Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking

Bills and Collections User Guide
Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking
Release 12.1.0.0.0
Part No. E64763-01
September 2015
Bills and Collections User Guide
September 2015
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Contents
1.
Preface ...................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
2.
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-3
Bills and Collections - An Overview ...................................................... 2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
3.
Introduction..............................................................................................................
Audience..................................................................................................................
Documentation Accessibility....................................................................................
Organization ............................................................................................................
Glossary of Icons.....................................................................................................
Related Documents .................................................................................................
Introduction.............................................................................................................. 2-1
Operations on a Bill ................................................................................................. 2-2
Interest and Charge Liquidation .............................................................................. 2-4
Maintenance ............................................................................................. 3-1
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
Bills and Collections Document Code Maintenance................................................ 3-1
3.1.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections Documents Code Clauses ..................... 3-1
3.1.2 Fields Button............................................................................................... 3-4
3.1.3 Operations on the Document Code Maintenance Screen .......................... 3-4
Bills and Collections Commodity Code Maintenance .............................................. 3-5
3.2.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections Commodity Codes ................................. 3-5
3.2.2 Fields Button............................................................................................... 3-7
3.2.3 Operations on the Goods/Commodity Maintenance Record ...................... 3-7
Bills and Collections Instruction Code Maintenance................................................ 3-7
3.3.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections Instruction Codes ................................... 3-8
3.3.2 Fields Button............................................................................................... 3-9
3.3.3 Operations on the Instructions Code Maintenance Records .................... 3-10
Bills and Collections Free Format Code Maintenance .......................................... 3-10
3.4.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections Free Format Texts (FFT) ..................... 3-10
3.4.2 Fields Button............................................................................................. 3-12
3.4.3 Operations on the FFT Maintenance Record ........................................... 3-12
Bills and Collections Discrepancy Code Maintenance .......................................... 3-12
3.5.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections Discrepancy Codes.............................. 3-13
3.5.2 Fields Button............................................................................................. 3-14
3.5.3 Operations on the Discrepancy Code Maintenance Record .................... 3-15
Bills and Collections Insurance Company Maintenance........................................ 3-15
3.6.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections Insurance Company Details ................. 3-15
3.6.2 Fields Button............................................................................................. 3-17
3.6.3 Operations on Insurance Company Record ............................................. 3-17
Bills and Collections Exchange Rate Type Maintenance ...................................... 3-17
3.7.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections Exchange Rate Type ........................... 3-17
3.7.2 Fields Button............................................................................................. 3-19
Bills and Collections INCO Term Document Maintenance .................................... 3-20
3.8.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections INCO Term Document ......................... 3-20
3.8.2 Operations on an INCO Term .............................................. 3-22
Bills and Collections Branch Parameters Maintenance......................................... 3-22
3.9.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections Branch Parameters .............................. 3-22
4.
Defining Attributes of a Bills and Collection Product .......................... 4-1
4.1
5.
Processing Bills ....................................................................................... 5-1
5.1
5.2
5.3
6.
Bills and Collections Product Definition ................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1 Defining Bills and Collection Product Details.............................................. 4-1
4.1.2 Accounting Roles Button ............................................................................ 4-7
4.1.3 Event Button ............................................................................................... 4-8
4.1.4 Branch and Currency Button ...................................................................... 4-8
4.1.5 Customer Button......................................................................................... 4-8
4.1.6 MIS Button.................................................................................................. 4-8
4.1.7 Preferences Button..................................................................................... 4-8
4.1.8 Discount Accrual Button ........................................................................... 4-24
4.1.9 Tracers Button .......................................................................................... 4-24
4.1.10 Free Format Text Button .......................................................................... 4-26
4.1.11 Document Button...................................................................................... 4-28
4.1.12 Interest Button .......................................................................................... 4-29
4.1.13 Charge Button .......................................................................................... 4-30
4.1.14 Tax Button ................................................................................................ 4-30
4.1.15 Status Button ............................................................................................ 4-31
4.1.16 Setting up a Product for Bill Forfeiting ...................................................... 4-36
Introduction.............................................................................................................. 5-1
Bills and Collections Contract Input Details............................................................. 5-2
5.2.1 Creating a Bills Contract............................................................................. 5-2
5.2.2 Main Tab..................................................................................................... 5-6
5.2.3 Details Tab ............................................................................................... 5-14
5.2.4 Additional Tab........................................................................................... 5-19
5.2.5 Parties Tab ............................................................................................... 5-24
5.2.6 Documents Tab ........................................................................................ 5-31
5.2.7 Exception Tab........................................................................................... 5-35
5.2.8 Discrepancies Tab.................................................................................... 5-40
5.2.9 Rollover Tab ............................................................................................. 5-42
5.2.10 Drafts Tab................................................................................................. 5-44
5.2.11 Insurance Tab........................................................................................... 5-45
5.2.12 Invoice Tab ............................................................................................... 5-45
5.2.13 Packing Credit Tab ................................................................................... 5-46
5.2.14 Purchase Details Tab ............................................................................... 5-49
5.2.15 Multi Tenor Tab ........................................................................................ 5-52
5.2.16 Viewing Bills and Collections Contract Input Details ................................ 5-56
Multi Tenor Bills ..................................................................................................... 5-57
5.3.1 Operations on Multi Tenor Bills ................................................................ 5-58
5.3.2 Processing Interest for Multi Tenor Bills ................................................... 5-58
5.3.3 Amending Multi Tenor Bills....................................................................... 5-59
5.3.4 Processing MT Messages for Multi Tenor Contracts................................ 5-60
5.3.5 Liquidating Back Dated Bills ..................................................................... 5-60
Capturing Additional Details .................................................................. 6-1
6.1
Additional Details.....................................................................................................
6.1.1 Maintaining Additional Details ....................................................................
6.1.2 Events Button .............................................................................................
6.1.3 Advices/FFT Button ....................................................................................
6.1.4 Settlement Button .......................................................................................
6-1
6-1
6-3
6-5
6-8
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.
Defining Discount Accrual Fee Classes ................................................ 7-1
7.1
7.2
8.
6.1.5 Split Settlement Button ............................................................................... 6-9
6.1.6 Loan Preference Button............................................................................ 6-11
6.1.7 Effective Interest Rate Button................................................................... 6-15
6.1.8 Interest Dates Button................................................................................ 6-16
6.1.9 Finance/Loan Accounts Button................................................................. 6-17
6.1.10 Brokerage Button...................................................................................... 6-17
6.1.11 Charges Transfer Button .......................................................................... 6-20
6.1.12 Drawer/Drawee IC Button......................................................................... 6-21
6.1.13 Message Preview Button.......................................................................... 6-27
6.1.14 All Messages Button................................................................................. 6-29
6.1.15 Import License Button............................................................................... 6-30
6.1.16 OFAC Check Button ................................................................................. 6-32
6.1.17 Collateral Button ....................................................................................... 6-32
6.1.18 Linkage Details Button.............................................................................. 6-34
6.1.19 FX Linkage Button .................................................................................... 6-35
6.1.20 Change Log Button................................................................................... 6-36
Bill Liquidation ....................................................................................................... 6-37
6.2.1 Liquidating Receivable Components of a Bill ........................................... 6-37
6.2.2 Reversing Liquidation Entries................................................................... 6-38
6.2.3 Partial Payment of Discounted Bills.......................................................... 6-38
BC Authorize Contract Details............................................................................... 6-39
6.3.1 Authorizing BC Contracts ......................................................................... 6-39
6.3.2 Multilevel Authorization of a Contract ....................................................... 6-40
Customer Address Maintenance ........................................................................... 6-40
6.4.1 Viewing the Media Addresses of a Customer........................................... 6-41
BIC Code Details ................................................................................................... 6-41
6.5.1 Capturing the BIC Details of a Customer ................................................. 6-41
Bills and Collections Contract Reassign................................................................ 6-42
6.6.1 Reassigning a Contract to another User .................................................. 6-42
Outstanding Items Report...................................................................................... 6-43
6.7.1 Generating Outstanding Items Report...................................................... 6-43
6.7.2 Selection Options ..................................................................................... 6-44
6.7.3 Contents of the Report ............................................................................. 6-44
Bills and Collections Payment Input Details .......................................................... 6-44
6.8.1 Liquidating Overdue Components ............................................................ 6-45
Bills and Collections Document Arrival Notice Input.............................................. 6-46
6.9.1 Maintaining Document Arrival Details....................................................... 6-46
6.9.2 Document Details Tab .............................................................................. 6-47
6.9.3 Goods Tab................................................................................................ 6-48
Discount Accrual Fees.............................................................................................
7.1.1 Processing Discount Accrual Fees.............................................................
7.1.2 Defining a Discount Accrual Fee Class ......................................................
7.1.3 Associating Discount Accrual Components to Products.............................
Computation of Net Discount Accrual Amount for a Processing Day......................
7.2.1 Computing Net Discount Accrual Amount ..................................................
7.2.2 IRR calculation and IRR Re-calculation .....................................................
7-1
7-1
7-1
7-4
7-8
7-8
7-9
Registration of a Collection Bill ............................................................. 8-1
8.1
Bills and Collections Registration Input ................................................................... 8-1
8.1.1 Maintaining Bills and Collections Registration Details of a Bill ................... 8-1
8.1.2
8.1.3
9.
Main Tab..................................................................................................... 8-2
Parties Tab ................................................................................................. 8-5
Automatic Processes .............................................................................. 9-1
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
Mandatory Batch Program Maintenance ................................................................. 9-1
9.1.1 Maintaining Bills Batch Process ................................................................. 9-2
Bills and Collections Branch Parameter Maintenance............................................. 9-3
9.2.1 Maintaining Branch Parameters ................................................................. 9-3
9.2.2 Specifying the User Defined Fields ............................................................ 9-6
Processes Run during Beginning of Day (BOD)...................................................... 9-7
9.3.1 Automatic Liquidation of Bills...................................................................... 9-7
9.3.2 Tracer Generation ...................................................................................... 9-9
9.3.3 Automatic Accrual of Interest.................................................................... 9-10
9.3.4 Automatic Status Changes ....................................................................... 9-11
9.3.5 Floating Rate Change............................................................................... 9-12
Status Change Batch............................................................................................. 9-12
9.4.1 Processing Status Change Batch (CSDSTBTC) ...................................... 9-13
9.4.2 Changing from Acceptance to Advance Automatically............................. 9-13
9.4.3 Generating Advices Automatically............................................................ 9-14
Straight through Processing of SWIFT Messages................................................. 9-14
9.5.1 STP SWIFT Messages ............................................................................. 9-14
9.5.2 STP of MT202 and MT203 ...................................................................... 9-15
9.5.3 STP of MT754 - Advice of Payment/Acceptance/Negotiation .................. 9-16
9.5.4 STP of MT400 – Advice of Payment ........................................................ 9-18
9.5.5 STP of MT410 (Acknowledgement Received).......................................... 9-20
9.5.6 STP of MT430 – Amendment of Instructions............................................ 9-21
9.5.7 STP of MT742 – Reimbursement Claim ................................................... 9-21
9.5.8 Deriving Maturity Date of Bills .................................................................. 9-23
Receivable Liquidation (LQ) EOD Batch ............................................................... 9-23
9.6.1 Processing LQ EOD Batch ....................................................................... 9-23
10. Annexure A ............................................................................................. 10-1
10.1 Free Format Texts (FFTs) ..................................................................................... 10-1
10.2 BC SDEs ............................................................................................................... 10-4
11. Annexure B - Accounting Entries and Advices ................................. 11-1
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
Accounting Entries and Advices for Bills ............................................................... 11-1
Events.................................................................................................................... 11-1
Amount Tags ......................................................................................................... 11-2
Accounting Roles................................................................................................... 11-3
Event-wise Accounting Entries for Products.......................................................... 11-4
11.5.1 Outgoing Documentary Sight Bills Under LC On Collection ..................... 11-4
11.5.2 Outgoing Documentary Sight Bills Under LC On Negotiation ................ 11-10
11.5.3 Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Under LC On Collection............................... 11-18
11.5.4 Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Under LC On Purchase ............................... 11-23
11.5.5 Outgoing Documentry Usance Bills Under LC On Discount.................. 11-29
11.5.6 Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Under LC On Acceptance .......... 11-36
11.5.7 Outgoing Clean Usance Bills Under LC On Acceptance........................ 11-45
11.5.8 Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Under LC On Collection .............. 11-51
11.5.9 Outgoing Documentary Sight Bills Not Under LC On Collection ............ 11-57
11.5.10 Outgoing documentary Sight Bills Not Under LC On Purchase ........... 11-64
11.5.11 Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Not Under LC On Collection ....................... 11-70
11.5.12
11.5.13
11.5.14
11.5.15
11.5.16
11.5.17
11.5.18
11.5.19
11.5.20
11.5.21
11.5.22
11.5.23
11.5.24
11.5.25
11.5.26
11.5.27
11.5.28
11.5.29
11.5.30
11.5.31
11.5.32
11.5.33
Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Not Under LC On Purchase........................ 11-75
Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Not Under LC On Discount ....... 11-83
Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Not Under LC On Acceptance . 11-90
Outgoing Clean Usance Bills Not Under LC On Acceptance ................ 11-94
Outgoing Clean Usance Bills Not Under LC On Discount .................. 11-100
Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Advance.............................................. 11-103
Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Payment.............................................. 11-109
Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Payment.............................................. 11-115
Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Clean Collection.................................. 11-120
Incoming Sight Bills Not Under LC Collection ..................................... 11-124
Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Acceptance ..................................... 11-130
Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Clean Acceptance........................... 11-134
Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Clean Discount ............................... 11-137
Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Acceptance .............................. 11-141
Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Clean Acceptance .................... 11-145
Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Clean Discount......................... 11-148
Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Acceptance ..................................... 11-153
Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Payment.............................................. 11-156
Incoming Sight Bills Not Under LC Collection ..................................... 11-160
Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Acceptance .............................. 11-165
Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Acceptance ..................................... 11-169
Accounting Entries for Multi Tenor Contracts ...................................... 11-175
12. Annexure C - Error Codes and Messages ........................................... 12-1
12.1 Error Codes and Messages................................................................................... 12-2
13. Annexure D - SWIFT Message Fields ................................................... 13-1
13.1 SWIFT Advices in BC Module ............................................................................... 13-1
13.2 Details of SWIFT Messages for Bills and Collections............................................ 13-5
13.2.1 MT202 (General Financial Institution Transfer) ........................................ 13-5
13.2.2 MT752 (Authorization to Pay/Accept/Negotiate) ...................................... 13-7
13.2.3 MT400 (Advice of Payment) ..................................................................... 13-8
13.2.4 MT410 (Acknowledgement).................................................................... 13-10
13.2.5 MT412 (Advice of Acceptance) .............................................................. 13-11
13.2.6 MT416 (Advice of Non-Payment/Non-Acceptance)................................ 13-12
13.2.7 MT420 ( Acceptance Tracer).................................................................. 13-13
13.2.8 MT420 (Payment Tracer) ....................................................................... 13-14
13.2.9 MT420 (Rel of Res Tracer)..................................................................... 13-16
13.2.10 MT420 (Payment Fate Tracer) .............................................................. 13-16
13.2.11 MT420 (Acceptance Fate Tracer).......................................................... 13-18
13.2.12 MT420 (Discrepancy Approval Tracer).................................................. 13-19
13.2.13 MT422 (Principal Fate - Advice of Fate and Request for Instructions).. 13-20
13.2.14 MT422 (Acceptance Fate) ..................................................................... 13-20
13.2.15 MT430 (Amendment of Instructions) ..................................................... 13-21
13.2.16 MT732 (Reserve Release) .................................................................... 13-22
13.2.17 MT734 (Payment Refusal)..................................................................... 13-23
13.2.18 MT734 (Accept Refusal)........................................................................ 13-25
13.2.19 MT742 ( Reimbursement Claim) ........................................................... 13-26
13.2.20 MT750 (Advice of Discrepancy ) ........................................................... 13-27
13.2.21 MT754 (Advice Payment Accepted) ...................................................... 13-28
13.2.22 MT756 (Reimbursement Payment Advice)............................................ 13-30
14. Reports ................................................................................................... 14-1
14.1 Bills in User Defined Statuses Report ................................................................... 14-1
14.1.1 Generating Bills in User Defined Statuses Report.................................... 14-2
14.1.2 Selection Options ..................................................................................... 14-2
14.1.3 Contents of Report ................................................................................... 14-3
14.2 Bills and Collections Daily Activity Report ............................................................. 14-4
14.2.1 Generating Bills and Collections Daily Activity Report ............................. 14-4
14.2.2 Selection Options ..................................................................................... 14-4
14.2.3 Contents of Report ................................................................................... 14-5
14.3 Overdue Payments Report .................................................................................... 14-6
14.3.1 Generating Overdue Payments Report .................................................... 14-6
14.3.2 Selection Options ..................................................................................... 14-7
14.3.3 Contents of Reports.................................................................................. 14-8
14.4 Overdue Acceptances Report ............................................................................... 14-8
14.4.1 Generating Overdue Acceptances Report................................................ 14-8
14.4.2 Selection Options ..................................................................................... 14-9
14.4.3 Contents of Reports................................................................................ 14-10
14.5 Finalization Overdue Days Report....................................................................... 14-10
14.5.1 Generating Finalization Overdue Days Report....................................... 14-11
14.5.2 Selection Options ................................................................................... 14-11
14.5.3 Contents of Report ................................................................................. 14-12
14.6 BC Automatic Processing Exceptions Report ..................................................... 14-13
14.6.1 Generating BC Automatic Processing Exceptions Report...................... 14-13
14.6.2 Contents of Report ................................................................................. 14-14
14.7 BC Contracts Overrides Report........................................................................... 14-14
14.7.1 Generating BC Contracts Overrides Report ........................................... 14-14
14.7.2 Selection Options ................................................................................... 14-15
14.7.3 Contents of the Report ........................................................................... 14-15
14.8 List of Bills with Pending Documents Report....................................................... 14-16
14.8.1 Generating List of Bills with Pending Documents Report ....................... 14-16
14.8.2 Selection Options ................................................................................... 14-17
14.8.3 Contents of Report ................................................................................. 14-18
14.9 Bills under Protest Report.................................................................................... 14-18
14.9.1 Generating Bills under Protest Report.................................................... 14-18
14.9.2 Selection Options ................................................................................... 14-19
14.9.3 Contents of Report ................................................................................. 14-19
14.10 Bills to be Protested Report................................................................................. 14-20
14.10.1 Generating Bills to be Protested Report ................................................ 14-21
14.10.2 Contents of Report ................................................................................ 14-21
14.11 Bills and Collections Contract Maturing Bills Report ........................................... 14-22
14.11.1 Generating Bills and Collections Contract Maturing Bills Report........... 14-22
14.11.2 Selection Options .................................................................................. 14-23
14.11.3 Contents of the Report .......................................................................... 14-23
14.12 List of Bills Eligible for Rediscounting Report ...................................................... 14-24
14.12.1 Generating List of Bills Eligible for Rediscounting Report ..................... 14-25
14.12.2 Contents of Report ................................................................................ 14-25
14.13 List of Bills Under Reserve Report ...................................................................... 14-26
14.13.1 Generating List of Bills Under Reserve Report...................................... 14-26
14.13.2 Contents of Report ................................................................................ 14-27
14.14 Multi Tenor Bills Report ....................................................................................... 14-28
14.14.1 Generating Multi Tenor Bills Report ......................................................
14.14.2 Contents of the Report ..........................................................................
14.15 Bills Static Maintenance Reports.........................................................................
14.15.1 Generating Bills Static Maintenance Report..........................................
14-28
14-29
14-29
14-30
15. Function ID Glossary ............................................................................. 15-1
1. Preface
1.1
Introduction
This manual is designed to help you to quickly get familiar with the Bills and Collections
module of Oracle FLEXCUBE. It provides an overview to the module and takes you through
the various stages in processing a bill or collection.
You can further obtain information specific to a particular field by placing the cursor on the
relevant field and striking <F1> on the keyboard.
1.2
Audience
This manual is intended for the following User/User Roles:
1.3
Role
Function
Back Office Trade
Finance Department
Clerks
BC Contract Input functions except Authorization
Back Office Trade
Finance Department
Officers
BC Contract Authorization, maintenance of static data specific to the BC module
Front end Trade Finance
Product Managers
BC Product definition functions excluding authorization. BC
Report/Query functions
End of Day Operators
End and beginning of day related processing functions. BC
Report/Query functions
Bank’s Financial Controller/Trade Finance Department Manager
Branch level processing related setup for BC module and
Authorization of the same Authorization of BC product definitions/amendments. BC Report/Query functions
MIS Department Officers
BC Query/Report functions
Documentation Accessibility
For information about Oracle's commitment to accessibility, visit the Oracle Accessibility
Program website at http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=docacc.
1.4
Organization
This manual is organized into the following chapters:
Chapter
Description
Chapter 1
About this Manual gives information on the intended audience. It also
lists the various chapters covered in this User Manual.
Chapter 2
Bills and Collections - An Overview offers a snapshot of the features of
the entire module.
1-1
1.5
Chapter 3
Maintenance details the procedure to set up static information related to
the module. This includes the maintenance of Goods, Documents,
Instructions, Free format text (FFT), Clause codes, and their corresponding description.
Chapter 4
Defining Attributes of a Bills and Collection Product describes the procedure to define attributes specific to Bills and Collection products.
Chapter 5
Processing Bills deals with the sequence of events involved, to process
a bill.
Chapter 6
Capturing Additional Details explains about the various links provided in
the Bills and Collection (BC) Contract screen and the options to provide
additional details pertaining to the processing of a BC Contract.
Chapter 7
Defining Discount Accrual Fee Classes explains discount accrual processing for bills.
Chapter 8
Registration of a Collection Bill details the procedure involved in registering a collection bill.
Chapter 9
Automatic Processes explains the processes that automatically run periodic activities.
Chapter 10
Annexure - A contains details of the FFTs that are shipped along with the
module.
Chapter 11
Annexure - B contains a list of suggested accounting entries and advices
that can be set up for the BC module.
Chapter 12
Annexure C - Error Codes and Messages lists all the error messages
that you can encounter while working with Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Chapter 13
Annexure D- SWIFT Message Fields lists the SWIFT messages supported by BC module and the mapping between the fields in the messages and Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Chapter 14
Reports provides a list of reports that can be generated in this module
and also explains their contents.
Chapter 15
Function ID Glossary has alphabetical listing of Function/Screen ID's
used in the module with page references for quick navigation.
Glossary of Icons
This User Manual may refer to all or some of the following icons.
Icons
Function
Exit
Add row
Delete row
Option List
1-2
1.6
Related Documents

The Procedures User Manual

The Core Services User Manual

The Letters of Credit User Manual

The Central Liability User Manual
1-3
2. Bills and Collections - An Overview
2.1
Introduction
A bill, as an instrument of international trade, is the most commonly used method for a seller
to be paid through banking channels. Besides credit risk considerations, bills are the
customary business practice for trade and a particularly important fee-earning service for any
bank.
The Bills and Collections (BC) module supports the processing of all types of bills, both
domestic and international. It handles the necessary activities during the entire lifecycle of a
bill once it is booked.
In an effort to empower your bank in handling a high volume of credit and to enable you to
provide superior services to the customers of your bank, Oracle FLEXCUBE provides you
with the following features:

The Bills and Collections module supports the processing of all types of international
and domestic bills like:
–
Incoming Bills under LCs
–
Incoming Bills not under LCs
–
Outgoing Bills under LCs
–
Outgoing Bills not under LCs
–
Incoming Collections
–
Outgoing Collections
–
Usance or Sight Bills
–
Documentary or Clean Bills

You can create a new product or copy the details of an existing bill on to a new one and
modify it to suit your requirements. This renders the input of the details of a bill faster
and easier.

You have the flexibility to create and customize a product to suit almost any requirement
under a bill. The bills associated with the product will bear characteristics that you define
for it.

The BC module is designed to handle the interest, charges, or fees related to a bill and
record amendments to the original terms of the bill.

The BC module actively interacts with the LC module of Oracle FLEXCUBE. This
enables easy retrieval of information for bills drawn under an LC that was issued at your
bank. Most of the details maintained for the LC will be defaulted to the bill when you
indicate the reference number of the LC involved in the bill. This eliminates the need to
re-enter the details of the LC all over again.

The Central Liability sub-system automatically controls the booking of a bill against the
credit lines assigned to the customer before the bookings are made. Oracle FLEXCUBE
also supports tracking your bank’s exposure for a bill to several parties.

You have the option to automate periodic processes such as:
–
The application of floating interest rates to the components of a bill as and when
they change
–
The movement of a bill from a given status to another
–
Accrual of interest due to a bill
–
Liquidation of bills on the liquidation date that you indicate
–
Generation of tracers on the due date
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These will be processed as part of the batch processes run at BOD or EOD. The system
automatically calculates the date on which the events should take place, based on the
frequency and the date specified for the bill.

The module also supports automated follow-up and tracer facility for payments and
acceptance. Tracers can be automatically generated at an indicated frequency until a
discrepancy is resolved.

When a repayment against the bill, is not made on the due date, you may want to do an
aging analysis for the bill. You can define the number of days that the bill should remain
in a given status, the sequence in which a bill should move from one status to another
and also indicate the direction of movement (forward or reverse). You can follow-up on
the repayment of a bill by generating reports which detail the status of aging bills.

Depending on the processing requirements of your bank, you can define and store the
standard documents, clauses, and instructions and free format texts. These details can
be incorporated and printed onto the output document of the bill, by entering the relevant
code. This eliminates entering the details of standard components of a bill every time
you need to use them.

Bills can be carried over several stages during the day. After a bill has been entered, it
can be verified and authorized on-line before further processing.

Information services for managerial and statistical reporting such as on-line
transactions, status report and the immediate retrieval of information of the bills
processed at your bank can be generated.

Oracle FLEXCUBE’s Graphic User Interface (GUI) facilitates ease of input. Option lists
are provided wherever possible. This makes the module both efficient and easy to use.

The media supported include Mail, Telex and SWIFT.

The BC module supports and handles the following functions:

–
Open/Amend a bill
–
The authorization of bill contracts
–
The reversal and liquidation of interest and charges
–
Customer inquiries
–
The generation of tracers and advices
–
The generation and printing of reports
On-line help - indicates that you can invoke global help by making use of the Help option
in the Menu bar. You can also invoke on-line context sensitive help, which is made
available to you, if you strike the hot key <F1> while in the application. A window pops
up displaying information associated with the field from which you invoked it.
This chapter contains the following sections:
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
Section 2.1, "Introduction"

Section 2.2, "Operations on a Bill"

Section 2.3, "Interest and Charge Liquidation"
Operations on a Bill
The operations that you can perform on a bill depend on the trade finance product type you
are processing. Further, the messages and advices that are generated for the bill are
determined by the operation you perform on the bill. The interest, charges or fees can be
different for each operation that you perform on the bill.
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, all types of bills are classified in to two categories. They are:

Import Bills
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
Export Bills
All types of incoming bills (international and domestic) financed by your bank are termed
Import bills. Similarly, all outgoing bills (international and domestic) financed by your bank are
termed Export bills.
The operations that you can perform on a bill have been diagrammatically represented below:
The system allows you to effect a change of operation for the following operation types:

Acceptance to Advance (automatic facility provided)

Acceptance to Discount

Collection to Purchase
For instance, while processing an acceptance bill, which needs to be discounted, you need
not enter a new bill to discount the bill. You need to just amend the operation type from
acceptance to discount.
SWIFT Messages for an Import Bill
The messages that are generated for an Import bill depend on the operation you perform on
the bill. The following are the SWIFT messages that are supported for an Import bill.
Description
SWIFT
code
Acknowledgement
MT410
Acceptance Advice
MT412
Payment tracer
MT420
Acceptance tracer
MT420
Advice of Payment for a Collection bill
MT400
Advice of fate (principal and acceptance)
MT422
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Refusal Advice (payment and accept)
MT734
Discharge Advice
MT732
Tracers that are generated
MT420
Authorization to pay, accept or negotiate
MT752
Advice of Payment for import bills under LC
MT756
SWIFT Messages for an Export Bill
The messages that are generated for an Export bill depend on the operation you perform on
the bill. The following are the SWIFT messages that are supported for an Export bill.
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Description
SWIFT
Code
Acknowledgement
MT410
Acceptance Advice
MT412
Payment tracer
MT420
Acceptance tracer
MT420
Refusal Advice (payment and accept)
MT734
Discharge Advice
MT 732
Amendment of instruction
MT 430
Reimbursement claim
MT 742
Discrepancy Requirement
MT 750
Tracers that are generated
MT 420
Interest and Charge Liquidation
The BC module has a flexible mechanism for raising, tracking and controlling the interest that
you collect and the charges that you levy. These may be on a cash or account receivable
basis. They can be collected either in advance or in arrears and can be accrued or nonaccrued.
Interest can be collected either as a rate or as a flat amount. Standard Interest rates can be
defined for each bill type.
Changes that you effect to fields like the base date, exchange rate or account numbers
require reversal entries The system generates reversal entries for the corrected amount,
account, rate etc.
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3. Maintenance
The Bills module requires certain basic information to be set up before becoming fully
operational. You can maintain details for the following:

Document details

Clause details

Commodity

Instruction codes

Free Format Texts

Parameters for your branch

Insurance Company Details

Exchange Rate Type maintenance for different transaction amount slabs

INCO Terms
This chapter contains the following sections:
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
Section 3.1, "Bills and Collections Document Code Maintenance"

Section 3.2, "Bills and Collections Commodity Code Maintenance"

Section 3.3, "Bills and Collections Instruction Code Maintenance"

Section 3.4, "Bills and Collections Free Format Code Maintenance"

Section 3.5, "Bills and Collections Discrepancy Code Maintenance"

Section 3.6, "Bills and Collections Insurance Company Maintenance"

Section 3.7, "Bills and Collections Exchange Rate Type Maintenance"

Section 3.8, "Bills and Collections INCO Term Document Maintenance"

Section 3.9, "Bills and Collections Branch Parameters Maintenance"
Bills and Collections Document Code Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:
3.1.1

Section 3.1.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections Documents Code Clauses"

Section 3.1.2, "Fields Button"

Section 3.1.3, "Operations on the Document Code Maintenance Screen"
Maintaining Bills and Collections Documents Code Clauses
There are certain standard documents that are required under a documentary bill. As these
documents are standard and common to most countries, you need not specify the details of
the document each time you need to use it for a bill. Instead, you can maintain its details in
the ‘Bills and Collections Document Master Maintenance’ screen.
The advantage of maintaining document details is that, at the time of creating a product or at
the time of entering the details of a bill, you need only specify the code assigned to the
document. All the details maintained for the document will be automatically picked up. This
reduces effort taken as there is no need to enter the contents of the document every time you
use it.
You can invoke the ‘Bills & Collections Document Code Maintenance’ screen by typing
‘BCDDOCCD’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the
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adjoining arrow button. If you are maintaining the details of a new document, click the new
button on the Application toolbar. The screen is displayed without any details.
If you are calling a document maintenance record that has already been defined, double click
on a document code from the summary screen.
Document Details
You can maintain the following details related to the documents in the ‘Bills and Collections
Document Code Maintenance’ screen.
Document Code
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, each document that you maintain is identified by a 12-character code
called a document code. One of the characters of the code should be a letter of the English
Alphabet. You can follow your own conventions for devising this code.
The code should be unique as it is used to identify the document. While creating a product or
at the time of entering the details of a bill, where you need to specify the documents that
should accompany a bill, you need to only specify the code assigned to the document. The
document details will be automatically picked up and defaulted.
Language Code
Specify the language code using which all the correspondences with the party should be
carried out. The adjoining option list displays all available language codes. You can choose
the appropriate one.
Document Type
Select the document type from the drop-down list. The available options are Transport,
Insurance, Invoice, and Others.
Validate Shipping Guarantee
To track the documents captured during booking of import bill against shipping guarantee
issued based on the same set of documents select the ‘Validate Shipping Guarantee’ option
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in the screen. The tracking will be based on document reference captured in the documents
screen of LC and BC contract online.
By default, this field will be unchecked and can be changed before you save the record. This
field can be modified at any time using unlock operation.
During Copy operation the value of this field will be copied to the new document code.
Bill of Lading
Check this box to validate the reference number used in the bill against the shipping
guarantee Bill of lading reference number.
Document Short Description
The documents required under a bill are sometimes large and hence difficult to identify.
Therefore you can specify a short description or a title, which will enable quick identification
of the document.
The short description specified is for information purposes only and will not be printed on the
document.
Document Long Description
Specify the complete description of the document. This option allows you to enter a maximum
of 255 characters.
Clause Details
A clause is a statement that can accompany a document sent under a bill. Instead of
specifying the details of a clause each time you need to use it, you can maintain a list of the
standard clauses, which can accompany the documents sent under a bill, in the Bills and
Collections Document Code Maintenance screen.
The advantage of maintaining clause details is that at the time of creating a product or at the
time of entering a bill, you need to only specify the code assigned to the clause. All the details
maintained for the clause will be automatically picked up. This reduces the effort involved in
entering the contents of the clause each time you use it.
You can capture the following details related to the clause:
Clause Code
Each clause maintained is identified by a four-character code called a Clause code. One of
the characters of the clause code should be a letter of the English Alphabet. You can follow
your own convention for devising the code.
This code should be unique as it is used to identify the clause. While creating a product or at
the time of entering the details of a bill, instead of specifying the clauses that should
accompany a document, you need to only specify the code assigned to the clause. The clause
details will be automatically picked up and defaulted.
Description
After specifying a code for the clause, you can proceed to maintain a detailed description of
the clause. The description carries the contents of the clause and they will be printed on the
documents that are required for the bill. The clause description can contain a maximum of two
thousand characters.
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3.1.2
Fields Button
You can specify values for user defined fields in the ‘User Defined Fields’ screen. To invoke
this screen, click ‘Fields’ button.
Note
Value for UDF can be made mandatory or non-mandatory as maintained in the ‘User Defined Fields Maintenance’ screen.
After you have entered the details of the document and clause you should save the record.
Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to exit the screen.
3.1.3
Operations on the Document Code Maintenance Screen
On an existing Document Maintenance record, you can perform any of the following
operations (if any function under the application toolbar is disabled, it means that the function
is not allowed for the record):

Amend the details of a document

Authorize a document

Copy the details of a document on to a new document

Close the document

Reopen the document

Print the details of a document

Delete the details of a document
On an existing Clause Maintenance record, you can perform any of the following operations
(if any function under the Application toolbar is disabled, it means that the function is not
allowed for the record):

Amend the details of the record

Authorize the record

Copy the details of a clause on to a new record

Close the record

Reopen the closed record
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
Print the details of a record

Delete the record
Please refer to the User Manual on Common Procedures for details of these operations.
3.2
Bills and Collections Commodity Code Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:
3.2.1

Section 3.2.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections Commodity Codes"

Section 3.2.2, "Fields Button"

Section 3.2.3, "Operations on the Goods/Commodity Maintenance Record"
Maintaining Bills and Collections Commodity Codes
A bill is an instrument used for trade payments and trade involves merchandise. There are
certain standard goods or commodities that are transacted under bills. Instead of specifying
details of the merchandise each time they are traded, you can maintain the details of the
standard goods in the ‘Bills & Collections Commodity Code Maintenance’ screen.
The advantage of maintaining goods details is that at the time of entering the details of a bill,
you need to only specify the code assigned to the goods. All the details maintained for the
goods code will be automatically picked up. This reduces your effort, as you do not need to
enter the description of the goods each time you need to use it.
The details of the standard goods transacted under a bill can be maintained using the ‘Bills &
Collections Commodity Code Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing
‘BCDCOMCD’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button.
If you are maintaining details of a commodity for the first time, click new icon. The ‘Bills &
Collections Commodity Code Maintenance’ screen is displayed without any details.
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If you are calling a goods maintenance record that has already been defined, double click on
a commodity code from the summary screen.
Goods Details
You can capture the following details related to the standard goods:
Goods Code
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, goods are identified by a 12 character code called a ‘Goods Code’.
One of the characters of the goods code should be an alphabet. You can follow your own
conventions for devising the code.
The goods code that you specify should be unique as it is used to identify the goods. While
creating a product or at the time of entering a bill, instead of defining details of the goods
transacted under the bill, you need to only specify the code assigned to the goods. The details
of the goods will automatically be picked up and defaulted.
Language Code
Specify the language code using which all the correspondences with the party should be
carried out. The adjoining option list displays all available language codes. You can choose
the appropriate one.
Goods Short Description
Give a brief description of the goods. You can enter a maximum of 255 characters in this field.
Goods Description
After assigning a code to the goods, you can proceed to maintain a detailed description of the
goods. The goods description can contain a maximum of 6500characters.
While specifying details of the goods transacted under a bill, you can edit the description that
is defaulted to suit the requirements of the bill you are processing. You can also use it to enter
specifications such as the quality and quantity of the merchandise.
Goods Classification
Select the type of the goods from the adjoining drop-down list. the options are:
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
General

Licensed

Prohibited
Goods classification is mandatory.
3.2.2
Fields Button
You can specify values for user defined fields in the ‘User Defined Fields’ screen. To invoke
this screen, click ‘Fields’ button.
Value for UDF can be made mandatory or non-mandatory as maintained in the ‘User Defined
Fields Maintenance’ screen.
After you have entered the details of the document and clause you should save the record.
Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to exit the screen.
3.2.3
Operations on the Goods/Commodity Maintenance Record
On an existing Goods maintenance record, you can perform any one of the following
operations (if any function under the Application toolbar is disabled, it means that the function
is not allowed for the record):

Amend the details of a record

Authorize a record

Copy the details of a commodity on to a new record

Close a record

Reopen a closed record

Print the details of a record

Delete a record
Refer to the chapter on common procedures for details of these operations.
3.3
Bills and Collections Instruction Code Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:
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3.3.1

Section 3.3.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections Instruction Codes"

Section 3.3.2, "Fields Button"

Section 3.3.3, "Operations on the Instructions Code Maintenance Records"
Maintaining Bills and Collections Instruction Codes
You can register the standard set of instructions or statements that are applicable to the bills
that you issue. These standard instructions can be made to appear in the correspondence
and messages sent to the parties involved in a bill. Instead of specifying details of an
instruction each time you to use it, maintain its details in the ‘Bills and Collections Instruction
Codes Maintenance’ screen. The advantage of maintaining Instruction Codes is that at the
time of creating a product or while entering the details of a bill, you need to only specify the
code assigned to the Instructions. All the details maintained for the instruction code will be
automatically picked up. This reduces considerably reduces time and effort as there is not
need to enter the description of an instruction each time you use it.
You can invoke the ‘Bills & Collections Instruction Code Maintenance’ screen by typing
‘BCDINSCD’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button. If you are maintaining the details for an instruction for the first time,
click the new button on the Application toolbar.
If you are calling an instruction maintenance record that has already been defined, click on
an instruction from the summary screen to open it.
Instructions Code Details
You can capture the following details.
Instructions Code
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, each instruction that you maintain is identified by a four-character code
called an Instruction Code. One of the characters of this code should be a letter of the English
Alphabet. You can follow your own conventions for devising the code.
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The code that you specify should be unique as it is used to identify the instruction. While
creating a product, or at the time of entering the details of a bill instead of specifying the
Instructions required under a bill, you need to only specify the code assigned to the
instruction. The instruction details will be automatically picked up and defaulted.
In order to process MT734, you need to maintain the following instruction codes and link them
to PAYMENT_REFUSAL advice:

NOTIFY – This indicates that documents are held until the issuing bank receives a
waiver from the applicant and agrees to accept it, or it receives further instructions from
the presenter prior to agreeing to accept a waiver.

