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Interest rate instrument & Facility link issue

Dear Experts,

I have the below cycle where i create facility for 100,000 EUR , when creating interest rate instrument contract with the below parameters:

- Principal amount: 100,000 EUR

- Interest: 30,000 EUR

- Capitalized interest box is checked.

While linking the Interest rate instrument contract with the Facility, the system informs me that i exceeded the limit, by 30,000 which is the interest amount.

Is there is a way for the facility to not add the capitalized interest to the limit, or work around for not adding this interest to the facility limit?


Ahmed Samir

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2015 at 11:46 PM

    There is no standard way to do what you want to do, Ahmed.

    Solution - enchancement point


    method LIF_FC_CONVERTER~POS_CREATE (starts from 853 line)

    you have to create Enchancement point at the end of method and manipulate internal table PE_TAB_POS.

    here is PE_TAB_POS with interest capitalization - lines 2 - 13.

    We need to make this table look like:


    1.We need to either delete lines 2-13 or make fields CHG_AMOUNT initial for lines 2-13.

    2. We need to make line 14 looks like line 1 but with the opposite side.

    The scenario that i've described is very easy.

    There might be also Annuity flows, etc - and table PE_TAB_POS will look different.

    here you have to delete all positive amouts except the first. The rest will influence facility limits.

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2015 at 01:34 PM

    Hi Ahmed,

    Do you pay interest at the begining of the Interest Rate Instrument ?

    What is the Due Date for the Interest ?.

    Could you post screenshots of the transaction ?

    Kind Regards

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