Jabatix Core Valuation consists of various calculation kernels. Each kernel deals with the calculation of a specific measure/ratio.

On a high-granular level, a distinction can be made between two types of measurements:

**Measure based on cash flows, such as**- FV based on the Discount Cash Flow Method
- FV with constant credit spread based the Discount Cash Flow Method
*Amortised cost, including remaining open amortisation and amortisation portion for a specific period**Effective Interest Rate**Initial Residual Spread (InRS)**Risk Provisions based on Recovery Cash flows*- Recoverable Amount
*Exposure at Default**Unwinding*

*Interest accrual*

- FV based on the Discount Cash Flow Method

**Statistical measures for which statistical methods are used for calculation, for example**- Probability of Default based on historical performance data for customers
- Loss given default based on historical performance data for customers
*Option price models*

*Beside the different types of measurement also different valuation approaches are supported. *

*For each valuation approach finally a specific figure is provided. Hence the software porivdes also detailled figures which are considered during the calculation. Doing so the software follows the philosophy of separation of valuation elements.*

*A list of general valuation elements can be found here.*

*Please note: a general valuation element covers calculations which are valid for various finance and risk requirements. Whenever a spcific finance or risk requirement requires a specific setting for calculating a general valuation element, a separate valuation element is provided. For example the valuation element "Effective Interest Rate (EIR)" contains the mathematical approach and processing to calculate the EIR in a standard way. GAAP specifc settings when to recalculate the EIR for subsequent measurement, a GAAP-specific figure is provided. For IFRS e.g. the figure "Effective Interest Rate (EIR) IFRS" is provided which considers IFRS-specific settings during applying the figure "Effective Interest Rate (EIR)".*