PREVINST – This indicates that the issuing bank is acting in accordance with
instructions previously received from the presenter.
These codes are captured in field 77B of MT734. You can link these instruction codes to the
advice in the ‘Advices/Free Format Text’ screen that can be invoked from the ‘Bills and
Collections – Contract Input’ screen by clicking ‘Advices / FFT’ button.
Refer the section ‘Specifying instructions for a bill’ in the chapter ‘Processing Bills’ of this User
Manual for details about instruction code linkage.
Language Code
Specify the language code using which all the correspondences with the party should be
carried out. The adjoining option list displays all available language codes. You can choose
the appropriate one.
Instructions Text
After assigning a code to identify an instruction, you can proceed to maintain the description
of the instruction. The contents of the instruction that you define can contain text up to 2000
characters.
3.3.2
Fields Button
You can specify values for user defined fields in the ‘User Defined Fields’ screen. To invoke
this screen, click ‘Fields’ button.
Value for UDF can be made mandatory or non-mandatory as maintained in the ‘User Defined
Fields Maintenance’ screen. After you have entered the details of the document and clause
you should save the record. Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to exit the screen.
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3.3.3
Operations on the Instructions Code Maintenance Records
On an existing Instruction Maintenance record, you can perform any one of the following
operations (if any function under the Application toolbar is disabled, it means that the function
is not allowed for the record):

Amend the details of the record

Authorize the record

Copy the details of an FFT on to a new record

Close the record

Reopen the closed record

Print the details of a record

Delete the record
Please refer to the chapter on common procedures for details of these operations.
3.4
Bills and Collections Free Format Code Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:
3.4.1

Section 3.4.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections Free Format Texts (FFT)"

Section 3.4.2, "Fields Button"

Section 3.4.3, "Operations on the FFT Maintenance Record"
Maintaining Bills and Collections Free Format Texts (FFT)
Free Format Texts (FFT’s) may be a set of instructions or statements that are applicable to
the bills that you process. There are several standard free format texts that should appear in
the correspondence and messages sent to the parties involved in the bill. Instead of
specifying the details of the FFT each time you need to use it, you can maintain them in the
FFT Maintenance screen.
The advantage of maintaining FFT details is that at the time of creating a product or while
entering the details of a bill, you need to only specify the code assigned to the FFT. All the
details maintained for the FFT code will be automatically picked up. This reduces your effort,
as you do not need to enter the description of the FFT each time you use it.
You can invoke the ‘Bills & Collections Free Format Code Maintenance’ screen by typing
‘BCDFFTCD’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button.
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If you are maintaining the details for the FFT for the first time, click the new button on the
Application toolbar. The ‘Bills & Collections Free Format Code Maintenance’ screen is
displayed.
If you are calling an FFT maintenance record that has already been defined, click on FFT from
the summary screen to open it.
Free Format Text Code Details
You can capture the following details related to the Free Format Text Code here.
Text Code
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, each FFT that you maintain is identified by a 12-character code called
an FFT code. One of the characters of this code should be a letter of the English Alphabet.
You can follow your own conventions for devising the code.
The code that you specify should be unique as it is used to identify the FFT. While creating a
product, or at the time of entering the details of a bill instead of specifying the FFTs required
under a bill, you need to only specify the code assigned to the FFT. The FFT details will be
automatically picked up and defaulted.
Language Code
Specify the language code using which all the correspondences with the party should be
carried out. The adjoining option list displays all available language codes. You can choose
the appropriate one.
Free Format Text
After you have assigned a code to identify an FFT, you can proceed to maintain the
description of the FFT. The Description that you specify can contain text up to 2500
characters. After you have made the required mandatory entries you can save the record. On
saving the record, your User ID will be displayed in the Input By field at the bottom of the
screen. The date and time at which you saved the record will be displayed in the Date/Time
field.
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A record that you have created should be authorized by a user bearing a different login Id,
before the EOD is run. Once the record is authorized the Id of the user who authorized the
record will be displayed in the Auth By field. The date and time at which the record has been
authorized will be displayed in the Date/Time field positioned next to the Auth By field. The
status of the record will be displayed in the check box marked Authorized The field will remain
unchecked until the record is authorized.
3.4.2
Fields Button
You can specify values for user defined fields in the ‘User Defined Fields’ screen. To invoke
this screen, click ‘Fields’ button.
Value for UDF can be made mandatory or non-mandatory as maintained in the ‘User Defined
Fields Maintenance’ screen.
After you have entered the details of the document and clause you should save the record.
Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to exit the screen.
3.4.3
Operations on the FFT Maintenance Record
On an existing FFT Maintenance record, you can perform any one of the following operations
(if any function under the Application toolbar is disabled, it means that the function is not
allowed for the record):

Amend the details of the record

Authorize the record

Copy the details of an FFT on to a new record

Close the record

Reopen the closed record

Print the details of a record

Delete the record
Please refer to the chapter on common procedures for details of these operations
3.5
Bills and Collections Discrepancy Code Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:
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3.5.1

Section 3.5.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections Discrepancy Codes"

Section 3.5.2, "Fields Button"

Section 3.5.3, "Operations on the Discrepancy Code Maintenance Record"
Maintaining Bills and Collections Discrepancy Codes
You can register the standard discrepancy codes that are applicable to the bills you process.
Instead of specifying the details of the discrepancy each time you need to use it, you can
maintain them in the BC Discrepancy Codes Maintenance screen.
The advantage of maintaining Discrepancy codes is that at the time of creating a product or
while entering the details of a bill, you need to only specify the code assigned to the
discrepancy code. All the details maintained for the discrepancy code will be automatically
picked up. This reduces your effort, as you do not need to enter the description of the
discrepancy each time you use it.
You can invoke the ‘Bills & Collections Discrepancy Code Maintenance’ screen by typing
‘BCDDISCD’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button. If you are maintaining the details for an instruction for the first time,
click the new button on the toolbar.
If you are calling a discrepancy maintenance record that has already been defined, double
click on a discrepancy code of your choice from the summary screen.
Discrepancy Code Details
You can capture the following details related to the Discrepancy Codes here.
Discrepancy Code
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, each discrepancy that you maintain is identified by a 12-character
code called a Discrepancy Code. One of the characters of this code should be a letter of the
English Alphabet. You can follow your own conventions for devising the code.
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The code that you specify should be unique as it is used to identify the discrepancy. While
creating a product, or at the time of entering the details of a bill, instead of specifying the
discrepancy codes applicable to a bill, you need to only specify the code assigned to the
discrepancy. The details maintained for the discrepancy code, will be automatically picked up
and defaulted.
Language Code
Specify the language code using which all the correspondences with the party should be
carried out. The adjoining option list displays all available language codes. You can choose
the appropriate one.
Description
After you have assigned a code to identify a discrepancy, you can proceed to maintain the
description of the discrepancy. The contents of the discrepancy that you define can contain
text up to six thousand five hundred characters.
After making the mandatory entries you can save the record.
On saving the record, your User ID will be displayed in the Input By field at the bottom of the
screen. The date and time at which you saved the record will be displayed in the Date/Time
field.
A record that you have created should be authorized by a user bearing a different login Id,
before the EOD is run. Once the record is authorized, the Id of the user who authorized the
record will be displayed in the Auth By field. The date and time at which the record has been
authorized will be displayed in the Date/Time field positioned next to the Auth By field. The
status of the record will be displayed in the check box marked Authorized. The field will remain
unchecked until the record is authorized.
3.5.2
Fields Button
You can specify values for user defined fields in the ‘User Defined Fields’ screen. To invoke
this screen, click ‘Fields’ button.
Value for UDF can be made mandatory or non-mandatory as maintained in the ‘User Defined
Fields Maintenance’ screen. After you have entered the details of the document and clause
you should save the record. Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to exit the screen.
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3.5.3
Operations on the Discrepancy Code Maintenance Record
On an existing Discrepancy Code maintenance record, you can perform any one of the
following operations (if any function under the Application toolbar is disabled, it means that
the function is not allowed for the record):

Amend the details of the record

Authorize the record

Copy the details of a discrepancy code on to a new record

Close the record

Reopen the closed record

Print the details of a record

Delete the record
Refer to the Procedures User Manual for details of these operations.
3.6
Bills and Collections Insurance Company Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:
3.6.1

Section 3.6.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections Insurance Company Details"

Section 3.6.2, "Fields Button"

Section 3.6.3, "Operations on Insurance Company Record"
Maintaining Bills and Collections Insurance Company Details
A bill, as an instrument used for trade payments involves the shipment of large merchandise
over long distances. To cover the loss or damage of the goods during transition, most
merchandise that is traded is covered under an insurance policy.
You can maintain the details of different Insurance Companies in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
At the time of capturing the details of a Bill contract in the system, you can associate the
appropriate Insurance Company Code with the contract. Upon selection of the code, all the
details maintained for the selected code will be automatically picked up by the system.
Subsequently, on receipt of the insurance policy from the company, the insurance policy
number can also be captured in the relevant contract.
You can maintain the details of an insurance company through the ‘Bills & Collections
Insurance Company Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCDINSCO’
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in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow
button.
Company Details
In this screen, you can maintain the following details of Insurance Companies:
Insurance Company Code
Specify a unique code for each insurance company being defined in the system. The
insurance company will be identified by this code throughout the system. This is mandatory
information and if not provided, you will not be allowed to save the details of the company.
You can use a maximum of 9 alphanumeric characters to create the company code.
Insurance Company Name
After specifying a unique code for the company, you can also specify the full name of the
insurance company.
Address
Specify the mailing address of the insurance company being defined. You can maintain a
maximum of four lines of address. Each line of address can accommodate a maximum of 105
alphanumeric characters.
Telephone Number
You can also capture the telephone number of the insurance company.
Fax Number
Specify the Fax number of the insurance company.
Note
The insurance company will be available for association with Bill contracts only after you
authorize the company details.
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3.6.2
Fields Button
You can specify values for user defined fields in the ‘User Defined Fields’ screen. To invoke
this screen, click ‘Fields’ button.
Value for UDF can be made mandatory or non-mandatory as maintained in the ‘User Defined
Fields Maintenance’ screen.
After you have entered the details of the document and clause you should save the record.
Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to exit the screen.
3.6.3
Operations on Insurance Company Record
In addition to creating the details of an insurance company, you can perform the following
operations on an existing record:

Unlock the record (to amend the details)

Delete an unauthorized record

Close the record

Reopen the closed record
Refer to the Procedures User Manual for details of these operations.
3.7
Bills and Collections Exchange Rate Type Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:
3.7.1

Section 3.7.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections Exchange Rate Type"

Section 3.7.2, "Fields Button"
Maintaining Bills and Collections Exchange Rate Type
Oracle FLEXCUBE allows you to apply different exchange rates based on the amount
involved in the transaction. The cut-off amount slabs are maintained in the local currency of
your bank.
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If the transaction currency is not the local currency, the system will first convert the transaction
amount into the local currency equivalent using the Standard Mid Rate. This is necessary as
the cut-off amount slabs are maintained in the local currency. The system will then validate
the converted amount against the different amount slabs to determine the appropriate rate
type. This is the rate type that will be used for the actual conversion of the transaction currency
into the local currency equivalent.
You can capture the exchange rate types for different amount slabs through the ‘Bills and
Collections Exchange Rate Type Maintenance’ screen.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCDAMTEX’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
In this screen, you can specify the amount slabs for a branch, module and product
combination.
Branch, Module and Product Code
Each branch of your bank is identified by a unique code. All authorized and active branch
codes are available in the option list. You can select the appropriate branch code from the list.
Like wise, all the modules (like Loans & Deposits, Letters of Credit, Bills & Collections, Funds
Transfer etc) available in your bank are also displayed in an option list. All active and
authorized records are available for selection. You can select the appropriate module code
from the list.
The various products/services offered by your bank are also available in an option list. Select
the product code from the list.
Alternatively, you can also maintain the cut-off amounts that will be applicable for all the
branches, modules, and products of your bank. You can make the following selections to do
this:

Branch Code – ALL (all branches)

Module Code – AL (all modules)
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
Product Code – ALL (all products)
Amount Tag
Amount tags identify the various components (eg Bill Amount, Loan Principal, LC Amount
etc.) involved in a contract.
You can maintain the cut-off amount slabs for:
1. All Amount Tags: The maintenance will be applicable to all the amount tags available in
the system (Module tags and Non-module tags).
2. Module Tags: The amount tags that are specific to a particular module are known as
Module Tags. For eg the amount tag PRINCIPAL is specific to the Loans module,
BILL_AMOUNT is defined for the Bills module and so on.
3. Non-Module Tags: The amount tags that are internally created by the system are referred
to as Non-Module tags. The system will automatically create the amount tags for the
Interest, Tax, Charge, and Commission components that you define for a product.
Exchange Rate Maintenance
Basis Amount
You can maintain the different amount slabs in this field. Specify the lower limit of the amount
slab here. For the first slab, the floor basis amount will always be maintained as zero.
Amount To
Specify the upper limit of the slab. The upper limit of the previous amount slab gets defaulted
as the Floor Basis Amount. Click add icon to capture each subsequent amount slab.
Currency Rate Type
You can associate a different exchange rate type with each cut-off amount slab that you have
maintained. All authorized and active rate types defined in your system are available in the
option list. Select the appropriate rate type for each amount slab.
3.7.2
Fields Button
You can specify values for user defined fields in the ‘User Defined Fields’ screen. To invoke
this screen, click ‘Fields’ button.
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Note
Value for UDF can be made mandatory or non-mandatory as maintained in the ‘User Defined Fields Maintenance’ screen. After you have entered the details of the document and
clause you should save the record. Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to exit the screen.
For example, you have maintained the following cut-off amount slabs, and the corresponding
exchange rate types & exchange rates to be applied on Bill contracts processed at your bank:
Cut-Off Amount
Slabs
(in Local Ccy - USD)
Exchange Rate Type
Exchange Rate
(for GBP to USD conversion)
0-25,000
STANDARD
1.684
>25,000
COUNTER
1.897
Let us assume that you are processing a Bill for GBP 20,000. The local currency of your bank
is USD. In such a case, the system will first convert GBP 20,000 into the local currency
equivalent using the Standard mid rate. Assuming that the mid rate is 1.5, the converted
amount works out to USD 30,000. The system will then validate the converted amount against
the cut-off amount slabs maintained. USD 30,000 (converted amount) falls in the second slab
(>25,000). The exchange rate type maintained for this slab is ‘COUNTER’ and the
corresponding exchange rate is 1.897. The actual conversion of the transaction amount takes
place using the COUNTER rate of 1.897. Therefore, the USD equivalent of 20,000 GBP works
out to 37,940.
3.8
Bills and Collections INCO Term Document Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:
3.8.1

Section 3.8.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections INCO Term Document"

Section 3.8.2, "Operations on an INCO Term"
Maintaining Bills and Collections INCO Term Document
You can associate documents and clauses to INCO terms as part of a one-time maintenance
for your bank. You can do this through the ‘INCO Term Document Maintenance’ screen.
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You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCDINCOD’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Here, you need to specify the following:
INCO Term
The following are the INCO terms for which you can maintain documents and clauses:

CIFC

C&I

CANDI

CANDF

EXM

EX-work

FOR

EX-Delv
This maintenance is factory-shipped for your bank.
Document Code
You need to associate a valid document to an INCO term. All valid document codes
maintained (through the ‘Bills and Collections Document Master Maintenance’ screen) in your
current branch are made available here for selection. You can associate any number of valid
documents to an INCO term.
Description
A brief description of the chosen document is displayed here.
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Clause Details
Clause Code
To each document associated with an ‘INCO Term’, you need to associate a clause. The
adjoining option list displays all clause codes maintained in through the ‘Clause Maintenance’
screen. You can choose the appropriate one.
To each document associated with an ‘INCO Term’, you can associate any number of
clauses.
Description
A brief description of the chosen clause is displayed here. Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to exit
the screen.
3.8.2
Operations on an INCO Term
On an existing INCO term maintenance record, you can perform any one of the following
operations (if any function under the Application toolbar is disabled, it means that the function
is not allowed for the record):

Create a record

Unlock and amend the details of the record

Delete the record
During the ‘amend’ operation, you can amend the clause code only.
Refer to the chapter on common procedures for details on each of these operations.
3.9
Bills and Collections Branch Parameters Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:

3.9.1
Section 3.9.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections Branch Parameters"
Maintaining Bills and Collections Branch Parameters
You can maintain bills and collections details specific to a branch using the ‘Bills and
Collections Branch Parameters’ screen. These parameters can be maintained for each
branch of your bank.
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You can invoke this screen by typing BCDBRPRM in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
The following details can be captured here:
Branch Details
Branch
Specify the branch code for which you need to maintain specific parameters. Alternatively,
you can select the branch code from the adjoining option list also. All branch codes
maintained in the system will be available in the list of values for selection.
Branch Name
The branch name is defaulted based on the branch code selected.
Batch Processing
Process till next working day
Check this box to indicate that Commission Accrual and Liquidation calculation has to be
done based on this setting.
Use User Reference NO in Messages
Check this box to include User Reference number in messages.
If you check this box then system will display the User Reference Number in the ‘User Ref No’
column of the account statement for the BC contract.
Note
For the user reference to be picked up in the account statement, the new tag ‘Userrefno’
is included in the account statement format.
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User Ultimate Parent User Reference for Child Contracts
Check this box to indicate that the Master/Parent contract Reference number has to be
displayed on messages generated for Child contracts. If the box is left unchecked, the user
reference number of the child will be displayed for the child contracts.
Accrual Level
Select the option to indicate the level at which accrual has to be done and entries have to be
passed. The options available are:

Product

Contract
Liquidate Bill on Incoming MT202
Indicate if the bill should be liquidated on incoming MT202. You have the following options:

Yes – If you select this option, then system will liquidates the Bill on receiving MT202

No - If you select this option, then the current flow of creating FT contract will be
continued
Auto Authorize liquidated bill
Indicate if the Bill liquidated out of incoming 202 should be automatically authorized or not.
This parameter determines whether the Bill liquidated out of incoming 202 to be automatically
authorized or not.
Tolerance for Nostro Shortage
Specify the tolerance for Nostro shortage in percentage. This value can not be more than 100.
This option will be mandatory, if you check the ‘Liquidate Bill on Incoming MT202’ option.
MT742 Preferences
Advise on Receiving Claim before Reimbursement Auth
Check this box to generate advice message MTN99 even if message MT742 is received
before message MT740. If you check this option, the system will generate MTN99 to the
issuing bank and the claiming bank on receipt of reimbursement claim before the
reimbursement authorization.
If multiple claims are received without reimbursement authorization, the system places the
claims in ‘Pending Auth’ status. Such claims are processed after receiving the corresponding
message MT740. The claims are processed in an order based on their date of receipt.
No. of Times Advice to be Sent
Specify the number of working days during which the advice message MTN99 should be
generated to the issuing bank and claiming bank. If you check the option ‘Advise on Receiving
Claim before Reimbursement Auth’, it is mandatory to indicate the number of times.
While manually entering a Bill contract for MT742, you need to manually choose the
corresponding LC contract. In case the LC contract is not available, you need to manually
generate and send the advice message MTN99 to the claiming bank and the issuing bank.
Message Types
The system uses the following message types:
Message Type
Description
SWIFT
Msg Type
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Trigger Event
Recipient
REIM_PRE_AD
V
Reimbursement pay
advice
799
When BC contract is
booked
Issuing Bank
LIQ_FAIL_ISB
Liquidation failure
799
BC auto liquidation
failure
Issuing Bank
LIQ_FAIL_CLB
Liquidation failure
799
BC auto liquidation
failure
Claiming
Bank
NO_AUTH_CLB
Reimbursement authority
not available
799
When reimbursement
authority is not available
Claiming
Bank
NO_AUTH_ISB
Reimbursement authority
not available
799
When reimbursement
authority is not available
Issuing Bank
AUTH_SRT_ISB
Reimbursement authority
is short
799
When reimbursement
authority is short
Issuing Bank
While generating MT799, you need to maintain the template ID as the message type.
Although the SWIFT message type is maintained as 799, the system will generate 999 if the
required SWIFT Key arrangement does not exist.
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4. Defining Attributes of a Bills and Collection Product
In this chapter, we shall discuss the manner in which you can define attributes specific to a
Bill and Collections product.
This chapter contains the following section:

4.1
Section 4.1, "Bills and Collections Product Definition"
Bills and Collections Product Definition
This section contains the following topics:
4.1.1

Section 4.1.1, "Defining Bills and Collection Product Details"

Section 4.1.2, "Accounting Roles Button"

Section 4.1.3, "Event Button"

Section 4.1.4, "Branch and Currency Button"

Section 4.1.5, "Customer Button"

Section 4.1.6, "MIS Button"

Section 4.1.7, "Preferences Button"

Section 4.1.8, "Discount Accrual Button"

Section 4.1.9, "Tracers Button"

Section 4.1.10, "Free Format Text Button"

Section 4.1.11, "Document Button"

Section 4.1.12, "Interest Button"

Section 4.1.13, "Charge Button"

Section 4.1.14, "Tax Button"

Section 4.1.15, "Status Button"

Section 4.1.16, "Setting up a Product for Bill Forfeiting"
Defining Bills and Collection Product Details
You can create a Bills and Collections (BC) product in the ‘Bills and Collections Product
Definition’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCDPRMNT’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button. In this
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screen, you can enter basic information relating to a BC product such as the Product Code,
the Description, etc.
The primary attribute of a product is whether the bills linked to it are either:

Import Bills under LCs

Import Bills not under LCs

Export Bills under LCs

Export Bills not under LCs

Incoming Collections

Outgoing Collections

Usance or Sight Bills

Documentary or Clean Bills
The first attribute you define for a product is its Type. Once you have made this basic
classification you can tailor the product to suit your requirements. To explain further, within
the broad categories of the type of Bills listed above you can further define attributes that are
characteristic to each type. Each of these types that you define, with its distinctive features,
constitutes a Product in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Since you define products for convenience, all the Bills involving the product inherit the
attributes defined for the product. Yet, you have room for flexibility. You can change the
inherited attributes of a specific bill to suit your requirement at the time of processing it.
For any product you create in Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can define generic attributes, such as
branch, currency, and customer restrictions, interest details, tax details, etc., by clicking on
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the appropriate icon in the horizontal array of icons in this screen. For a BC product, in
addition to these generic attributes, you can specifically define other attributes. These
attributes are discussed in detail in this chapter.
You can define the attributes specific to a BC product in the BC Product Definition Main
screen and the BC Product Preferences screen. In these screens, you can specify the product
type and set the product preferences respectively.
For further information on the generic attributes that you can define for a product, please refer
the following Oracle FLEXCUBE User Manuals under Modularity:
4.1.1.1

Product Definition

Interest

User Defined

Settlements
Defining a Product
The characteristics that you define for a product helps distinguish it from another. The entries
that are passed, the messages that are generated and the processing of bills involving this
product is determined by the characteristics that you define for it. You can indicate
characteristics like:
Product Code
Select the product code from the option list provided.
Description
Specify a description for the product.
Slogan
Here you can specify a slogan for the product, if required.
Product Group
Select the group to which the product is associated, from the option list provided.
Start Date
Specify the start date for the product.
End Date
Specify the end date for the product.
Remarks
Enter any remarks related to the product, if required.
Operation
This indicates the operation that is allowed for the bills linked to a product. The operation that
you can select for the product is determined by the type of bill product you define (import,
export, and collection). The operation type selected for the bill determines the type of
accounting entries passed and the messages that are generated.
You can select an operation from the option list available. The type of operation that you can
perform on a bill has been represented below:
Incoming
(International and
Domestic)
Outgoing
(International and
Domestic)
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Advance
Negotiation
Payment
Payment
Discounting
Discounting
Collection
Collection
Acceptance
Acceptance
Purchase
If you need to finance an LC Bill, partially, then you can book the bill under ‘Collection’
operation and move it to ‘Discount’ operation with partial discount.
Note
‘Payment’ operation is not supported for Multi-Tenor products. If you need to process a
payment for multi-tenor, you need to book the product under ‘Collection’ operation and
then liquidate it.
Product Type
An important detail in defining a product is to specify the type of product you are creating. A
Bill product that you create in Oracle FLEXCUBE can be of the following types:

Import

Export
The type of bill product you are creating determines the operations that can be performed on
a bill.
Tenor Code
The tenor that you define indicates when the bills linked to the product will be paid
(immediately or after a usance period).
The bills linked to a product can be paid either at:

Sight – Select if you want to pay the bill immediately

Usance – Select if you want to pay the bill after a usance period

Multi-Tenor – Select if you want to pay the bill in multiple tenors
Document
A bill that is drawn under an LC issued at your bank or at another bank can be either clean or
documentary. If you indicate that bills under an LC can be processed using the product, you
can also indicate the type of LC that the bill was drawn under.
The options available are:

Clean - indicating that no documents are required to process the bills linked to this
product

Documentary - indicating that documents are required for the processing of bills linked
to this product
Under Letter of Credit
The bills that you process at your bank can be drawn under an LC that was issued at your
bank or at another bank. You can indicate whether bills drawn under an LC can be processed
using the product you are creating.
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Reimbursement Claim
Check this option to indicate that the product is applicable for processing reimbursement
claims. This field is enabled only when the operation is chosen as ‘Payment’ and the type is
specified as ‘Import’.
Note
The system validates, if this check box is enabled for products with ‘Tenor Code’ maintained as ‘Multi-Tenor’.
4.1.1.2
Indicating whether a change of Operation is allowed
In addition to indicating the operation that is allowed for the bills linked to a product, you also
have an option to indicate whether a change of operation is allowed for the bills linked to the
product.
Acceptance to Advance
If you are creating a product with operation type ‘Acceptance’ you can also indicate that the
bills, which are processed using this product can be advanced as well.
Acceptance to Discount
If you are creating a product with operation type ‘Acceptance’ you can indicate that the bills,
which are processed using this product, can also be discounted also.
Collection to Purchase
If you are creating a product with operation type ‘Collection’ you can indicate that the
collection bills processed using this product can be purchased as well.
Discount to Collection
If you are creating an export bill product with operation type ‘Discount’ click here to indicate
that discounted bills processed using this product can be booked for collection also. If you
select this option, you should also maintain accounting entries for the events ‘BCOL’ and
‘LCOL’.
While processing a bill involving the product, you need to book a bill under Discount. If you
change the Operation to Collection, the accounting entries defined for BCOL will be passed.
When the bill is liquidated, the accounting entries defined for LCOL will be passed.
This operation type is treated as a foreclosure and outstanding discount accruals are
completed unconditionally when the operation is carried out before the maturity date of a BC
contract linked to the product.
You can refer to the chapter titled ‘Defining Discount Accrual Fee Classes’ for more
information on discount accruals.
Purchase to Collection
If you are creating an export product with operation type ‘Purchase’ click here to indicate that
purchase bills processed using this product be changed to Collection also. If you select this
option, you should also maintain accounting entries for the event ‘BCOL’ and ‘LCOL’.
This operation type is treated as a foreclosure and outstanding discount accruals are
completed unconditionally when the operation is carried out before the maturity date of a BC
contract linked to the product.
You can refer to the chapter titled ‘Defining Discount Accrual Fee Classes’ for more
information on discount accruals.
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Acceptance To Forfeiting – If you are creating an export product of Bills under LC with Tenor
as ‘Usance’, you can indicate that the bills coming under this product can be forfeited, by
checking this option.
This option will be available only if the selected operation for the product is ‘Acceptance’.
The system will trigger the event FACP if the bill operation changes from ‘Acceptance’ to
‘Forfeiting’.
Discount To Forfeiting - If you are creating an export product of Bills under LC with Tenor
as ‘Usance’, you can indicate that a discounted bill coming under this product can be forfeited,
by checking this option.
This option will be available only if one of the two cases is true:

The selected operation for the product is ‘Discount’.

The selected operation for the product is ‘Acceptance’ with the change preference
‘Acceptance to Discount’ checked.
The system will trigger the event FDIS if the bill operation changes from ‘Discount’ to
‘Forfeiting’. If the initial operation for an export bill with tenor ‘Usance’ is set as ‘Acceptance’
then you can change the operation to ‘Acceptance to Discount’. If ‘Acceptance to Discount’ is
chosen, then you will be able to select any one of the following operations:

Discount to Collection

Discount to Forfeiting
On save of the product, the system will check whether the bill product was saved initially with
the Forfeiting operations or not. If the product had been saved earlier with any of the forfeiting
operations, the system will not allow you to save the product.
The process for changing a bill status is given below:
1. First you have to unlock the contract
2. Secondly, you have to change the operation code
3. Specify the limits tracking parameters for the changed contract
Collection to Transfer
Check this box to indicate that the operation for the contracts created under this product can
be changed from Collection to Transfer. You can do this operation only for Collection Bills.
After you save the changes, a BCOL (Collection of Bill under Purchase/Advance/Discount)
event is passed for the transaction. During BCOL event, the system will:

Reverse all the purchased/discounted/advanced assets

Execute a complete interest accrual

Pass collection contingent entries

Pass interest liquidation entries – if interest collection is of arrears type

If there is any penalty, then it will also be liquidated
Partially liquidated contracts can also be reverted to collection operation. Also, this can be
done before/on/after maturity date. In case it is done after the maturity date and if there is any
penalty due and penalty accounting entries are defined in BCOL event of product, then it will
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liquidate the penalty as well. Limits utilization will get matured on triggering the BCOL event.
Following are the accounting entries passed during the BCOL:
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr./Cr.
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
DR
BILLSPURCHASED/DISCOUNT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
CR
CONT GL
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
DR
CONT OFFSET GL
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
CR
BC CUSTOMER
INT_LIQD
DR
RECIEVABLE GL
INT_LIQD
CR
BC CUSTOMER
PENINT_LIQD
DR
RECIEVABLE GL
PENINT_LIQD
CR
Note
Last two entries of interest liquidation should be defined only for arrears type collection
products.
Following are the accounting entries passed during LCOL:
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr./Cr. Indicator
CONT GL
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
CR
CONT OFFSET GL
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
DR
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
DR
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
CR
For forfeited bills, BCOL entries should be defined with MRG_AMT_EQUIV tag instead of
BILL_OS_AMTEQV. In LCON event, MRG_LIQ_AMOUNT should be used in place of
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ.
Collection to Discount
Check this box if you want to change the operation from ‘Collection’ to ‘Discount’.
If an under LC Bill needs to be partially financed, the same can be booked under Collection
and then moved to Discount operation with partial Discount.
Payment Operation is not supported for multi-tenor products; however, a multi-tenor contract
can be booked with collection operation and then liquidated when it has to be marked as
payment
4.1.2
Accounting Roles Button
Click ‘Accounting Roles’ button to define accounting roles for the product you are creating. In
the screen that corresponds to this icon you can map Accounting Roles to Accounting Heads.
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4.1.3
Event Button
Click ‘Events’ button to invoke the events screen. Through this screen, you can specify the
details of the Accounting Entries and Advices that have to be generated for the events that
take place during the life cycle of a bill.
4.1.4
Branch and Currency Button
Click ‘Branch & Currency’ button to invoke the product branch and currency restrictions
screen. In this screen you have the option of allowing all the branches of your bank to use the
product or restricting its use to only some branches. By default when a new product is created
no branches will be disallowed.
You can also specify the currencies allowed or restricted for the product. This currency
corresponds to the Bill currency. By default when a new product is created no currencies will
be disallowed.
4.1.5
Customer Button
Click ‘Customer’ button to invoke the product customers and categories screen. In this screen
you can specify the categories of customers or the customers themselves with whom you can
enter into bills involving the product.
4.1.6
MIS Button
Click ‘MIS’ button to define Management Information Details (MIS) details for the product you
are defining.
Refer the User Manual on MIS under Modularity for further details.
4.1.7
Preferences Button
Preferences are the options available to you for defining attributes that will help distinguish a
product. The preferences that you state will ultimately shape the product.
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By default, a bill involving a product inherits all the attributes defined for the product. The
attributes defined as the product’s preferences can be changed for a bill.
Click ‘Preferences’ button to invoke the’ Bills and Collections Product – Preferences’ screen.
Through this screen you can define preferences for the product you are creating. The
Preferences that you define for a product will be made applicable to all Bills involving the
product. The preferences that you can define for a product are discussed below.
4.1.7.1
Main Tab
You can specify the following Main preferences related to the Bills and Collections product.
Limits Monitoring Details
You can capture the following details regarding Limits Monitoring.
Track Accrued Amounts
You have to specify whether the accrued interest of bills that have not yet been paid should
also be considered as the utilized amount for the purpose of credit administration. You can
make more than one interest type of component applicable to a bill product. In such a case,
one type is designated as the main interest. The following example illustrates how this
concept works.
For example, You have purchased a bill worth 100,000 from Mr. Sam Brown on June 1, 1999.
You have specified that the bill should be liquidated automatically on the maturity date may
31, 1999. The central liability limit assigned to Mr. Sam Brown is USD 110,000.
On 31, December 1999, Mr. Brown approaches you to discount a bill for USD 10000.
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If you had opted to track the accrued interest, his total liability to the bank on December 31,
1999 is USD 110,167 (USD 100,000 + USD11, 167 as of December 31 - Interest calculation
method Actual/365). Since the utilized amount is above the central liability limit of USD
110,000, Mr. Brown will not be eligible to discount his bill with the bank.
If you had chosen not to track the accrued interest on the bill, he would have been eligible for
the discounting of the second bill of USD10, 000. As only the bill amount will be considered
for Central Liability tracking.
Tracking Bill Amount for Discounted Bills
Under a discounted bill, the interest that is calculated for the bill is deducted at the time of
initiating the bill.
For the purpose of limits tracking, you should indicate whether the actual bill amount or the
discounted amount should be tracked, against the limit assigned to the customer under a
Credit Line.
Check against this field, to indicate that the actual bill amount should be considered for the
purpose, of limits tracking. Leave it unchecked to indicate that the discounted amount should
be considered.
For example, You are discounting bill of USD 100,000 and the interest component amounts
to USD1000. Under the discounted type of interest payment, the total interest calculated until
the maturity date of the bill (USD1000), is deducted from the nominal (USD 100,000) and then
advanced to Mr. Brown.
If you check against this field, USD 100,000 will be tracked against the credit limit assigned
to Mr. Brown. If you leave it unchecked, USD 90,000 will be tracked against his credit limit.
Limits Tenor Calculation Type
For tenor based bills you can indicate the type or manner in which the bill needs to be tracked.
The tenor calculation type can be either of the following:

Fixed

Rolling
If you indicate fixed, a tenor-based bill will through out its tenor be tracked against the relevant
credit line.
For example, Mr. Brown has requested your bank to discount his bill worth USD 100,000. The
tenor of the bill is 60 days.
You have also assigned Mr. Brown credit limits, under the following tenor based sub-lines, for
the Main Line Bills:
Credit Line
Tenor
Bill30
30 days
Bill45
45 days
Bill60
60 days
Bill90
90 days
Mr. Sam Brown has been assigned a credit limit under all the sub-lines under the Main Line Bills.
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For fixed tenor type
If you specify the tenor calculation type as Fixed, the bill that has been discounted will be
tracked under the credit line ‘Bill60’ throughout its tenor.
For rolling tenor type
If you specify the tenor calculation type as revolving, the bill that has been discounted will be
tracked under the credit line Bill60 when it is initiated. After 15 days of discounting the bill, the
bill amount will be automatically be tracked under the credit line Bill45. Similarly after 30 days,
it will be tracked under the sub-line Bills30 and so on until the bill is liquidated.
Loan Preferences
You can capture the following loan preferences here:
Advance by Loan
Checking on the option ‘Advance by Loan’ allows you to book a loan. Loan booking is allowed
only during final liquidation and is not allowed during partial liquidation of bill. Once you have
opted for this option, you need to specify the loan product and the bridge GL in the
consecutive fields.
Note
You are allowed to create a loan for import bills that are of Acceptance type and also for
Usance and Sight import bills for both under LC and not under LC.
Loan Product
After opting to book a loan, you need a loan product to create a loan. Choose the loan product
from the option list. The loan will be created using this product at the time of liquidating the
bills.
Note
Only Loan products will be displayed in the option list.
Suspense General Ledger
To create a loan, you need to transfer the principal from Bills to Loans. For this purpose, a
Bridge GL has to be specified in this field. Select the GL from the option list.
Note
The system displays only GL’s in the option list and will not display any customer accounts.
Batch Processing Preferences
You can specify the following preferences related to Batch Processing:
Auto Liquidate BC Contracts
Components of a bill can be liquidated automatically or manually. In the Product Preferences
screen, you can indicate whether you need to liquidate the BC Contracts automatically.
If the automatic mode of liquidation is specified, a bill will be automatically liquidated on the
day it falls due, by the Contract Auto Liquidation function run as part of the BOD processing.
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If a bill for which you have specified auto liquidation matures on a holiday, the bill will be
processed based on your holiday handling specifications in the Branch Parameters table.

If you have specified that the processing has to be done on the last working day before
the holiday, a bill maturing on a holiday will be liquidated during the End of Day
processing on the last working day.

If you have specified that the processing has to be done only up to the system date, the
bills maturing on a holiday will be processed on the next working day, during the
Beginning of Day process
If you do not specify Auto Liquidation, you have to give specific instructions for liquidation
through the Manual Liquidation screen on the day you want to liquidate the bill.
Auto Liquidate Retry Count
Specify the number of retry counts for auto liquidation of the bills under reimbursement LC.
The system will try to auto liquidate the bill contract until it completes the number of attempts
specified here. If the bill has not been auto liquidated even after these many attempts, the
system triggers LIQF event. You need liquidate the bill manually in that case.
This is applicable to bills contracts under reimbursement LC only. Other bills contracts are
liquidated as part of auto liquidation batch.
Verify Funds
Check this option to check the available balance in settlement account of a bills contract
during its auto liquidation. If you check this option, the system verifies the balance only to
cover the bill amount. Charges associated with the bill liquidation will not be considered.
If the account has insufficient funds during manual liquidation of a bills contract, the system
does not generate advices to issuing bank and claiming bank. An error message is displayed
in such instances.
Auto Status Change
A status change is one in which the status of a bill changes from one to the next.
If you specify that status changes have to be carried out automatically, the status of the bill
will be changed after the specified number of days. If not, you have to change the status of a
bill, through the bill processing function. In the Bills - User Defined Status Maintenance
screen, you can specify whether the status change should be in the forward or reverse
direction. Other details related to the status change can also be specified here.
Even if automatic status change has been specified for a product and therefore a bill involving
it, you can manually change the status of a bill, before the automatic change is due. It can be
done through, the Contract On-line Details screen.
If a product has been specified with manual status change, you cannot specify automatic
status change, for a bill involving the product.
Note
You will be allowed to specify whether automatic status change should be in the forward
or reverse direction in the status maintenance screen only if you specify that automatic status change is allowed for the product.
Auto Change from Acceptance to Advance
A product to cater to the acceptance type of bills is being created. You can indicate whether
the bills linked to this product, should be automatically converted into an Advance type of bill,
on its liquidation date.
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Upload Security
This needs to be checked if the Bills contract is to be considered as Banker’s Acceptance and
uploaded as an instrument into the Securities module. The value date of the Bill would be the
issue date of the Security and maturity date will be mapped to the redemption date of the
security. The Bill amount will be uploaded as the initial and current Face Value of the security
Past Due Reckoning Status
The Past Due Status preferences that you define for a product default to the bills processed
under it.
By Goods Arrival Date
In the BC Product Preferences screen, you can indicate if the past due status (of bill contracts
entered under the product) should be determined with respect to the Goods Arrival Date.
Days after Goods Arrival
If you opt to determine the past due status with respect to the Goods Arrival Date, you can
enter the number of days vis-à-vis the Goods Arrival Date that should determine the past due
status. The following example illustrates what this implies.
For example, when building a Bills product, you opt to determine the Past Due Status of bills
entered under it with respect to the Goods Arrival Date. You can specify this in the BC Product
Preferences screen.
Setting up:
Choose the ‘By Goods Arrival Date’ option by clicking on the check box adjacent to it.
In the Days after Goods Arrival field, specify the number of days after the goods arrival date
that should determine the past due status, say, ‘4’.
Implication on bill contracts entered under the product:
When capturing the details of a bill contract, you specify the Goods Arrival Date as 25 May
1999.
If this bill is not settled by 29 May 1999 (25 May 1999 plus ‘4’ days), the bill will be moved,
automatically, to the Past Due Status.
INCO Term
Specify the INCO term related to goods that are a part of the LC instrument. You can select
one of the following values from the adjoining option list:

CIFC

C&I

CANDI

CANDF

EXM

EX-work

FOR

EX-Delv
Liquidate Using Collateral
Check this box to indicate that the bill should be liquidated using the collateral account instead
of customer account if the collateral account has sufficient funds.
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Transfer Collateral from LC
Check this box to indicate that the collateral amount obtained during LC creation should be
transferred to the Bill availed under LC proportionately. This flag is defaulted from product
level and can be modified at contract level after which it cannot be changed.
Authorization Re-key Requirements
All operations on a bill (input, modification, manual liquidation etc.) have to be authorized by
a user other than the one who carried out the operation.
Authorization is a way of checking the inputs made by a user. All operations on a bill, except
placing it on hold, should be authorized before you can begin the End of Day operations.
As a cross-checking mechanism to ensure that you are invoking the right bill for authorization,
you can specify that the values of certain fields should be entered before the other details are
displayed. The complete details of the bill will be displayed only after the values to these fields
are entered. This is called the rekey option. The fields for which the values have to be given
are called the rekey fields.
Required
You can indicate whether re-key option is required or not by clicking the ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ option
respectively.
If you indicate positively for the cross-checking mechanism, you should also specify the fields
that will have to be re-keyed at the time the contract is authorized. You can specify any or all
of the following as re-key fields:

Amount

Value date

Customer

Currency

Total Paid

Maturity date
If no re-key fields have been defined, the details of the bill will be displayed immediately once
the authorizer calls the bill for authorization.
This facility has been incorporated as a safety measure. It is advisable to indicate positively
in these fields as the possibility of human error cannot be discounted. For instance, let us
assume that the value date has been input incorrectly for an bills contract. You have specified
‘Yes at the Re-key Required field and checked on Value date under it. At the time when the
contact is being authorized this field will have to be re-keyed and the error that could have
otherwise been overlooked can be corrected.
Pay Due Advice
Specify the following details.
Required
While creating a bill product, you can indicate whether a Payment Due advice should be
generated for bills involving the product by selecting this check box.
Before/After
If you indicate that a Payment due Advice should be generated, you need to indicate whether
it is to be generated before or after bill maturity.
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Notice Days
Specify the number of days before/after maturity when the advice should be generated.
The advice will be automatically generated as part of BOD for all Incoming Collections
associated with the product based on the preferences that you specify.
Acceptance Commission Preferences
For incoming bills in the acceptance stage, you can collect Acceptance commission. This is
different from main interest and penalty interest applicable to advance bills. Acceptance
interest can be either fixed interest or floating interest or special interest.
Interest Component
To compute and accrue acceptance commission, you need to associate an interest
component. Select the interest component from the option list. All interest components
maintained through the product ‘ICCF Details’ screen are made available here.
During acceptance, you have not funded your customer. If you select an acceptance interest
commission component here and select ‘Authorize’ from the Application toolbar or click
authorize icon, the system will check whether the ‘Consider as Discount’ option is checked at
the corresponding product ‘ICCF Details’ screen. If checked, system does not allow you to
save the same. It gives you an error message. This is because you do not compute IRR during
the acceptance stage.
Advance/Arrears
After choosing the interest component, you need to specify the mode in which the Interest is
to be collected.
Indicate this by choosing one of the following options:

Advance

Arrears
Note
Acceptance commission fields are enabled only for ‘Incoming Acceptance’ Bills.
Acceptance Commission is not considered as the Main Interest component or the Penalty
component.
Rollover Preference
For a Bills product, you can specify whether bill contract can be rolled over into a new bill if it
is not liquidated on its Maturity Date.
Allow Rollover
Checking this box will indicate that the rollover is allowed for the bill, involving the product you
are defining. Once you specify this option, the system allows you to change/extend the
rollover to a new maturity date.
Rollover is possible on maturity date or after maturity date. Rollover option is enabled only
when:

The BC product is an import bill with operation as ‘Advance’

The BC product is an import bill with operation as Acceptance and Acceptance to
Advance option is enabled. The bill can be rolled over only when the current operation
is advance and not when it is in the acceptance stage.
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
Both the above products have interest collection type specified as ‘Arrears’
For handling Rollover, you will have to maintain two events and associate the relevant
accounting roles and amount tags while defining the Bills Product.
The two events are:

