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Negative Principal in Fixed Term/Interest rate instrument

Dear all,

We are experiencing a situation where there is this type of investment/loan which could be on Investment (Positive position) or Loan (Negative Position) at any point under one single contract. This typically happens between affiliates/associates.

In order to find a solution,, I have tried to enter an additional structure flow to decrease/increase principal in the Structure tab within FTR_EDIT, however the system trigger T4 175 error message and prevent me from further processing.

Have any of you experienced such a product/business requirement?

Would you please share your expertise as to how TRM could handle such a business requirement?

Thanks in advance

Tarpo

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 01:20 AM

    Hi Tarpo,

    maybe you can try to use note 2198603.

    Regards,

    Biao

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 12:18 PM

    Hi Biao,

    Thanks for responding to me on this.

    I have looked at OSS note: 2198603, however, note is about the final repayment and capital decrease on the last day, so it does not unfortunately look very relevant in my case.

    What I am looking is the product/solution that we could have a Loan/investment on a single deal that could become both signage (negative/positive)

    Thanks a lot and would you have any further way to handle such a case?

    Kind regards

    taro

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    • Former Member

      Hi Taro,

      Sorry ,I am not sure about the requirement.

      Except decrease/increase principal in the Structure tab, we have another product type 54A that you can input the flows manually.

      Regards,

      Biao

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