Beneficiary Account Settlement Leads To Incorrect Accounting
Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Treasury - Version 12.0.0 to 12.1.3 [Release 12 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When a SPOT transaction is settled to a beneficiary bank account the accounting for the "Bank GL" is not generated based on the bank account defined. We settled the SPOT transaction to an account owned by a different Treasury company.
Steps to Reproduce
1. Treasury > Foreign Exchange Transactions > Spot/Forward > Create New SPOT Deal for Treasury Company C-0001> Validate Transaction
2. Settlements > Settlements > Query Deal 13062 > Settle > Select different beneficiary account.
Beneficiary account is an account owned (i.e. same legal entity) as another Treasury company (C-0001)
3. Treasury > Accounting > Daily Journals > Generate Non-Revaluation/Non-Accrual Related Journals >
Bank GL is not generated for the Beneficiary Account even though the Cash Account listed on the
Bank Account is authorized for Treasury company C-0001.
I. BeneficiarySettlement_Accounting.docx - details the exact steps and screenshots of the Deal Entry,
Settlement Process, Treasury System Parameters, Beneficiary Bank Account (as defined in
Oracle Cash Management), and the related accounting.
II. Batch18008_DealNo13062 - shows the journal entries generated for Deal No 13062.
Please notice the Suspense Account that is generated where the Bank GL (1031.00000.113760.000000.0000.00000.000000.00000)
should actually be.
III. Journal Entry Action setup for company C-0001.
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