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Difference between FLOW TYPE & CONDITION TYPE

Hi ,

What is the difference between Flow type and Condition type.

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Srikanth

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    Former Member
    Dec 27, 2014 at 01:35 PM

    Hi Srikanth

    Flow types defines types of payment flows such as Principal Increase, Final Repayment, Nominal Interest. Flow types are integrated with FI and Cash Management for Analysis purpose.

    Flow types must be assigned to designated transaction types along with Product type.

    Condition types are kind of action to be performed for the Treasury product type associated with.

    Condition types such as Interest, commision, etc.

    As Flow types are assigned to particular transaction type, Condition types also needed to assign Transaction type to complete the deal.

    Best Regards

    Venkateswara

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  • Dec 29, 2014 at 05:05 PM

    Hi Srikanth,

    Adding to Venkateshwara above,

    Conditions are unique calculation rules for flows, and they are used for flows that occur on a regular basis.

    Flow types refer to transfer of an amount between different accounts on a specific date. The transfer can be external or internal (like accrual). All flows together represent Cash Flow.

    Best,

    Rohit

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    • Former Member

      Here my doubt is why they have  repeated the same conditions under flow types and condition types in Money Market.

      1120- full repayment upon maturity,

      1150- interest capitalization

      1200- nominal interest

      Thanks,

      Srikanth.