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Loans Formulaes

Hi Experts,

I am new to treasury Implementation, May I know what and all formulas required for loans ?

Please help me


Srinivasarao K

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  • Posted on Jul 01, 2016 at 07:24 PM

    This is much more complicated that seems to be.

    If you don't have any background in finance, I advise you try to start in some financial material independent of SAP. It is usually much easier to understand.

    Talking about SAP

    The calculation is carry-out by Financial Mathematics Area on SAP.

    Which The Interest is calculated for the FIMA functions, talking about the interest we have few variables such methods, amount, days, and base days.

    Furthermore, the SAP uses the same function to calculate cash flows, positions, and present values.

    Some documentation that you start:

    Financial Mathematics (CA-FIM-FMA) - SAP Library

    Interest Calculation Methods - Financial Mathematics (CA-FIM-FMA) - SAP Library

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  • Posted on Jun 29, 2016 at 04:27 PM

    Hi Srinivas,

    I presume we don't have any such formula apart from fixed or variable rate you are borrowing or issuing loan

    Please consider 55A product type and create transactions for loan.

    Say for example, I have borrowed loan @ fixed rate of 12%. Please create loan transaction with 55A.

    Best Regards,


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