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Managing Loans received in SAP

Hi Friends,

Our client wants to manage in SAP the long trem loan taken, currently we are using SAP FI/CO modules and within this i cannnot find any such functionality where this can be mapped. I was wondering if this can be done with treasury module.

Could you please advise how to map this in SAP.

Appreciate your inputs.

thanks & regards

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    Jul 11, 2012 at 07:58 PM

    Hi there

    Normally all loans short/medium/long-term can be mapped in Treaury and Risk Management. Standard loans such as fixed or floating term can be mapped in Money Market Instruments in standard product types. If you have bonds issued and only in this case you will have to use the securities module. You can there treat also amortized costs etc.

    The loans module for a corporate customer is not any help. You would only use this in the case of mortgages.

    Regards

    Juerg Heiz

    juerg.heiz@treascon.com

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    Jul 12, 2012 at 04:56 AM

    Hi,

    We are using SAP Loans Management Module -- General Loans to manage the loans given / taken. We are using the following product type :-

    33A General loan given

    33B General loan taken

    In this Loans Management module, we are able to mainatin all the details with respect to start term, end term, repayment details, nominal interest, correspondence details, interest calculation methods, etc..

    Transaction code for creating General Loan -- Contract is FN1V

    Warm regards,

    Akhil Poddar

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    Jul 12, 2012 at 02:12 PM

    Indeed.  We implemented the full cycle of Loans Taken from Creating contract (FN1V) -->Disbursements (FNVD)--> Making postings  (FNM1S) and paying out the customer.(F110 or F111).

    Thanks

    Mahesh

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    Jul 12, 2012 at 05:14 PM

    Hi again

    If you are an industrial corporate you do not need the loans module. All the transactions fit very well in treasury and risk management. Beside this in treasury you also can manage fx, derivatives and securities. In loans management this is not possible.

    Normally loans management is only used by insurances and banks. That is why you find it in the banking environment. Some messages above might be confusing.

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    Juerg Heiz

    juerg.heiz@treascon.com

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    • Hi,

      loans management module is also used by a lot of corporates.

      It depends on what you want to do.

      If you want to do open item management  with FI customers including residual items, IOA calculation etc. it might be a reason to use loans management.

      It surely depends on processes and requirements.

      Kind regards

      Michael

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    Former Member
    Jul 09, 2012 at 01:44 AM

    Hi

    There is a Loans Management module under  IMG under  SAP BANKING menu. You can use product type 031 for loans received.

    Thanks

    Mahesh

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    Jul 09, 2012 at 03:23 AM

    Hi,

    Loans can be managed in SAP under:

    a) FSCM - Treasury & Risk Management - In general we will use product type Interest Rate Instrument OR

    b) as mentioned by Mahesh above under - SAP Banking  - Loans Management

    We would need to activate additional busincess components.  Note this might lead to additional licencing fees as they are treated as separate modules.  In fact we need to do end to end configuration for any of these modules.

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    Jul 11, 2012 at 05:42 PM

    Hi

    Here is the detailed answer. 

    Loans can be managed by using:

    1) Securitieis in Transaction Manager, which is under FSCM--> Teasury and Risk Management. 

    2) Loans Management under SAP BANKING. SAP has standard loan product types configured. You can activate them and assign them to your company codes.

    Let me know if this helps. 

    Thanks

    Mahesh

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    Nov 18, 2015 at 12:54 PM

    Hi there

    You can manage the long term loans in treasury and risk management. You have this in the banking environment and also in the corporate area.

    If you need the module for mortgage loans then you should use CML which is part of the banking solution.

    REgards

    Juerg

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