ROLL – Triggered on Old Bills Contract

INIT – Triggered on New Bills Contract
The system posts the following accounting entries when rollover is initiated manually on the
bills contract:
Event
Dr./Cr.
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
ROLL
DR
ROLL_BRIDGE_GL
PRINCIPAL_ROLL
ROLL
CR
ADV UNDER LCS
PRINCIPAL_ROLL
INIT
DR
ADV UNDER LCS
PRINCIPAL_ROIN
INIT
CR
ROLL_BRIDGE_GL
PRINCIPAL_ROIN
Note
Allow Rollover check box is not applicable for Multi-Tenor Bills.
Discounting Method
As a product preference, you have to specify the discounting method that would be applicable
when discounting a bill. The following options are available:

Discounted (Straight Discounting basis) - The following formula will be used for
calculating the discounted value:
In the formula above,
–
DV = Discounted Value
–
FV = Face Value
–
R = Discount Rate
–
DTM = Days to Maturity/Number of Days
–
DTY = Number of Days in a year
For example, assume that you have purchased a bill for USD 100,000. The other details of
the bill are as follows:

Discount Rate
-

Number of days till maturity -
31

Interest basis
Actual /360
-
10%
Discounted Value = 99138.89 (substituting the above values in the formula)
Discount Amt. = 100, 000 – 99138.89 (Bill Amt. – Discounted Value) = 861.11
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The following accounting entries will be passed during the initiation event:
Accounting
Role
Amount
Tag
Bill Asset
Bill_Amount
100,
000
Dr
Customer
Bill_Amount
100,
000
Cr
Customer
Interest_liqd
861.11
Dr
RIA
Interest_liqd
861.11
Cr
Amount
Dr/
Cr
True Discounted (Discount to Yield basis) - In the Discount to Yield method, the following
formula will be used:
Here,
–
DV = Discounted Value
–
FV = Face Value
–
R = Discount Rate
–
DTM = Days to Maturity/Number of Days
–
DTY = Number of Days in a year
In the True Discounted method, the interest will be computed on the discounted value and not
on the Bill Amount.
For example, consider the example discussed above,
Discounted Value = 99146.24 (substituting the values in the formula above)
Discount Amt. = 100, 000 – 99146.24 (Bill Amt. – Discounted Value) = 853.76
The following accounting entries will be passed during the initiation event:
Accounting
Role
Amount
Tag
Bill Asset
Bill_Amount
100,
000
Dr
Customer
Bill_Amount
100,
000
Cr
Customer
Interest_liqd
853.76
Dr
RIA
Interest_liqd
853.76
Cr
Amount
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Dr/
Cr
Note
This option will be available for selection only if you choose the ‘Interest Collection Type’
as ‘Advance’.
Charge Claim Advice
Claim Advice in Swift
Check this box to indicate that the Charge Claim Advice (CHG_CLAIM_ADV) that gets
generated as part of LQ EOD batch should be in Swift MT799/MT499 Format.
Brokerage Preference
Allow Brokerage
Check this box to indicate that brokerage should be applicable to all the contracts under this
product.
Linked Loan Preferences for Export Bills
You can specify your preference for linked loans.
Link to Loan
Check this box if you want to link an export bill to a loan.
Note
This is enabled only for export type of bills.
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4.1.7.2
Interest and Charge Details Tab
You can specify the Interest and Charge Details in the ‘Interest and Charge Details’ tab.
Specifying the Interest, Commission, Charges and Fees preferences
Accrual Frequency
Apart from the bill amount, a bill can have other components, such as interest, charges or
fees. They can be accrued over the tenor of the bill. The frequency, at which these
components should be accrued, can be specified as a Product Preference.
The attributes of the other components are defined in the ICCF sub-system of Oracle
FLEXCUBE. The frequency with which the components should be accrued is specified in this
screen.
The system carries out automatic accruals at the frequency specified by you, as part of the
End of Cycle processing. If the accrual date falls on a holiday, the accruals are done as per
your holiday handling specifications in the Branch Parameters screen:
You could have specified that automatic events for a holiday(s) are to be processed on the
working day before the holiday. The accruals falling due on a holiday(s) will be then processed
during End of Day processing on the last working day before the holiday.
You could have specified that the automatic events for a holiday(s) are to be processed on
the working day following the holiday; the automatic events falling due on a holiday(s) will be
processed on the next working day, during the Beginning of Day processing.
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The frequency can be one of the following:

Daily

Monthly

Quarterly

Half yearly

Yearly
In the case of monthly, quarterly, half yearly or yearly accruals, you should specify the date
on which the accruals have to be done during the month. For example, if you specify the date
as 30, accruals will be carried out on that day of the month, depending on the frequency.
If you want to fix the accrual date for the last working day of the month, you should specify the
date as 31 and indicate the frequency. If you indicate the frequency as monthly, the accruals
will be done at the end of every month. That is, on 31st for months with 31 days, on 30th for
months with 30 days and on 28th or 29th, as the case may be, for February.
If you specify the frequency as quarterly and fix the accrual date as 31, the accruals will be
done on the last day of the month at the end of every quarter. It works in a similar manner for
half-yearly and yearly accrual frequency.
If you set the accrual frequency as quarterly, half yearly or yearly, you have to specify the
month in which the first accrual has to begin along with the date.
For example, you have selected the half-yearly option, specified the start date as 31 and the
start month as June. In this case, the system will make the first accrual on June 30, 1999 for
the period from January 1 to June 30, 1999. The second accrual will be on December 31,
1999, for the period from July 1, 1999 to December 31, 1999.
Accrual Start Day
In the case of monthly, quarterly, half yearly or yearly accruals, you should specify the date
on which the accruals have to be done during the month. For example, if you specify the date
as 30, accruals will be carried out on that day of the month, depending on the frequency.
Accrual Start Month
If you set the accrual frequency as quarterly, half yearly or yearly, you have to specify the
month in which the first accrual has to begin along with the date.
Grace Days
The grace period specifies the period after the repayment date, within which the penalty
interest (if one has been defined for the product) will not be applied, even if the repayment is
made after the due date. This period is defined as a specific number of days and will begin
from the date the repayment becomes due.
Penalty interest will be applied, on a repayment made after the grace period. The penalty
interest will be calculated for the entire period it has been outstanding (that is, from the date
the payment was due).
For example, The repayment on Mr. Sam Brown’s bill is due on June 15, 1999. You have
specified a grace period of 5 days, after which a penalty interest of 2% will be imposed.
Bill repayment made within the grace period
Now, if Mr. Brown makes the payment on June 18, which falls within the grace period, he will
not have to pay penal interest.
Bill repayment made after the grace period
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But if he makes the payment after the expiry of the grace period, that is, after June 20, then
he will be charged penal interest starting from June 16 (the repayment date) and not from
June 20, the day the grace period expires.
Interest Components to be collected in
You can have the interest collected in one of the following ways:
Advance - When interest is to be collected in advance, it will be collected at the time of
initiating the bill.
For example, you have purchased a bill on Jan 10th and set it up as having interest to be
collected in advance.
In this case 10th is the transaction date of the bill. Therefore, the interest amount due on the
bill is collected on Jan 10th.
Note
If you opt to collect interest in advance, you can also specify the discounting method applicable on the bill. This is discussed in the section titled ‘Specifying the Discounting Method’ of this chapter.
Arrears - If the interest component of a bill is to be collected in arrears, the interest is collected
on the maturity date of the bill.
For example, you have discounted a bill on 10 January 1999, which matures on 31 April 1999.
You have specified that the bill is to be collected in arrears.
In this case, on 31 April 1999, which is the expiry date of the bill, the interest amount due on
the bill, will be collected.
Allow Prepayment of Interest
If this option is checked at the product level, payment of interest is allowed even before the
due date is reached.
Capturing Forfeiting Details
Here you need to capture the interest component.
Forfeiting Interest Component
For bills that can be forfeited, you need to specify the interest component at the product
preference level. The adjoining option list displays all the interest components (except the
main interest component) attached to the product. You can select the appropriate one.
You can specify the interest collection preference in the ‘Interest Component’ screen. To
invoke this screen, click ‘Interest’ button in the ‘Bills and Collections – Product Preferences’
screen.
Specifying Tenor Details
You can set the Standard, Minimum and the Maximum limits for tenor based bills. The tenor
details that you specify for a bill product, is always expressed in days.
Maximum
You can fix the maximum tenor of a product. The tenor of the bills that involve the product
should be less than or equal to the Maximum tenor that you specify.
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Minimum
You can fix the minimum tenor of a product. The tenor of the bills that involve the product
should be greater than or equal to the Minimum tenor that you specify.
Standard
The standard tenor is the tenor that is normally associated with a bill, involving a product. The
standard tenor of a bill is always expressed in days and will apply to all bills involving the
product. If you do not specify any specific tenor while processing a bill, the standard tenor will
be applicable to it. The standard tenor applied on a bill can be changed during bill processing.
You can create a product with the standard tenor as zero. While processing a bill involving
such a product, you will need to specify the maturity and the expiry date of the bill.
If you attempt to save the bill without entering the expiry or maturity date you will be prompted
for an override.
For example, you have defined a bill product to cater to tenor based discounted bills. The
minimum tenor specified for this product is 100 days and the maximum tenor is 1000 days.
You have also specified a standard tenor that is 500 days.
For this product, you can process bills with a tenor between 100 and 1000 days. As you have
specified the standard tenor as 500 days, by default, a bill involving this product will have a
500 day tenor. At the time of processing the bill you can change this tenor to any period
between the Minimum and Maximum tenor limits specified.
Transit Days
The transit days is used to compute the maturity date of the bill. Enter the transit days for the
bill. The system does not allow you to save the record in case the transit day exceeds the
standard tenor.
Specifying Rate Code Details
Enter the following details:
Mid Rate or Buy/ Sell Rate
If it is a cross currency bill the exchange rate that has to be used for conversion can be
mentioned as MID/BUY/SELL rate. Select ‘Mid Rate’ option if you want to specify the
exchange rate as Mid rate. Select ‘Buy/Sell Rate’ option if you want to specify Buy/Sell rate
for exchange.
Note
In case of charges, if the charge currency and the settlement currency are different, system applies ‘Mid Rate’.
Free Collection
Check this option if you wish to use the product for free collection.
Specifying Exchange Rate Related Details
You can capture the details regarding the exchange rate here.
Default Rate Type
You can specify the exchange rates that are to be picked up and used for, liquidating the Bill
Amount, Interest and Charge components of a bill. You can indicate that the standard rate
prevailing, as of the issue date of the bill should be used. You can also specify an exchange
rate of your choice.
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The possible values for the rate pickup are:

As per Standard rate

As input in the Contract
If you specify as input in the contract, then the system computes the components of the bill,
based on your input in the Exchange rate field, in the Bills Contract Main screen.
If you choose As per standard rate the system computes the applicable components, by
picking up the exchange rates as of the transaction date, from the Currency table maintained
in the Core Services module of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Override Variance Limit
For a Bills product, you can specify the exchange rate type to be used to process the bill
amount, the interest, charge or fee components of the bill. At the time of entering a contract
involving a product, you have the option of, changing the exchange rate defaulted from the
product and specifying an exchange rate, of your choice.
The exchange rate variance is applicable only if you have decided to change the standard rate
defaulted from the currency table and if the contracts linked to the product involve a foreign
currency. You can specify the minimum and maximum limit by which, the exchange rate
entered for contracts involving this product can exceed the standard exchange rate.
In the Override Variance Limit field specify the minimum percentage over which you can
exceed the normal exchange rates.
Maximum Variance
In the Maximum Variance field specify the maximum percentage upto which you can exceed
the normal exchange rate.
For example, let us assume that for a product you have specified the override range to be
between 7% and 30%. In such a case the entries in these fields would read:

Rate Override Limit - 7%

Rate Stop Limit - 30%
You enter a bill involving this product. This is a cross currency contract and involves the
American and the Australian dollar. Also assume that the Standard mid-rate for the currency
pair is 1.25. If you wish to override the existing rates for the currency pair, the permissible
override would range between 7% and 30%. We shall examine the three possible situations
that you can encounter.
Below the override limit - Let us assume that for the bill, you have specified the exchange rate
as1.2. Here the exchange rate exceeds the standard rate by 4%. The bill will be processed.
Within the override limit - In this case, let us now assume that you had specified the exchange
rate to be 2.0. Here you have exceeded the standard rate by 20%. You will be prompted to
confirm the override. If you confirm the override, the bill will be processed using these rates.
Above the override limit - Let us assume a situation in which you have specified the exchange
rates to be 2.5. In this case you have exceeded the standard rate by 100%. An error message
will be displayed and you will not be allowed to continue with processing the bill, until the
exchange rate you specify is within the permissible limit of 7-30%.
Their Charges
Here you can define the charge component for the charges that are due to the counterparty
bank.
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4.1.8
Discount Accrual Button
Click ‘Discount Accrual’ button to define the discount accrual preferences.
Refer to the Discount Accrual chapter in this User Manual for more details.
4.1.9
Tracers Button
Tracers are reminders, sent to various parties involved in a bill indicating that an exception
that has occurred, while processing the bill. In this screen you can capture tracer details for
the following exception events:

Payment Exception

Acceptance Exception

Charge Exception

Reserve Exception
Reserve Exception – sent by negotiating bank (for bills under LC), if discrepancies are noted
and negotiation is done under reserve (right of recourse). The tracers are for reminding
resolution of the discrepancies and get stopped when the respective discrepancy is marked
as resolved
The details specified for the product involved in the bill will be defaulted to the contract. You
can change the defaults to suit the requirements of the bill you are processing. Click ‘Tracers’
button in the ‘Bills and Collections Product Definition’ screen and invoke the following screen.
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If you have checked the option ‘Reimbursement Claim’ in the ‘Bills and Collection Product
Definition’ screen, you will not be able to save details in this screen.
The system will display an error message while saving the product if you have entered details
in this screen.
You can specify the following details here:
Tracer Generation
You can indicate whether the exception tracer (for reserve, acceptance, payment and
charges) is applicable to the bill you are processing. You can select one of the following
options:
1. Required -If you specify that a tracer is applicable to a bill, you should also specify the
number of tracers that should be generated, for the exception.
2. Not Required -You can select this option to indicate that the exception tracer is not
applicable, to the bill you are processing.
3. Till resolved -If you indicate that the tracer should be generated until the exception is
resolved, you need not specify the number of tracers that should be sent. This is because
the tracer will be generated at the frequency that you specify, until the exception is
resolved.
Number of Tracers Required
If you have indicated that the tracer is applicable, to the bill you are processing, you should
also specify the maximum number of tracers that should be generated, for each of the
exception events.
By default, the first tracer for all authorized bills linked to this product, will be sent after the
number of days that you prescribe, for the product.
Start Tracer after Days
Exception tracers can be generated, only after the maturity date of the bill. While creating a
product, you have also indicated the number of days that should elapse after the Bill matures
on which the first tracer should be generated.
Generation Frequency Days
You can specify the frequency (in days), with which the tracer should be sent to the concerned
parties, involved in the bills linked to this product.
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Preferred Tracer Medium
For each of the exception tracers that you specify, indicate the preferred medium through
which the tracer should be generated to the concerned party.
For a bill involving the product, you can change the medium that is defaulted. The medium
you specify here is only the preferred medium, for the exception tracer.
Template ID
Specify the template related to MT799 or MT499 message types. The adjoining option list
displays all the templates related to MT799 (if it is under LC) or MT499 (if it is not under LC)
message types defined in the ‘Swift FFT Template Screen Maintenance’ screen. You can
choose the appropriate one.
This field is mandatory if the ‘Tracer Generation’ is indicated as ‘Required’ and ‘Preferred
Medium’ as ‘SWIFT’. This Template id is used while generating Charge and Commission
Tracer (CHG_COM_TRACER) in MT799/MT499 swift format as part of LQ EOD Batch if the
‘Preferred Medium’ is ‘SWIFT’.
For further details on Swift FFT Template Screen Maintenance screen, refer the section
‘Maintaining SWIFT FFT Template’ in the ‘Defining Free Format Messages‘ chapter in the
‘Messaging System’ User Manual.
4.1.10
Free Format Text Button
In this screen specify the FFTs that are applicable, to the bills product you are creating.
Text Code
A list of the standard FFTs that can accompany a bill is maintained in the ‘Free Format Text
Maintenance’ screen. You can select an FFT code from the pre-defined list of FFTs.
Description
The description associated with the FFT code you have selected will be displayed.
More than one of the predefined FFTs can be specified for the product you are creating. The
FFTs, including the other details that you define for it will be defaulted to all bills involving this
product.
While entering a bill contract involving this product, you can add to or delete from the
defaulted list of FFTs.
Advice Code
You have an option to specify whether the FFT or instruction is for the internal reference of
the bank or should it appear on the advices generated, for the bills linked to the product.
If you do not specify an advice code for an FFT or instruction it is assumed that it is for the
internal reference of the bank. If the FFT is to appear on the advices, you can specify the
advice on which, the FFT or Instruction should be printed. Select an advice code from the list
of the advices that you specified for the product, in the Advices screen.
After you have specified details for an FFT, click add icon to add it to the list of FFTs, for the
product. Click delete icon to delete an FFT from the screen.
4.1.10.1 Specifying instruction Details
Through this screen, you can specify the instructions that are applicable to the Bills product
you are creating.
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Text Code
A list of the standard instructions that can accompany the bill is maintained in the ‘Instructions
Codes Maintenance’ screen. Select an Instruction code from the list of instructions maintained
earlier.
More than one of the predefined Instructions can be made applicable to the product you are
creating. The instructions, including the other details that you define for it, will be defaulted to
all bill contracts, involving this product.
While entering a bill involving this product, you can add to or delete from the defaulted list of
instructions.
Description
The description associated with the instruction code you have selected will be displayed.
Advice Code
You have the option to specify whether the instruction is for the internal reference of your bank
or should it appear on the advices generated for the bills linked to the product.
If you do not specify an advice code for an instruction it is treated as an internal instruction. If
the Instruction is to appear on the advices, you can specify the advice on which, the
Instruction should be printed. You can select an advice code from the list of the advices in the
Advices screen.
After you have specified details, of the Instructions applicable to a product, click add icon to
add it to the list of instructions, for the product. Click delete icon to delete an instruction from
the screen.
4.1.10.2 Specifying the clauses that should accompany the document
A clause is a statement that can accompany a document, sent under a bill. After indicating the
documents applicable to a product, you can specify the related clauses that should
accompany the document.
Clause Code
A list of the standard clauses that can accompany a document required under a bill is
maintained in the ‘Clauses Maintenance’ screen. From the pre-define list of clauses select the
clauses applicable. You can attach more than one clause, to a document that you have
specified, for a bills product.
Description
The description associated, with the code you have selected will be displayed.
By default, all the clauses including the number of copies that you specify for the product will
be sent for all bills involving this product. While entering a bill, you can add to or delete, from
the defaulted list of clauses.
After you have specified details of the clause, click add icon to add it to the list of clauses, for
the document. Click delete icon to delete a clause from the screen.
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4.1.11
Document Button
Click ‘Document’ button in the ‘Bills and Collection Product Definition’ screen and invoke the
following screen.
Document codes and clause codes applicable to the product you are creating can be defined
here.
The documents that can be associated with a bill are broadly classified into:

Transport documents

Insurance documents

Invoices

Other documents (includes packaging list, certificate of origin, etc.).
There are certain standard documents that are required, under a documentary bill. You can
specify the documents that are applicable to the bills that are linked to the product.
Document Code
A list of the standard shipping documents that can accompany the bill is maintained in the
Documents Maintenance screen. Along with these documents, you will also be provided with
a pre-defined list of documents.
Select a document code from the list of documents maintained earlier.
Document Type and Description
The description and the document type associated, with the code you have selected will be
displayed.
You can specify more than one of the predefined documents, for the product you are creating.
All the documents that you define for the product will be defaulted to all the bills involving this
product. While entering a bill you can add to or delete, from the defaulted list of documents.
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After you have specified details of the document, click add icon to add it to the list of
documents, applicable to the product. Click delete icon to delete a document from the product.
4.1.12
Interest Button
Click ‘Interest’ button to define the Interest that is to be collected for Bills involving this product.
Here you can capture details about interest computation, accrual and liquidation for all
contracts under the product.
Collection Method
Indicate the method for collecting interest for the components by choosing one of the
following:

Advance

Arrears
Refer the User Manual on Interest under Modularity for further details.
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4.1.13
Charge Button
Click ‘Charges’ button to define the Charges or Fees that are to be collected for Bills involving
this product.
Refer the User Manual on Charges and Fees under Modularity for further details.
4.1.14
Tax Button
Click ‘Tax’ button to indicate the tax schemes that are applicable to the product you are
creating.
Refer the User Manual on Tax under Modularity for further details.
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4.1.15
Status Button
An Active status is automatically allotted to a bill on its initiation. A bill on which payment has
not been made, on the due date can pass through more than one status. Click ‘Status’ button
and invoke the following screen.
You can define attributes for each status through the User Defined Status Maintenance
screen. These attributes are:

The number of days for which a bill should stay in a particular status, after its repayment
date has been reached

Whether the GL under which it is reported should be changed when there is a status
change

The new GL under which it should be reported
Status
This is the sequence in which, a bill should move to the status you are defining. Usually, more
than one status is defined for a product. In this context, you should indicate the sequence in
which a bill moves from status to status.
You can also specify the number of days after a repayment falls due that a component has to
be moved to the status you are defining.
Incase of a component for which repayment is due, you can specify the number of days after
the Maturity date, on which the component should be moved, to the status being defined.
For example, you define the following status for the product, Export Bills Discounted - 45
days:

Past Due Obligation (PDO)

Non-accrual basis (NAB)

Write-off (WO)
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You want a bill under this product, to move from one status to another in the order in which
they are listed above.
For such a condition, the status sequence has to be defined as follows:

PDO - 1

NAB - 2

WO - 3
Based on the default number of days defined for each component, a bill will first move from
Active status to PDO, then to NAB and lastly to WO status.
Transaction
When the GL under which a component is reported is changed along with the status of a bill,
an accounting entry is passed. This accounting entry will be to transfer the component from
one GL to another.
A Transaction Code is associated with every accounting entry in Oracle FLEXCUBE. You
should indicate the Transaction Code to be used for the GL transfer entries, involved in the
status change.
Stop Accrual
You can indicate that accruals (on all accruable components of the bill), should be stopped,
when the bill moves to the status being defined. By doing so, you can ensure that your
Receivable accounts, for interest and other components, are not updated for a bill on which
repayment has been defaulted.
For example,
In our example of Export Bills Discounted - 45 days, the following status codes are involved:

Past Due Obligation (PDO).

Non-accrual basis (NAB).

Write-off (WO).
For this product, you can specify that when the bill moves to PDO status, accruals can
continue. Accruals have to stop when the bill moves to NAB status.
Reverse Accrual
You can indicate that the outstanding accruals (where a component has been accrued but not
paid) on the bill should be reversed when it moves to the status that you are defining. If you
specify so, the accrual entries passed on the bill, will be reversed when the status change is
carried out.
Future accruals should necessarily be stopped if accruals, done till the date of status change,
have to be reversed.
For example,
In our example of the product for Export Bills Discounted - 45 days, the following status are
involved:

Past Due Obligation (PDO)

Non-accrual basis (NAB)

Write-off (WO)
Accruals on a bill should be stopped when it moves to NAB. We can specify that, besides
stopping accruals, the accruals done so far have to be reversed. In such a case, the accruals
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done on the bill (for all accruable components), on which a payment has not been made, will
be reversed.
Suppose a bill under this product was initiated on 01 June 1999, with the following details:

Value (Initiation) Date - 01 June 1999

Maturity Date - 14 July 2000

Interest Rate - 20%
Repayment - Payment of principal and interest, on the maturity date.
In this case, there is a default on the repayment. The bill moves to PDO status on 1 March
1999 (15 days after the maturity date) and to NAB status on 16 March 1999 (30 days from the
maturity date). Since the product has been defined for reversal of accruals along with status
movement to NAB, the accruals for the 30 days of default will be reversed.
Complete Accrual
Check this option to complete accruals.
4.1.15.1 Indicating if status changes have to be carried out automatically
Indicate the movement preference for statuses.
Forward
A forward status change is one in which the status changes from one to the next. In our
example, the movement from Active to PDO, PDO to NAB and NAB to Write Off are forward
changes.
Reverse
A reverse status change is one in which the status changes from present status to the
previous. Such a situation arises when a payment is made on a bill with a status other than
Active.
If you specify that forward changes have to be carried out automatically, the status of the bill
will be changed, after the specified number of days. If not, you have to change the status of
a bill through the bill processing function. Even if automatic status change has been specified
for a product and therefore a bill involving it, you can manually change the status of a bill
before the automatic change is due. You can do it through the, Contract On-line Details
screen.
If a product has been specified with manual status change, then you cannot specify automatic
status change for a bill involving the product.
If you specify, that reverse changes have to be carried out automatically, the status will be
changed when a payment is made on a bill with a status, other than Active. If you specify that
reverse changes should not be automatic, the status remains unchanged, even if a repayment
is made on the bill. The status has to be changed by you through the, Contract Processing
function.
A reverse change may also become necessary, when the number of days of default is
increased for a product.
If you specify that forward changes or reverse changes have to be carried out automatically,
the status changes will be carried out by the Automatic Contract Update function during BOD
processing. This is done on the day the change falls due. If the day on which the forward or
reverse status change is due happens to be a holiday, then, the processing would depend
upon your specifications in the Branch Parameters screen.
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If you have not specified that the forward or reverse changes should be carried out
automatically, the status remains unchanged till you change it for a bill, through the Contract
Processing function.
Advices to be generated for a status change
You can specify whether an advice has to be generated to inform the customer about the
status change of the bill.
Message
You can also specify the kind of advices, to be generated. You can generate advices, to notify
the customer of the forward status change and possibly urge him to take action, to make the
payments for liquidating the outstanding components.
You can specify the advice or message that you want sent to the customer, when a bill moves
automatically (forward) into the status you are defining. These messages or advices are
maintained by the messaging sub-system of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
4.1.15.2 Derivation Rule
You can use the following fields to define derivation rules:
Derivation Rule
If you have opted for automatic status change, specify the criteria (rules) based on which the
system will perform the status change. A bill is said to be in a specific status if any one of the
five conditions associated with the status holds true. If all the conditions are false, the bill will
automatically move to the next available status for which the condition is true.
You can define five conditions for each status. The conjunctions ‘AND’ and ‘OR’ can be used
to create multiple conditions. Use those buttons appropriately between each condition.
Elements
Select element based on which you need to build a condition for automatic status change of
bill. The drop-down list displays the following elements:

Credit Rating

Transfer Days

Maturity Days
Choose the appropriate one.
Operators
Select the operator for building a condition for automatic status change. You can use multiple
elements, in conjunction with the functions and arithmetic operators. The drop-down list
displays the following operators:

+ (add)

- (subtract)

* (multiply)

/ (divide)
Choose the appropriate one.
Logical Operators
Select the logical operator for building a condition for automatic status change. The system
uses the logical operators in combination with the elements for creating derivation rules. The
drop-down list displays the following logical operators:

> (greater than)
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
>= (greater than or equal to)

< (less than)

<= (less than or equal to)

= (equal to)

< > (not equal to)
Choose the appropriate one.
The ‘Customer Credit Rating’ field at the Customer level will be used as a SDE
CUSTOMER_CREDIT_RATING for defining status change rules. This will also be available
for provision rule definition at the CL product level.
Enter the following details.
Component
Specify the component for which the status is being defined.
Transfer Days
The number of days after which, a component should be moved to a particular status can vary
for each of the components of the bill.
The number of days is always counted as calendar days, from the maturity date specified for
the bill. The following example illustrates how this concept works:
For example,
In the example of Export Bills Discounted - 45 days, the following status are involved:

Past Due Obligation (PDO).

Non-accrual basis (NAB).

Write-off (WO).
For PDO status, the number of days that should result in a status change, for the different
components is defined as follows:
Component
Number of Days
Interest
15 days
Principal
30 days
Charges and
Fees
45 days
You enter a bill involving the product. The repayment on this bill is defaulted. The status of the
bill moves to PDO status after 15 days of default, in interest payment.
A bill involving this product is moved to PDO status after 15 days of default in interest
payment. The report on the bills with PDO status will indicate that for this bill only the interest
component is in PDO status.
The principal, of the bill will be reported to PDO for both interest and principal 30 days after
the maturity date. Similarly, for charge and fees, it will be reported after 45 days.
If the customer pays back the interest and keeps the principal outstanding, the bill will be
moved to PDO only after 30 days of default, in principal repayment.
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If you are defining varying number of days for the different components to move into a
particular status, each component will be in a different status at a given time. You may tend
to be more lenient with the repayment of the principal (since the principal earns interest). You
may specify a greater number of days for the principal to move from Active to PDO, than you
would, for the main interest component. You may specify 15 days for the principal to move
from Active status to PDO, while you specify just 5 days for the interest to move from Active
to PDO.
4.1.15.3 Indicating Movement Details
You may have a GL structure under, which bills in the Active status are reported in on GL,
while those with defaulted payments are in different GLs, depending on their status. For
example, the GL structure for discounted bills for 45 days could be as follows:
Status
GL
Active
1001ASSF
PDO
1001ASSF
NAB
1110ASSC
WO
1111ASSE
Upward/Downward Movement From GL
For each component, you should indicate the GL from which it has to be moved, when there
is a status change.
Upward/Downward Movement To GL
For each component, you should indicate the GL to which it has to be moved, when there is
a status change. For principal, the GL will be changed, while for the other components, the
receivable accounts will be moved to the new GL.
Accounting Role
Specify the accounting role (asset, liability, contingent asset, etc), for the GL into which the
bill has to be transferred, when its status changes.
Account Head
Also specify the new GL (accounting head), under which the bill has to be reported. Select an
option from the option list, which displays the description of the GL.
4.1.16
Setting up a Product for Bill Forfeiting
In order to perform bill forfeiting, you need to maintain specific products with the following setup:
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Invoke the ‘Bills and Collections Product Definition’ screen.
Operation
Select ‘Acceptance’ or ‘Discount’ from the option list.
Change of Operations Allowed
You can check the following options:

Acceptance to Discount (Only if operation chosen is ‘Acceptance’)

Discount to collection

Discount to Forfeiting
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4.1.16.1 Interest Button
Invoke the ‘Interest Details’ screen.
You need to set up the following interest components:

Main interest

Forfeiting interest component – This component should be linked to events FACP or
FDIS.

Rebate interest component – This should be linked to event FACP or FDIS.
Collection Method
You need to specify ‘Advance’ for the forfeiting and rebate interest components. You need to
indicate the collection method as ‘Arrears’ for the main interest component.
Rate Type
The forfeiting interest component should not be of type ‘Special’.
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4.1.16.2 Accounting Roles Button
Invoke the ‘Product Event Accounting Entries Maintenance’ screen.
You need to set up the accounting entries for the main and normal interest components for
the following events:

INIT

FACP

FDIS

BDIS
The accounting entries for forfeiting and rebate interest components should be defined for the
following events:

FACP

FDIS
Note
If interest component is linked to the event ‘BDIS’, the collection method is set as ‘Arrears’
and the bill is forfeited, the interest can be collected when the ‘FDIS’ event is triggered as
there won’t be any further processing on the bill.
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5. Processing Bills
5.1
Introduction
A contract is an instruction, wherein, a customer (drawer) approaches your bank to purchase,
negotiate, discount, or send for collection, a financial instrument called a bill. This written
instrument is an instruction instructing the drawee of the bill to pay a certain sum of money in
favour of your bank or at the order of your bank.
Such an instruction involves a sequence of events, but is treated as one contract in Oracle
FLEXCUBE.
For example, Ms Keturah Smith (exporter or drawer) in India draws a bill on Mr. Silas Reed
(importer or drawee) stationed in Paris in which the exporter Keturah Smith instructs Mr. Silas
Reed to pay the amount quoted on the bill to her bank Midas Bank, India, (exporters bank) or
to the order of Midas Bank.
Midas Bank after endorsing the bill in favour of Mr. Reed’s bank - Berliner Bank (collecting
bank) sends the bill for collection.
The collecting bank, on receiving the bill and it’s supporting documents, requests Mr. Reed to
make a payment against the bill. Berliner Bank will then remit the bill amount to Midas Bank
(issuing bank), and debit Mr. Reed’s account.
The collecting bank releases the documents to Mr. Reed, allowing him to claim the
merchandise.
The sequence of events involved, to affect the bill can be considered a bill contract. Thus, the
specific bills processed for the customers of your bank can be defined as a contract.
A Bills Contract would, therefore, require information on:

Who is the Drawer of the bill?

Who is the Drawee of the bill?

Is the bill drawn under an LC?

Is it a Sight or Usance or multi-tenor bill?

The operation that your branch is performing on the bill

The amount for which the bill is drawn and the currency in which it is expressed

Details of the parties involved in the bill

Details of the collecting bank (for export bill) or the remitting bank (for import bills)

Details of the merchandise that was traded

The documents that should accompany the bill

Specifications for the transportation of the consignment

The Insurance Company and the Policy Number
You have defined products to group together or categorize bills, which share broad
similarities. Under each product that you have defined, you can enter specific bills, based on
the needs of your customers. Each of these will constitute a contract. While products provide
a general framework and serve to classify or categorize bills, contracts are customer specific.
By default, a bill inherits all attributes of the product to which it is associated. This means that
you will not have to define these general attributes, each time you input a bill involving a
product.
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This chapter contains the following sections:
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Section 5.1, "Introduction"
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Section 5.2, "Bills and Collections Contract Input Details"
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Section 5.3, "Multi Tenor Bills"
Bills and Collections Contract Input Details
This section contains the following topics:
5.2.1
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Section 5.2.1, "Creating a Bills Contract"
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Section 5.2.2, "Main Tab"
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Section 5.2.3, "Details Tab"
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Section 5.2.4, "Additional Tab"
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Section 5.2.5, "Parties Tab"
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Section 5.2.6, "Documents Tab"
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Section 5.2.7, "Exception Tab"
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Section 5.2.8, "Discrepancies Tab"
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Section 5.2.9, "Rollover Tab"
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Section 5.2.10, "Drafts Tab"
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Section 5.2.11, "Insurance Tab"
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Section 5.2.12, "Invoice Tab"
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Section 5.2.13, "Packing Credit Tab"
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Section 5.2.14, "Purchase Details Tab"
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Section 5.2.15, "Multi Tenor Tab"
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Section 5.2.16, "Viewing Bills and Collections Contract Input Details"
Creating a Bills Contract
You can invoke the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen by typing
‘BCDTRONL’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button.
The ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen will be displayed. Click the new
button on the toolbar.
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If you are calling a contract that has already been entered, double click on a contract from the
summary screen.
Through the screens that follow in this section you can process all type of bills - Import and
Export (both domestic and international).
You can choose to enter the details of a contract either by:

Copying the details, from an existing contract and changing only the details that are
different for the contract, you are entering
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Using your keyboard and the option lists that are available at the various fields, to enter
the details of the bill afresh
To facilitate quick input, you only need to enter the product code. Based on the product code
you choose, many of the fields will be defaulted. You can over write these defaults to suit your
requirement. You can also add further, which are specific to the bill like the bill amount.
Product Code
Enter the code of the product to which you want to link the contract. You can select an
authorized product code from the adjoining option list. The contract will inherit all the attributes
of the product you have selected.
Product Description
This is a description of the product code that you have selected.
Contract Reference
The Contract Reference Number identifies a contract uniquely. It is automatically generated
by the system for each contract. The Contract Reference Number is a combination of the
branch code, the product code, the date on which the contract is booked (in Julian format) and
a running serial number for the booking date.
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The Reference Number consists of a three-digit branch code, a four-character product code,
a five-digit Julian Date and a four-digit serial number.
The Julian Date has the following format:
YYDDD
Here, YY stands for the last two digits of the year and DDD for the number of day(s) that has/
have elapsed, in the year.
User Reference
In addition, a contract is also identified by a unique User Reference Number. By default, the
Contract Reference Number generated by the system will be taken as the User Reference
Number. But you have the option to change the User Ref Number.
Oracle FLEXCUBE also provides you the facility to generate the user reference number in a
specific format. However, the number, thus generated will be non-editable.
Note
You can specify a format for the generation of the User Reference Number in the ‘Sequence Generation’ screen available in the Application Browser. Refer to the Core Services User Manual for details on maintaining a sequence format.
Characteristics
Characteristics of the product are displayed here.
Stage
Select the stage at which your branch is processing the bill from the drop-down list. The
options available are:
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Initial

Final
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Registered
Use the ‘Initial’ stage of processing if the documents received are pending approval from the
applicant. When a bill is processed in the Initial stage, no accounting entries will be passed.
You can indicate ‘Registered’ only if you are processing a collection.
Operation
The operations that you can perform on a bill are determined by the type of bill you are
processing and on the operation you perform on the bill. The operation that you perform on a
bill, also determines the accounting entries, that are passed and the messages that will be
generated.
You can select an operation from the option list available. The type of operation that you can
perform on a bill has been listed below:
Incoming (International and
domestic)
Outgoing (International and
domestic)
Advance
Negotiation
Payment
Payment
Discounting
Discounting
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Collection
Collection
Acceptance
Acceptance
Purchase
Transfer
‘Transfer’ (TRF) operation indicates transfer of bills to third party. If you check the ‘Collection
to Transfer’ option, then this operation will be listed in the operation option list. You can select
this operation during Amendment, where the current operation is ‘Collection’ and the bill is in
Initial Stage.
This operation will be listed even if the ‘Collection to Transfer’ flag at the product level is not
checked. A validation will be made during save if this operation is selected when the product
level flag is unchecked.
On save of the contract, TRFB event will be fired.
The accounting entries posted as part of book event gets reversed. Additionally, the following
entries are passed as part of TRFB event for charges:
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
Receivable A/c
<Comp>_LIQD
Dr
Income
<Comp>_LIQD
Cr
The Bills Contract Details screen contains a header and a footer that has containing fields
specific to the contract you are entering. Besides these, there are six tabs and a vertical array
of five icons through which, you can enter details of the bill. Contract details are grouped into
the various screens according to the similarities they share.
The Bills Contract Screen is designed to contain seven tabs along the lines of which, you can
enter details of the contract. The seven tabs are:
Tabs
Description
Main
Click on this tab to enter the essential details of the bill you are processing.
Details
In this screen you can enter the fields that provide detailed information about the contract.
Additional
Click this tab capture the processing details
Parties
In the screen that corresponds to this tab, you can enter details of all
the parties involved in the bill. This screen along with its fields have
been detailed under the head Entering Party Details
Document/ Shipments
In the screen corresponding to this tab you can enter details of the
documents required under a bill and the clauses that should accompany the documents.
You can also specify details, of the merchandise that was traded and
the shipping instructions based on which, the goods were transported.
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Exceptions
Click on this tab to enter details of the exception tracers that should
be generated for the exceptions that occur while processing the bill.
Discrepancies
In the screen that corresponds to this tab, you can enter details of the
discrepancies that occur while processing the bill.
The screen also captures details of the tracers that should be generated for Reserve exceptions.
Rollover
Click on this tab to maintain rollover details for the bill.
Drafts
Click this tab to view the components that make up the Bill Amount.
Insurance
Click this tab to associate the appropriate Insurance Company with
the Bill contract.
Invoice
Click this button to define the invoice margin that should be withheld
whenever an invoice is raised against a discounted bill.
Packing Credit
Click this tab to specify Pre Shipment Loan details and view Linked
or Settled loans
Purchase Details
In the screen that corresponds to this tab, you can enter details for a
Bill purchase.
Multi Tenor
Click this tab to maintain multi tenor details.
In the Contract Detailed screen there is a horizontal toolbar. The buttons on this toolbar
enable you to invoke a number of functions that are vital to the processing of a bill. Enter valid
inputs into all the mandatory fields; or to save the contract. The contract can be saved by
either by selecting ‘Save’ from the Application tool bar or clicking save icon.
On saving the contract, your User ID will be displayed in the Entry By field at the bottom of the
screen. The date and time at which you saved the record will be displayed in the Date/Time
field.
A contract that you have entered should be authorized by a user, bearing a different login Id,
before the EOD is run. Once the contract is authorized, the ID of the user who authorized the
contract will be displayed in the Auth By field. You can authorize a payment by clicking the
‘Authorize’ icon on the Application toolbar. Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to go back to the
Application Browser.
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Main Tab
While defining a product, you have already defined a broad outline that will be applicable to
all bills involving the product. However, while processing a bill involving a product, you need
to enter information specific, to the bill you want to process. This information is captured
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through the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen. Click on the tab titled
‘Main’ to capture the essential details of the bill.
You can capture the following details related in this ‘Main’ tab.
Customer Details
Enter the following details.
LC Customer
Specify the customer in whose name the LC was drawn.
LC Customer Name
The system displays the name of the LC customer.
LC Reference
If the export or import bill is under an LC that was advised by your bank, you can enter the
Reference number assigned to the LC, by your bank. The adjoining option list will display LC
contracts with Credit Mode as ‘Mixed Payment’ for a Multi Tenor Bill Contract.. If the bill is
linked to a product for which the ‘Reimbursement Claim’ option is checked, the system will
display only the LC contracts under the operation ‘Reimbursement’.
If the linked LC is backed by an open insurance policy, the system will check if the option
‘Update utilization Automatically’ is checked for the policy or not. If the option is checked, the
system will re-instate the available amount on the policy to the extent of the bill amount and
correspondingly decrease the utilization on the policy. Similarly, if the bill contract is reversed
or a reversal is deleted, the policy utilization amount will be increased or decreased
respectively to the extent of the bill amount.
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If the LC module of Oracle FLEXCUBE has been installed at your bank, you can enter the
contract reference number assigned by the system to the LC. In which case the following
should be true of the LC:
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The status of the LC should be open
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It should be authorized
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The amount for which the bill is raised should be available under the LC
All the related details of the LC will be automatically picked up and defaulted to the relevant
fields of the Bills -Contract details screens.
Note
If the bill amount that you specify is greater than the amount available under the LC to
which it is associated, you will not be allowed to proceed with the processing of the bill.
Customer ID
In the Contract screen, you can capture details of the party who is your customer. The details
of the other parties involved in the bill are captured in the parties' screen.
Customer Name
The system displays the name of the specified customer ID based on the details maintained
at ‘Customer Maintenance’ level.
Party Type
Specify the Party Type of the customer. In the case of an Import bill, you should specify details
of the Drawee of the bill. If the Drawee is a customer of your bank you should specify the
customer reference, assigned to the customer, in the Customer Information File (CIF) of the
Core Services module of Oracle FLEXCUBE. The other details of the customer will be
automatically picked up.
If you are processing an Export bill, you should specify details of the Drawer of the bill. If the
drawer is a customer of your bank, you should specify the customer reference assigned to the
customer, in the Customer Information File (CIF) of the Core Services module of Oracle
FLEXCUBE. The other details of the customer will be automatically picked up.
If you are processing a reimbursement claim bill, the system will display only ‘ISSUING BANK’
in the adjoining option list.
Collection Reference
If you are entering the details of a bill that was registered earlier, you should indicate the
reference number assigned to the collection, when it was registered. All the details that you
specified for the collection, during registration will be defaulted to the Contract screen.
For example, a customer of your bank has requested you to collect a sum of money due to
him under a bill. You have registered the bill and sent it for collection. The reference number
assigned to the bill is - 000COB7993630007.
When you receive the sum due on the bill, you need to liquidate the bill. While doing this, you
need to specify the reference number allotted to the collection by Oracle FLEXCUBE when it
was registered i.e., 000COB7993630007.
Bill Details
Currency
Specify the currency in which the bill is drawn.
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Amount
Specify the amount for which the bill is drawn. While uploading an MT430, the system amends
the bill amount as per fields 33A or 33K of the incoming message and displays the new bill
amount in this field. If the bill is under an LC that is linked to an open insurance policy, the
system will re-instate the policy utilization with the bill amount.
On saving the transaction after entering all the required details in the system, the system
validates the value of the transaction amount against the following:
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Product transaction limit

User Input limit
If the transaction currency and the limit currency are different, then the system converts the
amount financed to limit currency and checks if the same is in excess of the product
transaction limit and user input limit. If this holds true, the system indicates the same with
below override/error messages:
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Number of levels required for authorizing the transaction

Transaction amount is in excess of the input limit of the user
Amount in Local Currency
System displays the amount for which the bill is drawn, in terms of the local currency.
Outstanding Amount
The outstanding amount which is the amount that is yet to be liquidated under the bill is
automatically displayed. In the case of a collection it is computed as follows:
Outstanding Amount = Bill Amount - Liquidation Amount
Rebate Amount
Specify the rebate amount for the reduction of bill amount. You can enter the rebate amount
only when the mode is Unlock and the stage is Final.
Transaction Details
Enter the following details:
Base Date Code
Specify a valid base date code which provides additional information for the maturity period,
from the adjoining option list.
Base Date Description
Enter a description for the Base Date.
Note
For multi tenor bills, the system generates the base date code from multi tenor tab
Base Date
The base date is the date from which, the tenor specified for the bill becomes effective. The
base date is used to calculate, the maturity date of the bill. In effect the tenor of the bill will
begin from this date.
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Note
For multi tenor bills, the system defaults the base date with the earliest base date specified
in the multi tenor tab.
For example, you indicate the base date of a bill to be 01 January 1999 and the tenor of the
bill as 45 days. The 45-day tenor of the bill will begin from 01 January 1999.
If you are processing a sight bill, the base date is the lodgment date and for a usance bill it
can be, the Invoice or the Shipping Date.
You have the option to change the Base date specified for the bill. The maturity date of the
bill is automatically updated using the new base date.
Note
When you accept an Inward Bill of Usance without specifying the Base Date, an Acceptance Advice in an MT 499 format will be generated. When you enter the Base Date for the
bill, the Acceptance Advice will be generated in an MT 412 format.
Tenor Days
Usance bills are generally associated with a tenor. The tenor of a bill is always expressed in
days. The tenor that you specify for a bill should be within the minimum and maximum tenor
specified for the product, to which the bill is linked.
The standard tenor defined for the product associated with the bill is defaulted. You can
change the default and specify a tenor, to suit the bill you are processing. If the product to
which the bill is associated is defined with the standard tenor as zero, you need to specify the
maturity and the expiry date of the bill.
If you attempt to save the bill without entering the expiry or maturity date you will be prompted
for an override.
Note
The tenor of a sight bill is always defaulted to zero days. You do not have an option to
change it.
For multi tenor bills, the system defaults the Maximum Tenor entered in multi-tenor tab
Transit Days
The transit days refer to the notional period for the realization of the proceeds of a sight or
matured usance bill. The transit days will be used in the computation of the maturity date, of
the bill.
Maturity Date
The maturity date is the date on which the bill falls due, for payment. The maturity date is
calculated in the following manner, based on the entries made to the previous fields.
Note
For multi tenor bills, the system defaults the Maximum maturity date entered in multi-tenor
tab in case of multi tenor bills
Maturity Date = Base date + Tenor + Transit days
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You can change the maturity date of a bill that is arrived at using the above method. However,
the maturity date that you specify should be later than or equal to the Value date specified for
the bill. While uploading an MT430, the system amends the bill maturity date as per fields 33A
or 33K of the incoming message and displays the new date in this field.
The system displays override messages:

If the BC expiry date is later than any of the linked collateral’s expiry date.

