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Many funds in an Interest Rate Instrument

Hello,


I activated the business function FIN_TRM_PSM_INTEGRATION


Then I created an operation Interest Rate Instrument I assigned a Fund.



In the first due date the fund changed from 55828SA143 to 5828SA143

I used the transaction TPM80 and I changed the fund successfully.


Then in the second due date the fund in now 5828SA143 but they need to assign 50% to the fund 5828SA143 and the other 50% to the fund 5828SA141. This operation is exclusive for this due date, because,


In the third due date we need to pay 100% in the fund 5828SA143 (as same as the first due date)


Someone know how to change the fund for each due date?


Best regards


Adriana Rivera

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2015 at 07:07 PM

    HI Adriana,

    You cannot enter the account assignments in cashflow again once the flows are posted. However in TPM80 you can manually assign the Funds in field New Fund.

    Once you execute TPM80 on second Due date, you will see one line item with your position in fund 5828SA143, here you can assign the fund 5828SA141 in New Fund Field and manually change the nominal amount to 50% of the position. Now if you check TPM13 or run TPM80 in test mode you will see 2 positions, one in fund 5828SA141 and other in 5828SA143.

    On the Third Due date when you execute TPM80 you will see 2 line items with funds 5828SA141 and 5828SA143. So in the input screen, enter 5828SA141 and execute and assign the fund 5828SA143 in New fund and complete the transfer. Now if you see TPM13 or run TPM80 in test mode again you will see the whole position in fund 5828SA143.

    Regards,

    Nikhil

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