic 1

What does "modified following business day convention" mean?

A. a convention whereby a transaction is dated the following business day, unless that day extends into the next month, in which case it is dated the preceding business day

B. a convention whereby a transaction is dated the following business day

C. a convention whereby a transaction is dated the preceding business day

D. a convention whereby a transaction is dated the next business day that corresponds to the same numerical day of the month as the preceding payment