If the Maturity date extended as part of amendment is later than any of the limit line’s
expiry date.
Note
The system will validate when a new limit line is attached during actions other than New.
For a BC product under which you may be creating a contract here, you may have chosen
the ‘Consider as Discount’ option (specified through the ‘ICCF Details’ screen) and you
may have specified the interest collection method to be advance (specified through the
‘Bills and Collections Product - Preferences’ screen). In such a case, you cannot change
the ’Maturity Date’ here.
If we modify the maturity date for a sight bill, the transit days gets adjusted accordingly,
displaying an override. Similarly, for a usance bill, the tenor gets adjusted. An override is
displayed for the same.
For discounted export bills, you have the option to amend the maturity date of the bill. This
could mean a pre closure or extending the maturity date of the bill.
If you extend the maturity date of the LC, additional interest for the extended period will be
charged.
Transaction Date
The transaction date is the date on which, the bill was entered into Oracle FLEXCUBE. The
system automatically defaults the transaction date to today’s date. You cannot amend or
change the date that is defaulted.
Value Date
The Value date of a bill, is the date from which a bill becomes effective. The accounting entries
triggered off by events like input, amendment and liquidation hitting the Nostro and the
customer accounts will be passed as of the value date.
The Value date should be earlier than or the same as today’s date. The Value date can be
one of the following:

Today’s Date

A date in the past

A date in the future (you can enter a date in the future only if future dating has been
allowed for the product)
If you do not enter a value date for a bill, the system defaults to today’s date.
Note
The Value date of a bill should not be earlier than the Start Date or later than the End Date
specified for the product, involved in the bill.
For multi tenor bills, the system generates value date from the multi-tenor tab
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Debit Value Date
For accounting entries hitting nostro or customer accounts, you can specify a debit and credit
value date that is different from the value date specified for the bill.
The value date of the Bill will be defaulted as the Debit and Credit value date. You have an
option to change it to suit the requirement of the bill you are processing. In this case, the value
date of the bill will be used only for debiting and crediting GLs involved in the bill.
Credit Value Date
Specify the date on which credit entries should be posted.
LC Details
LC Issue Date
Specify the date on which the LC was issued.
LC Amount
The Letter of Credit Amount gets defaulted from the LC Contract. This is a display only field.
LC Liability Amount
The Letter of Credit Liability Amount also gets defaulted from the LC Contract. This is a
display only field.
For a collection bill, most of its details are captured during registration. The details of the
collection will be displayed in the respective fields of this screen, when you specify the
collection reference.
Their LC Reference
If you are processing an outgoing bill, under an LC, that was issued by another bank, you can
enter the Reference number assigned to the LC by the other bank.
Reimbursement Days
Enter the reimbursement days for the bill you are processing. The Reimbursement Claim for
the bill will be automatically generated on reimbursement (working) days prior to the Maturity
Date.
Assume that the Maturity Date of a bill is March 23, 2001. You specify the Reimbursement
Days as ‘2’. Two working days prior to the Maturity Date (that is, March 21, 2001), as part of
the BOD process, the Reimbursement Claim (MT 742) for the bill will be automatically
generated.
Confirmed Amount
When you book a bill contract under a letter of credit, the system displays the current
confirmed amount of the letter of credit contract.
Available Confirmed Amount
When you book a bill contract under a letter of credit, the system displays the current available
confirmed amount of the letter of credit contract.
Unconfirmed Amount
When you book a bill contract under a letter of credit, the system displays the current
unconfirmed amount of the letter of credit contract.
Available Unconfirmed Amount
When you book a bill contract under a letter of credit, the system displays the current available
unconfirmed amount of the letter of credit contract.
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Liquidation Details
Liquidation Amount
On selection of 'Liquidate' option in tool bar, user can enter the bill amount to be liquidated.
This is a display only field which shows the actual bill amount which is liquidated once a bill is
liquidated.
Note
For multi tenor bills, the system defaults the sum of total liquidation amount from multi-tenor tab in case of multi tenor bills
Liquidation Date
A liquidation date is meaningful, if you have specified that the bill should be automatically
liquidated. By default, the liquidation date of a bill is taken to be the maturity date specified for
the bill.
The Auto liquidation function will automatically liquidate the bill on the liquidation date that you
specify.
Note
Suppose you are processing an acceptance bill, for which you had specified automatic
change of operation from acceptance to advance. Then the automatic processes run as
part of EOD or BOD will automatically change the operation of the bill from Acceptance to
Advance on it’s liquidation date.
Their Charge Currency
You can capture the charge details of other banks (for instance, the charge levied by the
remitting bank on an import bill) in the ‘Their Charge’ fields. In this field you can specify the
charge currency.
Their Charge Amount
Specify the charge amount here. In a phased manner, you can settle this charge by debiting
your customer and crediting the correspondent bank.
Interest Liquidation Mode
At the time of final liquidation of principal, you have the option of either recovering interest
immediately or later. The interest liquidation mode with ‘immediate’ and ‘deferred’ values are
enabled only at the time of final liquidation of principal.
If ‘immediate’ option is selected at the time of final liquidation, of principal, the entire
outstanding interest will be liquidated along with the principal and the contract status becomes
’liquidated’.
If ‘deferred’ option is chosen at the time of final liquidation of principal, only principal gets
liquidated and recovery of interest gets deferred. The contract status would remain ‘active’.
The outstanding interest can be liquidated later either partially in stages or fully through BC
interest payment screen. Once the entire outstanding interest gets liquidated, contract status
will be shown as ‘liquidated’.
In case the rollover of the bill is specified after the maturity date of the bill, the contract will
have interest components along with penalty interest on principal as outstanding. You need
to specify the mode in which the system liquidates both the interest components i.e. Normal
and Penal components by choosing either of the following:
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Immediately: At the time of final liquidation, the system liquidates all outstanding interest
components and transfers the outstanding Principal to new Bills Contract.

Deferred: At the time of final liquidation, the system only transfers the outstanding
Principal to new Bills contract without liquidating the interest components. These
interest components can be liquidate partially or fully using Bills Payment Online.
Note
Oracle FLEXCUBE does not support backdated or future dated rollover. The value date
for the Rollover event will always be the current system date.
In case of auto liquidation, the system will apply ‘Immediate’ mode to liquidate the bill.
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Details Tab
Click the ‘Details’ tab and invoke the following screen.
Interest Details
From Date
Enter the date from which all tenor-based components of the bill should be calculated. The
‘from’ date that you enter should not be later than today’s date. It is mandatory for you to enter
a start date for all bills, with at least one tenor based interest component.
To Date
Enter the date upto which the tenor based components of the bill should calculated. These
components will be calculated for the period between the Interest ‘From’ date and the ‘to’
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date. This date should be later than or equal to today’s date. If the non-penalty interest
components of the bill are to be collected in advance, it is mandatory for you indicate a ‘To
date’.
The tenor based interest components of the bill will be calculated for the period between the
‘Interest From date’ and the ‘To date’.
Note
For a BC product under which you may be creating a contract here, you may have chosen
the ‘Consider as Discount’ option (specified through the ‘ICCF Details’ screen) and you
may have specified the interest collection method to be advance (specified through the
‘Bills and Collections Product - Preferences’ screen). In such a case, you cannot change
the Interest ‘To Date’ here.
Grace Days
The grace period indicates the period, after the To date specified for a bill within which the
penalty interest (if one has been defined for the product to which the bill is linked) will not be
applied. This period is defined as a specific number of days and will begin from the date the
repayment becomes due. If the repayment is made after the due date, but within the grace
period, penalty is not changed.
Penalty interest will be applied on a repayment made after the grace period. The penalty
interest will be calculated for the entire period it has been outstanding (that is, from the date
the payment was due).
For example, the repayment on Mr. Silas Reed’s bill is due on June 15, 1999 (maturity date).
You have specified a grace period of 5 days, after which a penalty interest of 2% will be
imposed.
Bill repayment made within the grace period
Now, if Mr. Reed makes the payment on June 18, which falls within the grace period, he will
not have to pay penal interest.
Bill repayment made after the grace period
If he makes the payment after the expiry of the grace period, that is, after June 20, then he
will be charged penal interest right from June 16 onwards (the repayment date) and not from
June 20, the day the grace period expires.
Note
The penalty type Interest Components of a bill will become applicable after the To date +
No of Grace days, for penalty defined for the bill.
Allow Prepayment
Check this box to allow prepayment
Refund Interest
Check this box to refund interest for the following:

Reduction of Bill Amount as Rebate

Reduction of Maturity Date

Back dated liquidation

Early Liquidation
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Recovery Interest Rate
Specify the recovery interest rate to capture interest rate during refund of interest due to
rebate.
Recovery Interest Rate Code
Specify the recovery interest rate code.
Note
If the recovery interest rate and recovery interest code is not specified then the rate applicable for the interest component is considered as recovery interest rate.
Acceptance Commission Details
For Incoming Bills in Acceptance stage you can specify the dates for calculating the
commission components. Indicate the From date and To date in the respective fields.
From Date
The system starts the computation of commission from the date specified here. This date
must be later than or equal to the base date.
To Date
Indicate the end date for calculating the commission. The minimum/maximum tenor specified
in the product underlying the contract has to be adhered to.
Based on the preferences for acceptance commission, the system calculates the commission:

In case the Acceptance commission is collected in Advance, the system liquidates the
commission during the INIT event.

On moving a bill from acceptance to advance, the pending accruals are passed as part
of Acceptance to Advance (BADV) event.

In case the Acceptance commission is calculated in Arrears, the system liquidates the
commission during BADV event. However, in case of no change in the operation, the
system liquidates the commission during LIQD event.
Acceptance commission is always calculated based on the original bill amount and ‘From’ and
‘To’ dates specified for acceptance commission irrespective of BADV/Liquidation date and
Mode of liquidation (Partial or Full liquidation).
Cash Collateral Details
When your bank accepts discounts or advances a bill on behalf of its customers, the bank in
reality undertakes to pay even if the confirming bank does not fulfil its obligation, under the
bill. Thus, accepting or advancing a bill is a liability for your bank.
Ideally, you would track your exposure to the credit-seeking customer, under a Credit Line.
The credit granted to a customer under a Credit Line can be backed by Collateral that the
customer offers. Often you may accept cash, as collateral for the bill.
Collateral Description
Here you can enter collateral details that are specific to the bill you are processing. Enter a
description of the collateral in the dialog box that pops up. These details are intended for the
internal reference of your bank and will not be printed on any of the advices generated for the
bill.
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Collateral Currency
This is the currency in which the cash collateral account is opened. Select a valid currency
code from the option list of currencies allowed for the product, which the bill involves.
Note
Collateral currency will be defaulted to LC collateral currency if ‘Transfer Collateral from
LC’ option is checked in Bills Preference and cannot be modified.
Collateral Amount
Here you can express the value of cash collateral in the currency specified in the previous
field.
Transferred Collateral Amount
Specify the transferred collateral amount.
Outstanding Collateral Amount
Outstanding Collateral amount is sum of collateral amount and transferred collateral amount.
Outstanding collateral will be updated with Bills Collateral Amount, when you save the
contract. This is a display field. Field ‘Outstanding Collateral’ will be updated with remaining
collateral amount, after each Bill liquidation.
Transfer Collateral from LC
This is defaulted from the product. However, you can modify it at contract level during bill
booking. Later this cannot be changed. This indicates that the collateral amount may be
collected from LC as part of Bill availed under LC.
Transferred Collateral gives the LC collateral amount in LC collateral currency to the extent
of Bill Booked is transferred to bill.
Liquidate Using Collateral
This is defaulted from the product. However, you can modify this at any point in time prior to
bill liquidation. If this is checked, it indicates that the bill should be liquidated using the
collateral amount.
If ‘Liquidate Using Collateral’ is checked, then proportionate collateral amount will be used for
bill liquidation.
Charge Details
Enter the following details.
Pass Our Charges to Drawee/Drawer
During initiation of a bill, you can indicate that the drawer’s charges can be passed on to the
drawee. Check against this option to indicate that the remitting bank can pass on our charges
to the drawee.
Pass Interest to Drawee/Drawer
Check this option to indicate that the drawer’s interest can be passed on to the drawee.
Our Charges Refused
During liquidation of an incoming bill, the drawee may refuse to pay the drawers charges.
Check against this option to indicate the same.
Your Charges Refused
During liquidation of an incoming bill, the drawee may refuse to pay the charges due. Check
against this option to indicate that the drawee has refused to pay the charges due.
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Claim Advice in Swift
Check this box to claim advice in swift.
Template ID
The system displays the template ID.
Document Details
Enter the following details.
Letter Dated
Specify the date printed on the covering letter of the documents based on which the contract
was entered. This date can be used to retrieve information on pending documents. Note that
this date cannot be greater than the application date.
Document Original Received
This field is applicable only to Documentary bills. Here you can indicate whether the original
set of documents that are required under the bill have been received.
Document Duplicate Received
This field is applicable only to Documentary bills. Here you can indicate whether the duplicate
set of documents that are required under the bill have been received.
If you had indicated negatively in the ‘Document Original Received’ field you should indicate
positively in this field. This is because the bill contract should be entered based on the first set
of documents that are received.
Acknowledgement Received
Check this option to indicate that an acknowledgement has been received from the collecting
bank to confirm the receipt of collection.
For an existing contract, if you check this option, the system will trigger the ACKB event.
Acknowledgement Date
If you have checked the option ‘Acknowledgement Received’, specify the date on which
acknowledgment is received.
These fields get updated during an upload of MT410. During contract amendment too, these
fields can be modified. The system will trigger the ACKB event on saving.
Other Details
Collect LC Advising Charges From
Specify the bank from which the LC advising charges should be collected. The drop-down list
displays the following options:

Issuing Bank – If you choose this, the system derives the counterparty details for ISB
based on the linked LC and applies LC advising charges accordingly.

Beneficiary Bank – If you choose this, the system deducts the advising charges from the
reimbursement claim and processes the remaining amount. This amount will be
mentioned in MT756.

None – If you choose this, the system will not impose any advising charges
Choose the appropriate one. The amount shown in MT756 is dependent on the bank chosen
here. Hence, while generating MT756, the system observes this field and updates the field
‘Amount’ accordingly.
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Note
This field is applicable to reimbursement bills only.
Further Identification
Select further identification from the adjoining drop-down list. the options available are:

Debit

Negotiate

Accept

Reimburse

Remitted
Check Number
In case the payment for the bill has been made by cheque, specify the cheque number here.
Parent Contract Reference
You can view the reference number of the parent contract if the current contract is a child
contract.
Loan Contract Reference
This is the reference number of the loan that is created automatically at the time of liquidation
of the Bill. You will not be allowed to change this reference number.
Provision Amount
Specify the amount set aside for provisioning.
Internal Remarks
You can enter information describing the contract details here. This will be available when you
retrieve information on the contract. These remarks will not be printed on any of the advices
generated for the bill.
Contract Status Details
While defining a product, you have also specified the various stages or status that the bill
should pass through, if repayment is not made on the due date against a bill. These details
are defaulted to all the bills that involve the product. The current status of a bill will be
displayed along with the date on which the bill moved into the status.
Status as of Date
The system displays the contract status. If you have specified the status change as a manual
event, you can change the status of a bill from one status to another in this screen. The option
list available for this field contains all the lists of Status codes, defined for the product, to which
this contract is linked.
User Defined Status
Specify the status of the bills contract. The option list displays all valid statuses that are
applicable. Choose the appropriate one.
Contract Derived Status
The system displays the derived status of the bills contract. You cannot modify this.
5.2.4
Additional Tab
There are some events that triggered automatically, when the batch process is run as part of
the EOD or BOD. Batch processing preferences for a product is specified in the Bills - Product
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Preferences screen. The preferences indicated for the product involved in the bill will be
defaulted. Click ‘Additional’ tab to change these defaults to suit the requirements of the bill
you are processing.
Specify the following details:
Product Defaults Details
Auto Status Control
A status change is one in which the status of a bill changes or moves, from one defined status
to another. In the Bills - Product Preferences screen, you can indicate whether the bills linked
to the product, should move from one status to another, automatically or manually. The
preference indicated for the product involved in the bill, will be defaulted. You can change the
default for the bill.
If you specify that status changes have to be carried out automatically, the status of the bill
will be automatically changed, after the specified number of days. If not, you have to change
the status of a bill through the Bills -Contract Details screen.
You can indicate other preferences for the status change like should the change be in the
forward or reverse direction, through the Bills - User Defined Status Maintenance screen.
Even if the product, to which a bill is associated, is specified with automatic status change,
you can manually change the status of the bill, before the automatic change is due.
However, if a product associated with the bill has been specified with manual status change,
you cannot specify automatic status change for the bill.
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Note
You will be allowed to specify whether automatic status change should be in the forward
or reverse direction in the Status Maintenance screen, only if you specify that automatic
status change is allowed.
Auto Liquidate
The components of a bill can be liquidated automatically or manually. In the Bills - Product
Preferences screen you can indicate the mode of liquidation. The preference indicated for the
product involved in the bill, will be defaulted. You can change the default.
If you choose the automatic mode of liquidation, the bill will be automatically liquidated, on the
day it falls due, by the Contract Auto Liquidation function run as part of the BOD processing.
If a bill for which you have specified auto liquidation matures on a holiday, the bill will be
processed based on your holiday handling specifications, in the Branch Parameters table.

If you have specified that the processing has to be done on the last working day before
the holiday, a bill maturing on a holiday will be liquidated during the EOD processing, on
the last working day before the holiday.

If you have specified that the processing, has to be done only up to the system date,
then the bills maturing on a holiday will be processed on the next working day after the
holiday, during the BOD process
If you do not specify auto liquidation, you have to give specific instructions for liquidation
through the Manual Liquidation screen, on the day you want to liquidate the bill.
Link to Loan
Check this box if you want to link an export bill contract to a loan. This is defaulted from the
product level. You are allowed to modify this.
Advance By Loan
Oracle FLEXCUBE provides the facility to book a loan through the Bills module. Check this
option to book a loan while liquidating the import bills. Once you have selected this option, you
need to specify the loan product and the bridge GL in the consecutive fields.
Note
You are allowed to create a loan only for import bills that are of Acceptance type and for
Usance and Sight import bills for both under LC and not under LC. In BC module, creation
of the loan is possible only at the time of Final liquidation and not during Auto or Partial
Liquidation.
In case you delete the Bill, the loan that is created through the bills contract will also be
automatically deleted. However, deletion o the loan alone is not possible. In case of reversal
of a bill, the system displays an override.
You cannot authorize the new loan contract outside the bill contract. When the liquidation of
the bill is authorized, the loan also gets authorized.
Allow Rollover
Specify whether the Bill contract can be rolled over into a new bill. This field is enabled only if
you have opted for the rollover option at the product level. You can choose to change this
option during initiation or amendment of the Bill.
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Note
If the box is unchecked, the Bill contract will not be rolled over even though rollover is specified at the product level.
Settle Available Amount
Oracle FLEXCUBE allows you to check if there are sufficient funds available in the customer’s
account. The system will settle the acceptance to the debit of whatever funds are available in
the account and auto creates a loan for the shortfall amount. If there is no sufficient balance
available in the customer’s account even after considering the OD limits, then the loan will be
created for the entire Bill Liquidation amount.
Check this box to verify the customer balance and in turn to create the loan for the shortfall
amount during liquidation. You can also amend the settlement account.
Note
This field is enabled only if the ‘Advance by Loan’ field is checked. The customer balance
check and loan creation is not applicable during Auto liquidation and will be applicable only
for Manual Liquidation.
Use LC Reference in Message
Choose this option if you would like to furnish the Related LC Reference Number in the
messages generated for the bill. If you do not choose this option, Field 20 of the SWIFT
messages and the mail messages generated for the bill will furnish the Bill Reference
Number.
Note
On liquidation of the bill, the advising charges transferred from export LC to the bill will be
liquidated. If you check this option, then, the User LC Reference Number is populated to
field 20 of the SWIFT messages generated for the bill.
LC Detail in Payment Message
If this option is checked then MT756 (Advice of reimbursement or Payment) is generated with
tag32B containing the LC Contract Currency and Amount.
Available for Rediscount
A discounted bill, which is in the final stage, can be made available for re-discounting. You
can indicate that a bill is eligible for rediscounting, by checking the field. The discounted bill
will be reported available for rediscounting, when they are in final stage but not yet matured.
Note
No processing will be done, based on your specifications to this field. It only helps retrieve
information, on discounted bills available for rediscounting. The Bills eligible for Rediscounting report, lists the bills that are eligible for rediscounting. Based on the report you
can send a discounted bill for rediscounting.
Auto Change of Operation Acceptance to Advance
If you are processing an acceptance type of bill, you can indicate whether the bill should be
automatically converted, into an advance type of bill on its liquidation date.
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Brokerage Details
Allow Brokerage
This preference is defaulted from the product screen.
Brokerage To Be Paid By Us
Check this box to indicate that the brokerage will be paid by the importer or exporter
depending on the bill product.
Note that this field will be enabled only if the box ‘Allow Brokerage’ is checked.
ICCF Pickup Details
For any export purchases, you can indicate whether you want to levy the charges and interest
in the ICCF pickup currency or the contract currency for the customer.
ICCF Pickup Currency
Indicate the currency in which interest and the charge pick-up will happen for the contract.
Exchange Rate
Specify the exchange rate between ICCF pick-up currency and contract currency. You are not
allowed to change the ICCF pickup currency for EIM (Effective Interest Method) contracts. It
gets defaulted to the contract currency and will be disabled here.

You have to manually select the settlement account for BC module tags in the ICCF
pickup currency. Settlement pickup of ICCF and charge tags will happen based on the
ICCF pickup currency.
In case where the charges and interest are based on ICCF pickup currency, you have to
maintain the ICCF rule as follows:
Currency Type
ICCF Rule
Transaction currency (Rule currency)
ICCF Pickup Currency
Basis Amount Currency
ICCF Pickup Currency
Charge Currency
ICCF Pickup Currency
Booking Currency
Charge Currency
For example, let us assume the following:
Bill Currency = USD
ICCF Pickup Currency = GBP
Exchange Rate = 12
So the ICCF rule will be as follows:
Currency Type
Currency
Transaction currency (Rule currency)
GBP
Basis Amount Currency
GBP
Charge Currency
GBP
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Booking Currency
GBP or USD
Floating rate pickup and customer margin pickup for interest components will be based on
ICCF pickup currency. So, you need to maintain the floating rate code and customer margin
for the respective ICCF pickup currency.
Also, if you want to apply charges in ICCF pickup currency, then you have to define the charge
component with amount tags suffixed by _ICCY. If charge components are defined with
normal bills amount tags, then charges will be computed in contract currency. Thus, you can
apply charges in contract currency or ICCF pickup currency based on basis amount tag of a
charge component.
Margin Details
Liquidated Amount
While liquidating a bill, the margin you retain for a bill during the discount is proportionally
released and displayed here.
Outstanding Amount
The Outstanding Margin Amount applicable to the bill at any point in time is displayed here.
The margin that you liquidate should be less than or equal to the outstanding margin
amount.Forfait Details
You can specify the following details:
Request Date
Specify the date on which your customer requests for bill forfeiting.
Document Submission Date
The requestor of forfeiting will invariably submit a document. This may or may not happen on
the date of request. So you can capture the date of submission of the forfeiting document
here.
Note
These two fields are only meant for information purpose. The system performs no processing or validation on them.
5.2.5
Parties Tab
In the Bills Contract Input screen, you have already specified details for the Counterparty of
the bill. The Parties screen can be used to record details pertaining to, all the parties involved
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in a bill. The documents, tracers, advices and messages that are generated for the bill, will be
sent to the concerned parties based on the details you specify in this screen.
You can capture the following details of the parties involved in the bill you are processing:

The party type of the customer

The CIF ID assigned to the party

The country to which the party belongs

The party’s mail address

The language in which tracers and messages should be sent to the party

The party reference

The media through which all tracers and advices should be routed

The party’s address(es) for the given media

Party Limits

Limit Amount: the amount for which the Limit needs to be tracked against each party.
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Note
When a Bill is booked by linking an LC which is partially confirmed, you can specify the
amount confirmed against the Issuer and track the limits for the same.
During Transfer operation, you can maintain the Transferee Bank (TRB) using the party type.
You can amend the Parties Tab. You can add a new party towards the third Bank (Transferee
Bank). Party details related to same shall also be added.
The following table contains a list of party types that can be involved in all types of bills:
Party Type
Party Description
DRAWER
Drawer
DRAWEE
Drawee
ISSUING BANK
Issuing Bank
NEG BANK 1
Negotiating Bank 1
NEG BANK 2
Negotiating Bank 2
BENEFICIARY
Beneficiary
ACCOUNTEE
Accountee
CASE NEED
Case Need
GURANTOR
Guarantor
ACCEPTING BANK
Accepting Bank
DISCNTING BANK
Discounting Bank
REMITTING BANK
Remitting Bank
COLLECTING BANK
Collecting Bank
REIMBURSING
BANK
Reimbursing Bank
CONFIRMING BANK
Confirming Bank
FORFAITING HOUSE
Forfaiting Bank/Institution
CLB
Claiming Bank
The parties that can be involved in a bill depend on the type of bill you are processing and on
the operation that you perform on the bill. The following table indicates the parties that can be
involved based on the operation that you perform on the bill:
Bill Type
Operation
Parties Applicable
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Incoming
Pay and
Advance
Accountee (if different from Drawee)
Issuing Bank (your bank)
Negotiating Bank
Reimbursing Bank
Drawer
Drawee
Incoming
Acceptance
Accountee (if different from Drawee)
Issuing Bank (your bank)
Negotiating Bank
Accepting Bank (your bank)
Drawer
Drawee
Incoming
Discount
Beneficiary
Accountee (if different from Drawee)
Discounting Bank
Negotiating Bank
Reimbursing Bank
Remitting Bank
Drawer
Drawee
Outgoing
Negotiation
Negotiating Bank 1
Negotiating Bank 2
Reimbursing Bank
Confirming Bank
Issuing Bank
Drawer
Drawee
Outgoing
Pay
Negotiating Bank 1
Negotiating Bank 2
Reimbursing Bank
Confirming Bank
Drawer
Drawee
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Outgoing
Acceptance
Accepting Bank
Issuing Bank
Reimbursing Bank
Negotiating Bank 1
Negotiating Bank 2
Confirming Bank
Drawer
Drawee
Outgoing
Discounting
Discounting Bank
Issuing Bank
Reimbursing Bank
Negotiating Bank
Confirming Bank
Drawer
Drawee
Incoming and Outgoing
Collection
Through Bank
Guarantor
Collecting Bank
Remitting Bank
Drawer
Drawee
Incoming and Outgoing
Reimbursement
Claiming Bank of the LC
In case of a reimbursement claim, the following parties are mandatory:

Negotiation Bank

Issuing Bank
While processing an outgoing collection bill, you have the option to change the party that you
specified earlier as the:

Collecting Bank

Drawee
To change the collecting bank you need to first change the Party Type of the previous
collecting bank to ‘Prev Collecting Bank’. Thereafter, select the new collecting Bank from the
option list. An amendment advice is sent to the previous collecting bank requesting them to
transfer the documents to the new collecting bank and a remittance letter is generated to the
new collecting bank.
To change the Drawee of a collection bill, you need to change the party type of the previous
Drawee to ‘Prev Drawee’ and select a new drawee from the option list. Similarly, to change
the Drawee of a Incoming Bill, you need to change the party type of the previous Drawee to
‘Prev Drawee’ and select a new drawee from the option list.
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Note
You can use a particular CIF ID only once in a bill that you process.
The details on central liability tracking that feature on this screen have been covered in the
chapter titled Specifying Central Liability tracking details
Limit
Specify the following details:
Serial Number
Specify the serial number of the limit.
Operation
When you click ‘Default’ button, the system defaults the operation specified in the main
screen.
Party Type
This indicates the type of the party whose credit limits need to be tracked.
If you click ‘Default’ button, in the first row, the system defaults the party type based on the
details maintained under ‘Parties’ tab of ‘BC Contract Details’ screen. However, you need to
make sure that the mandatory party details have been maintained under ‘Parties’ tab of the
screen.
When you add another row to the list, you can manually select the party type as required. If
you leave it blank, the system will automatically update the party type when you save the
contract.
Customer No
Specify the customer number of the party whose credit limits need to be tracked. The option
list displays the customer numbers of all the parties selected under ‘Parties’ tab. Choose the
appropriate one.
You need to make sure that the customer number corresponds to the party type selected
above. If the customer number and party type do not match, the system displays an error.
JV Parent
When you click ‘Default’ button, the system defaults the joint venture customer number of the
party. This customer number is defaulted based on the details maintained in ‘Joint Venture’
sub-screen of ‘Customer Maintenance’ screen.
Liability Number
When you click ‘Default’ button, the system defaults the liability number from ‘Joint Venture’
sub-screen of ’Customer Maintenance’ screen.
Type
Specify the linkage type. The drop-down list displays the following options:

Facility (Credit Line)

Collateral Pool
Choose the appropriate one.
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Linkage Reference No
Specify the reference number that identifies the facility or collateral pool. The option list
displays all valid facilities and collateral pools specific to the liability. Choose the appropriate
one.
In case you choose the same linkage reference for more than one record in the list, the system
displays an override message. You may choose to cancel or proceed with the selection.
% Contribution
Specify the proportion of limits to be tracked for the credit line or collateral pool for the joint
venture customer. When you click ‘Default’ button, the system defaults the percentage of
contribution maintained under ‘Joint Venture’ sub-screen of ‘Customer Maintenance’ screen.
It is mandatory to indicate the percentage of contribution if the party is a customer under joint
venture. This is not applicable to customers who are not a part of joint venture.
Note
For one joint venture, the total percentage of contribution in all applicable credit lines together cannot be more than 100%.
Amount Tag
Specify the amount tag. The system tracks the limits for non joint venture customers based
on the amount tag. The amount tags applicable to BC contracts are listed below:

Bill Amount

Amount Purchased

Confirmed Amount

Unconfirmed Amount
Choose the appropriate one. If you do not specify the amount tag, the system will track the
limits based on the bill amount or the amount purchased for a combination of customer,
liability and facility.
For joint venture customers, you need to choose ‘Bill Amount’ as the amount tag. Other
amount tags are not applicable to joint ventures.
Limit Amount
When you click ‘Default’ button, the system defaults the amount tracked for each credit line.
In case of joint venture customers, the system derives the amount as follows:

In case PUR and DIS operations, amount is derived on the basis of the Amount
Purchased

In case of other operations, amount is derived on the basis of the Bill Amount
In case of non joint venture customers, the amount is calculated based on the percentage of
contribution.
For joint venture customers, the total bill amount is shared by different facilities/pools based
on the percentage specified.
The total percentage of contribution for the joint venture customers need to be 100%.
Otherwise, the system displays the error message as “(EL-CUST01) Sum total of limits
percentage contribution should be 100”
For non joint venture customers, the system tracks the limits based on the amount tag.
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5.2.5.1
Updating Limits on Reversal or Deletion of Bills Contract
Oracle FLEXCUBE allows you to reverse or delete a Bills contract. On reversal or deletion of
a bill, the limits tracked for all joint venture customers are reduced proportionately. The limits
tracked for non joint venture customers are reduced to the extent to which it was tracked.
When a BC contract is reversed, limit update happened during BC contract booking will also
be reversed. The available amount of the limit line will be reinstated to the extent of LC
availment amount and the matured amount of the limit will be reduced to the extent of LC
availment amount.
When a BC contract booked under an LC is reversed, the following events will be triggered in
the same sequence.
1. RAVL-Triggered on the LC contract for reversal of the corresponding availment
2. RVSG- Triggered on the LC contract for reversal of the cancellation of the Shipping
Guarantee, when an SG is linked
3. RVCA- Triggered on the shipping guarantee contract for roll back of cancellation of the
Shipping Guarantee, when an SG is linked
4. REVR-Triggered on the BC contract for reversal of the contract
5.2.5.2
Updating Limits on Liquidation of Bills Contract
On liquidation of a Bills contract, the limits tracked for all joint venture customers are reduced
proportionately. The limits tracked for non joint venture customers are reduced to the extent
to which it was tracked.
5.2.6
Documents Tab
A bill, as an instrument of trade finance, involves trade transactions. Such transactions involve
merchandise, a mode of transportation and documents that accompany the goods in the case
of a documentary bill.
You can specify document, goods and shipping details only for documentary bills under an
LC or not under an LC. You can specify these details in the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract
Input - Detailed’ screen by clicking on the tab titled ‘Document/Shipment’.
If the LC module of Oracle FLEXCUBE has been installed at your bank, and the documentary
bill is under an LC, then the document, goods and shipping details will be automatically picked
up on specifying the reference number of the related LC. You will not be able to amend the
details, defaulted from the related LC.
If the bill is under a reimbursement claim, you will not be able to save details in this screen.
The system will display an error message while saving the contract if you have entered details
in this screen.
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For the documentary bills that are processed at your branch, you can keep track of the
documents that are required under the bill. You can indicate:

If the original set of documents that are required under the bill have been received (and
the number of copies of the same)

If the duplicate set of documents that are required under the bill have been received

The date printed on the covering letter of the documents based on which the contract
was entered. This date can be used to retrieve information on pending documents.
Documents Details
There are some standard documents that may be required under a documentary bill. For
documentary bills not under an LC, the documents specified for the product to which the bill
is linked, will be defaulted to this screen. The details specified for these documents like the
document type, description, the clauses specified for the document are also defaulted from
the product. You can edit the list of documents, as well as the contents of the documents to
suit the bill you are processing.
As two sets of documents are sent or received for a bill, there is a provision to capture details
regarding the documents sent in both mails. The first set is recorded as I Mail and the second
as II Mail. In this field you can also capture the number of documents issued along with the
number of documents required. The data is captured in NN/MM format where NN denotes
number of documents required and MM signifies number of documents issued.
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If the LC module of Oracle FLEXCUBE has been installed at your bank, and the documentary
bill is under an LC, the documents picked up, when you specify the reference number of the
related LC. You will however, not be able to amend the list of documents defaulted from the
related LC.
The BC Contract online function will validate whether the supplied document reference has a
shipping guarantee against it. This will be done only for import bills and if the ‘Validate
shipping guarantee’ field is checked for the document code in the document codes
maintenance.
The following processing will be carried out after capturing the document reference in
documents screen of import bills.

For the document code, Oracle FLEXCUBE will check if the validate shipping guarantee
flag is ‘Y’ in the document code maintenance

If the above condition is satisfied, the system will check if the document reference exists
in any of the shipping guarantee for the same document code.

If a document reference exists then the system gives an override ‘ Document reference
exists for the shipping guarantee’

If a document reference is not found then the system gives an override ‘ Document
reference does not exist for the shipping guarantee’
Note
BC Upload processing will validate the document reference against shipping guarantee
documents if the bill is import LC and validate shipping guarantee for the document code
is ‘Y’.
You can add to or delete from the list of documents that are defaulted from the product. To
add to the list of documents defaulted for a bill, click add icon and select the code that
identifies the document, from the list of document codes maintained in the Documents
Maintenance screen. The other details of the document will be defaulted to this screen. To
delete a document, that is not required for the bill you are processing, highlight the document
code and click delete icon.
Clause
There are some standard clauses, which should appear on the documents that are required
under a documentary bill. In this screen you can indicate the clauses that should accompany
a document
For documentary bills not under an LC, the clauses that you specified for a document, while
defining the product are defaulted to this screen. In addition, the details specified for these
clauses, like it’s description, are defaulted from the product.
When you highlight a document code, all the clauses defined for the document are displayed.
You can add to or delete from the list of clauses that are defaulted. To add to the list of clauses
defaulted for a bill, click add icon and select the code that identifies the clause, from the list of
clauses maintained, in the Clause Maintenance screen. The description of the clause will be
displayed, based on the clause code that you select. To delete a clause that is not required
for the bill you are processing, highlight the clause code and click delete icon.
If the LC module of Oracle FLEXCUBE has been installed at your bank, and the documentary
bill is under an LC, then the clauses specified for documents will be automatically picked up,
when you specify the reference number of the related LC. You will not be able to amend the
list of clauses, defaulted from the related LC.
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Shipment Details
There are certain standard requirements and conditions associated with the shipment of the
merchandise, based on which the bill was drawn. You can specify the following shipping
details for a bill.

The location from which the goods transacted under the bill were shipped

The destination to which the goods transacted under the bill were dispatched or
transported

The latest date by which shipment should be made

The date on which the shipment was made

The carrier that carried the goods

The date on which the goods arrived at its destination.

