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incomplete mappings for MDRM code M186 (Report-FRY14M, Schedul A1) (Doc ID 2598526.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services - Regulatory Reporting for US Federal Reserve - Lombard Risk Integration Pack - Version 8.0.6 and later
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Symptoms

Repor- FRY14M
Schedule A1
MDRM: M186, the principal and interest (P&I) amount at the origination of the loan


Detailed description-

Principal and Interest (P&I) Amount at Origination (in dollars) – Report the scheduled principal and interest amount at the origination of the loan. This line item may be provided on a best efforts basis for loans serviced for others and loans acquired through mergers and acquisitions.

Measure used for this cell is MRA1061 (FCT_LOAN_ACCOUNT_SUMMARY.N_ORIG_BOOK_BAL_RCY)

Issue 1- It doesn't include 'Loans Serviced' table

Issue 2- The filed FCT_LOAN_ACCOUNT_SUMMARY.N_ORIG_BOOK_BAL_RCY does not seem to match the instruction 'Report the scheduled principal and interest amount at the origination of the loan'

This column (FCT_LOAN_ACCOUNT_SUMMARY.N_ORIG_BOOK_BAL_RCY) description is as follows-This column stores the book balance at the time of origination. Original gross book balance is the sum total of End-of-Period Balance + Deferred Balance (represented as a negative amount to depict the unamortized portion). This is used while calculating amortization. The book balance is the term financial institutions use to describe the amount of money available before any adjustments have been made for deposits in transit, checks that have not yet been cleared, reserve requirements and interest received from "float funds" hence is generally greater than end of period balance, Also called as "gross balance

 

Changes

 This is a product configuration issue

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