Last updated on MARCH 09, 2017
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Deal Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Deal instruments allow users to capture deal characteristics, calculations, and initiate cashflows that trigger payments. Due to the nature of some instruments, specifically brokered CDs deals required cashflows to more than one financial counterparty via pay instructions. However, a deal can only define one pay instruction. Here lies the initial issue. As defined by the brokered CD instrument, Retail receives principle on the initial payment, however it requires interest and maturity to be paid to 2 different financial counterparties (via pay instructions). Instruments also pay maturity and interest in one netted payment on the maturity date, creating another issue. Both these deal specific requirements cannot be met by delivered functionality.
Deal Instruments need the ability to define pay instructions based on outgoing cashflow event activity. This means, interest payments should be assigned a different pay instruction than maturity payments. Instruments should allow definition of when maturity and interest is netted instead of defaulting to one payment when both events fall on the same day. These requirements are common business practice for financial instruments and can apply to many types of debt and investment deals.
• Ability to have maturity principle and interest payments split, creating separate cashflows.
• Ability to define more than one pay instruction by outgoing cashflow event, creating a cashflow for each event.
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