Besides these details, you can also specify details like:

–
Was trans-shipment allowed
–
Was partial shipment of the goods allowed
The INCO term for the bill
Note
The system will display an override message if the shipment date is later then the latest
shipment date of the LC Contract.
When you specify the import or export bill details, the system will verify if the Bill Amount
is lesser than linked LC amount. If you have not checked ‘Partial Shipment Allowed’ field,
then the system will display the following override message:
–
LC is not fully availed though partial shipment is disallowed.
Goods Details
A bill is an instrument of payment, for trade transactions. Trade transactions involve goods
that are transported from one destination to another. You have maintained the list of standard
goods that are traded, in the Goods Maintenance screen.
In this screen, you can specify a description of the goods that were traded for the payment of
which the bill was raised. After you select the code that identifies the goods, its description
(which contains details of the merchandise traded) will be picked up and displayed
automatically.
You can edit the description that is defaulted to suit the requirements of the bill you are
processing. Your can also enter specifications such as the quality and quantity of the
merchandise.
If the LC module of Oracle FLEXCUBE has been installed at your bank, and the bill is under
an LC, the goods will be defaulted, when you specify the reference number of the related LC.
You will however, not be able to amend the list of clauses defaulted from the related LC.
These details are used only for information purposes. The system will not validate the date
you capture here

If the bill is not under LC, the INCO Term will be defaulted from linked product. The
document and clause details will be displayed based on the maintenance for the INCO
term in the ‘INCO Term Maintenance’ screen

If the bill is under LC, the INCO term, document and clause details will be displayed from
the linked LC contract.
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
5.2.6.1
For bills under LC, you cannot modify the INCO term. The system will show an override/
error message while saving the contract if you attempt changing the defaulted INCO
term.
SWIFT Messages for the Documents Received
When you receive a document for Usance LCs, an Authorization to Reimburse Advice in an
MT 740 format will be generated.
While indicating the messages that should be generated at the event (INIT), you should also
associate the pre-shipped advice tag LC_AUTH_REIMB to the event. When the Bills Contract
is authorized, the MT 740 is generated from the Outgoing Message Browser with the bills
contract reference number and it displays all the details of the LC contract excluding the credit
amount.
The expiry date of LC contract and maturity date from Bills contract are also displayed in the
generated MT740 message. For swift MT740 message, the 31D field will display the expiry
date specified in the LC contract and 42P field will display the maturity date specified in the
BC contract. But for mail MT740, the system will display both LC and BC dates.
The bill amount that is defaulted includes the contract and its currency. However, the BC
amount will be converted to LC contract currency equivalent using STANDARD mid rate in
case the LC contract currency is different from the bill contract currency.
5.2.7
Exception Tab
Tracers are reminders, sent to various parties involved in a bill indicating that an exception
that has occurred, while processing the bill.
To specify the tracers that should be generated for each exception, click on the tab titled
‘Exceptions’ in the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen. If the bill is under
a reimbursement claim, you will not be able to save details in this screen. The system will
display an error message while saving the contract if you have entered details in this screen.
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In this screen you can capture tracer details for the following exception events:

Payment Exception

Acceptance Exception
The details specified for the product involved in the bill will be defaulted. You can change the
defaults to suit the requirements of the bill you are processing.
There are two types of messages that can be sent, each time an exception tracer is
generated. One to the party who needs to be reminded, to take action to resolve the exception
(exception tracer) and the another to the party, who needs to be informed about the current
status of the exception (advice of fate tracer).
In this screen, you can specify details for the generation of both types of messages.
Pay Exception
Tracer Required
You can indicate whether the exception tracer is applicable to the bill you are processing. You
can select one of the following options:

Required -If you specify that a tracer is applicable to a bill, you should also specify the
number of tracers that should be generated, for the exception.

Not Required -You can select this option to indicate that the exception tracer is not
applicable, to the bill you are processing.

Till resolved -If you indicate that the tracer should be generated until the exception is
resolved, you need not specify the number of tracers that should be sent. This is
because the tracer will be generated at the frequency that you specify, until the
exception is resolved.
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Tracers to be Sent
If you have indicated that the tracer is applicable, to the bill you are processing, you should
also specify the maximum number of tracers that should be generated, for each of the
exception events.
The number of copies specified for the product to which the bill is linked will be displayed. You
can change the default and specify a number, to suit the bill you are processing.
If you have indicated that the tracer should be generated until the bill is resolved, the value
9999 is displayed, indicating that the tracer will be generated until the exception is resolved.
Tracer Medium
For each of the exception tracers that you specify for a bill, you can also indicate the medium
through which the tracer should be generated.
The preferred medium specified for the product to which the bill is linked is defaulted. The
media supported include:

Mail

Telex

SWIFT
If the tracer is generated through SWIFT an MT420 will be generated.
Tracer Frequency
You can specify the frequency (in days) with which, the tracer should be generated to the
concerned parties (after the Start days) involved in the bill.
Tracers Sent
The system displays the number of tracers that have been sent.
Tracer Receiver
You can specify details of the party, who needs to be reminded to take action to resolve the
exception. Select the party type from the option list that is available. The tracer will be
generated to the customer linked to the party type, in the Parties screen.
Tracer Start Date
Exception tracers can be generated, only after the maturity date of the bill. While creating a
product, you have also indicated the number of days that should elapse after the Bill matures
on which the first tracer should be generated.
By default, the system calculates the date on which the first tracer should be generated,
based on the maturity date specified in the contract screen and on the number of days
specified for the product, involved in the contract.
You can change the default and specify a start date, to suit the requirement of the bill you are
processing. The system also displays the number of tracers, already sent to the concerned
party.
Previous Tracer Date
This is the date on which the last tracer was sent to the party indicated in the tracer Receiver
field.
Next Tracer Date
This is the date on which the next tracer will be generated to the party indicated earlier.
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Pay Message Date
Enter the date on which you send the acceptance message to the remitting bank (in the case
of an Import bill). In the case of an export bill this is the date specified on the acceptance
message received from the collecting bank.
This field is for information purposes only.
Non Pay Message Date
Enter the date on which you send the non-payment message to the remitting bank in the case
of an export bill. In the case of an export bill this is the date specified on the non-payment
message received form the collecting bank.
On entering the non-payment message date the event -- REFP (refusal to pay) is triggered.
The accounting entries defined for the event will be passed and the advices will be generated.
Under Protest
Check this option to indicate that you want to protest the bill.
Protest Date
When the exception has not been resolved by the concerned party, even after a number of
tracers have been sent, you may want to protest the bill. You can specify the date on which
the protest advice needs to be generated, to the concerned party.
5.2.7.1
Viewing Tracer Updates
You can visit this screen to view the current status of the tracers generated for the bill. The
system displays the following information:

The date on which the last tracer was sent.

The date on which the next tracer will be generated.

The number of tracers that have been sent to the concerned party, till date.
Advice Fate of Acceptance
The advice of fate is sent, to keep a party involved in the bill, informed about the current status
of an exception. An advice of fate is generated, along with the exception tracer and at the
frequency specified for, the exception tracer. You can specify the following preferences for the
generation of an:

Advice of Fate (payment)

Advice of Fate (acceptance)
Advice Required
You can indicate whether the advice of fate should be generated, to a party involved in the
bill. You can indicate one of the following options:

Required -If you specify that a tracer is applicable to a bill, you can also specify the
number of tracers that should be generated. This option is defaulted while processing
an Import Bill.

Not Required - You can select this option to indicate that the exception tracer is not
applicable to the bill you are processing. This option is defaulted while processing an
Export Bill.

Till Resolved -If you indicate that the tracer should be generated until the exception is
resolved, you need not specify the number of tracers that should be sent. This is so
because the tracer will be generated until the exception is resolved.
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Note
While processing an export bill the Advice of Fate Required field is automatically defaulted
to ‘Not Required’.
Advice Medium
For each of the advice of fate that should be generated for a bill, you can indicate the medium
through which the advice should be generated.
You can select a media type from the option list available. The valid media include 
Mail

Telex

SWIFT
If the advice is generated through SWIFT an MT422 will be generated.
Receiver of Advice
You can specify details of the party, who needs to be informed, about the current status of the
exception. Select the party type from the option list of valid parties that you specified, in the
parties screen.
The advice will be generated to the customer, linked to the party type, in the Parties screen.
Manually Generate
An advice of fate tracer is generated at the frequency with which, the related exception tracer
is generated. If you want to generate the advice of fate immediately, check against manually
generate. If you do not check against it, the message will be generated automatically, as part
of the end of day processes on the day it falls due.
5.2.7.2
Viewing Advice Updates
You can visit this screen, to view the current status of the advices of fate generated for the
bill. The system displays the following information:
5.2.7.3

The number of tracers that have been sent to the concerned party, till date

The date on which the last tracer was sent

The date on which the next tracer will be generated
Pre-closure of the Bill
You also have the option to bring the maturity date of a discounted bill forward. The excess
interest collected for the bill can be returned to the customer, if you defined the relevant
accounting entries for the product associated with the bill.
Note
–
Contingent entries are reversed as part of the liquidation event as well as part of
CLOS event. In case of full liquidation (both collection and under LC products) the
close function is inactive. This is because the whole bill amount has already been
liquidated and the outstanding amount is zero.
–
In case of partial liquidation (both collection and under LC products) the close function is not available because you register the bill for the value (as you would like to
liquidate partially) and this amount will be liquidated totally. So the amount of this
partial bill will be zero as well and there is no value to book with contingent entries.
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5.2.8
Discrepancies Tab
You can register the discrepancies that you encounter while processing a bill, in the
Discrepancies screen. To invoke this screen click on the tab titled ‘Discrepancies’ from the
‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen. If the bill is under a reimbursement
claim, you will not be able to save details in this screen. The system will display an error
message while saving the contract if you have entered details in this screen.
Discrepancies are likely to be found, while processing Incoming or Outgoing bills that are
under LCs.
Reserve Exception
You have specified the discrepancies and assigned codes to them, in the Discrepancy Code
Maintenance screen. In this screen, you can select the discrepancies that are applicable to
the bill you are processing. The description associated with the discrepancy code will be
automatically picked up from the discrepancy code maintenance screen. This value is
captured in field 77J of an outgoing MT734 in the following format: 70*50.
In this screen, you can also indicate whether the discrepancy, has been resolved. The date
on which it was resolved will be automatically displayed.
Tracer Required
You can indicate whether the reserve exception tracer is applicable, to the bill you are
processing. You can indicate one of the following:

Required -If you specify that a tracer is applicable to a bill, you can also specify the
number of tracers that should be generated for the exception.

Not Required -You can select this option to indicate that the exception tracer is not
applicable to the bill you are processing.
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
Till resolved -If you indicate that the tracer should be generated until the exception is
resolved, you need not specify the number of tracers that should be sent. This is so,
because the tracer will be generated until the exception is resolved.
Tracer Frequency
You can specify the frequency (in days) with which the tracer should be generated to the
concerned parties (after the Start days) involved in the bill.
Trace Receiver Party Type
You can specify details of the party, who needs to be reminded to take action to resolve the
exception. Select the party type of the party, from the option list that is available. The tracer
will be generated to the customer linked to the party type, in the Parties screen.
Tracer Medium
For each of the exception tracers that you specify for a bill, you can also indicate the medium
through which, the tracer should be generated.
The preferred medium specified for the product, to which the bill is linked, is defaulted.
The media supported include:

Mail

Telex

SWIFT
If the tracer is generated through SWIFT an MT420 will be generated.
An override message is displayed if you enter an export bill in final stage with unresolved
discrepancies. Similarly if you attempt to move a bill that has unresolved discrepancies to the
final stage, an override is sought.
Tracers to be sent
Specify the number of tracers that can be sent.
Tracers Sent
The system displays number of tracers that have been sent.
Previous Tracer Date
This is the date on which the last tracer was sent to the party indicated in the tracer Receiver
field.
Reserve Release Date
Enter the date on which the reserve was released that is the date on which you received the
reserve advice from the Issuing bank or the Drawee.
Under Reserve
Check this option to indicate that the discrepancy is under reserve.
Tracer Start Date
Exception tracers can be generated for a bill, only after the maturity date of the bill. While
creating a product, you have indicated the number of days that should elapse after the Bill
matures, on which the first tracer should be generated.
By default, the system calculates the date, on which, the first tracer should be generated,
based on the maturity date specified in the contract screen and on the number of days
specified, for the product involved in the contract.
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You can change the default and specify a start date, to suit the requirement of the bill you are
processing. The system also displays the number of tracers already sent to the concerned
party.
5.2.8.1
Viewing Tracer Updates
You can visit this screen, to view the current status of the reserve exception. The system
displays the following information:

The date on which the last tracer was sent

The date on which the next tracer will be generated

The number of tracers that have already been sent, to the concerned party till date
Note
The system will display an override if the discrepancies are added to the bills after the discrepancy notice period. You can capture this period in the ‘Letters of Credit-Branch Parameters’ screen. This period is calculated from the booking date of the bills contract.
For details on ‘Letters of Credit-Branch Parameters’ screen, refer the ‘Automatic processes’
chapter of the Letters of Credit (LC) User Manual.
5.2.9
Rollover Tab
A contract that is marked for rollover will be rolled over with all the terms of the original
contract. However, you can change certain terms by specifying them in the Rollover Details
tab.
In the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ Screen, click the ‘Rollover’ tab.
You need to specify the following additional details for the rollover of the bill:
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Transaction Details
Base Date
The base date is used to calculate the maturity date of the bill. In effect the tenor of the bill will
begin from this date. The current system date will be displayed in this field and you cannot
change the default value.
Base Date Description
The description of the instruction will be automatically picked up and displayed. You can edit
the description of base date that is defaulted, to suit the requirements of the bill you are
processing.
Bill Tenor
Specify the number of days for the tenor. The system will use the number of days to arrive at
the maturity date for each tenor. The minimum/maximum tenor specified in the product
underlying the contract has to be adhered to.
Transit Days
The transit days will be used in the computation of the maturity date, of the bill. Enter the
transit days for the bill.
Maturity Date
The maturity date is the date on which the bill falls due, for payment. The maturity date is
calculated in the following manner, based on the entries made to the previous fields:

Maturity Date = Base date + Tenor + Transit days
You can change the maturity date of a bill that is arrived at using the above method.
However, the maturity date that you specify should be later than or equal to the value
date specified for the bill.

Base Date Code

Indicate the date from which the tenor specified for the bill should become effective. The
base date is used to calculate the maturity date of the bill. In effect the tenor of the bill
will begin from this date.

If you are processing a sight bill, the base date is the lodgement date and for a usance
bill, it can be the Invoice date or the Shipping Date.
Interest Rollover Details
Interest Liquidation Mode
Interest components of a bill can be liquidated immediately or deferred to a later date. In the
Roll Over Preferences screen, you can indicate whether the mode of liquidation is to be
immediate or deferred.
Choose ‘Immediate’ to liquidate the interest components at the time of Rollover. If you
choose ‘Deferred’ from the option list, the system defers the liquidation of interest
components to a later date. You can choose to pay the interest components fully or partially
subsequently.
From Date
The system starts the computation of interest from the date specified here.
To Date
Once you have specified the start date for interest computation, you have to indicate the end
date for calculating the interest. The minimum/maximum interest rate specified in the product
underlying the contract has to be adhered to.
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5.2.9.1
Rollover of a Contract
The roll over of a bills contract is possible only if:

It is an import advance bill

The bill is in the final stage

Rollover is initiated on or after the maturity date of the bill

The contract status is active and authorized


‘Allow Rollover’ option is maintained for the bill at the product level
The event roll is maintained for the product
If you have marked a bill for roll over, the system liquidates the original bill and creates a new
rolled over bill based on the details you have maintained through the Rollover screen.
A new event Roll will be triggered when a bill is rolled-over and the system:

Routes the outstanding principal through the roll over Bridge GL. In case the liquidation
mode is ‘Immediate’ for the contract, the outstanding interest is collected in the ROLL
event.

Passes entries for the principal amount in the INIT event.
If a bill has to be rolled-over:
5.2.10

The Maturity Date should be past its Base date

The value of date of the bill should not be null or less than the ‘From date’ maintained
in the ‘Rollover details’ screen
Drafts Tab
You can capture amounts for the different components of a bill. Click ‘Drafts’ tab in the
Contract Online screen to capture the different component amounts.
The components for which you can capture this information are:

Cost of goods

Insurance amount

Interest amount
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
5.2.11
Freight charges
Insurance Tab
You can associate the name of an insurance company to the bill contract being processed.
Click ‘Insurance’ tab in the contract screen and invoke the ‘Insurance Details’ screen.
Select the appropriate insurance company code from the option-list. The list will display all
authorized and active company codes. Upon selection of the company code, the following
details will be automatically displayed by the system:

Insurance Company Name

Address of the company

Telephone Number

Fax Number
On receiving the policy, you can also specify the Insurance Policy Number in this screen. The
Reference Number of the bill contract will also be defaulted to the screen.
Note
You can also choose to associate an Insurance Company that is not maintained in the system. When you are specifying a company code that does not exist, the system will display
an override (The override can be configured to be an ignore or an error message depending on your requirement). On confirmation of the override, the company code will be automatically changed to ‘XXXXXXXXX’. The system will not perform any validations.
Subsequently, you can specify any company name to be associated with the contract.
However, no details will be populated in this case.
5.2.12
Invoice Tab
When an invoice is raised against a discounted bill, you can specify a margin of the invoice
amount that should be withheld. Click ‘Invoice’ tab in the Bills contract screen and invoke the
‘Invoice Details’ screen.
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You need to specify the following details of the invoice you are raising for the bill:

The identification number of the Invoice that you are entering

The date on which the invoice was raised

The amount for which the invoice was raised
The invoice amount is taken to be in the currency of the bill against which it was raised. You
can enter several invoices against a bill. However the total invoice amount should be greater
than or equal to the Bill amount of the bill against which the invoice is raised.
Percentage
The system will always calculate the margin amount on the bill amount. You can indicate the
manner in which the margin to be discounted should be derived. You can express the margin
as:

A percentage of the bill amount

A flat amount
If you specified percentage, indicate the percentage of the bill amount that should be retained
as a margin.
If you specified amount, indicate the margin amount. If a margin is applicable, the system will
arrive at the ‘Eligible Amount’ by subtracting the ‘Margin Amount’ from the bill amount. The
bill amount will not be considered as the eligible amount. The outflow on the value date (the
date on which the accounting entry is passed pertaining to the day you actually fund your
customer) is the eligible amount. The following example will illustrate the calculation:
For example, a bill contract has the following details:

Bill Amount – 1000

Total Invoice – Amount

Margin Percentage – 10%
Calculation will be as follows:
Margin Amount – 10% of Bill Amount = 100
Hence, Eligible Amount = Bill Amount - Margin Amount = (1000 – 100) = 900
The Bill Amount will not be altered and remain at 1000.
On the maturity date of the contract, the inflow is the bill liquidation amount and the outflow is
the margin amount.
The sum of the invoice amounts that you specify can be greater than or equal to the total bill
amount.
5.2.13
Packing Credit Tab
Packing Credit is a Loan or Cash Credit facility sanctioned to an exporter at the Pre Shipment
stage to facilitate purchase of raw materials at competitive rates, produce goods per
requirement of the customer and finally organize packing for onward export.
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You can capture credit details in the ‘Packing Credit’ tab of the BC contract screen. To invoke
this screen, in the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ Screen, click the ‘Packing
Credit’ tab.
The Packing Credit Subsystem includes the following as detailed under.
BC-CL Linkage/Settled Loans
Sequence Number
Specify the order in which the system liquidates attached multiple loans. You need not
maintain bridge GLs within CL Products which allow creation of these CL accounts as the
system replaces the credit settlement bridge with the bridge GL that the BC product
maintains, automatically.
CL Account Number
Select the CL Account Number from the option list provided.
Event Code
The system defaults the appropriate event code while attaching CL for liquidation and
attempting to save. These include INIT (in case of initial Discount, Purchase or Negotiation
operation) and LIQD, BPUR, BDIS, LPUR and LDIS events.
Outstanding Amount
The system displays the outstanding amount of the CL contract while attaching the same.
Click ‘P’ to populate information to the field.
Currency
The system displays the outstanding currency of the CL contract while attaching the same.
Click ‘P’ to populate information to the field.
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Settled Amount
The system displays the loan amount settled against each event in the CL currency, while
liquidating the loan from the bill.
5.2.13.1 Processing Packing Credits
You can attach Packing Credits during purchasing, discounting or liquidation of an Export Bill.
The Oracle FLEXCUBE system throws an error if you attempt to attach CL accounts during
any other event than the latter ones or INIT events on account of direct purchases, discounts
and negotiations.
The system allows linking only active and authorized CL accounts created with the ’Packing
Credit’ flag enabled at the contract level. You cannot enable auto liquidation for these
accounts. Further these accounts need to have an outstanding CL amounts as greater than
zero. The counterparty involved remains as the one on the bill .The system also allows linking
of multiple bills to the same account.
Note
You must enter Pre-Payment Details for Products with the Packing Credit flag enabled to
avoid a CL error on attempting to save.
If the total value of a CL contract attached to a bill exceeds the Purchase or Liquidation
amount, the system displays an override on attempting to save. In case of change of
operation from Discount to Collection or Purchase to Collection, another override is displayed
on saving that event to manually reverse CL Payments in the contract.
If you create a Bill under the product with the flag ‘link to loans’ enabled, you can attach the
Packing Credit during the BPUR or LIQD events only if no BLNK event has been fired in the
CL contract failing which an error is thrown on attempting to save. You can link the Bill to the
CL after attaching the Packing Credit to the latter. You cannot create a CL where its value is
greater than difference of the Outstanding Bill Amount and the Purchase Amount. During the
LPUR event an override alerts you of the soft linked outstanding loans. You need to handle
this operationally by manually liquidating the loan outstanding and then input such liquidation
amount in BC. Alternatively the system credits the customer’s CASA account with such
difference liquidation amount.
When the system authorizes the event in which the CL is linked, the LIQD event in CL is also
authorized. Some limitations in this regard though are noteworthy:

If at anytime the event linking the CL to the Bill is deleted, the corresponding Loan event
in the CL is also deleted .It is not possible though to delete such Liquidation Event from
the CL Payments screen.

If a Bill is reversed the system does not reverse the Loan but rather it displays an
override to manually reverse of the Loan on saving, if CL linkages exist in the contract.
On linking and saving a BC contract liquidation of the linked CL Account is triggered. You do
not require maintaining a separate Bridge GL in the CL Product, as the system automatically
replaces the Credit Settlement Bridge with the Bridge GL in the BC Product. In case of a
Purchase or Discount operation the system converts the purchase amount to CL currency and
credits the same into the Bridge GL maintained in the BC Product.
5.2.13.2 Liquidating a Packing Credit Loan
In BC Products when FX is linked but the CL Account attached is in the LCY of the branch the
effective LCY exchange rate is used for Loan liquidation, In case multiple FX contracts are
used, the system arrives at an effective Purchase or Liquidation rate by using the method of
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weighted averages. If the Loan currency is different from the Bill currency, then the Interest
Rate from the Rate Type at the Product level is used. The Loan liquidation happens to the
extent of the Purchase Amount and the excess amount if any is credited to the customer’s
account.
Again during Bill Purchase or Discount Liquidation, when funds are received from a Nostro
Account if a CL is attached, the system liquidates any Loan attached per the effective LCY
Collection Rate or the Rate Type at the product level in that order, if in LCY. The effective
Purchase or Liquidation Rate used during Bills Purchased Asset creation is again used during
Asset Liquidation. The excess proceeds then if any are credited to the customer in that order.
Again when no Purchase, Discount or Negotiation occurs the system directly liquidates any
existing Loans and credits excess proceeds to the customer.
Note
The Tag ‘LOAN_LIQD_AMT’ includes both the Outstanding Principal and Interest components put together while the system uses the Tag ‘AMT_PURCHASED’ if the customer’s
CASA account needs to be credited.
Let us illustrate accounting entries for appropriate events using conditions bulleted below:
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
Pre-Shipment finance offered in LCY = 9,000 INR

Loan Outstanding to date (Principal + Interest) = 10,000 INR

Bill Amount = 600 USD

Effective LCY Exchange Rate (effective purchase or liquidation rate) USD/INR = 50

Purchase Amount = 300 USD
Purchase Details Tab
Purchase details of a bill can be captured in the ‘Purchase Details’ tab. To invoke this screen,
in the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ Screen, click the ‘Purchase Details’ tab.
Note
The packing credit subsystem is available through the BC Contract Online screen.
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You can link pre-shipment loans availed by exporters such that they be adjusted against
outgoing Bills, Discounting of Bills or Purchase of Bills .The system then liquidates the loan
and credits only the remaining proceeds to the exporter's settlement account.
You can also allow CL accounts linkages and purchase details only for export bills i.e. for
product of type ‘E’. Further you can link CL accounts using the ‘Packing Credit’ subsystem
during the following events:

Purchase (BPUR)

Discount (BDIS)

Liquidation of purchase and discount(LPUR and LDIS)

Liquidation (LIQD) event

INIT event of the BC but only where initial operation is ‘PURCHASE’ or ‘DISCOUNT’ or
‘NEGOTIATION’
You can also select the ‘Packing Credit Product’ check box under ‘Account Preferences’ in
the CL Product Preferences Screen to allow linking with bills. CL account creation also
involves the packing credit field, the value of defaults from the one maintained at CL Products.
Note
The system throws an error if you enter purchase details for events other than Purchase
(BPUR), Discount (BDIS), Liquidation of Purchase and Discount (LPUR and LDIS), Liquidation (LIQD) and ‘INIT’ in BC when the initial operation are ‘PURCHASE’, ‘DISCOUNT’
or ‘NEGOTIATION’ only.
You can attach a CL to multiple bills such loan to the bill linking is possible only during the final
stages. You can modify a linked CL account only in attached corresponding events before
saving, Post authorization de-linking or modifications are not possible at any stage of the
contract.
Liquidation of an attached CL during a corresponding event is possible either to the extent of
the purchase amount (in case of purchase and discount) or the liquidation amount (in case of
liquidation of bill) while the amount in excess is credited to the customer.
You can attach the same CL that is linked to BPUR and BDIS events for liquidation to LPUR
and LDIS events if the outstanding CL amount is not zero. You can also attach another active
and authorized CL account having a non-zero outstanding amount to another bill belonging
to the same customer, Such CL accounts are not enabled for auto liquidation or attached to
any other bill. You cannot validate a CL Contracts and Bills against their creation dates.
The following amount tags are available in this module.
Module
Amount Tag
Description
BC
LOAN_LIQD_AMT
Loan liquidated amount
BC
AMT_PURCHASED
Amount tag used during customer CASA
credit
BC
COLL_LIQ_AMT
Amount tag used for Nostro debit to be
credited to the customer
BC
COLL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Amount tag used for credit to the customer.
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Purchase Amount
Specify the value of the Bill purchased. Partial purchases are allowed where the amount tag
‘AMT_PURCHASED‘ indicates the amount used for the purchase.
Note
For multi tenor bills, the system defaults the sum of total discounted amount from multitenor tab.
Unlinked FX Rate
Specify the unlinked FX rate. This is the rate at which the system liquidates an LCY Loan
utilizing a part purchase amount to which no FX is attached.
Effective Purchase or Liquidation Rate
This rate is defaulted by the Oracle FLEXCUBE system if FX is linked to BC. You can use this
rate to liquidate a CL in the LCY of that branch. The Oracle FLEXCUBE system finally arrives
at the Effective Purchase /Liquidation rate by using the method of weighted averages. The FX
sequence used for arriving at the Effective FX rate remains in the sequence used while initially
attaching the same.
Let us assume the existence of three FX deals Fx1, Fx2 and Fx3.
Fx contract 1
USD/INR @ 50 for USD 200
Fx contract 2
USD/INR@49 for USD 200
Fx contract 3
USD/INR@48 for USD 200
In case of a purchase of say USD 600, the effective exchange rate would be calculated as:
Effective exchange rate = ((200*50+200*49+200*48))/600
= 49
Therefore in case of a LCY loan where INR is the local currency of the branch, the CL loan
will get liquidated during purchase at the rate of 49 per USD/INR. The liquidation of this
purchase, negotiation or discount (LPUR or LDIS or LIQD event of INIT), is also completed at
the same exchange rate, where the’ INIT’ event is triggered by the liquidation operation,
Effective Collection Liquidation Rate
This rate is also defaulted if FX is linked to BC and is applied in case of liquidation of CL when
it is in the LCY of the branch. The liquidation event of the bills (LPUR, LDIS and LIQD events)
are triggered during subsequent to the initial operations of bill purchase, discount, negotiation
or normal liquidation events during the life cycle of the BC if a loan is attached. The effective
collection liquidation rate is arrived at by the weighted average method discussed in the
example of effective purchase or liquidation rate mentioned above.
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5.2.15
Multi Tenor Tab
Multi Tenor details of a bill can be captured in the ‘Multi Tenor’ tab. To invoke this screen, in
the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ Screen, click the ‘Multi Tenor’ tab.
You can maintain the following multi tenor parameters here:
Serial Number
Serial number for each split is incrementally defaulted here.
Base Date
Specify base date of the split from the adjoining calendar. You can modify the base date even
after first authorization.
Base Date Code
Specify a valid base date code which provides additional information for the maturity period,
from the adjoining option list.
Value Date
Specify value date of the split from the adjoining calendar. You can modify the value date even
after first authorization.
Note
Value date for all the splits should be the same.
Tenor
Specify tenor of the split in days. You can modify tenor days even after first authorization.
Transit Days
Specify transit days of the split. You can modify transit days even after first authorization.
Maturity Date
Specify maturity date of the split from the adjoining calendar. You can modify the maturity date
even after first authorization.
Maturity date is calculated as the sum of Base Date + Tenor + Transit Days for each split.
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Note
Tenor entered across multiple splits must be unique. The system will not allow saving of
multi tenor bill with more than one split having the same maturity date
While liquidating multi tenor contracts, the system liquidates the splits of different tenors
in the ascending order of their maturity dates.
Split Percentage
Specify percentage of the split you need to use to calculate the Bill Amount.
Note
If the bill amount is directly entered and the split % is not maintained, then the system will
not compute split % by default.
If both the split % and bill amount are maintained, then the system recalculates the bill
amount based on the split % maintained.
Bill Amount
System calculates and displays the bill amount of the bill based on the split % maintained;
however, you can directly specify bill amount, if needed.
Note
If you specify bill amount and split % is already maintained, then the system recalculates
the bill amount based on the split % maintained.
Discount Amount
Specify discount amount of the bill discounted by the bank, if a multi tenor contract operation
is maintained as ‘Discount’ directly or when the multi tenor contract operation is changed from
‘Collection’ or ‘Acceptance’ to ‘Discount’ due to amendment. You can specify the discount
amount for each split; however, it is mandatory to specify at least for a single split.
Rebate Amount
Specify amount which you need to reduce as a rebate from the split amount, during
amendment of the bill.
Note
You can either decrease or increase bill amount at the initial stage; however, at the final
stage you can only decrease the bill amount and is treated as ‘Rebate’ given to the customer.
Exchange Rate
Specify exchange rate for each split, if the operation ‘Discount’ or ‘Negotiation’ and the bill
currency is different from the local currency.
Note
The weighted average of the exchange rate maintained for all the splits is considered while
financing.
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Discounted Amount
Total amount discounted for each split is defaulted here.
Liquidation Amount
Specify liquidation amount for each split you need to liquidate.
Note
During liquidation, if the liquidation amount is not maintained for any of the splits, then the
system displays an error message.
Liquidated Amount
Total amount liquidated till date for the split is displayed here, for each split.
From Calculation Date
Specify date from when you need to compute interest for the split.
System validates the date to be later than the value date of the split. If it is earlier, then the
system displays an error message. If the date is not entered, then the system defaults the
value date of the split here.
You can specify the date even when the operation is changed to ‘Discount’. System validates
the date to be later than the application date of the split. If it is earlier then the system displays
an override message. If the date is not entered, then the system defaults the application date
of the split here.
To Calculation Date
Specify date till when you need to compute interest for the split.
System validates the date to be earlier than the maturity date of the split. If it is later, then the
system displays an error message. If the date is not entered, then the system defaults the
maturity date of the split here.
User Defined Status
Specify contract status of the split for each split. The option list displays all valid statuses of
the split. Select the appropriate one. However; if it is a new action, then the system defaults
the status as ‘NORM’.
Status can be different for each split as the due date is different. The worst status is updated
in ‘Details’ section of the contact.
Status as of Date
Status of the split as of date is displayed here and is updated when the status changes. If the
action is new, then it is defaulted with value date of the split.
Note
When an auto status change batch is run and the status of a split in multi tenor bill is prior
to the status manually updated in the ‘Details’ tab, then the system considers the status of
the bill for GL movement.
Under Protest
Check this box if you need to generate ‘PROTEST_NONPAY’ advice for a split.
If this check box is checked, then while generating the advice the system will provide the split
bill amount and not the total bill amount.
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Protest Date
Specify date when the protest was generated.
5.2.15.1 Validating Multi-Tenor Details
As the values maintained in Multi Tenor tab are not applicable for other tabs, the system
defaults and validates the following values maintained for multi tenor bills in Multi Tenor tab
when a Bill is saved:

Defaults the base date with the earliest base date maintained for splits in the Multi Tenor
tab.

Defaults the base date code with the base date code for the earliest base date
maintained for splits in the Multi Tenor tab.

Defaults the value date with the earliest value date maintained for splits in the Multi
Tenor tab.

Recalculates the tenor based on the base date and maturity date updated in the main
screen.

Defaults the value of ‘Transit Days’ as Zero, which cannot be amended later.

Defaults the maturity date with the latest maturity date maintained for splits in the Multi
Tenor tab.

Defaults the purchase and discount amount with the sum total of the discount amount
maintained for each split, if the operation is ‘Discount’.

Defaults the negotiation amount with the total bill amount maintained, if the operation is
‘Negotiation’.

Defaults the liquidation amount with the sum total of the liquidation amounts maintained
for each splits.

Defaults the liquidation date with the earliest maturity dates of the split, if date is not
maintained. If the liquidation date is not maintained, then the system validates for the
maturity date to be the earliest of the maturity dates maintained for the splits and
displays an error message if it is later than the earliest maturity date.
Note
You will not be able to amend these fields later.
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5.2.16
Viewing Bills and Collections Contract Input Details
You can view the BC contract using ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Summary’ screen.
To invoke this screen, type ‘BCSTRONL’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application
tool bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
You can click ‘Search’ button to view all the pending functions. However, you can to filter your
search based on any of the following criteria:
Authorization Status
Select the authorization status of the contract from the drop-down list.
Contract Ref No
Select the contract reference number from the option list.
Product
Select the product code from the option list.
Branch
Specify the branch code on which you want to query for contract details, from the adjoining
option list. This list displays all valid branch codes maintained in the system. You can select
the appropriate one.
Contract Status
Select the status of the contract for which you want to check the pending function from the
drop-down list.
User Reference
Select the contract amount from the option list.
Counterparty
Select the contract amount from the option list.
When you click ‘Search’ button the records matching the specified search criteria are
displayed. For each record fetched by the system based on your query criteria, the following
details are displayed:

Authorization Status

Contract Status
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
Contract Ref No

User Reference

Product

Counterparty

Branch

Bill Currency

Bill Amount

Rebate Amount
Click ‘Advanced Search’ to display the screen below:
You can query a contract based on any of the following details:
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
Authorization Status

Contract Status

Contract Ref No

User Reference

Product

Counterparty

Branch
Multi Tenor Bills
This section contains the following topics:

Section 5.3.1, "Operations on Multi Tenor Bills"
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5.3.1

Section 5.3.2, "Processing Interest for Multi Tenor Bills"

Section 5.3.3, "Amending Multi Tenor Bills"

Section 5.3.4, "Processing MT Messages for Multi Tenor Contracts"

Section 5.3.5, "Liquidating Back Dated Bills"
Operations on Multi Tenor Bills
Operations on multi tenor bills are similar to those on the normal bills; however with minimal
changes as listed below:
Discount
When an operation on a multi tenor is maintained as ‘Discount’, the system discounts the
amount for those splits with a tenor greater than zero. Splits can be discounted either partially
or fully. The system updates the ‘Purchase Amount’ in the ‘Purchase Details’ tab with the sum
total of discount amount maintained for all the splits.
Negotiation
The system will not allow negotiation of a bill for partial amount. Also, for a cross currency bill
exchange rate has to be maintained for each split and the system considers weighted average
rate as the exchange rate average rate.
Liquidation
The system provides an option to maintain liquidation amount for single split or multiple splits.
The system also allows partial liquidation of each split and updates the ‘Liquidation Amount
with the sum total of the amount liquidated till date.
If ‘Liquidate using Collateral’ check box is checked, then the system utilizes the collateral
while processing the first liquidation. However; if the collateral amount is more than the first
splits liquidation amount, then the system adjusts the balance towards subsequent splits.
If ‘Advance by Loan’ check box is checked, then the system liquidates one or more splits and
creates a loan to the extent of liquidated amount.
Partial auto-liquidation of a multi tenor is enabled, that is, liquidation of only a portion of Bill
Amount that falls due for the day.
Note
When an operation is changed from acceptance to advance automatically, the system processes the contracts for which the latest maturity date of the splits in a multi tenor contract
is less than or equal to the application date.
5.3.2
Processing Interest for Multi Tenor Bills
The system processes interest components assigned to the respective event as below:
Interest Liquidation, Interest Accrual & OD Accrual
 ‘From Date’ and ‘To Date’ maintained in the ‘Details’ tab is considered for interest
calculation and ‘From Date’ and ‘To Date’ maintained in the ‘Multi Tenor’ tab is
considered for other components.

Interest components are maintained at the product level for a Multi Tenor contract. In
the interest subsystem, based on the number of splits available, different subcomponents are defaulted internally for each split with different ‘From Date’ and ‘To
Date’.
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
Initially, interest rate maintained for a component at the product level is defaulted for
each sub-component; however, you can modify or waive off the same for each split, if
needed.

Finally, the sum total of the subcomponent interest amount is computed as the interest
component maintained for the product.

If the basis amount tag for an interest component is BILL_ELG_AMT, then the margin
amount is adjusted to the bill amount of all the splits, proportionally.

Overdue interest components are split as component + Split Serial number.

The accrual interest is calculated and the corresponding accounting entries are posted.

If the bill is not liquidated, then the penalty interest components are accrued. Penalty
start date for each split component is computed based on the grace days on interest end
date of each split.

You can view the details of the sub components in the Interest sub screen of the
contract.
Floating Type of Interest
 The system defaults the floating rate of each component based on the split amount and
split tenor.

The sub-components are processed with the corresponding split amount and split tenor
to get floating interest rate.

If customer Margin is maintained for the customer and currency combinations, then the
system will process the bill amount for each split to derive the customer margin to be
applied for the interest component calculated for the respective split.
Handling Refund of Interest
 Oracle FLEXCUBE facilitates refund of interest for the following.

–
Reduction of Bill Amount for a Split
–
Reduction of Maturity Date for a Split
–
Liquidation of a Split prior to its maturity date
–
Back dated Liquidation of a Split
The system calculates the interest amount for refund for the respective split based on
the serial number of the split changed.
Effective Interest Rate & Discount Accrual
If an Interest component is marked as discount, then the system calculates the effective
interest rate and the daily discount accrual based on the intermediate cash flows for different
tenors and amount dues.
5.3.3
Amending Multi Tenor Bills
After a multi tenor contract is authorized for the first time, addition and deletion of splits is
disabled. However; Bill amount of the Multi Tenor Bills can be amended at the initial stage
using Bills Online Screen. Also, you can amend rebate amount at the split level at the final
stage.
To amend bill amount, the changed amount needs to be entered at each split level. Then the
system defaults this amount as the bill amount in the main tab. When a contract is saved, the
system reduces Bill Amount of the contract and the respective split by the Rebate Amount.
Rebate on a split bill amount is collected from the customer’s account, if it is processed on a
discounted or negotiated portion.
After an amendment is saved, the system validates for the changed split amount of each split
to be lesser than the liquidated amount of the split. If so, then the system will display an error
message.
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If ‘Recovery Interest Rate’ or ‘Recovery Rate Code’ is specified at the contract level and there
is a Rebate on Split Bill Amount, then the interest is refunded or recollected for each split.
5.3.4
Processing MT Messages for Multi Tenor Contracts
When an MT202 is received with an amount lesser than the due amount of the split with earlier
maturity date and if the amount is more than the tolerance level, then the system moves the
message to ‘Pending Liquidation’ status.
When an MT202 is received with an amount greater than the due amount of the split, then the
system adjusts the remaining amount towards the subsequent splits.
When an MT430 is received for a Multi Tenor contract, the message will be logged as repair
contract with the following repair reason:
Multi Tenor contract. This message has to be processed manually.
5.3.5
Liquidating Back Dated Bills
Oracle FLEXCUBE has the facility to create a loan for sight Import bills before maturity on the
manual liquidation by creating a loan automatically with liquidating bill. You can change the
interest calculation on this bill from the date of creation of loan. In this case, the penalty is
calculated after 30 days of creation of loan. Also, system allows liquidation of back dated bill
for sight Export bill as well.
You can liquidate the back valued sight Export/Import bill in the ‘Bills and Collection Contract
Detailed’ screen. You can specify the same date as the Debit Value Date and Credit Value
date. System posts the accounting entries on the value dates mentioned in these fields. In
Import Bill, if you check the ‘Advance by loan’ option, a loan will be created as of the
Application date.
Select the Loan product and the Suspense General Ledger at the ‘Bills and Collections
Product – Preferences’ screen. System creates the loan account and liquidates the bill
contract. System creates the loan as of the date mentioned under ‘Dr Value date’.
For further details on the ‘Bills and Collections Product – Preferences’ screen, refer the
‘Specifying Preferences for a product’ section in the ‘Defining Attributes of a Bills and
Collection Product’ chapter in this User Manual.
The interest start for the loan will be the loan creation date. Interest start date will not be few
days prior or later than the loan creation date. For calculating the penalty on the loan after
specific number of days of the loan creation irrespective of the interest start date, the following
actions takes place:

You can maintain an UDE, PENAL_START_DAYS for the loan products for which the
Penal Interest is calculated after specific number of days. You can maintain the default
number of days (for e.g. 30 days) at the loan product level.

At the bill contract level, the penal Interest is defaulted along with the UDE,
PENAL_START_DAYS with the default values maintained at the Loan product.

