BSP Not Using Transfer Price Accrual Method to Calculate New Business Interest T-Rate
Last updated on MARCH 28, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Financial Services Balance Sheet Planning - Version 8.0.0 and later
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Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
In Oracle Financial Services Balance Sheet Planning (BSP) 8.0.x, when calculating New Business Interest Cash Flow T-Rate, BSP is using the wrong Accrual Basis. BSP uses the "Interest Accrual Method" instead of the "Transfer Price Accrual Method" when calculating New Business Interest Cash Flow T-Rate. You expect it to use the "Transfer Price Accrual Method".
For example, you have the following in Chart of Account Characteristics for a product:
Interest Accrual Method: Actual/360
Transfer Price Accrual Method: Actual/Actual
After running a Calculate, the value for New Business Interest Cash Flow T-Rate (FE 437) is calculated using Actual/360. You expect the calculation to use Actual/Actual to calculate the Interest Cash Flow T-Rate.
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