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Classification of Shares ( Equity)

Hello Expert,

I have some query related to our treasury module - eqity (product type 1A)

Generally company classifies it shares in two classes.

1. Class A share

2. Class B share. (Differance : one of the shaer is having more voting rights).

Now the problem is how we map this classification of share in SAP ( one solution : I can add these class in General Security Classification in t.code FWZZ). Is there any otherway where we defined these classes ?

Suppose i have maintained class as above ( in FWZZ general classification) and I have created two security ids one for class A and other for Class B. Now the scenario is my class A has 25 share transfered in Class B and i got the 100 class B share with refrence to class A 25 share. Now how system wil take care of this situation. I am not able to figure out.

It should reduce 25 share from security id 1 and add 100 share in security id 2.

Please help or atleast suggest is this possible or not ?

Thanks

Regards

Priya

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2011 at 01:23 PM

    Hi,

    To transfer shares from one class to another, you have to use the corporate actions stock swap. You have to specify the target security ID as class B in your class A and have the stock swap ratio of 1:4. Upon posting of the corporate action the position from class A is moved to class B.

    To know more about stock swap pls read the SAP documentation below:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/44/1e465d4a291c9de10000000a11466f/frameset.htm

    Regards,

    Ravi

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