While calculating the Penal Interest, system calculates the Effective Date as Loan
Creation Date + the days mentioned in PENAL_START_DAYS

System applies the PENAL_START_DAYS for all the Penal UDEs

For the Penal UDEs, system uses the calendar days to arrive at the effective date
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For example, a loan product CLBC has been created with the below UDEs:
PENAL_START_DAYS
PENAL_INT1
30
5 (Percent)
On 10-Jan-2010, a bill is created with Advance by Loan option checked. At the Bill product
level, the Loan Product CLBC has been maintained and hence it is defaulted at the contract
level. The UDE IDs, PENAL_START_DAYS & PENAL_INT1 is defaulted along with the
values, 30 & 5 respectively under Loans sub-screen in the Bill Contract.
While creating the Loan contract for the Penal Interest, PENAL_INT1, system inserts a row
as below:
Component
Effective Date
Rate
PENAL_INT1
9-Feb-2010
5 (Percent)
Effective from 9-Feb-10 (after 30 days of Loan creation), the Penal Interest will start
calculating at 5 %.
The system will calculate the penalty based on the loan creation date. That is, even if the
value date is different from the loan creation date, the penalty will be calculated after the
expiry of the penal start days counted from the date of creation of the loan. You can manually
change the number of penal value days in order to start applying the penalty from a different
date. The following example illustrates it.
For example, consider a bill with the following particulars:
Particulars
Value
Bill Amount
GBP 10000
Value Date
01-Aug-2010
Maturity Date
31-Aug-2010
Loan Creation Date/Liquidation
Date
31-Aug-2010
Dr. Value Date
25-Aug-2010
Loan Value Date
25-Aug-2010
Penal Start Days
30 Days
In this case, the system will calculate the penal interest from 30-Sep-2010. This date is derived by adding
30 penal start days to the loan creation date of 31-Aug-2010.
You can change the penal interest start date by manually changing the number of penal start days. That
is, in the above case, you can set the penal start days as 24 and as a result, the effective date for the
penalty will be set to 24-Sep-2010.
5.3.5.1
Interest Adjustment
When the Import/Export Bill is liquidated with back value date, the Interest is adjusted
accordingly as below:
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
In case of Interest with Advance, system does a refund for the additional amount
received

In case of Arrears with accrual option checked, system does the reversal of the interest
accrual for the excess days and collects interest only for actual period (Liquidation Value
Date - Transaction Value Date)

If the Arrears with accrual option is unchecked, system will calculate the interest only for
the actual period (Liquidation Value Date - Transaction Value Date)
A new Amount tag, REFUND_INTEREST will be introduced
When the Interest Component is defined, the amount tag REFUND_INTEREST is
automatically created as <Component>_DECR. This is used to park the refund amount during
the intermediate partial liquidations.
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6. Capturing Additional Details
This chapter contains the following sections:
6.1

Section 6.1, "Additional Details"

Section 6.2, "Bill Liquidation"

Section 6.3, "BC Authorize Contract Details"

Section 6.4, "Customer Address Maintenance"

Section 6.5, "BIC Code Details"

Section 6.6, "Bills and Collections Contract Reassign"

Section 6.7, "Outstanding Items Report"

Section 6.8, "Bills and Collections Payment Input Details"

Section 6.9, "Bills and Collections Document Arrival Notice Input"
Additional Details
This section contains the following topics:
6.1.1

Section 6.1.1, "Maintaining Additional Details"

Section 6.1.2, "Events Button"

Section 6.1.3, "Advices/FFT Button"

Section 6.1.4, "Settlement Button"

Section 6.1.5, "Split Settlement Button"

Section 6.1.6, "Loan Preference Button"

Section 6.1.7, "Effective Interest Rate Button"

Section 6.1.8, "Interest Dates Button"

Section 6.1.9, "Finance/Loan Accounts Button"

Section 6.1.10, "Brokerage Button"

Section 6.1.11, "Charges Transfer Button"

Section 6.1.12, "Drawer/Drawee IC Button"

Section 6.1.13, "Message Preview Button"

Section 6.1.14, "All Messages Button"

Section 6.1.15, "Import License Button"

Section 6.1.16, "OFAC Check Button"

Section 6.1.17, "Collateral Button"

Section 6.1.18, "Linkage Details Button"

Section 6.1.19, "FX Linkage Button"

Section 6.1.20, "Change Log Button"
Maintaining Additional Details
The links on the contract screen enable you to invoke a number of functions vital to the
processing of a BC Contract. These buttons have been briefly described below:
Links
Description
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Events
Click this link to view details of the events, accounting entries and
Messages generated for each event in the lifecycle of a bill.
Advices / FFT
In the screen corresponding to this link, you can view, suppress and
prioritize the advices that are to be generated for a contract.
You can also specify the FFTs and Instructions that should accompany the advices generated for the bill.
Settlement
Invokes the Settlement screens. Based on the details that you enter
in the settlement screens, the bill will be settled. The details of these
screens have been discussed in the Settlements manual.
Split Settlements
Click on this link to specify split settlement details of the bill.
Collateral
In the screen that corresponds with this button, you can reduce the
cash offered as collateral for the LC to which the Bill is associated.
Interest
This link invokes the Interest and Charges or Fees (ICCF) service.
The Processing Interest manual deals with the application of interest
on a bill.
Charges
Click this link to invoke the Contract Charge Details screen. The
Charges and Fees manual details the entire procedure of applying
charges to a bill.
Tax
This link invokes the Tax services. On invoking this function you can
define a tax scheme, the rule details and the amount details of the
contract.
The Processing Tax manual details the entire procedure of maintaining tax rules and schemes. It also deals with the linking of a tax
scheme to a product and the application of the scheme on a bill’.
Import License
Click this link to capture import license details,
MIS
Click this button to define MIS details for the bill.
Loan Preference
Click on this link to invoke the Loan Preference screen. You can
maintain the details of the Loan.
Drawer/Drawee
IC
Click this link to invoke the ‘Drawer/Drawee Interest and Charges’
screen. You can define the charge and interest components at the
time of initiation of contract.
Brokerage
Click this link to specify the details of the broker and brokerage.
Linkages
Details
Clicking this link invokes the Contract Linkages screen. Here, you
can link the bill to funds available in an account or deposit.
FX Linkage
This link invokes a screen in which you can link a bill involving a
specific counterparty with FX deals involving the same counterparty.
Fields
Click this link to enter values for custom fields associated with the
bill.
Effective Interest Rate
Click on this link to specify effective interest rate details.
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6.1.2
Interest Dates
Click on this link to capture forfeiting interest computation dates.
Finance/Loan
Accounts
Click on this link to preview the linked loan details.
Charges Transfer
Click this link to invoke the ‘Deferred Charge Component’ screen.
Message Preview
Click this link to view the messages or advices generated for the
contract.
All Messages
Click this link to view all messages associated to contract.
Events Button
Click ‘Events’ button in the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen and invoke
the ‘Event Details’ screen. The details of events, that have already taken place on the
contract, will be displayed along with pending events. The date on which the event took place
will also be displayed.
Click ‘Accounting Entries’ button to view the accounting entries for the event. Click ‘Message’
button to view the messages applicable to the event. Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button to return to
the Bills Contract Detailed screen.
6.1.2.1
Viewing the Accounting Entries Passed for the Bill
From the ‘Event Details’ screen, click ‘Accounting Entries’ button and view the ‘View Details’
for the event. The details of the accounting entries that were passed for the event can be
viewed here. The accounting entries that are passed depend on the type of bill you are
processing.
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The following information is provided for each event:

Branch

Account

Dr/Cr indicator

All the overrides that were allowed for an event will also be displayed
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6.1.2.2
Viewing Advices
Click ‘Message’ button from the ‘View Events’ screen and view the list of advices applicable
to a particular event in the lifecycle of the bill.
The following details of a message are displayed:

The message type

The Name and ID of the recipient of the message and

The status of the message
To view the text of a message, highlight the message and click ‘Message’ button. Click ‘Exit’
or ‘Cancel’ button to exit the screen.
6.1.3
Advices/FFT Button
The advices that have to be generated for an event during the lifecycle of a bill are specified
for the Product involved in the bill. While processing a bill, you can:

Specify the advices that should be generated for the bill

Suppress the generation of any of the advices not applicable to the bill

Indicate the priority with which the advice should be generated

Indicate the Free Format Texts and Instructions that should accompany the advices
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From the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen, click ‘Advices / FFT’ button.
The ‘Advices / Free Format Text’ screen is displayed.
6.1.3.1
Specifying Advice Details
The advices inherited from the product involved in the bill you are processing will be displayed
in the Advice Code field.
Suppress
By default, all the advices that have been defined for a product will be generated for the bills
involving it. As certain advices may not be applicable to the bill you are processing, you can
suppress its generation by indicating the same in this screen.
Priority
For messages sent through media like SWIFT or TELEX, you can specify the priority with
which the advice should be generated. By default, the priority of all advices is marked as
Normal. You have the option to prioritize advices to one of the following options:

Normal

Medium

High
However, you can change the priority of an advice to Urgent only for Payment Advices.
Medium
If advices are to be generated, for the bill you are processing, it is mandatory for you to also
specify the medium through which an advice is to be transmitted. An advice that is generated
can be transmitted Mail, TELEX, or SWIFT. You can select the appropriate medium code from
the option list.
Advice Code
This is the code that identifies the advice that can be generated for a bill. All the advices
specified for the product to which the bill is linked will be displayed in this screen. If the advice
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is not applicable to the LC you are processing you can suppress its generation in the
corresponding fields on this screen.
Party Type and Identification
This is the type of party involved in the bill. For example, drawee, drawer etc. The party type
is displayed based on your specifications in the Parties screen.
Party Name
This is the name of the party involved in the bill to whom the advice is to be sent.
6.1.3.2
Specifying FFTs for a Bill
Free Format Texts (FFTs) may be a set of statements that should be printed on the advices
generated to the parties, involved in the bill. Additional information that should be a part of the
bill instrument can be entered in the form of an FFT.
While defining a product, you also specify the FFTs that should accompany an advice
generated for a bill, involving the product. These FFTs will appear when you select an advice
code. This indicates that the FFTs that you specify will appear on the advice which is
highlighted.
If the Applicable Rule in the ‘LC Product Preferences’ screen is selected as ‘OTHR’, you need
to specify a rule narrative for the LC Product. If the Rule Narrative exceeds the limit predefined
(35 characters), the same can be defined as a Free Format Text. For BC contracts, FFT codes
are associated with advices in the LC contract. The 47A and 47B tags are linked to FFT
codes. The message types supported by 47A tag are:

MT700

MT710

MT720
Message Types supported by 47B tag are:

MT701

MT711

MT721
You can add to or delete from the list of FFTs that are defaulted from the product involved in
the bill. To add an FFT to the list, click add icon and select the code that identifies the FFT,
from the option list. The description of the FFT is automatically picked up and displayed. You
can edit the FFT description that is defaulted to suit the requirements of the bill you are
processing.
To delete an FFT from the list, highlight the code that identifies the FFT and click delete icon.
Note
For the values of Field 72, Field 75 and Field 76 to be populated in MT 422, it is mandatory
that you enter a description for the following FFT codes:

SNDRRCVRINFO (FIELD 72)

ADVFATEPQRY (FIELD 75)

ADVFATEPANS (FIELD 76)
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6.1.3.3
Specifying Instructions for a Bill
You have defined instructions and assigned them codes, in the Instruction Code Maintenance
screen. These instructions can be sent, along with the advices that are generated, to the
parties involved in the bill.
When you select an advice code, the advice code is displayed in the Instruction section, of
the screen. This indicates that the Instructions that you choose will appear on the advice,
which is displayed.
The Instruction Codes indicated for the product to which the bill is associated will be defaulted
to this screen. You can add or delete instruction codes, from the defaulted list of Instructions
that accompanies an advice generated for the bill.
You can add to or delete from the list of Instructions, defaulted from the product involved in
the bill.
The list of instructions associated with an advice is displayed. You can add to or delete from
the list of defaulted instructions.
To add an Instruction to the list, click add icon and select the code that identifies the instruction
from the option list. The description of the instruction is automatically picked up and displayed.
You can edit the description that is defaulted.
To delete an instruction from the list, highlight the code that identifies the Instruction and click
delete icon.
6.1.4
Settlement Button
You can capture the settlement details of a bill in ‘Settlement Details’ screen. Click
‘Settlement’ button in ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Detailed’ screen to invoke the
‘Settlement Details’ screen.
The bill gets settled based on the details specified in the settlement screen.
For more details on this screen, refer the section titled ‘Processing Settlements’ in
Settlements user manual.
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6.1.5
Split Settlement Button
You can capture split settlement details for the bill using the ‘Split Details’ screen by clicking
‘Split Settlements’ button in the ‘Bills and Collection - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen.
On clicking the Split Settlement button, if you have checked the ‘Settle Available Amount’ box
in the ‘Additional’ tab of the Contract screen, then the system will check for the customer
balance. If there is no sufficient balance in the Customer account including the OD limit, then
the available amount will be adjusted towards the Bill Liquidation Amount.
6.1.5.1
Basis Details
Amount Tag
The bill amount tag defined for the current event in the bills contract is displayed here. It is
picked up from those defined for the INIT event. You cannot change them.
CCY
The currencies associated with the amount tags (as picked up from the INIT event) are
displayed here. You cannot change them.
Amount
The amount for each amount tag (picked up from the INIT event) is displayed here. You
cannot change them.
6.1.5.2
Split Details
S. No
The system generates a running sequence number for each split record. You cannot modify
it. The system automatically generates the sequence number on introducing a new split.
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Amount Tag
The selected amount tag in the basis details section is displayed here in the split details
section. If there are no settlement tags for the event being processed, the system will display
an error.
Amount
Specify the split amount for the split amount tag. The sum of amount should not be greater
than the basis amount. The system calculates the amount on the basis of the split percentage.
You cannot leave this field blank.
Percentage of Proceeds
Specify the split percentage of the Bill Amount for each account. The sum of split amounts
should be equal to the total amount specified for the corresponding basis amount tag. You
cannot leave this field blank.
Customer
Specify the customer to whom the split amount should be assigned. The adjoining option list
displays all the customers maintained in the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Branch
The system displays the branch where the settlement account for the split amount tag resides.
The adjoining option list displays all the valid branches in the system. You can choose the
appropriate one.
Account Currency
The settlement account currency for the split amount tag is defaulted based on the settlement
account chosen. You cannot change it.
Account
Select a valid account for the specified settlement account branch, from the option list.
Loan Account
Check this box if you want the split amount to be booked as a loan. The split settlement
amount entered as the Loan Amount is used to create the loan contract. You can select more
than one Account as Loan account. This is enabled only for settlement tags BILL_LIQ_AMT
or BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ.
Exchange Rate
If the basis amount currency is different from the settlement account currency, you need to
specify the exchange rate that should be used for conversion.
Negotiated Cost Rate
Specify the negotiated cost rate that should be used for foreign currency transactions
between the treasury and the branch. You need to specify the rate only when the currencies
involved in the transaction are different. Otherwise, it will be a normal transaction.
The system will display an override message if the negotiated rate is not within the exchange
rate variance maintained at the product.
Negotiated Reference Number
Specify the reference number that should be used for negotiation of cost rate, in foreign
currency transaction. If you have specified the negotiated cost rate, then you need to specify
the negotiated reference number also.
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Note
Oracle FLEXCUBE books then online revaluation entries based on the difference in exchange rate between the negotiated cost rate and transaction rate.
6.1.6
Loan Preference Button
From the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen, click ‘Loan Preference’
button. The ‘Loan Preference’ screen is displayed. In this screen you can maintain the details
for the loan.
To recall, you have the option to create a loan from bills module. In case you opt for this
option, the preferences you maintain in this screen will be used to create a loan during
liquidation of bills.
Contract Reference Number
The system displays the contract reference number.
Currency
The system will display the local currency of the Branch in which the loan is initiated. You
cannot change this value.
Tenor
Here you need to indicate the tenor for each loan being maintained. The tenor is expressed
in days. The minimum/maximum tenor specified in the loan product underlying the contract
has to be adhered to.
Line
This is the credit line against which the loan is issued to the customer. The adjoining option
list displays a list of GL codes maintained in the GL Module. Highlight the line you want to
assign to this loan and click ‘Ok’ button to select the line.
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Rate
Select the rate to be applied for the conversion. The options available are Buy rate, Mid Rate
or the Sell Rate.
Rate Code
The rate code will be used to pick up the exchange rate. The rate codes maintained through
the ‘Standard Rate Code Maintenance’ screen will be available for selection in the option list
provided. Select the appropriate rate code for the loan.
Exchange Rate
For a customer availing any Relationship Pricing scheme, the customer specific exchange
rate derived by adding the original exchange rate and the customer spread maintained for the
relationship pricing scheme gets displayed here.
If Relationship Pricing is not applicable, Exchange Rate will be the same as the Original
Exchange Rate.
For more details on customer specific exchange rates, refer the section titled ‘Specifying
Pricing Benefit Details’ in Relationship Pricing user manual.
Rate Type
The Rate Type indicates whether the rate to be applied for the conversion is the Buy rate, Mid
Rate or the Sell Rate. Select the appropriate rate type from the drop down list.
Original Exchange Rate
The base/actual exchange rate between the Contract currency and Collateral currency gets
displayed here.
Loan Value Date
The system displays the debit value date. However, you can amend this field.
For tracking the receivable from the current date, the system will create the loan one day prior
to the debit value date and liquidate on the debit value date. In such cases, you can specify
the loan value date as 1 day prior to the debit value date, so that, the system will create the
loan (having 1 day as tenor) as of that date and will mature on the debit value date.
Maturity Account
You should specify the settlement account for the loan. You can choose a valid account
number from the list of values that is available.
Event Sequence Number
The system displays the event sequence number.
Customer
The system displays the contract customer ID.
Customer Name
The system displays the contract customer name.
Currency Description
The system displays the description of the currency.
Units
Specify the units in which the tenor is specified.
While creating a loan from the bills module, the system defaults the interest rate and
exchange rate specific to the customer. These rates are taken from the section ‘Promotion
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Maintenance’ of the ‘Customer Maintenance’ screen. In case the default rates are not
available, the system defaults the standard mid rate.
The system will calculate the penalty based on the loan creation date. That is, even if the
value date is different from the loan creation date, the penalty will be calculated after the
expiry of the penal start days counted from the date of creation of the loan. You can manually
change the number of penal value days in order to start applying the penalty from a different
date. The following example illustrates it.
For instance, consider a bill with the following particulars:
Particulars
Value
Bill Amount
GBP 10000
Value Date
01-Aug2010
Maturity Date
31-Aug2010
Loan Creation Date/Liquidation
Date
31-Aug2010
Dr. Value Date
25-Aug2010
Loan Value Date
25-Aug2010
Penal Start Days
30 Days
In this case, the system will calculate the penal interest from 30-Sep-2010. This date is
derived by adding 30 penal start days to the loan creation date of 31-Aug-2010.
You can change the penal interest start date by manually changing the number of penal start
days. That is, in the above case, you can set the penal start days as 24 and as a result, the
effective date for the penalty will be set to 24-Sep-2010.
6.1.6.1
Indicating Preferences for the Interest Components
Component
The component gets defaulted from the BC product level.
Description
The description for the component also gets defaulted from the product level.
Rate Type
You can indicate the interest rate type that is to be picked up and applied to the loan contracts
involving the product. The options available for the rate type are:

Fixed

Floating

Special
Choose the appropriate option from the drop down list.
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Rate Code
Interest of the contract is computed on the basis of the Rate code associated with it. This field
is enabled only if you have opted for ‘Floating’ rate type for the loan.
Basis
The interest basis indicates the method in which the tenor for interest has to be calculated, if
their application is tenor based.
It could be one of the following:

(Euro)/360

(US)/360

Actual/360

(Euro)/365

(US)/365

Actual/365

(Euro)/Actual

(US)/Actual

Actual/Actual
The Interest Basis defined for the product involved in the contract will be displayed. You can
change it here to suit the bill you are processing.
The minimum/maximum rate specified in the loan product underlying the contract has to be
adhered to.
Rate
In case you choose the rate type as Fixed, you can specify the rate that is to be used for
computing the interest of the contract.
Usage
The usage indicates the time at which the rate change has to be applied to the loan contract
in case the interest is floating rate type. The options available are:

Auto - rate change is triggered automatically when the rate associated with a rate code
changes.

Periodic – rate change is triggered at pre-defined dates.
Spread
You have to indicate the spread that can be applied on the floating rate.
Amount
In the case of ‘Special’ rate type, the interest component is expressed as an amount and not
as a rate. This amount should be specified when the loan is liquidated.
When a new loan contract is created the following accounting entries are passed:
Event
Code
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Accounting
Role
Amount
Tag
DSBR
DR
LOAN ASSET
GL
PRINCIPAL
DSBR
CR
BRIDGE GL
PRINCIPAL
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If a bill contract is booked with ‘Advance by Loan’ option is not checked at the contract level,
then the following accounting entries are passed:
Event
Code
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
LIQD
DR
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMOUNT (or)
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
LIQD
CR
NOSTRO
BILL_AMOUNT (or)
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
If a bill contract is booked with ‘Advance by Loan’ option is checked at the contract level, then
the following accounting entries are passed:
Event
Code
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Accounting
Role
Amount Tag
LIQD
DR
BRIDGE GL
BILL_LIQ_AMT (or)
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
LIQD
CR
NOSTRO
BILL_LIQ_AMT (or)
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
When a loan is booked against a bill the event ‘BLNK- Bill Linkage to Loan’ is triggered. There
will be no advice or accounting entries passed for this event. If the loan linked with the bill is
reversed then the event ‘BLRV- Bill Linkage reversal to Loan’ is triggered. You cannot reverse
a bill if there is a Loan linked to the bill that has not been reversed. Once the loan is reversed
you will be allowed to reverse the bill.
6.1.7
Effective Interest Rate Button
You can view the effective interest rates applied for the contract through the ‘Effective Interest
Rate’ screen. Click ‘Effective Interest Rate’ button to invoke the screen.
In this screen you will be able to view the Effective Interest Rate and the date from which
interest rate is effective.
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6.1.8
Interest Dates Button
Forfaiting refers to purchasing of an exporter's receivables (the amount importer owes the
exporter) at a discount by paying cash.
The purchaser of the receivables (forfaiter) becomes the entity to whom the importer is
obliged to pay his/her debt. You bank can process such transactions for export bills under an
LC and Usance export bills. As mentioned in the earlier chapters, you can specify the change
of operations for such bills at the product level.
While entering a bills contract, you can capture forfaiting interest details in the ‘Interest
Computation Dates’ screen. Click ‘Interest Dates’ button in the ‘Bills and Collections –
Contract Input - Detailed’ screen and invoke this screen.
Interest Component
Specify the interest components. You can choose the appropriate one from the adjoining
option list. The forfaiting and rebate interest components will be displayed in this list only if the
bill operation has changed to ‘Forfaiting’.
Calculate From Date
You can specify the start date for interest computation. The start date for the main interest
component and acceptance interest components are defaulted from the ‘Bills and Collections
- Contract Input - Detailed’ main screen. However, for the main component, you can specify
the base date. The start date for forfaiting and rebate interest components is defaulted as the
current date. However, you can change this. For components that have already been
liquidated, you cannot change this date.
The start date for all interest components can be less than or equal to the current date. You
cannot input a date in the future.
Calculate To Date
Specify the end date for interest computation. This date for the main interest component and
acceptance interest components are defaulted from ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input’
main screen. However, for the main component, you can specify the date corresponding to
the base date + bill tenor. The system defaults the end date for the forfaiting and rebate
interest components as the contract maturity date. However, you can change this. For
components that have already been liquidated, you cannot change this date.
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The end date for all interest components should be greater than the start date. Oracle
FLEXCUBE supports the upload of component-level interest start and end dates.
6.1.9
Finance/Loan Accounts Button
You can preview the details of the loan linked to the bills contract by clicking ‘Finance/Loan
Accounts’ button in the Contract Online screen. The details of the loan are displayed in the
‘Finance Account’ screen.
The following details are displayed here:
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
All the Loan Account Numbers which are linked to bill

The Amount Financed for the loan account

The currency of the loan account
Brokerage Button
You can capture the brokerage details for a BC contract and set your preferences for sharing
the brokerage amount among multiple brokers using ‘Brokerage’ screen. To invoke the
screen, click ‘Brokerage’ button on ‘Bills and Collections Contract Detailed’ screen.
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Contract Reference
The system displays the reference number of the contract.
Contract Currency
The system displays the currency of the bills contract. You cannot modify the contract
currency.
Brokerage Percentage
Specify the percentage of the contract amount that should be paid as brokerage. Based on
the percentage set here, the system calculates the brokerage amount. The brokerage amount
calculation takes place at the Bills contract level.
In case of Bills contracts, you may directly enter the brokerage amount. However, if you
specify the brokerage percentage as well as the amount, the system ignores the amount and
calculates it afresh based on the percentage specified here.
Brokerage Amount
Specify the brokerage amount to be paid. However, if you have entered the brokerage
percentage, the system ignores the amount mentioned here and calculates it afresh based on
the brokerage percentage.
You can directly enter the contract amount for Bills contracts only. In case of LC contracts, the
system displays the amount based on the brokerage percentage and contract amount. You
cannot modify the brokerage amount in that case.
Brokerage Details
You can share the brokerage amount among multiple brokers. Click add button to add more
brokers to the list.You can define the percentage of brokerage amount to be paid to each
broker selected under this list
Broker
Specify the broker ID. The option list displays all valid broker IDs maintained in the system.
Choose the appropriate one.
You can maintain multiple records for the same broker ID.
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Broker Name
Based on the broker ID selected, the system displays the name of the broker.
Broker Account
Specify the broker account. The option list displays all valid accounts maintained for the
selected broker along with the Nostro accounts and GLs for which posting is allowed. Choose
the appropriate one.
Broker Currency
The system displays the currency of the selected broker account.
Percentage
Specify the percentage of total brokerage amount that should be paid to the selected broker.
This will make the selected broker eligible for that percentage of the total brokerage amount
shown above.
You can allot a specific percentage of the brokerage to each broker selected here. The
system will verify whether the percentages allotted for all brokers together equals to 100 or
not.
Amount in Account Currency
The system displays the portion of brokerage amount allotted to the selected broker in terms
of local currency.
Exchange Rate
The system displays the exchange rate between the local currency and the account currency.
This rate is used to convert the brokerage amount into the account currency. You can modify
the exchange rate.
Amount in Contract Currency
The system calculates and displays the portion of brokerage amount allotted to the selected
broker in terms of contract currency.
Original Exchange Rate
The system displays the actual exchange rate. This rate is inclusive of all available customer
spreads.
Negotiated Rate
Specify the rate of exchange agreed upon after the negotiations with the broker.
The system will display an override message if the negotiated rate is not within the exchange
rate variance maintained at the product.
Negotiation Reference Number
Specify the negotiation reference number.
Once you have captured the details, save the contract. The system allows modification of
brokerage details until its liquidation.
The system will default the brokerage details to the bill contracts associated with this LC. You
may modify the brokerage details at the bills contract level.
You can use ‘Exchange Rate’ button to get the exchange rates between the broker account
currency and bill currency for all the brokers listed in the screen.
The system defaults the brokerage details in ‘Spilt Settlements’ screen. Those details are then
used in settlements. You can enter the routing details for the messages in case the settlement
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takes place through Nostro account. If you modify the default brokerage details in ‘Split
Settlements’ screen, the system displays an error message.
During liquidation of the brokerage, the system generates credit advices for each of the
brokers involved.
6.1.11
Charges Transfer Button
Click ‘Charges Transfer’ button to invoke the ‘Charges Transfer’ screen. This screen displays
charge components transferred from export LC and component wise outstanding charges for
the LC against which the Bill is being availed.
Following details are displayed:

Reference Number

Contract Amount

Counterparty

Currency

LC Reference Number

Component

Component Currency

Amount Transferred
The total amount transferred onto the Bill for a component is internally allocated amongst the
various events of the LC during which the component was charged. System transfers the
charge from LC completely and the same gets marked as liquidated. If export LC is not linked
to import bill, system displays a message instructing you to visit linkages screen to link export
LC to a bill and then visit ‘Charges Transfer’ screen.
This screen does not display any waived components.
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6.1.11.1 Accounting Entries for Charges as a part of Bills
During LC charges transferred from the LC, the following accounting entries will be passed as
a part of Bill Liquidation:
Dr/
Cr
Accounting
role
Amount tag propagated from LC
Dr
BC Customer
LC_CHG_TFR
Cr
Income
LC_CHG_TFR
The system will not pass any accounting entries with regards to transfer of charge onto bills
if the corresponding account entries are not maintained in the LIQD event of Bill. System
settles the charges transferred completely in bills.
6.1.12
Drawer/Drawee IC Button
For inward and outward bills collection, system records and displays the Presenting Bank’s
additional charges and interest on advice, as claimed by the drawer. System can record
charges and interest with interest rate and other details i.e. interest rate, start date and basis
of calculation (360/365) and against this charge component, you have to mention the
following in the system:

whether charges to be collected from the drawer or drawee

whether charges/interest can be waived or cannot be waived
You can view all these details on the advice and upon the settlement of the bill. System
populates and validates all the data.
For instance, in normal scenario drawer’s bank charges are collected from the drawer and
drawee bank’s charges are collected by the drawee. However, some time drawer’s bank ask
their charges also from the drawee only and additionally, drawer also will like to collect some
interest as well along with the invoice value. System records the details of this charges/
interest and mentions if these charges can be waived or not.
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Click ‘Drawer/Drawee IC’ button to invoke the ‘Drawer/Drawee Interest and Charges’ screen.
In this screen, you can define the charge and interest components at the time of initiation of
contract.
Specify the following details in this screen:
Contract Reference Number
Contract Reference Number is displayed.
Start Date
Specify the Start date for interest details. Start date cannot be less than bill booking date.
6.1.12.1 Interest Tab
Specify the following details pertaining to interest:
Interest Details 1
Specify the following details:
Component
Specify the interest component.
Component Description
Specify the description of the interest component.
Component Currency
Specify the currency of the interest component.
Interest Details 2
Specify the following details:
Component
Specify the interest component.
Component Description
Specify the description of the interest component.
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Component Currency
Specify the currency of the interest component.
Interest Details 3
Specify the following details:
Component
Specify the interest component.
Component Description
Specify the description of the interest component.
Component Currency
Specify the currency of the interest component.
Interest Rate
Specify interest rate. Interest rate cannot be greater than 100.
Interest Basis
Select the interest basis from the drop-down list. You have the following options:

Actual/360

Actual/365

Actual/364

30(Euro)/360

30(US)/360

30(Euro)/365

30(US)/365

30(Euro)/Actual

30(US)/Actual

Actual/Actual

30(Euro)/364

30(US)/364
Interest Amount
The interest amount is the interest to be levied on drawer.
Waive
Select the waiver from the drop-down list. You have the following options:

Yes - If you select this option, then there will be no implications of calculated interest
amount

No - If you select this option, then you can modify the calculated interest amount
System considers the period between the start date and the date of liquidation for calculating
interest amount.
During liquidation, system calculates and displays the amount for each of the defined
component.
6.1.12.2 Charge Tab
In the ‘Drawer/Drawee Interest and Charges’ screen click ‘Charge’ tab to maintain the charge
details.
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Specify the following details pertaining to the charges:
Charge Details 1
Specify the following details:
Component
Specify the charge component.
Component Description
Specify the description of the charge component.
Component Currency
Specify the currency of the charge component.
Charge Details 2
Specify the following details:
Component
Specify the charge component.
Component Description
Specify the description of the charge component.
Component Currency
Specify the currency of the charge component.
Charge Details 3
Specify the following details:
Component
Specify the charge component.
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Component Description
Specify the description of the charge component.
Component Currency
Specify the currency of the charge component.
Waive
Select the waiver from the drop-down list. You have the following options:

Yes - If you select this option, then there will be no implications of calculated charge
amount

No - If you select this option, then you can modify the calculated charge amount
Charge Percentage
Specify charge percentage. It cannot be greater than 100.
System calculates the final charge based on this value.
Charge Amount
The charge amount is the charge to be levied on drawer.
In case of Partial Liquidation, system calculates the drawer’s/drawee’s Interest and Charges
in full and recovers during the first liquidation. Interest is calculated till maturity date of bill.
During liquidation the remaining Bill amount, the drawer’s/drawee’s Interest and Charges are
not applicable. During liquidation, system calculates and displays the amount for each of the
defined component.
In the BC module the initial operations include Purchase, Discount and Negotiation (BPUR,
BDIS and INIT) events are shown below:
FCY
Amount
Exc
h.
LCY
Amount
Dr/
Cr
Account
role code
Amount tag
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
LOAN_LIQD_
AMT
200 USD
50
10000
7-SEP09
Cr
BRIDGE GL
LOAN_LIQD_
AMT
200 USD
50
10000
7-SEP09
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
AMT_PURCHASED
100 USD
50
5000
7-SEP09
Cr
CUSTOMER
AMT_PURCHASED
100 USD
50
5000
7-SEP09
Rate
Date
The corresponding events in CL would trigger the LIQD event in the CL module, whose
appropriate accounting entries are as seen under:
Dr/
Cr
Account role
code
Amount tag
LCY
Amount
Dr
BRIDGE GL
PRINCIPAL_LCRY
9000
7-SEP09
Cr
ASSET GL
PRINCIPAL_LCRY
9000
7-SEP09
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Date
Dr
BRIDGE GL
<INTEREST>_LCRY
1000
7-SEP09
Cr
INTERESTREC
<INTEREST>_LCRY
1000
7-SEP09
In addition to the above events, the system maintains normal LIQD accounting tags for any
further Manual Liquidations in the CL module.
For example, let us illustrate accounting entries for the additional events using conditions
bulleted below:
–
Funds received in NOSTRO = USD 600
–
Bill Amount = USD 600
–
Loan Outstanding in LCY(Principal and Interest) = INR 10,000
–
Bills Purchased = USD300
–
Effective LCY Exchange Rate USD/INR =50
The table below shows LPUR/LDIS/LIQD events in the BC module:
FCY
Amoun
t
Exch
.
LOAN_LIQD_
AMT
200
USD
50
10000
10SEP-02
BRIDGE GL
LOAN_LIQD_
AMT
200
USD
50
10000
10SEP-02
Dr
NOSTRO
AMT_PURCHASED
300
USD
50
15000
10SEP-02
Cr
BILLS PURCHASED
AMT_PURCHASED
300
USD
50
15000
10SEP-02
Dr
NOSTRO
COLL_LIQ_AMT
100
USD
50
5000
10SEP-02
Cr
CUSTOMER
COLL_LIQ_AMTE
Q
100US
D
50
5000
10SEP-02
Dr/
Cr
Account
role code
Dr
NOSTRO
Cr
Amount tag
Rate
LCY
Amount
Date
In case of the event LIQD you need not maintain accounting entries pertaining to Purchase.
In case of Normal Liquidation without any Purchase or Loan linkages, you need to maintain
the existing tags ‘BILL_LIQ_AMT’ and ‘BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ’. Finally in case or Loan or
Purchase Liquidation, the excess funds are linked to the ‘COLL_LIQ_AMT ‘tag. The order for
Liquidation Proceeds is Loan Asset, Bills Purchased Asset and then Customer.The
corresponding event in the CL module triggers a Loan LIQD event shown in the table below:
Dr/
Cr
Acc-role
Amount tag
LCY
Date
Dr
BRIDGE GL
PRINCIPAL_LCRY
900
0
10-SEP02
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Cr
ASSET GL
PRINCIPAL_LCRY
900
0
10-SEP02
Dr
BRIDGE GL
<INTEREST>_LCRY
100
0
10-SEP02
Cr
INTERESTREC
<INTEREST>_LCRY
100
0
10-SEP02
Again more then the above the system maintains normal LIQD accounting tags for any further manual
liquidations in the CL module.
6.1.13
Message Preview Button
You can preview the messages or advices that will be generated for the contract using
‘Message Preview’ screen. To invoke this screen, click ‘Message Preview’ button.
For the contract, you can view the following details of the messages:

The document number generated for the message/advice

Type of message generated for the event

Customer ID of the receiver of the message/advice

Name of the receiver of the message/advice

Media of transmitting the message/advice (Mail/SWIFT)

SWIFT message type of the message

Status of the message/advice
If the contract is authorized. you cannot use the message preview feature. The ‘Message
Preview’ button will be disabled in that case.
Message preview functionality is available on save for all the BC transactions. Along with the
preview option, you will be allowed to print the required message/advice from the preview
screen.
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6.1.13.1 Viewing Message/Advice
Select a message/ advice and click ‘View’ button to view the complete message/advice. The
system will display the following details in a new window.
You can view the following details:

Reference number of the message/advice

Document number generated for the message/advice

Version number of the message/advice

Receiver/sender of the message

Type of the message

Type of the SWIFT message

Complete text of the message/advice

Remarks, if any

Reject reason, if any

Message trailer
6.1.13.2 Printing Message/Advices
From the ‘Message Preview’ screen, you can print or spool a message/advice using ‘Report
Options’ screen. Select the message/advice and click ‘Print’ button to print the message/
advice.
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6.1.14
All Messages Button
Click ‘All Messages’ button to invoke the ‘View Message’ screen. This screen displays all the
incoming and outgoing messages associated to the contract.
The following details are displayed:
Contract reference number
Displays Reference number of the contract, for which messages are generated.
Message Date
Displays the message generation date or received date
Direction
Displays whether the message is an incoming or outgoing message
DCN
Displays document reference number of a contract.
Media
Displays whether the message is a swift message or mail message
Message Type
Displays the type of message
Swift Message Type
Displays the Swift MT number of the message sent or received
Receiver/Sender
Displays Receiver or Sender ID.
Name
Displays the name of the Sender or Receiver
Message Status
Displays current status of message
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Test Status
Displays the test status
Authorized
System displays whether the status is authorized or unauthorized.
Acknowledgement Status
Displays the Ack/Nack status of a message
PDE Flag
Displays the PDE flag
Select a message and click on Message button to view details of the message.
6.1.15
Import License Button
You can link the import license to an import BC contract and update the utilization amount or
quantity for the linked import licenses. Click on ‘Import License’ to view the import license
details.
Import License No
Select the import license number from the adjoining option list.The import licenses maintained
for the party type ‘Applicant’ in the Import License Maintenance screen is displayed in the
option list.
Goods Code
Select the goods code from the adjoining option list.
Goods Short Description
The system displays the goods code description maintained in the ‘Bills and Collections
Commodity Code Maintenance’ screen.
UoM/Currency
The system displays the unit of measurement or currency captured for the goods code of
import license.
Note
If the basis is ‘Quantity’, then the system displays the UoM maintained for the goods code.
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If the basis is ‘Amount’, then the system displays the currency maintained for the import
license.
Qty/License Amount
The system displays the Quantity or License Amount captured for the goods code of import
license.
Qty/License Amt Already Utilized
The system displays the sum total of Quantity or License Amount already utilized for the
goods code.
Qty/License Amt Already Reinstated
The system displays the sum total of Quantity or License Amount already reinstated for the
goods code.
Available Qty/License Amt
The system displays either the Available Quantity or Available License Amount for the goods
code.
Qty/License Amt Utilized
Specify the quantity or the license amount utilized.
Note
If the license utilization basis is Quantity, then the system defaults the License Amount Utilized as Quantity Utilized * Rate/Unit.
Qty/License Amt Reinstated
Specify the quantity or the license amount reinstated.
Note
–
If the License Amount Utilized is maintained for an goods code of an import license,
then the system allows reinstatement of the license amount.
–
The ‘Qty/License Amt Reinstated’ should be less than or equal to the sum total of
Qty/License Amount Utilized - Qty/License Amt Reinstated.
–
You can enter either Qty/License Amount Utilized or Qty/License Amt Reinstated
for a goods code.
If a goods code is classified as licensed or prohibited and is captured for an import LC or BC
contract and if the import license details are not specified, then on save the system displays
an override message as 'Import License Details are not entered for the contract'.
After authorization, you cannot modify or delete import licenses linked to a BC contract.
Note
If the good is classified either as Licensed or as Prohibited and the import licence details
are not entered in the LC or BC contract screens, then the system displays an override
message as ‘Import license details are not entered for the contract’.
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6.1.16
OFAC Check Button
OFAC check enables the application to call an external web service to perform black list check
for customer and customer accounts and give warnings appropriately while transacting with
black listed customers. You can also capture your remarks before overriding the black list
warning.
Click ‘OFAC Check’ button in ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen to view
the OFAC check response in the ‘External System Detail’ screen On clicking ’OFAC Check’
button, system will build the request XML and call the web service. The ‘External System
details’ screen displays the response is received from the external system and you will be also
allowed to enter your remarks in this screen. The response received will also be sent to Oracle
FLEXCUBE Database layer for any further interpretations of the same. This button can be
made visible while carrying out the actual customization. Request building response
interpretation in the database layer needs to be done as part of customization to enable this.
Here, you can view /capture the following details:
External System Response
The response from the external system regarding the black listed customer is displayed here.
User Remarks
Specify your remarks regarding the black listed customer here.
6.1.17
Collateral Button
While processing a bill against an LC, you can reduce the cash offered as collateral for the LC.
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In the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’ screen, you need to click ‘Collateral’
button. The ‘LC Cash Collateral’ screen is displayed.
You can reduce the cash collateral amount by the amount being availed through the bill. If you
make an availment against an LC and do not reduce the cash collateral, an override message
is displayed. Oracle FLEXCUBE will not automatically reverse the cash collateral when an
availment is made against an LC.
6.1.17.1 Linking Contracts to Accounts and Deposits
You can ‘link’ a deposit or an account to a bill contract. Linking a deposit or account to a bill
means:
Type of
Linkage
Linking a
deposit
Linking an
account
It Implies
The entire bill amount, or a portion of it, can be linked to a deposit. The outstanding amount in the deposit should always be greater than or equal to
the outstanding bill amount.
A deposit can be linked to more than one contract provided funds are available in the deposit.
You can link the entire contract amount, or a portion of it, to a savings or
current account that is maintained with you. The available balance in the
account should always be equal to or greater than the contract amount that
is outstanding.
An account can be linked to any number of contracts provided a balance
greater than or equal to the total amount outstanding in the linked contracts
is available.
Please note that the entire contract amount, or a portion of it, can be linked to any number of
deposits and accounts, or both. From the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input - Detailed’
screen you can invoke the ‘Contract Linkages’ screen by choosing the ‘Linkages’ button. In
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this screen, you can specify any account maintained with you and indicate the funds that you
would like to block.
6.1.18
Linkage Details Button
In the Contract Details screen, you can specify the type of linkage. The bill can be linked to a:

Deposit

Customer account

Shipping Guarantee

Export LC
For export LC, note the following:

‘Export type of LC’ is the only option displayed in the option-list.

