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Increase Share Capital Without Increasing Position Units

Hi Expert,

I have a share need to increase the share capital amount but no change to holding postion units.

I tried to enter a manual coporate action but encounter some error message.

Is corproate action a correct way to handle this ? Or any suggestion to handle this case ?

Thank yo

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 03:50 AM


    Please provide details of the scenario resulting in increase in share capital amount ; since you entered manual, I'm assuming it is not resulting from retained earnings, stock split (because units are same) etc.

    Also, please update the steps taken and the error message you received.


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    • Former Member Oscar Ocell


      In SAP for partly paid stocks, you create a separate product type and have a separate condition type for Supplementary payments which would be similar to your dividends.

      So when there is a capital call, you create a condition in security master with that condition type and post it using debit position either manually or automatically similar to your dividends/bonus. Corresponding update types need to be maintained for the condition type and the update type should increase your position.

      In the condition tab of the security master, check the partly paid check box and maintain the pay in rates and dates there.



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