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Payment Spitting - Loan Contract - CML


I request you to let me know if you have worked with payment splitting functinality (i could see a tab 'payment splitting' in loan contract).

Please help me out how to handle this scenario, client requires the interest amount to be repaid by two different parties, for example 70% by them and 30% by subsidiary companies. Is it possible to handle this scenario in Loans Management.

Thanks in advance for your help

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 09:30 AM

    Hi Mahesh,

    Unfortunately, I have not worked with payment splitting in CML, but you can try:

    1. Add subsidiary busines partner with role TR0202 - Alternative Payer or TR0624 - Subsidizer (w.Cust.Acct) to your loan contract.

    2. Fill necessary information with your new business partner and percentage splitting rate under tab "Payment splitting" at the conditions layer in loan contract

    3. Make sure that condition which you want to split defined with posting control = "automatic posting"

    4. Run Tcode FNM1 - and you will see that system splits your payment with percentage rate which you already have defined in tab "payment splitting", but here system posts this 2 payments on your main customer account and not a subsiday account (in your case 30% will posts at one time customer account).

    Do you use F110 for further payments?

    SAP Help that I have found about this:

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      Hi Mahesh,

      For the disbursements you have to use Drawing function for reaching similar effect. You have maintain BP with role TR0120 Cust. Authorized Drawer in your loan contract.

      Concerning F110 - I don't try to pay splitted items - so you can try and please inform me with your results.

      Concerning syndicated loans - you can try to use separate loan contract for every loan tranche and fill information about the syndication under Syndicate/assignments tab sheet in basic data of loan contract,

      Edited by: Vitaliy Tischenko on Dec 18, 2008 10:05 AM

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