System allows Export LC for linkage only for bills under reimbursement type of LC.

An override message is displayed if any outstanding advising charges are to be
collected at the time of bill lodgement or liquidation. This override message is only for
Import Bills under LC. You can link the export LC from the ‘Linkages Details’ screen and
perform the charges transfer
Note
For shipping guarantee, if bill amount is less than the shipping guarantee amount, an error
will be displayed. In case bill amount is more than the shipping guarantee amount, an override message will be displayed.
Specifying the Details of the Linkage
If the bill you are processing is linked to a deposit, you should enter the Reference Number of
the deposit. The deposit should be a valid contract in Oracle FLEXCUBE, with a Value Date
that is earlier than, or the same as the Value Date of the bill, and a Maturity Date that is the
same as, or later than that of the bill.
If you link the bill to an account, you must specify the account number. The account has to be
a Current or Savings Bank account.
Version Number
The version number of the bill on which you are working is displayed in this field.
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Currency
The currency of the linkage type to which the bill is linked is displayed once the linkage details
are specified.
Exchange Rate
If the currency of the bill is different from the currency of the deposit or account to which it is
linked, the mid-rate for the day will be picked from the Exchange Rate table, and displayed in
the screen.
Linked Amount
In this screen, you should also indicate the contract amount that has to be linked to the deposit
or account. This amount can be the entire bill amount, or a portion of it. The ‘amount available
for linkage’, in the specified deposit or account, is arrived at taking into account the other
linkages and uncollected funds, and the unauthorized balance (in case an account).
The system will display the following amounts, once you specify the Linked Amount:

Amount linked to each contract or account

The contract amount that has not been linked, in the case of a partial linkage
Type
This is the type or nature of the document that you have specified in the Document code field.
This field is defaulted based on the document code you have selected.
The documents required under a bill can be of the following types:

Transport documents

Insurance documents

Invoices

Other documents (including packaging list, certificates of origin, etc.)
Linked to Reference Number Account
Specify the contract/account to which you wish to link the bill.
Converted Linked Amount
If the linked contract is in a different currency (than that of the bill), the system will convert the
account/contract amount into the bill currency and display it here.
Available Amount
The system displays the amount available in the linked contract/amount.
6.1.19
FX Linkage Button
Oracle FLEXCUBE allows you to link a bill involving a specific counterparty with FX deals
involving the counterparty. This feature guards you against exchange rate fluctuations. For
instance, in case cross currency settlements are made for a bill, you would, typically, enter
into a forward deal with the counterparty (or ask the counterparty to enter into a forward deal).
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Click ‘FX Linkage’ button from the Contract screen. The ‘FX Linkage’ screen is displayed.
You can link one or more FX deals to a bill. The value of an FX deal should not exceed the
value of the bill it hedges. If you link several FX deals to a bill, the total value of all the deals
should not exceed the bill amount.
6.1.20
Change Log Button
You can view the values that were modified in a specific version of a bills contract. In the
Contract Details screen, click ‘Change Log’ button to see the changes made at a specific
version. The values that changed in the version will be displayed in a screen, as follows:
6.1.20.1 Viewing Different Versions of a Bill
When you enter a bills contract, it is allotted the version number 1. From then on, each
amendment that you make to the contract results in the next version of the contract being
created. In Detailed View screen of a contract the latest version will be displayed. To navigate
between the various versions, use the arrow buttons to view the previous and next versions.
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6.1.20.2 Indicating Advice Processing Charge Collection Preference
Oracle FLEXCUBE provides you with the facility to automatically debit customers of the
charges you incur in sending them advices over different media types. When creating a
product, you can set up these charges. However, when processing a contract, you can opt to
waive these charges.
At the time of saving a contract, the system displays the ‘Product Event Advices Maintenance’
screen wherein you will be allowed to:

Suppress an advice from being sent

Change the Priority of the advice

Indicate that charges have to be collected from the receiving party
If you indicate that the customer is the receiver of charges, the system automatically locates
the relevant Receiver, Media and Country combination from the available Charge
Maintenance Details records, and deducts the charge amount associated with the particular
combination. The Charge amount is deducted from the customer account in the specified
currency. If you have not maintained a Charge Maintenance Details record for the particular
customer, the system uses the wildcard entry type record to deduct the charge amount.
6.2
Bill Liquidation
This section contains the following topics:
6.2.1

Section 6.2.1, "Liquidating Receivable Components of a Bill"

Section 6.2.2, "Reversing Liquidation Entries"

Section 6.2.3, "Partial Payment of Discounted Bills"
Liquidating Receivable Components of a Bill
The components of a bill can be liquidated either automatically or manually. The receivable
components of a bill, however, will have to be liquidated manually. This is because when a
component is due from a customer, and the customer is unable to pay, you debit your interest
receivable account and credited the income account.
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When the customer pays you can liquidate the receivable outstanding components of the bill
from the Bills and Collections Contract screen either by selecting ‘Liquidate’ from the
Application toolbar or clicking liquidate icon. Enter the liquidation amount and save the
liquidation. The contract will be liquidated.
6.2.2
Reversing Liquidation Entries
You can reverse the authorized accounting entries that were passed when you liquidated an
outstanding receivable component of a bill. You can reverse the accounting entries passed
for the liquidation of an outstanding component of a bill through the Receivable Liquidation
screen. Specify the Contract Reference Number of the bill. All the outstanding components of
the bill that were paid from a receivable account will be displayed.
Query the component whose liquidation entries you want to reverse. Choose Reverse form
the Processing sub-menu of the Application toolbar. The system will prompt you to indicate
whether you want to reverse the liquidation entries passed for the outstanding component or
make the component outstanding again.
If you indicate that the entries should be reversed, the accounting entries that were passed
earlier will be reversed. However, you will not be able to pass further entries for the payment
of that component at a future date. If you indicate that the component should be made
outstanding, the accounting entries that were passed earlier will be reversed and the
component will become outstanding again.
The reversal of the liquidation of a component may sometimes entail a change in the status
of the bill. If the contract is set for automatic status change, this change will be made by the
system automatically.
For further details on generic attributes that you can define for liquidation of a BC contract,
please refer the ‘Liquidation’ User Manual under Modularity.
6.2.3
Partial Payment of Discounted Bills
For discounted export bills you can partially liquidate the principal before the maturity date of
the bill. In this case, correction entries will be passed for the:

Interest that has been collected in advance and

Interest receivable in the future along with the respective accruals/amortization as the
case may be
For example, you have entered a bill worth USD 20000 in Oracle FLEXCUBE on 1 February
2001. The bill expires on 31 March 2001. Original Interest calculation period: 01 Feb to 31
March 2001 On 08 Feb you partially liquidate USD 8000 of the Original Bill Amount. The
excess interest that should be refunded to the customer is derived as follows:

Interest collected in advance on USD 20000 = X

Interest on 20000 between 1 Feb to 7 Feb 01 = Y

Interest on 12000 between 1 Feb to 7 Feb 01 = Z

Excess interest refunded to the customer = X - (Y+Z)
Accrual adjustment entries as on 11 Feb 2001 (the liquidation date)

Accruals already done on interest between 1 Feb to 10 Feb 2001 = A

Interest calculated on 20000 between 1 Feb 01 to 7 Feb 01 = B

Interest calculated on 12000 between 8 Feb 01 to 11 Feb 01 = C

Accrued interest after partial liquidation = (B + C) – A
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6.3
BC Authorize Contract Details
This section contains the following topics:
6.3.1

Section 6.3.1, "Authorizing BC Contracts"

Section 6.3.2, "Multilevel Authorization of a Contract"
Authorizing BC Contracts
You can use the ‘BC Authorize Contract’ screen to authorize BC contract registration, input,
amendment and payment operations. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCDTRAUT’ in
the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow
button. The screen is displayed below:
Specify the following details:
Contract Reference
Specify the contract number which you are authorizing.
Generate Message
Check this option to generate the messages.
Rekey Fields
Rekey the following details for authorizing a contract.
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
Bill Currency

Bill Amount

Customer ID

Value Date

Maturity Date

Total Paid
Change Log Details
If there are any values changed in the contract, then the following details are displayed here:

Field Description

Old Value

New Value
Overrides
The following override details of the contract for all operations is displayed here:

Confirmed

Override text

Authorized By

Authorized Date

Status
Note
6.3.2
–
If the contract has multilevel of authorization pending
–
if the level of authorization is greater than or equal to ‘N’ and if the authorisation limit
of the authoriser is less than the difference of contract value and sum of
authorisation limit of authorisers (if multiple users are authorizing the contract)
involved in authorization.
–
If the transaction amount is greater than the authoriser limit in case of single authoriser.
Multilevel Authorization of a Contract
OLE_LINK4OLE_LINK3High value transactions may require multilevel of authorization. The
levels of authorizations are defined in the ‘Product Transaction Limits’ screen. You can use
the ‘Multilevel Authorization Detailed’ screen for authoring a contract n-1 times. However, final
authorization can take place only in the contract screen.
For more details, refer the ‘Multilevel Authorization of Contract/Loan Account’ section in the
‘Procedures’ User Manual.
6.4
Customer Address Maintenance
This section contains the following topic:

Section 6.4.1, "Viewing the Media Addresses of a Customer"
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6.4.1
Viewing the Media Addresses of a Customer
When you specify the CIF ID of the counterparty involved in a bills contract, the Media
Address details that you have maintained for the customer will be displayed. These details
are displayed in the ‘Customer Address Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke this screen by
typing ‘MSDCUSAD’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking
on the adjoining arrow button.
When you specify the CIF ID, the system checks whether you have maintained multiple media
addresses for the customer. If you have maintained multiple media addresses, a list of all the
media addresses will be displayed in a separate window.
6.5
BIC Code Details
This section contains the following topic:

6.5.1
Section 6.5.1, "Capturing the BIC Details of a Customer"
Capturing the BIC Details of a Customer
When the media type of the party is SWIFT, and the customer address you have specified
happens to be a BIC customer, the system automatically displays the related BIC details in
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the ‘BIC Code Details’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘ISDBICDE’ in the field at
the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.I
6.6
Bills and Collections Contract Reassign
This section contains the following topic:

6.6.1
Section 6.6.1, "Reassigning a Contract to another User"
Reassigning a Contract to another User
A contract can be deleted only by the user who entered it. If a contract has to be deleted and
the user who input the same is not available to do it, you can reassign the contract to another
user so that the other user can delete it. Typically, this situation may arise during EOD
operations, when a contract that is not authorized has to be deleted and the user who input it
has left office for the day.
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You can invoke the ‘Bills & Collections Contract Reassign’ screen by typing ‘BCDTREAS’ in
the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow
button.
To reassign a contract to another user, the following steps are required:
1. Step 1 - Indicate the product associated with the bill. You can select a product code from
the option list, which contains a list of the authorized products that you have created.
2. Step 2 - Indicate the contract reference number of the bill you wish to reassign, to another
user. You can select a reference number from the option list, which contains a list of all
the active bills.
3. Step 3 -Select the User ID of the user to whom you, are assigning the contract.
Note
This user to whom you reassign a contract should have access rights to enter bill contracts.
Your User ID will be defaulted from the login screen. Select ‘Save’ from the Application toolbar
or click save icon to save the specifications you have made. Click ‘Exit’ or ‘Cancel’ button if
you do not want to save the details that you entered.
6.7
Outstanding Items Report
This section contains the following topics:
6.7.1

Section 6.7.1, "Generating Outstanding Items Report"

Section 6.7.2, "Selection Options"

Section 6.7.3, "Contents of the Report"
Generating Outstanding Items Report
This report lists all the outstanding items (including commissions and charges), which have
been debited to a GL account, which is normally the accounts receivable ledger. The items
are marked as outstanding. This report is available in the Application Browser under LQ
(indicating liquidation).
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6.7.2
Selection Options
The report is sorted on the basis of currency. It is listed in the serial order of the Accounts
receivable account under the currency type. Ap11s the sequence of this report is by the
Accounts Receivable account, a bill may be reported in more than one place i.e., different
charges and interest items were booked to different GLs. This report highlights the necessary
details for collection or payment of the outstanding amount, so that the required action may
be taken.
6.7.3
Contents of the Report
The report contains the following information:
Field
Description
Party CIF ID
This is the ID assigned to the customer in the Customer Information File (CIF)
of the Core Services module of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Party Name
The short name of the Customer maintained in bill will be printed.
For all credits which have been opened at your branch, the name of the applicant is printed here.
For those credits which have been advised or confirmed (i.e., the original operation was advise, advise & confirm or confirm) the name of the beneficiary
bank is printed in this field.
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Party Type
This is the party type assigned to the customer in the Parties screen.
Ac CCY
This is the currency of the outstanding amount.
Module
This is the module to which the outstanding receivable component belongs.
Contract Ref
No
This is the reference number of the contract whose outstanding receivable
components are overdue.
Event Code
This is the event under which the Outstanding component should have been
paid.
Booking Date
This is the date on which the original entry was passed.
Receivable Ac
Code
This is the account that is to be credited when the customer pays the outstanding component.
Ac Branch
This is the branch to which the account belongs.
Amount
This is the amount of the outstanding component that is to be received from the
customer.
Amount Tag
This is the amount tag of the component.
Description
This is a description of the amount tag.
Bills and Collections Payment Input Details
This section contains the following topics:

Section 6.8.1, "Liquidating Overdue Components"
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6.8.1
Liquidating Overdue Components
You can liquidate the overdue components i.e. Normal and Penal components partially or fully
through the ‘Payment Input’ screen.
You can invoke the ‘Bills & Collections Payment Input’ screen by typing ‘BCDTRPAY’ in the
field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow
button.
Specify the following in this screen:
Contract Reference
Specify the contract you want to liquidate. You can also select the contract from the adjoining
option list. The list displays all the active contracts with bill amount ‘zero’.
Total Due Amount
Total due amount of all the sub-components of a multi tenor contract is displayed here.
However, for a non-multi-tenor contract, the system displays the total amount due for all the
components.
Click ‘P’ button to display the outstanding amount. This screen also displays all the overdue
interest and penalty interest on Principal.
On clicking ‘L’ button, the system will allocate the payment amount towards each component.
On clicking ‘S’ button, the system displays the total amount paid and this total amount will be
displayed in the ‘Total Paid’ field.
The following details are displayed in ‘Payment Breakup’ section of the screen:

Component

Amount Due
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
Currency

Amount Prepaid
Note
–
You can choose to liquidate the overdue components only if the interest component
is specified as Arrears
–
For a multi tenor contract, sub-components are populated as components
This provision is applicable for incoming advance bills where interest is collected in arrears
and outgoing discounted/purchased bills (penalty interest is always collected in arrears). In
case the components are liquidated, the screen amends the status of the contract as
liquidated. You can also reverse the interest component that is liquidated.
On saving the transaction, the bill amount is validated against the product transaction limit and
the user input limit maintained in the system. The system displays an appropriate override/
error message if the amount exceeds the allowed input limit. It also indicates the level of
authorisation required if the transaction the amount is in excess of the transaction limit
maintained.
The system converts the bill amount using the standard mid rate to the transaction limit
currency and check against the transaction limit amount maintained for the product if the bill
currency is different from the transaction limit currency.
6.9
Bills and Collections Document Arrival Notice Input
This section contains the following topics:
6.9.1

Section 6.9.1, "Maintaining Document Arrival Details"

Section 6.9.2, "Document Details Tab"

Section 6.9.3, "Goods Tab"
Maintaining Document Arrival Details
Document arrival notice message is generated whenever the documents arrive after the
payment is made for a Bill under LC. Oracle FLEXCUBE does not allow you to capture the
document details of a contract after making a payment in contract online screen. Hence,
whenever the documents arrive after the payment, the same details are captured in the ‘Bills
& Collections Document Arrival Notice Input’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing
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‘BCDTRDOC’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button. The screen is displayed below:
Specify the following details:
Contract Reference
Specify the contract number for which you are maintaining the document details. You can also
select the contract details from the adjoining option list. The list displays all the authorised
contracts maintained in the system.
Latest Event Sequence Number
The system displays the latest event number.
Click the ‘Default’ button to display the documents details maintained for the contract.
6.9.2
Document Details Tab
Specify the following details:
Document Details
Specify the following document details:

Document Code – the document code

Description – the description of the document code
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
Document Type – the type of document

First Mail Original – the first original mail

Second Mail Original – the second original mail

First Mail Copy – the first mail copy

Second Mail Copy – the second mail copy

Reimbursing Bank Copy – the reimbursing bank copy

Document Reference – the document reference number

Document Date – the document date

Covering Letter Reference – the covering letter reference

Covering Letter Date – the covering letter date
Clause Details
There are some standard clauses, which should appear on the documents that are required
under a documentary bill. In this screen you can indicate the clauses that should accompany
a document.
6.9.3
Goods Tab
You can maintain the goods details by clicking the ‘Goods’ tab.
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7. Defining Discount Accrual Fee Classes
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can define the different types of charges or fees that apply on a
product as ‘classes’. A charge class is a specific type of charge component (E.g. ‘Charges for
amending the terms of a loan’).
When defining a product, you merely have to attach the required classes. In this manner, a
contract processed under a particular product acquires the classes (components) associated
with the product.
A discount accrual fee class can be made applicable for loans and bills processed in Oracle
FLEXCUBE. To apply a discount accrual fee, you should first define attributes for each of the
components.
This chapter contains the following sections:
7.1

Section 7.1, "Discount Accrual Fees"

Section 7.2, "Computation of Net Discount Accrual Amount for a Processing Day"
Discount Accrual Fees
This chapter contains the following sections:
7.1.1

Section 7.1.1, "Processing Discount Accrual Fees"

Section 7.1.2, "Defining a Discount Accrual Fee Class"

Section 7.1.3, "Associating Discount Accrual Components to Products"
Processing Discount Accrual Fees
The following steps are involved in processing discount accrual fees:
1. Defining discount accrual fee classes
2. Associating discount accrual fee classes with a product
7.1.2
Defining a Discount Accrual Fee Class
A discount accrual fee class specifies the accrual parameters for interest, charges and fees.
You can define the attributes of a discount accrual fee class in the ‘Discount Accrual Class
Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘DADACRCL’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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Before defining the attributes of a discount accrual fee class, you should specify the following:
Class Code
Specify a unique identifier for the class.
Description
Enter a brief description for the class. A description would help you easily identify the class.
Module
Specify the module to which the class is associated.
Module Description
A brief description of the module is displayed here.
7.1.2.1
Specifying Accrual Preferences
When building a discount accrual fee class, you define the following attributes:
Discount Accrual Required
Specify whether Discount accrual should be performed for the class.
Accrual Frequency
Specify the frequency at which discount accrual should be performed. This can be either Daily
or Monthly. For monthly accruals, the discount accrual will be done on the last day of the
month.
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Acquisition Type
The Acquisition Type determines whether the initial cash flows for a C contract can be more
(Premium) or less (Discount) or equal (Par) to the bill amount.
The ‘Acquisition Type’ is determined by the cash flows of interest, charges and fees for which
'Consider as Discount' option is checked.
The drop down list comprises of the following values:

Par

Par/Discount

Par/Premium

Par/Discount/Premium
If the incoming cash flows of all the above components are greater than outgoing cash flows
considering Incoming flow as Positive (In case of bills), the acquisition type is considered as
Discount.
If the incoming cash flows of all the above components are less than outgoing cash flows
considering Incoming flow as Positive (In case of bills), the acquisition type is considered as
Premium.
If the incoming cash flows of all the above components are equal to outgoing cash flows
considering Incoming flow as Positive (In case of bills), the acquisition type is considered as
Par.
Note
The acquisition type of a contract can change from premium to par/discount or otherwise
depending on the charges getting liquidated during the life cycle of the contract.
Handling of Foreclosure
Specify how foreclosures with respect to the contracts using the class must be handled. You
can opt for the completion of pending accruals, or refund. In case the ‘Acquisition Type’ is
‘Par’, there are no refunds. Only the pending accruals are completed.
7.1.2.2
Specifying Day Count Method Details
You can specify the day count methods for each currency using the class. You can define the
day count methods for both the Numerator and the Denominator.
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7.1.3
Associating Discount Accrual Components to Products
After building discount accrual fee classes you can associate the class with loans or bills
products. Click ‘Discount Accrual’ button in the Product Definition screen. The ‘Discount
Accrual Preference Association’ screen is invoked.
To associate discount accrual fee class with a product, click ‘Default From Class’ button in the
Discount Accrual Preference Association screen. Select the appropriate discount accrual fee
class from the list of classes.
The attributes defined for the discount accrual fee class defaults to the product. You have the
option to modify the attributes defined for the class, to suit the requirement of the product you
are creating. Alternatively, you can choose to define the discount accrual details for the
product.
The system derives the acquisition type based on the following criteria:
Product
Type
Inflow/
Outflow
Acquisition
Type
Asset
Inflow>Outflow
Discount
Asset
Inflow<Outflow
Premium
Asset
Inflow=Outflow
Par
An asset here is a BC contract and Inflow/Outflow could pertain to the charges and discounted
interest associated with a contract. Now, if the acquisition type derived by the system for a
contract and the acquisition type of the discount accrual class linked at the product are
different, system does not allow saving of a contract.
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7.1.3.1
Events and Accounting Entries for Discount Accrual
While defining the accounting entries for the Loans and Bills modules you must identify the
events and accounting entries that are required for discount accrual fee accounting. One of
these is the YTM based Discount Accrual (YACR) event.
It is meant to indicate the periodic discount accruals for the contract. The Accounting Roles
that should be associated with the event YACR are:
Accounting
Role
Acquisition
Type
Product
Type
EIMDISCRIA
Discount
Asset
Effective Interest Based Discount
To Be Accrued
EIMDISCINC
Discount
Asset
Effective Interest Based Discount
Accrued Till Date
EIMPREMPIA
Premium
Asset
EIM Premium paid in advance
EIMPREMEXP
Premium
Asset
EIM Premium Expense
EIMINTADJREC
Par
Asset
EIM Interest Adjustment Receivable
EIMINTADJINC
Par
Asset
EIM Interest Adjustment Income
Description
The Amount Tags for the YACR event:
Amount Tag
Description
EIMDISC_ACCR
Net Discount Accrual amount for the processing day
EIMDISC_ADJ
Discount accrual refund amount
EIMPREM_ACCR
Net premium accrual amount for processing day
EIMINTADJ_ACCR
Interest adjustment amount
EIMPREM_ADJ
Premium accrual refund amount
The following entries should be maintained for the YACR event for assets (BC contracts):
Accounting
Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
Indicator
EIMDISCRIA
EIMDISC_ACCR
Debit
EIMDISCINC
EIMDISC_ACCR
Credit
EIMDISCRIA
EIMDISC_ADJ
Debit
CUSTOMER
EIMDISC_ADJ
Credit
CUSTOMER
EIMPREM_ADJ
Debit
EIMPREMPIA
EIMPREM_ADJ
Credit
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EIMINTADJREC
EIMINTADJ_ACCR
Debit
EIMINTADJINC
EIMINTADJ_ACCR
Credit
EIMPREMEXP
EIMPREM_ACCR
Debit
EIMPREMPIA
EIMPREM_ACCR
Credit
The account head mapped to the accounting role EIMDISCRIA and account heads mapped
to the subsystem specific RIA (Received in Advance) accounting roles should be maintained
as the same account.
For discount accrual, you must also maintain the following accounting set-up for the Charge
Liquidation event. The charge liquidation event is the event in the life of a bill contract at which
the charge is going to be levied; you would have specified this while building a charge class
or while attaching a charge class to the product. This is in addition to the normal accounting
set-up that you would define for the LIQD event:
Accounting
Role
Description
component_RIA*
Charge amount Received in Advance
* The component will be replaced by the appropriate Charge Rule.
Amount Tag
Description
component_DISC*
Charge Amount to be discounted
component_PIA
Charge amount paid in advance
* The component will be replaced by the appropriate Charge Rule. The following entries
should be maintained for the charge liquidation event.
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Charge
rule>_RIA
<Charge rule>_DISC
Credit
CUSTOMER
<Charge rule>_DISC
Debit
<Charge
rule>_INC
<Charge rule>_LIQD
Credit
CUSTOMER
<Charge rule>_LIQD
Debit
<Charge rule>_PIA
<Charge rule>_PREM
Debit
CUSTOMER
<Charge rule>_PREM
Credit
Along with the normal accounting entry setup for the LIQD event, you must also maintain the
following accounting entries:
Accounting
Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
Indicator
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7.1.3.2
EIMDISCRIA
EIMDISC_ADJ
Debit
CUSTOMER
EIMDISC_ADJ
Credit
Specifying Status Change Details for Discount Accrual
You need to define the manner in which discount accrual is processed in the event of status
changes. You must maintain the following details as part of status maintenance for bills:

Whether discount accruals should be stopped or reversed

The transfer GLs for discount accrual
You can specify the following roles as part of the transfer GLs:
Accounting
Role
Description
EIMDISCRIA
Effective Interest Based Discount To Be Accrued
EIMDISCINC
Effective Interest Based Discount Accrued Till Date
EIMPREMPIA
EIM Premium Paid In Advance
EIMPREMEXP
EIM Premium Expense
EIMINTADJREC
EIM Interest Adjustment Receivable
EIMINTADJINC
EIM Interest Adjustment Income
To recall, at the BC product level, you maintain preferences pertaining to status change
processing through the ‘Bills – User Defined Status Maintenance’ screen (which you invoke
by clicking ‘Status’ button in the ‘Bills and Collections – Product Definition’ screen). During the
contract status change processing, the following are supported by the system based on the
preferences maintained:

All discount accrual accounting roles are made available for transfer.

The balances transferred are:
–
Premium TBA to Premium Accrued
–
Discount TBA to Discount Accrued

Setting of the ‘Stop Accrual’ flag stops the discount accrual also. This indicates that the
YACR event will not be pass any accounting entries.

Setting of ‘Reverse Accrual’ flag reverses the following balances:
–
Premium Accrued
–
Discount Accrued
For more information, refer to the section ‘Aging Analysis for a Product’ in the chapter titled
‘Product Definition’ in the Products User Manual.
7.1.3.3
Processing for Discount Accrual Fees
The System provides a batch process for discount accrual. You can trigger the batch process
through the ‘Setting up Mandatory Programs’ screen. The YACR event is initiated, and the net
discount accrual amount for the day is computed.
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7.2
Computation of Net Discount Accrual Amount for a
Processing Day
This chapter contains the following section:
7.2.1

Section 7.2.1, "Computing Net Discount Accrual Amount"

Section 7.2.2, "IRR calculation and IRR Re-calculation"
Computing Net Discount Accrual Amount
The following details are stored in the system during discount accrual:

Outstanding bill amount

Outstanding arrears interest accrued

Discounted interest to be accrued

Premium to be accrued

Discount to be accrued

Interest adjustment accrued already

Premium accrued till date

Discount accrued till date
Catch-Up of discount accrual is done during a BC contract rollover also. The net discount
accrual amount for a processing day is computed as follows:

All future cash flows are discounted to the processing day using the IRR effective as of
the processing day, and the net present value (NPV) of the contract as of the processing
day is obtained. The NPV is calculated based on the acquisition type as follows:
–
If the acquisition type is ‘Discount’, NPV is given by: NPV = outstanding bill amount
+ outstanding arrears interest accrued + outstanding acquired interest –
(discounted interest to be accrued – discounted interest accrued) – (discount to be
accrued - discount accrued).
–
If the acquisition type is ‘Premium’, the NPV is given by: NPV = outstanding bill
amount + outstanding arrears interest accrued + outstanding acquired interest (discounted interest to be accrued – discounted interest accrued) + (discount to be
accrued - discount accrued).
–
If the acquisition type is ‘Par’, the NPV is given by: NPV = outstanding bill amount
+ outstanding arrears interest accrued + outstanding acquired interest –
(discounted interest to be accrued – discounted interest accrued) + (interest
adjustment accrued already + interest adjustment accrued).
–
Outstanding arrears accrued interest is only for arrears (bearing) type contracts.
The discounted interest is only for discounted type contracts.

The till date discount accrual amount is computed using the following expression:

Where,
–
TDAn represents the Till Date Discount Accrual for nth Accrual Date
–
NPVn , the Net Present Value of the contract as of nth Accrual Date
–
Pn, the Outstanding Principal of the contract as of nth Accrual Date
–
DTAs, the Discount to be accrued as of current IRR Effective Date
–
AIn, the Current Period Accrued Interest as of nth Accrual Date, and
–
DAs, the Discount Accrued as of current IRR Effective Date
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7.2.2

The difference between the ‘Till date discount accrual’ amount as of the previous
processing day and the ‘Till date discount accrual’ amount as of the current processing
day is the ‘Net Discount accrual’ amount that is realized as income as of the processing
day. The expression used would be

Where,
–
NDAn represents the Accrual for nth Accrual Date,
–
TDAn, the Till Date Discount Accrual for nth Accrual Date and
–
TDAn-1, the Till Date Discount Accrual for n-1th Accrual Date.
IRR calculation and IRR Re-calculation
IRR calculation does not happen in the below mentioned cases:

Collection

Payment

Acceptance

Initial stage of a contract

Advance by loan is marked for the contract

Contract closure
IRR recalculation happens during the following events with new effective date:

Value dated amendment of a contract maturity date

Floating interest rate revision

Partial prepayment to a principal amount for a contract

New charge on a contract, payable by customer

Amendment of the Interest to Date

Amendment of the interest rate

Partial prepayment to an interest amount
Note
The above events pertain to bearing/arrears type of BC contracts.
For discounted/true discounted type of BC contracts where the interest is collected in
advance, IRR recalculation is done with a new effective date during the following events:

A partial prepayment to a principal amount

New charge on a contract, payable by your Customer
Additionally, IRR recalculation happens during the below mentioned events if charges are
applicable on them:

REFA – Refusal of Bill/draft acceptance

REFP – Refusal of bill/ draft payment

TAFT – Acceptance of payment fate transfer

TACP – Bill/draft acceptance tracer

TPAY – Principal payment follow-up tracer

TPFT – Principal payment fate tracer
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
AFAT – Advice of acceptance fate

PFAT – Advice of payment fate

PRNA – Protest of non-acceptance of draft

PRNP – Protest of non payment of principal

BACP – Acceptance of bill
Note
IRR recalculation is undone during reversal of a partial prepayment.
IRR recalculation is not done during the following events:

When a payment is overdue

For a regular payment

For a full prepayment

Amendment of a bill amount
Note
Amendment of a bill amount is supported for collection bills and this does not form part of
funding operations of the bank. It is also assumed that there will be no interest components
on the collection bills.
Discount Accrual Processing
Let us consider a Loan contract with following parameters
Loan Amount
USD 1,000,000
Value Date
01-Jan-2003
Maturity Date
01-Jan-2004
Interest Rate
12%
Commission Rate
6%
Commission Value Date
01-Jan-2003
Interest Repayment Frequency
Monthly (Month
Ends)
Principal Repayment Frequency
Bullet
Interest Basis
Actual/365
Discount Accrual Day count Numerator Method
Actual
Discount Accrual Day count Denominator method
365
Interest Payment Method
Bearing
IRR
20.30%
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The projected cash flow for the contract would be:
Due Date
Component
Amount
(USD)
01-Jan-2003
Principal
-1,000,000
01-Jan-2003
Commission
60,000
01-Feb-2003
Interest
10,191.78
01-Mar-2003
Interest
9,205.48
01-Apr-2003
Interest
10,191.78
01-May-2003
Interest
9,863.01
01-Jun-2003
Interest
10,191.78
01-Jul-2003
Interest
9,863.01
01-Aug-2003
Interest
10,191.78
01-Sep-2003
Interest
10,191.78
01-Oct-2003
Interest
9,863.01
01-Nov-2003
Interest
10,191.78
01-Dec-2003
Interest
9,863.01
01-Jan-2004
Interest
10,191.78
01-Jan-2004
Principal
1,000,000
If the Discount Accrual Processing Date is 15-Feb-2003, the processing for discount accrual
is as follows:
Step 1
NPV of the contract is computed as of 15-Feb-2003 by discounting the future cash flows as
shown below:
Due Date
Amount
(di-d1)/
D
1+IR
R
(1+IRR)^( (di-d1)/
D)
Discount
CF
01-Mar-2003
9205.48
0.038
1.203
1.0071
9140.46
01-Apr-2003
10191.78
0.123
1.203
1.023
9962.22
01-May2003
9863.01
0.205
1.203
1.0387
9495.54
01-Jun-2003
10191.78
0.29
1.203
1.0551
9659.27
01-Jul-2003
9863.01
0.373
1.203
1.0713
9206.78
01-Aug2003
10191.78
0.458
1.203
1.0882
9365.53
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01-Sep2003
10191.78
0.542
1.203
1.1054
9219.70
01-Oct-2003
9863.01
0.625
1.203
1.1224
8787.80
01-Nov2003
10191.78
0.71
1.203
1.1401
8939.02
01-Dec2003
9863.01
0.792
1.203
1.5755
8520.56
01-Jan-2004
1010191.7
8
0.877
1.203
1.1759
859105.75
951402.94
The NPV of the Contract as of 15-Feb-2003 = USD 951,402.94
Step 2
IRR Start date = 01-Jan-2003
Outstanding Principal as of 12-Feb-2003 = USD 1,000,000
Discount to be accrued as of 01-Jan-2003 = USD 60,000
Accrued Interest as of 15-Feb-2003 = USD 4602.74
Discount Accrued as of 01-Jan-2003 = USD 0.00
Previous process till date = 14-Feb-2003
Till Date Accrual as of 14-Feb-2003 (TDAn-1) = USD 6647.43
TDA n = NPV n – ( P n – DTA s ) – AI n + DA s
TDAn = 951402.94 – (1000000-60000)-4602.74+0
TDAn = 6800.2
Net Discount Accrual = TDAn – TDAn-1
Net Discount Accrual = 6800.20 – 6647.43
Net Discount Accrual = 152.77
Net Discount Accrual amount for 15-Feb-2003 processing = USD 152.77
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8. Registration of a Collection Bill
The details of a collection bill are captured through the Bills - Contract Registration screen.
No accounting entries are passed nor will any charges be levied during the registration of a
collection bill. A collection bill is registered based on the first set of documents (original or
duplicate) received. On registration, a Contract reference number is allocated to the bill. At
the time of processing a collection bill that has already been registered, you only need to
specify the collection reference of the bill. All the details entered at the time of registration will
automatically be picked up and defaulted to the contract main screen.
This chapter contains the following section:

8.1
Section 8.1, "Bills and Collections Registration Input"
Bills and Collections Registration Input
This section contains the following topics:
8.1.1

Section 8.1.1, "Maintaining Bills and Collections Registration Details of a Bill"

Section 8.1.2, "Main Tab"

Section 8.1.3, "Parties Tab"
Maintaining Bills and Collections Registration Details of a Bill
You can invoke the ‘Bills & Collections Registration Input’ screen by typing ‘BCDTRGON’ in
the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow
button. The ‘Bills & Collections Registration Input’ screen is displayed. Click the new button
on the Application toolbar.
If you are calling a bill that has already been registered, double click on the reference number
of the bill from the summary screen.
You can enter the details of the registration of a collection bill by:

Copying the details from an existing contract and only changing only details that are
different for the contract you are entering
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
Entering the details of the Registration afresh by using your keyboard and the option
lists that are available at various fields
To facilitate quick input, you need to just enter the product code. Based on the product code
you choose, many of the fields will be defaulted. You can overwrite these defaults to suit your
requirement. You can further add details specific to the collection bill, like the bill amount, the
tenor and the party details of the bill.
8.1.2
Main Tab
Reference
The bills that come to your bank for collection can be raised against an LC drawn at an earlier
date by another bank.
Collection Reference
Enter a unique reference that will help you identify the collection bill. In case of an outgoing
collection bill you can specify an identification of your own. In case of an incoming bill, you can
indicate the reference assigned to the bill by your confirming bank.
Letter of Credit Reference
If you are processing an outgoing bill under an LC that was issued by another bank, you can
enter the Reference number assigned to the LC by the other bank.
Counterparty Details
Customer
Enter the name or CIF Id (as the case may be) of the counterparty to the bill.
In the case of an Import bill, you should specify details of the ‘Drawee’ of the bill. If the Drawee
is a customer of your bank you should specify the CIF Id assigned to the customer, the other
details of the bill will be automatically picked up.
If you are processing an Export bill you should specify details of the ‘Drawer’ of the bill. If the
drawer is a customer of your bank you should specify the CIF Id assigned to the customer,
the other details of the bill will be automatically picked up.
Party Type
Specify the party type of the customer indicated in the ‘customer’ field. If you are processing
an import bill this field is defaulted with DRAWEE. If you are processing an export bill it is
defaulted to DRAWER.
Document Details
Document Duplicate Received
This field is applicable only for Documentary bills. Here you can indicate whether the duplicate
set of documents that are required under the bill have been received.
Note
If you had indicated negatively in the ‘Document Original Received’ field you should indicate positively in this field. This is because the bill contract should be entered based on
the first set of documents that are received.
Document Original Received
This field is applicable only for Documentary bills. Here you can indicate whether the original
set of documents that are required under the bill have been received.
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Letter Dated
This field is applicable only for Documentary bills. Here you can indicate the date printed on
the covering letter based on which the contract was entered.
This date can be used to retrieve information on pending documents.
Terms
The terms that you define for a collection bill, while registering it, will form the basis on which
the bill will be processed. You can specify the following terms for a bill:
Bill Currency
Specify the currency in which the bill is drawn.
Bill Amount
Specify the amount for which the bill is drawn.
While processing a bill that was registered, all the terms that you specify during registration
will be displayed in the respective fields of the Contract Main screen.
Tenor
You can specify the following tenor related details here.
Base Date
The base date is the date from which the tenor specified for the bill becomes effective. The
base date is used to calculate the maturity date of the bill. In effect the tenor of the bill will
begin from the base date.
For example, you indicate the base date of a bill to be 01-Jan-99 and the tenor of a bill as 45
days. The 45 day tenor of the bill will begin from 01-Jan-99.
If you are processing a sight bill, the base date is the lodgment date and for a usance bill it
can be the Invoice date or the Shipping Date.
Tenor
Usance bills are generally associated with a tenor. The tenor of a bill is always expressed in
days. The standard tenor defined for the product involved in the bill is defaulted. You can
change the default to suit the tenor of the bill you are processing. However the tenor that you
specify for a bill should be within the minimum and maximum tenor specified for the product
involved in the bill.
The tenor of a sight bill is always defaulted to zero days. You will not have an option to change
it.
Transit Days
The transit days refer to the expected number of transit days for a sight or matured usance
bill. The transit days will be used in the computation of the maturity date of the bill.
Maturity Date
The maturity date is the date on which the bill falls due for payment. The maturity date that
you specify should be a date later than or equal to the Value date specified for the bill. The
maturity date is calculated in the following manner based on the entries you have made to the
previous fields:
Maturity Date = Base date + Tenor + Transit days
You can change the maturity date of a bill that is arrived at using the above method.
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Base Date Description
Here you can specify a description of the base date specified in the earlier field. For example,
you can indicate that the base date is the lodgment date or the shipment date etc.
Transaction Date
The transaction date is the date on which the bill was entered into Oracle FLEXCUBE. The
system defaults the transaction, date to the current system date (today’s date). You cannot
amend or change the defaulted date.
Value Date
This is the date from which the bill becomes effective. The accounting entries triggered off by
events like input, amendment and liquidation hitting the Nostro and customer accounts will be
passed as of the value date.
The value date should be earlier than or same as today’s date. If you do not enter a value date
for a bill, the system defaults to today’s date. You can enter a value date of your choice;
however it can be one of the following:

Today’s Date

A date in the past

A date in the future (you can enter a date in the future only if future dating has been
allowed for the product)
Note
The Value date of a bill should not be earlier than the Start Date or later than the End Date
specified for the product involved in the bill.
Internal Remarks
Enter information for the internal reference of your bank. This information will be made
available at the time you retrieve the information on the bill.
Note
These remarks will not be printed on any of the advices generated for the bill.
8.1.2.1
Specifying the Details of the Parties Involved in a Collection Bill
In the Bills and Collections Registration Input screen, you can capture details pertaining to all
the parties involved in a bill. You can capture the following details in the bill you are
registering:

Party type of the customer

CIF Id assigned to the party

Name of the party

Country to which the party belongs

Language in which tracers and messages should be sent to the party

Reference to the party involved in the bill

Party’s mail address
The parties that can be involved in a collection bill not only depend on the type of bill you are
processing but also on the operation that you are performing on the bill.
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While registering a bill, both incoming and outgoing, the only operation that is possible is
Collection. The following table indicates the parties that can be involved in a collection bill.
Party Type
Party
Description
DRAWER
Drawer
DRAWEE
Drawee
REMITTING BANK
Remitting Bank
COLLECTING
BANK
Collecting Bank
CASE NEED
Case Need
GURANTOR
Guarantor
THROUGH BANK
Through Bank
ISSUING BANK
Issuing Bank
At the time of processing a bill, which was registered, the documents, tracers, advices and
messages applicable to the bill will be sent to the concerned parties, based on the details you
specify in this screen.
Note
You can use a particular Party Type only once in a bill that you register.
8.1.3
Parties Tab
You can capture the parties details in the ‘Parties’ tab of the ‘Bills & Collections Registration
Input’ screen.
Specify the following details:
Party Type
Specify the party type. You can also select the same from the adjoining option list. The list
displays all the valid party types maintained in the system.
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Party ID
Specify the party ID. You can also select the same from the adjoining option list. The list
displays all the valid parties maintained in the system. On selecting the party ID, the following
details are displayed:

