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SOS with OWNERSHIP Manager

Dec 06, 2017 at 06:24 AM

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Hello experts, I don't understand fully how Ownership manager works i need some guideness in how to configure an scenario. For Instance:

A is the Holding, and owns B in 90%, C in 20% (directly) D in 22% directly. B Owns C and D in lets say 70%. Talking about E and F, A owns E in 20 and F in 80% but E also has participation on F wich is 69%.

I wouldn´t care in eliminationg by hierarchy, I would like that A be tha parent of the group and then all the eliminations be reflected ih the entity ECG1 to see all as a big group. Is it possible to set up that big group, set A as holding and the elimination stills respect the INTCO dimension?.

I did a test with A and B, and the issue I have is that the eliminations also are performing for A in I_NONE.

Ples help with comments and guideness.

Best regards.

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Former Member Dec 07, 2017 at 11:21 AM
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Hi Sebastian,

Is it possible to set up that big group, set A as holding and the elimination stills respect the INTCO dimension?

If you only want to see 1 consolidation group, then yes, you can setup 1 group in GROUP type dimension, and setup the ownership % as direct ownership like following:

A - Holding - 100%

B - Full - 90%

C - Full - (70% + 20%) = 90%

D - Full - (70% + 22%) = 92%

E - Equity - 20%

F - Full - 80%

Investment elimination (on holding) - eliminate only the transaction with INTCO = B,C,D,E,F

Capital Stock elimination (on subsidiaries) - eliminate all, put the minority to minority interest account (in BS)

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