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Ownership Setup in BPC 10.1

Dear Experts,

I have a consolidation scenario as follows:

A holds 90% in B & 60% in D.

B holds 100% in C, 30% in D and 80% in E.

Following is the hierarchy in Entity

CG A

CU:A

CU:Dummy A

CG B

CU:B

CU:C

CU:D

CU:E

CU:Dummy B

In Ownership Model, am I suppose to enter the ownership in Ownership manager or through an input template. For the following dimension:

Time: 2017.03

Scope: Should Scope be S_None or should be against S_A and S_B respectively

InterCO: Should Interco be INTERCO_NONE or Respective Inter CO Members

Account_Ownership: Method, P_OWN, P_CON & P_CONTROL in which have I to mention the proportion of 80%.

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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2017 at 12:48 PM

    But where is a question? Absolutely unclear!

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2017 at 08:41 AM

    In the Input Template I have maintained the following:

    Time: 2017.03, Category: Actual, InterCO: INTERCO_NONE

    Scope: S_B

    Entity Method SYS Method PCON SYS PCON POWN SYS POWN PCTRL SYS PCTRL B 101 D 20 30 100 E 100 80 100

    Could you tell me if I have maintained O_Account correctly?

    In Ownership Manager, I am running the Calculation. But the system in not calculating for D & E. The Entity D & E becomes Zero.

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2017 at 08:44 AM

    Could you tell me if I have maintained O_Account correctly?

    In Ownership Manager, I am running the Calculation. But the system in not calculating for D & E. The Entity D & E becomes Zero.


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