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Currency change over for Controlling area, PCA and COPA

Hi All

I would be greatful if any one can help me in this

My reqirment is as below

we have in total 35 company codes and one conrtolling area, operating concern and PCA is also active

Business has decided that they want to change currency for 3 company codes from GBP to EUR

Also business wants to change the controlling area currency from GBP to EUR , operating concern currency and PCA currency from GBP to EUR

SAP SLO team will be doing the change and we need to analyze the impact on the currency change over for operating concern, Controlling area and PCA

As the same controoling area is being used by other company codes, i would like to know what are the checks that weneed to taken care off, while auditing the currency change over

From FI end, i have understood that we need to do a audit of pre equalavent EUR and post EUR like GL line items are compared with Gl balances

Customer open items with customer balances , vendor open items with vendor balances , Assets balances for comparision to confirm to SAP that everything is in order

Could you please help me out in understding the impact from the CO side and what should i check

Also , the three company codes are using SPecial purpose ledger could you please let me know what should i check for the SPL

The three company codes are using the alternate currencies , first local currency is GBP, second currency is EUR(Currency type is 50) and third local currency is GBP (Group currency)

Business agreed for the following proposal made by SAP

-> Contrlling area currency conversion from GBP to EUR, including EC PCA and COPA

-> Selective local currency change over for three company codes

->Conversion of thrid local currency for all 35 company codes

->Change of client currency from GBP to EUR

Can you please help me in understanding the impact for the above options

Thanking you in advance

Regards

Prasad

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 03:17 PM

    HI All

    Can any one help me on this

    Thanks in Advance

    Regards

    Prasad

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