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RE-FX Leasing IFRS16: informational valuation rule

Good morning experts,

i see in various OSS notes that should exist the possibility to set a Valutation rule as

"informational" (for example 2611027 - RECEEP: Additional checks for informational valuation rule).

Can anyone tell me how can i set a valutation rule in this way and possibly what does it means?

Thanks in advance

Giuseppe Simone

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  • Posted on Nov 07, 2018 at 12:34 PM

    Hi Simone,

    To make valuation rule informational , underlying conditions has to be statistical for a given contract. Which means you will not have impact on financials or it will not create any financial documents for respective contracts/conditions.

    The note specified above or Badi mentioned in the note will provide you the ability to put in additional validations to before posting on the RE side.

    Thanking you

    Vengaiah

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2018 at 10:52 AM

    Vengaiah thank you for your reply.

    But my question was about the field Informational that you find in the set up of the valutation rule.

    It seems to be a new functionality and i would like to know if someonae have already tested how it works.


    Other question for you.

    do you think it would be feasible to set up a contract with only Statistic condition? I probably need to avoid to post by RERAPP.

    Do you see any complications (BP, Registration rules, cash flow or more simply some problem with the clearing of compensation account handle via valutation rule).

    Thank you and best regards.

    Giuseppe

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