Party Name

Country

Language

Party Reference

Address
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9. Automatic Processes
Thus far we have seen the procedures involved in creating products and process bills. While
processing a bill, you were provided with automatic options. The events that are to take place
automatically are triggered off during the Batch Process. The Batch process is an automatic
program, which is run as a mandatory Beginning of Day (BOD) and End of Day (EOD)
process.
The Batch processes that are initiated either at the Beginning of Day (BOD) or End of Day
(EOD) execute certain events on the days they fall due. To recall, while entering the details
of a bill you were provided with the following automatic options:

Automatic liquidation of bills

Automatic tracer generation

Automatic accrual of interest

Automatic contract status change

Automatic change from acceptance to advance

Automatic floating rate change
The Batch program when run as part of the BOD, processes the automatic events that fall due
today. It also processes the automatic events for a holiday previous to today (this however
depends on the preferences stated in the Branch Parameters screen).
The Batch program when run as part of the EOD processes the automatic events that fall due
today and the automatic events that should be processed for a holiday which falls on the next
day (this, however depends on the preferences stated in the Branch Parameters screen).
Note
You should maintain EOD to be a mandatory batch process both as a BOD and a Pre-EOC
program in the EOC mandatory program of the Core Services module of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
This chapter contains the following sections:
9.1

Section 9.1, "Mandatory Batch Program Maintenance"

Section 9.2, "Bills and Collections Branch Parameter Maintenance"

Section 9.3, "Processes Run during Beginning of Day (BOD)"

Section 9.4, "Status Change Batch"

Section 9.5, "Straight through Processing of SWIFT Messages"

Section 9.6, "Receivable Liquidation (LQ) EOD Batch"
Mandatory Batch Program Maintenance
This section contains the following topic:
Section 9.1.1, "Maintaining Bills Batch Process"
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9.1.1
Maintaining Bills Batch Process
Batches are run automatically. In the mandatory programs, all batches whichever are required
will be maintained in sequence and that is triggered automatically as based on the
maintenance in the ‘Mandatory Batch Program Maintenance’ screen.
You can invoke the ‘Mandatory Batch Program Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘EIDMANPE’
in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow
button.
Module
Choose the module code from the adjoining option list.
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Function Identification
Choose the function ID of batch that you wish to run. The adjoining option list displays all
batch processes available for the module.
You can configure the batch to be run at various stages of day like EOD, EOTI etc.
For further details about this screen, refer the chapter ‘Setting- up Mandatory Programs for
EOD’ in the AEOD User Manual.
9.2
Bills and Collections Branch Parameter Maintenance
This section contains the following topics:
9.2.1

Section 9.2.1, "Maintaining Branch Parameters"

Section 9.2.2, "Specifying the User Defined Fields"
Maintaining Branch Parameters
A set of rules that governs the processing of bills in a particular branch of your bank is defined
in the ‘Bills & Collections Branch Parameter Maintenance’ screen.
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You can invoke the ‘Bills & Collections Branch Parameter Maintenance’ screen by typing
‘BCDBRPRM’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the
adjoining arrow button.
9.2.1.1
Specifying the Branch Details
Branch
Select the branch code from the option list provided. You can maintain branch parameters
only from the respective branches. At the head office level you can alter branch parameters
of other branches also.
Description
When you select branch code from the option list, the description of the same is defaulted
here.
9.2.1.2
Specifying Batch Processing Preferences
The events, for which you had indicated automatic processing, are triggered off during the
Batch Process. You can specify preferences for the automatic events that fall on a holiday in
the Branch Parameters screen.
You can capture the following preferences here.
Process Till Next Working Day
If you indicate that the processing has to be done upto the next working day - 1, all the
automatic events falling due on the holiday will be processed by the batch process as part of
the EOD.
The batch process should process automatic events falling due on a holiday, on either of the
following dates:

Next working day

Upto system date
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If you indicate that processing has to be done only upto the System Date by unchecking
‘Process Till Next Working Day’, then only the events scheduled for today (the last working
day before the holiday) will be processed. The events of the holiday are processed by the
batch process as part of the BOD process on the next working day.
For example, the current branch date is 20, October 1999. On 21, October 1999, which is a
holiday, the following automatic events fall due:

Automatic tracer generation

Automatic accrual of interest

Automatic contract status change
Next working day - 1
If you specify that the processing should be done on the last working day - 1, the above events
will be processed on 20 October as part of the batch process run at EOD.
System date
If you specify that the processing should be done only upto the system date by unchecking
‘Process Till Next Working Day, then the events scheduled for 21 October1999, will be
processed as part of the Batch Process run as part of Beginning of Day on 22 October 1999.
Use User Reference No in Messages
If you wish to display the user reference number in the advices that are generated for a
contract, select this option. All the advices generated at your branch will display the
appropriate user reference number.
Note
You can specify a format for the generation of the User Reference Number in the ‘Sequence Generation’ screen available in the Application Browser. Refer to the Core Services User Manual for details on maintaining a sequence format.
Use Ultimate Parent User Reference for Child Contracts
If you wish to display the user reference number of the ultimate parent in the advices
generated for child contracts, select this option. If this box is unchecked, the user reference
number of the child is displayed for the child contracts.
Accrual Level
At the time of creating a product, you specified the following:

Whether accrual of interest is allowed for the product

The accounting entries that should be passed for the accrual event

The frequency with which the accrual entries should be passed
A bill will inherit the accrual frequency defined for the product associated with the contract.
For bills, which are to be automatically liquidated, you can indicate the level up to which they
should be accrued. The options available are:

Product

Contract
If you indicate that automatic accrual should be done at the product level, a single entry for all
contracts will be passed. However, if these contracts have moved into different user defined
status, the accrual entries will be passed at the product level and for each user-defined status.
This helps reduce the time taken to pass each entry. If you indicate that the automatic interest
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accrual process should pass accrual entries at the contract level, accrual entries will be
passed for each of the contracts for which interest was accrued automatically.
For example, you have created a product - INB1 to cater to incoming bills.
The product has the following characteristics:

Interest is collected in advance

Interest has to be accrued every month
The accounting entries during interest accrual (defined for the event ACCR) are as follows:
Accounting
Role
Accounting
Head
Amount
Item
Dr/
Cr
INTEREST_RIA
INTLI01
Interest
Dr
INTEREST_INC
INTINC01
Interest
Cr
You have entered the following contracts using the product INB1:
The interest calculation method is 360/365
Contract
Tenor
Interest
Contract 1
3 months
US $300
Contract 2
6 months
US $500
Contract 3
12 months
US $1000
The accounts, into which the accrual entries should be passed, for each of these contracts,
are the same as they are linked to the same product.
Accrual entries level - Product
If you indicate that the automatic interest accrual process should pass accrual entries at the
product level, a single accrual entry for all the contracts will be passed.
Accrual entries level - Contract
If you indicate that the automatic interest accrual process should pass accrual entries at the
contract level, three accounting entries for the contracts will be passed. You can view details
of the individual accrual entries that were automatically passed by invoking the Accrual control
journal report.
9.2.2
Specifying the User Defined Fields
You can link the User Defined Fields with Branch Parameters Maintenance screen using
Function field mapping screen which can be invoked from the Application Browser by
selecting User defined fields, and then Function field mapping.
The value for these fields can be specified in the Branch Parameters Maintenance screen.
Value for UDF can be made mandatory or non mandatory as maintained in the Field
description screen.
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9.3
Processes Run during Beginning of Day (BOD)
This section contains the following topics:
9.3.1

Section 9.3.1, "Automatic Liquidation of Bills"

Section 9.3.2, "Tracer Generation"

Section 9.3.3, "Automatic Accrual of Interest"

Section 9.3.4, "Automatic Status Changes"

Section 9.3.5, "Floating Rate Change"
Automatic Liquidation of Bills
The auto-liquidation function liquidates all the outstanding components of a Bill contract on
the liquidation date specified for the bill. To recall, the liquidation date is calculated in the
following manner:
Maturity Date = Base Date + tenor + transit days
This function will liquidate only active bills for which you have specified the liquidation method
as automatic. The pertinent details of the bill with respect to tax, limits, interest and charges
will be updated to indicate that the bill has been liquidated and authorized.
When run as part of the BOD process, the function automatically liquidates all the bills that
have a liquidation date between the last working date and the current processing date.
When run as part of EOD the function liquidates those bills that was processed during the day
and need to be liquidated as on the current day. If the next working day is a holiday, and you
specified that in the branch parameters screen that holiday processing should be done upto
the last working day - 1 such bills will be liquidated as part of the BOD run on the previous day.
If the option ‘Verify Funds’ is checked for the product, the system uses the debit settlement
account to get the available balance including the OD limits during automatic liquidation of
bills.
In case of reimbursement bills, if the funds in the account are insufficient for liquidation, the
system triggers LIQF event and generates a message for the claiming bank and the issuing
bank. This message needs to be configured for the LIQF event.
The system triggers the LIQF events as many times as the number specified in ’Auto
Liquidation Retry Count’ in the ‘Product Preferences’ screen. When LIQF event is generated
for the first time, MTN99 advice message is generated to issuing and claiming banks. During
subsequent attempts, the system does not generate MTN99 to issuing and claiming banks.
On successful automatic liquidation of a bill, the system generates MT202 and MT900/MT940
to the issuing banks, if this has been configured at the product level.
In case of non-reimbursement bills, if the funds in the account are insufficient, the system
does not process automatic liquidation. The system will attempt to liquidate the bill during the
subsequent batches.
The bills falling due for liquidation on a holiday will be processed during End of Day on the last
working day before the holiday.
9.3.1.1
Accounting Entries that are Passed
When a bill is automatically liquidated by the function the necessary accounting entries
specified for the liquidation event (LIQD) will be booked and automatically authorized.
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9.3.1.2
Accounting Entries Passed for a Status Change
If the liquidation of the bill involves a status change, the accounting entries defined for the
status change event (STCH) of the bill will be automatically passed when the bill moves from
one status to another. Further, if you have indicated the following:
9.3.1.3

The accrual entries passed till date should be reversed when the bill moves into a
specific status, the function will reverse all the accrual entries booked for the bill till date.

The bill amount should be transferred to a new GL head when the bill moves to a
particular status, the accounting entries for transferring the bill amount to a new GL head
will be automatically passed.

The accrued amounts should be moved to a new GL head when the bill moves to a
particular status, the accounting entries for transferring the accrued amounts of the bill
to the new GL head will be automatically passed.
Advices
The advices specified for the liquidation event (LIQD) for the product associated in the bill will
be automatically generated.
9.3.1.4
Holiday Processing
If the liquidation of a bill falls due on a holiday, the liquidation will be done as per your holiday
handling specifications for automatic processes, in the Branch Parameters screen.
9.3.1.5

If you specified that processing has to be done today (the last working day before the
holiday) for automatic events, right up to the day before the next working day, the bills
falling due for liquidation on the holiday will be processed during End of Day on the last
working day before the holiday.

If you specified that processing has to be done only up to the System Date (today), then
only the bills scheduled to liquidate today (the last working day before the holiday) will
be processed. The events of the holiday will be processed on the next working day after
the holiday, during Beginning of Day processing.
Creation of Loan during Auto Liquidation
The system creates loans for the shortfall amount during auto liquidation of a bill contract. For
such loan creation, the statuses of the following checkboxes are considered:

Advance by Loan

Settle Available Amount

Liquidate Using Collateral
If you have checked the options ‘Advance by Loan’ and ‘Settle Available Amount’, the bill
contract is liquidated as given below:

The system verifies the amounts of customer account balance and the OD limit for
liquidating the bill.

The balance amount is then debited from the customer based on availability in order to
adjust the shortfall.

If the customer account balance is not sufficient, the system creates a loan for the
shortfall amount during auto liquidation. This loan is created based on the loan
preferences maintained for the product.
If you have checked the option ‘Liquidate Using Collateral’ along with ‘Advance by Loan’ and
‘Settle Available Amount’, the bills contract is liquidated as given below.

The system adjusts the collateral amount towards settling the balance of the bill.
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
In case the value of the collateral is not sufficient to liquidate the bill, the system checks
the customer account balance for the remaining liquidation amount and adjusts that
amount towards the settlement.

If the customer account balance is not sufficient to liquidate the bill, the system creates
a loan for the shortfall amount.
If you have checked the options ‘Liquidate Using Collateral’ and ‘Advance by Loan’ and not
checked the option ‘Settle Available Amount’, the bill contract is liquidated as given below:

The system adjusts the collateral amount towards the settlement.

If the collateral amount is not sufficient, the system creates a loan for the shortfall
amount.
Now, suppose that you have checked the option ‘Advance by Loan’. At the same time, the
options ‘Settle Available Amount’ and ‘Liquidate Using Collateral’ are not checked. In that
case the system creates a loan for the entire bill outstanding amount without checking any of
the available balances.
For example, consider a bill for an amount of GBP 10000. The following checkboxes are
checked.

Advance by Loan

Liquidate Using Collateral

Settle Available Amount
The properties of the collateral and the customer account balance are given below:
Collateral: GBP 3000
Customer Account Balance: GBP 4000
While liquidating, initially, the system recovers GBP 3000 from the collateral. Further GBP
4000 is debited from the customer account. These amounts together settle GBP 7000 of the
total bill amount of GBP 10000. For the remaining GBP 3000, the system creates a loan.
The system passes the following accounting entries on liquidation:
9.3.2
Account
Debit/
Credit
Amoun
t
Collateral A/c
Dr
3000
Nostro A/c
Cr
3000
Customer A/c
Dr
4000
Nostro A/c
Cr
4000
Loan Bridge
GL
Dr
3000
Nostro A/c
Cr
3000
Tracer Generation
You specified the tracers that should be generated for a bill in the Bills - Contract Exceptions
screen. This function triggers the generation of tracers specified for active authorized bills on
the day they fall due. Tracers can be triggered for generation as part of BOD, EOD or can be
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invoked at any time during the day. This function is available in the Application Browser
through Bills & Collections and Batch under it. The date on which a tracer should be generated
for a bill is determined by the entries you made to the fields of the Contract Exceptions screen.
The following tracers will be generated by the function:
9.3.2.1

Tracer for release of reserve

Tracer for Non-Payment

Tracer for Non-Acceptance

Tracer for Payment of Charges

Tracer for Discrepancies Approval
Advices
An advice of fate of the bill is generated whenever the corresponding tracer for the exception
is generated.
9.3.3
Automatic Accrual of Interest
While defining interest components for a bill product in the Product, ICCF details screen, you
specified whether accruals need to be done for the accruable interest components. For a
product, accruals should be done, then the frequency of accrual should also be specified for
a product (through the Product Preferences screen, at the time of product definition).
This function when run as part of the batch process run at EOD, calculates the accrual amount
and passes accrual accounting entries for the accruable tenor based interest components of
a bill.
The Automatic Accrual function will pick up bills for processing on the following criterion:

Active and authorized bills which are not yet liquidated

Bills whose accrual date falls on the current processing date or bills whose accrual date
falls between the current processing date and the next working date
The date on which accrual is due for a bill is calculated based on the accrual date and accrual
frequency defined for the product associated with the bill.
When the function automatically accrues the interest components of a bill, is done the
accounting entries defined for the accrual event (ACCR) will be passed and the internal
accounts will be updated with the accrual related details.
If the accrual date of a bill falls on a holiday, the accruals are done as per your holiday
handling specifications for automatic processes, in the Branch Parameters screen.
The list of bills whose commission components were accrued will be printed in the Accrual
Control report.
Note
This function will not accrue interest for bills that have moved into a user defined status for
which accruals have been stopped.
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9.3.4
Automatic Status Changes
A bill that is yet to reach its repayment date is considered as having an Active status. When
repayment against the bill is not made on the due date, you may want to do an aging analysis
of the bill.
A forward status change is one in which a bill moves from a given user defined status to
another in the forward direction.
A reverse status change is one in which the status of a bill changes from a given status to the
previous status defined for the bill. Such a situation arises when a payment is made on a bill
whose status is not active.
This function will automatically pickup and move bills from one user defined status to another
(either forward or reverse) only if the bill matches the following criterion:

The bill is Active and Authorized

You have indicated automatic status change for the bill

The criteria for a status change have been met - That is, any of the components of the
bill remain unpaid for the number of transfer days defined for the status.
If you specify that forward or reverse status changes have to be carried out automatically, the
status changes will be carried out automatically when the Contract Status Change Processing
function is run either as part of BOD or EOD on the day the status change falls due.
9.3.4.1
Accounting Entries that are Passed
The accounting entries defined for the status change event (STCH) of the bill will be
automatically passed when the bill moves from one status to another. Further, if you have
indicated:
9.3.4.2

That the accrual entries passed till date should be reversed when the bill moves into a
specific status, the function will reverse all the accrual entries booked for the bill till date.

That the bill amount should be transferred to a new GL head when the bill moves to a
particular status, the accounting entries for transferring the bill amount to a new GL head
will be automatically passed.

That the accrued amounts should be moved to a new GL head when the bill moves to
a particular status, the accounting entries for transferring the accrued amounts of the bill
to the new GL head will be automatically passed.
Advices that are Generated
The advices will be automatically triggered for generation to notify the customer about the
status change. They would possible urge the party to pay the amount due and liquidate the
aging components of the bill.
9.3.4.3
Holiday Processing
If the day on which the forward or reverse status change is due happens to be a holiday, then,
the processing of such bills will depend on your specifications in the Branch Parameters
screen.
If you specify that the forward or reverse changes should not be carried out automatically, the
status remains unchanged (even if repayment is made on the bill) till you specifically change
it for a bill. You can manually change the status of a bill through the Bills - Contract Details
screen.
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9.3.5
Floating Rate Change
While defining Floating Rates, you have the option of indicating whether the floating rates
should automatically be applied to the bill every time they change, in the Product ICCF
screen.
The Automatic Floating Rate Change function can be run as part of EOD. It can also be
invoked from the Application Browser at any time during the day. This function is available in
the Application Browser under Bills & Collections and Batch under it.
This function will pick up:

Active and authorized bills

Bills for which you have specified automatic Floating Rate change
Every time the Floating rates change, the new rates will be applied for the number of days for
which they remained unchanged in the rate table.
This is indicated in the example below.
The rates in the floating rate table change in the following manner:
Effective Date
Rate
1 October 1999
12%
12 October 1999
11.5%
25 October 1999
11%
15 October 1999
12%
30 October 1999
12.5%
The rates will be applied for the number of days for which they remain unchanged in the rate
table, as follows:
From
To
Rate
1 October 1999
11 October 1999
12%
12 October 1999
24 October 1999
11.5%
25 October 1999
31 October 1999
11%
You have entered a bill, which has a Base Date as 1 October 1999 and matures on 30
November 1999. The interest accrual frequency is to be monthly. The bill has been linked to
a floating interest rate.
If the first interest accrual is to be done on 31 October, all the rate changes between 1 October
and 31 October will be considered automatically.
9.4
Status Change Batch
This section contains the following topics:

Section 9.4.1, "Processing Status Change Batch (CSDSTBTC)"

Section 9.4.2, "Changing from Acceptance to Advance Automatically"
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
9.4.1
Section 9.4.3, "Generating Advices Automatically"
Processing Status Change Batch (CSDSTBTC)
For the BC module the Status change batch will be run along with the customer/Group and
apply worst status change for the customer. This batch will use the status change events.
You can trigger the batches to run before the Common Status Change batch (CSDSTBTC).
The following given batches can be run in any order:

LCEOD

BCAUSTCH

CLBATCH

ICEOD

CIDBATCH

MODBATCH

CASABAT

IAAUTDLY

CSDSTBTC

ICEOD

CLDPROV

MODPROV

CIDPROV
If ‘Status Processing’ is at Individual Contract Level, then system will trigger status change
based on the Customer Credit rating for the customer of the Contract /Account booked. The
other contracts of the customers in the same Group will not be impacted. However if the
‘Status Processing’ is at CIF/Group level individual module (LC,CL, CI, MO, CA, IA and BC)
batches will be updating common storage with the derived status of each contract and CIF/
Group level status will be triggered by the common status change batch. The common status
change batch will call the individual module function for status change processing.
9.4.2
Changing from Acceptance to Advance Automatically
To recall, while defining preferences for a product, you have the option to indicate whether the
movement of a bill from acceptance to advance should be done automatically or manually.
This preference that you state for a product will be inherited by all the bills linked to the
product.
The Automatic Change from Acceptance to Advance function can be run as part of EOD or
can be invoked from the Application Browser at any time in the day. This function is available
in the Application Browser under Bills & Collections and Batch under it.
This function, will pick up for processing, only bills which are:

Active and authorized

Bills for which you have specified automatic change from acceptance to Advance
On moving a bill from acceptance to advance, the accounting entries passed for the event
Change from Acceptance to Advance (BADV) will be automatically passed.
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9.4.3
Generating Advices Automatically
In this screen, you can indicate whether reimbursement claims should be generated for the
bills.
You can automatically generate a Reimbursement Claim (MT 742) for export bills under LCs
(with deferred payment). To achieve this, you must specify the ‘Reimbursement Days’ for a
bill in the Contract Online screen. The Reimbursement Claim for the bill will be automatically
generated depending on the ‘Reimbursement Days’ prior to the Maturity Date.
For example, the Maturity Date of a bill is 23 March 2001. You specify the Reimbursement
Days as ‘2’. Two working days prior to the Maturity Date (that is, 21 March 2001), as part of
the BOD process, the Reimbursement Claim (MT 742) for the bill will be automatically
generated.
9.5
Straight through Processing of SWIFT Messages
This section contains the following topics:
9.5.1

Section 9.5.1, "STP SWIFT Messages"

Section 9.5.2, "STP of MT202 and MT203 "

Section 9.5.3, "STP of MT754 - Advice of Payment/Acceptance/Negotiation"

Section 9.5.4, "STP of MT400 – Advice of Payment"

Section 9.5.5, "STP of MT410 (Acknowledgement Received)"

Section 9.5.6, "STP of MT430 – Amendment of Instructions"

Section 9.5.7, "STP of MT742 – Reimbursement Claim"
STP SWIFT Messages
The SWIFT messages that you receive are either uploaded into Oracle FLEXCUBE as new
BC contracts or they trigger changes (events) to the existing BC contracts. The message
upload process takes one message at a time and applies a sequence of logical steps to derive
information required to derive the BC contract upload tables.
Refer the ‘STP’ chapter of the ‘Funds Transfer’ User Manual for more information on
maintenances required for straight through processing of SWIFT messages.
The various SWIFT messages supported in Oracle FLEXCUBE are listed below:

MT754 - Advice of Payment/Acceptance/Negotiation

MT412 - Advice of Acceptance

MT416 - Advice of Non Payment/Non Acceptance

MT430 - Amendment of Instructions

MT400 - Advice of Payment

MT742 - Reimbursement Claim

MT410 - Acknowledgement Received
The Straight Through Processing (STP) of each of the above messages is discussed in the
following sections.
As part of STP processing, for some of the messages, Generated Reference Number needs
to be updated in the Incoming message data source with Contract Reference Number. They
are:

MT742 Reimbursement Claim
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
MT754 Advice of Payment/Acceptance/Negotiation

MT700 Issue of a Documentary Credit

MT710 Documentary Credit

MT740 Authorization to Reimburse

MT747 Amendment to an Authorization to reimburse

MT707 Amendment to documentary credit

MT705 Pre-Advice
For MT202 the value in tag 21 is updated as Generated reference Number.
The Generated Reference Number is not updated automatically for the following messages:

MT400 Advice of Payment

MT410 Acknowledgement

MT430 Amendment For Instructions

MT730 Acknowledgement Message

MT768 Acknowledgement for guarantee amendment
Note
If the above messages are processed successfully, then the processed contract reference
number is updated as Generated Reference Number.
9.5.2
STP of MT202 and MT203
As part of STP for MT202, if you check ‘Liquidate Bill on Incoming MT202’ option in the ‘Bills
and Collections Branch Parameter Maintenance’ screen, system will do a validation to check
if any Export Bill Contract exists for the reference number in the field 21 in 202. System checks
the value in field 21 against the Contract Reference Number first. In case the Contract
Reference Number does not exist, system will check the User Reference Number.
If a contract exists, which is already liquidated, the ‘Status’ & the ‘Process Status’ will be
updated with ‘Repair’. If a contract exists and not liquidated and if the Bill amount matches
with the amount in the message, system will try to liquidate the Bill Contract. In case of failure,
system displays an appropriate error message and the ‘Status’ will be updated to ‘L’ (Pending
Liquidation) while the ‘Process Status’ will be updated as ‘R’ (Repair). If the Bill is liquidated
successfully, then system updates the ‘Status’ and the ‘Process Status’ as ‘P’. The Generated
Ref No is updated with the Bill Contract Ref No. You can view the status and the generated
reference number in ‘Incoming Message Browser’ screen for the respective DCN.
For further information on ‘Incoming Message Browser’ screen, refer ‘Manual Processing of
Incoming Messages’ section in the ‘Processing Incoming Messages‘ chapter in the
‘Messaging System’ User Manual.
Once the Bill is liquidated successfully and the status of the message is marked as ‘P’, any
change in the contract like deletion or cancellation will not impact the message that triggered
the Liquidation.
System checks the following mismatch between the Bill amount and the amount in the
message:

If the Amount in the Message is greater than the Bill Amount, then the Bill will be
liquidated with the Bill due amount
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
If the Amount in the message is lesser than the Bill amount and the difference is within
the % mentioned in ‘Tolerance for Nostro Tolerance’, then the Bill will be liquidated with
the Bill due amount

If the Amount in the message is lesser than the Bill amount and the difference is above
the % mentioned in ‘Tolerance for Nostro Tolerance’, then the ‘Status’ will be updated
to ‘L’ (Pending Liquidation) and the ‘Process Status’ will be updated as ‘R’ (Repair). You
have to suppress the message and liquidate the bill manually or create an FT contract
manually.
If the Bill is liquidated successfully, if the flag ‘Auto Authorize liquidated bill’ in the ‘Bills and
Collections Branch Parameter Maintenance’ screen is ‘Yes’, then the liquidation will be
authorized automatically otherwise, post liquidation, the contract will be in Unauthorized
status.
For further information on ‘Bills and Collections Branch Parameter Maintenance’ screen, refer
‘Maintaining Branch Parameters for Bills and Collections’ section in the ‘Maintenance‘ chapter
in the ‘Bills and Collections’ User Manual.
If the Bill liquidation process is failed and if the status is ‘L’, then you will have to liquidate the
Bill manually by suppressing the message. As part of Bill liquidation, the Value date (32A) will
be considered for the Credit Value date & Debit Value date of the contract.
System picks up the records with ‘R’ (Repair) in ‘Process Status’ and tries reprocessing the
same. In case of Trade Related MT202 message (where the ‘Status’ is ‘L’), then system will
not check again if it is a Trade Related MTM202. System will directly try liquidating the
underlying Bill contract.
System creates multiple 202 messages on receiving MT203. The above validation is done for
all the MT202 messages created out of single MT203.
9.5.3
STP of MT754 - Advice of Payment/Acceptance/Negotiation
Using the bills upload utility, the system automatically books an import bill under payment.
The relevant product is derived based on the mapping maintained for the message type and
product combination in the ‘Product Mapping Detailed’ screen in order to process the import
bill created as a result of the incoming MT754 (Advice of Payment/Acceptance/Negotiation).
The bills contract that is generated inherits the following details from the underlying LC:

The party details

The document/shipment details

All details in the ‘Main’ tab of the Bills Contract
Tenor Details for the Bill
The system picks the following tenor details for the bills contract, from the product
maintenance:

Base Date – This is the system date.

Bill Tenor – This is the standard tenor.

Transit Days – This is the transit days.

Maturity Date – This is the Base date + Transit days + Base Tenor
Document Related Details for the Bill
The following details will be blank for the bills contract:

Original Documents Received

Duplicate Documents Received

Letter Dated
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
Document Details
Nostro Account for the Bill
The system uses the SWIFT tags 53, 57 and 58 to derive the Nostro account in the following
manner:

If tag 53 is present, the system will pick the Nostro account maintained for reimbursing
bank in the Settlement Instructions maintenance screen.

If tag 53 is not present, the system will pick the Nostro account you have maintained for
the counterparty (either 57 or 58) in the ‘Settlement Instructions Maintenance’ screen.

If none of the tags (53, 57 or 58) are available, the system will pick the Nostro account
by deriving the sender from the BIC in the header details.
The system checks for the following during STP:

Field 32A or B value cannot be more than outstanding liability amount of LC.

If Field 34 amount is less than Field 32 amount, then the system will reject the record.
The system creates an authorized or unauthorized contract based on the ‘Post Upload Status’
maintained through the ‘Upload Source Preferences’ screen.
You need to maintain the following entries for INIT (initiation) event in order to pass
accounting entries for ‘Their Charges’:
Dr/
Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Nettin
g
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
THEIR_CHG
Yes
Cr
NOSTRO
ACCOUNT
THEIR_CHG_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO
ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_ AMT_EQUIV
Yes
The system maps the SWIFT tags in MT754 and the fields in BC contract as depicted below:
Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Fields
Statu
s
Tag
Description
M
20
Senders reference
Their LC reference
M
21
Related reference
Our LC reference
M
32A or B
Principal Paid/Accepted/
Negotiated
Bill Amount
O
33B
Additional amounts
FFT
O
71B
Charges deducted
FFT
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Remarks
This amount
is deducted
from outstanding balance of LC.
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O
73
Charges added
FFT
O
34A or B
Total amount claimed
Their charges
O
53A, B
or D
Reimbursing bank
O
57A, B
or D
Account with bank
O
58A or D
Beneficiary bank
O
72
Sender to receiver information
FFT
O
77A
Narrative
FFT
Difference of
34 and 32
STP of MT400 – Advice of Payment
STP of MT400 results in liquidation of the sight/usance bill (only for collections). The system
derives the contract reference number in the following manner:

First the contract reference number of the bill contract is checked using field 21. If the
contract reference number is not found, the system will check for the User Reference
Number from field 21.

If both Bill Contract Reference Number and User Reference Number are not found, the
system will check for ‘Our LC Reference’ number in Field 21.
The system rejects the incoming record in the following cases:

In case the reference number can not be found

In case multiple bills are present with the same Our LC reference number
The following mappings are maintained between SWIFT tags in MT400 and the fields in BC
contracts:
Statu
s
Tag
Description
Fields of
Export Bill
M
20
Sender’s reference
-
M
21
Related reference
Contract
reference
M
32A,B or
K
Amount collected
Liquidation
Bill Amt
M
33A
Proceeds remitted
Their
charges
O
52A or D
Ordering bank
O
53A,B or
D
Sender’s correspondent
O
54A,B or
D
Receiver’s correspondent
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Remarks
Difference of
32 and 33
O
57A or D
Account with bank
O
58A,B or
D
Beneficiary bank
O
71B
Details of charges (Deductions)
FFT
O
72
Sender to receiver information
FFT
O
73
Details of amount added
FFT
As a result of the STP of the incoming MT400, the system creates a new version of the bills
contract and also triggers the liquidation event (LIQD) for the contract. All the information in
the following fields is stored as Free Format Text as under:
Fiel
d
FFT Code
Advice
72
SNDRRCVRINFO
PAYMENT_ADVICE
71B
71CHGTOBEDED
PAYMENT_ADVICE
73
73CHGTOBEADD
PAYMENT_ADVICE
The system updates the following fields in the BC contract based on Field 72:
9.5.4.1
72 Field
Value
BC Contract
ALCHAREF
Our charges refused and Their charges refused should be checked
OUCHAREF
Our charges refused should be checked
UCHAREF
Their charges refused should be checked
Deriving the Debit Account
System utilizes the following SWIFT tags to derive the debit account from the settlement
instructions sequentially:

57 (Account with Institution)

54 (Receiver correspondent)

53 (Sender correspondent)
In case the system does not find any of the three tags, it derives the debit account from the
BIC of the sender of the message. The system then updates the tags 52, 53, 54, 57 and 58
in the settlement subsystem maintained for the Nostro account.
STP of MT400 results in authorized or unauthorized liquidation record based on the post
upload status you have maintained in the ‘Upload Source Preferences’ screen.
When an MT400 message is being uploaded, the system checks for the following:

The contract status should be ‘Active’ or the system will reject the record.

The amount specified in field 33 should not be more than the amount specified in the
field 32A; else the system will reject the record.
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


9.5.5
If field 32A is present: The system will reject the record if one of the following is true:
–
The currency code in field 32A does not match the currency of the bill.
–
The amount acknowledged in field 32A is greater than the bill amount.
–
The maturity date in the field 32A does not match the maturity date in the bill.
If field 32B is present: The system will reject the record if one of the following is true:
–
If the currency code in field 32B does not match the currency of the bill
–
The amount acknowledged in field 32B is greater than the bill amount
If field 32K is present: The system will reject the record if one of the following is true:
–
The currency code in field 32K does not match the currency of the bill.
–
The amount acknowledged in field 32K does not match the bill amount.
STP of MT410 (Acknowledgement Received)
SWIFT upload of MT410 records acknowledgement details in the contract screen. Note that
acknowledgement is supported only for collections. The system fetches the contract
reference number of the bill contract from field 21 of the message. If the contract reference
number is not found, the system will look for the user reference number in field 21. If field 21
has the value ‘NONREF’ then the system will fetch the bill reference using their reference
(field 20) from the ‘Bills and Collections Contract Input - Parties’ details. The BIC of the sender
will be used for identifying the party for which their reference needs to be fetched. If the
customer number for the BIC is null then the system will check whether the party type is
collecting bank. If both contract reference number and user reference number are not found,
the system will fetch the value in ‘Our LC Reference’ in field 21.
The system will reject the record if any one of the following is true:

The system finds multiple records.

The system does not find a reference number.
If the message has got a repetitive sequence and the same reference number is mentioned
in both tag 21 then the message will be sent to repair.
The system creates a new version of a bills contract from an incoming MT410. During STP of
MT410, the system checks the ‘Acknowledgement Received’ box in the ‘Bills and Collections
Contract Input’ screen. It updates the application date in the field ‘Acknowledgement Date’
and then triggers the event ‘ACKB’.
The system stores the information in field 72 as Free Format Text with the FFT code
‘SNDRRCVRINFO’ for the message type ‘ACKNOWLEDGEMENT’.
STP of MT410 creates an authorized or unauthorized amendment record based on the post
upload status maintained in the ‘Upload Source Preferences’ screen.
When an MT410 message is being uploaded, the system triggers the ‘ACKB’ event and
checks the following:

If field 32A is present: The system will reject the record if one of the following is true:
–
The currency code in field 32A does not match the currency of the bill
–
The amount acknowledged in field 32A does not match the bill amount

The maturity date in the field 32A does not match the maturity date in the bill.

If field 32B is present: The system will reject the record if one of the following is true:
–
The currency code in field 32B does not match the currency of the bill
–
The amount acknowledged in field 32B does not match the bill amount.
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
9.5.6
If Field 32K is present: The system will reject the record if one of the following is true:
–
The currency code in field 32K is not matching with the currency of the bill.
–
The amount acknowledged in field 32K is not matching with the bill amount.
STP of MT430 – Amendment of Instructions
MT430 is sent by the remitting bank to the collecting bank or by the collection bank to any
other collection bank. Upload of MT430 triggers amendment of the bill contract. Note that
upload is supported only for collections. In order to derive the contract reference number on
which action needs to be triggered, the system first fetches the contract reference number of
the bill contract using field 21 of the message. If the reference is not found, then the system
will fetch the bill reference using the user reference number in field 21. If the reference too is
not found, then the system will fetch the bill reference using our LC reference in field 21. If
field 21 has the value ‘NONREF’, the system will fetch the bill reference using the ‘Their
reference’ (field 20) from the ‘Bills and Collections Contract Input – Parties’ screen. The BIC
of the sender will be used for identifying the party for which their reference needs to be
fetched. If the reference is not found, then the system will fetch the bill reference using their
LC reference (field 21). The new maturity date and bill amount are fetched from fields 33A or
33K. The value date of the amendment is always the application date.
The system will reject the record if any one of the following is true:

Multiple bills are found for the same reference.

The reference is not found.

Contract reference is not found using field 21

The maturity date in field 32A is not matching with the current version of maturity date.

The amount in field 32A, B or K is not matching with the current version of bill amount.

The currency code in field 33A, B or K is not matching with the currency of the bill.

The new maturity date in 33A or K is before the base date.
If the message has got a repetitive sequence and the same reference number is mentioned
in both tag 21 then the message will be sent to repair.
All the information in the following fields is stored as Free Format Text as under:
Field
FFT Code
Advice
72
SNDRRCVRINFO
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
74
INSTRUCTIONS
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
The system creates a new version of bill after amendment upload.
During STP processing of MT430 if the underlying contract is in Initial stage then amendment
of the bill is done as normal and if it is in Final stage then the rebate amount is populated.
STP of MT430 results in authorized or unauthorized liquidation record based on the post
upload status you have maintained in the ‘Upload Source Preferences’ screen.
9.5.7
STP of MT742 – Reimbursement Claim
While processing MT742, initially, the system picks up Tag 21 of MT742 and checks if a valid
LC contract is maintained. The LC contract is created only if the corresponding MT740 has
been received. An MT742 received before MT740 and one received after MT740 are
processed differently.
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The system verifies whether the claim amount in MT742 is greater than the available amount
in the underlying LC contract. If the amount is greater, the message will be placed in ‘Pending
Auth Receipt’ status with the repair reason ‘BC-FUND-NA’.
STP of MT742 generates bills contract in the ‘FINAL’ stage with the following attributes:

Operation of the related bills product is ‘PAYMENT’.

The bill amount is the sum of values in fields 32B and 33B.

The LC amount during booking of import bill is the value in field 32B

The LC liability amount is the sum of values in fields 32B and 33B.
While booking the import bill from an incoming MT742, the following details are inherited from
the underlying LC as per (field 21):

Party details

Our customer details

Our LC customer

Our LC reference

LC amount

LC liability amount in the ‘Bills and Collections - Contract Input – Contract Details’
screen.

The claiming bank of the contract matches the claiming bank of the existing LC.
The tenor details of the bills contract are picked up as shown below:

Base date is fetched from the standard tenor maintained in BC product preferences.

Transit days are fetched from the transit days maintained for the BC product.

Maturity date is computed as base date + transit days.

The Nostro account is derived using SWIFT fields 57 and 58 in the following manner:
–
If field 57 exists, the Nostro account maintained for the counterparty (as in field 57)
will be used for crediting the amount claimed.
–
If field 57 is not present and field 58 exists, the Nostro account maintained for the
counterparty (as in field 58) will be used for crediting the amount claimed.
–
If both fields 57 and 58 are not present, the Nostro account maintained for the
counterparty (as in field 1) will be used for crediting amount claimed.
Values from the above mentioned fields are updated in the settlement message details of the
Nostro account leg having the amount tag ‘BILL_AMOUNT’ or ‘BILL_AMT_EQIV’. Value of
field 33B is stored as an FFT with FFT code ‘33ADDAMTCLMD’ under the message type
‘REIM_PAY_ADV’.
The system checks for the following during STP of MT742:

The mapped product should be of type ‘IMPORT’.

The operation of the bills product should be ‘PAYMENT’.

During upload of bills contract, if the underlying LC is not present then the system will
reject the record. The underlying LC is fetched using field 21.

Amount in field 32 cannot be more than the current available amount of the LC.

Amount in field 33 cannot be more than outstanding liability amount of the LC.

The counterparty derived using field 52A or D should match with the counterparty of the
party ‘ISSUING BANK’ defaulted from the underlying LC.

The counterparty derived using field 1(BIC of sender) should match with the
counterparty of the party ‘NEGOTIATING BANK’ defaulted from the underlying LC. If
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the party ‘NEGOTIATING BANK’ does not exist in the bill, then the party details of the
same will be derived using field 1 and will be displayed in the party details of the import
bill.

If the amount in field 34 is less than the sum of amounts in field 32 and field 33, the
system will reject the record.
In case MT742 is received before MT740, the underlying LC contract will not be available in
the system. In such instances, the system will place the MT742 in ‘Pending Auth Receipt’
status.
The STP process creates an authorized or unauthorized import bill based on the post upload
status maintained in the ‘Upload Source Preferences’ screen.
9.5.8
Deriving Maturity Date of Bills
If the LC value date is not available in the incoming MT742, the system automatically
computes the maturity date based on the parameter days maintained in ‘Bills and Collections
Product Preference’ screen. The message MT742 is considered to be received as of the
branch date. The system will then add the number of parameter days to the receipt date and
derive the maturity date of the Bill.
If the value date is available in MT742, the system extracts it from 34A and considers that as
the maturity date of the Bill. In case Bill is marked for auto liquidation, system uses the
maturity date as the liquidation date as well. However, you can modify the liquidation date of
the Bill.
Once a bill is created successfully, the system generates REIM_PRE_ADV as part of INIT
event.
If the value date mentioned in MT742 is the current system date or a date in the past,
automatic liquidation will not take place. The Bill will be liquidated as part of EOD processes.
However, you can manually liquidate the Bill if required.
In case of manual input of Bills contract for MT742 received through any media, you need to
manually choose the LC contract from the system. If the LC is not available in the system, you
have to manually generate MTN99 for claiming and issuing banks.
During manual liquidation of a bills contract, if the funds are insufficient, the system displays
an override based on which the system user has to decide whether to go ahead with
liquidation or not.
9.6
Receivable Liquidation (LQ) EOD Batch
This section contains the following topic:

9.6.1
Section 9.6.1, "Processing LQ EOD Batch"
Processing LQ EOD Batch
In case of Receivable Liquidation (LQ) EOD batch, system checks for the following:

Charge and Commission Tracer (CHG_COM_TRACER) - System considers the
Preferred Medium and Template ID maintained in the ‘Bills and Collections Product
Tracers’ screen. If the Preferred Medium is ‘SWIFT’, system generates the Charge and
Commission tracer in MT799 (if it is under LC) or MT499 (if it is not under LC) SWIFT
format according to the Template.
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
Charge Claim Advice (CHG_CLAIM_ADV) - System considers the Claim Advice in Swift
and the Template ID in the ‘Bills and Collections Contract Detailed’ screen. While
generating the Charge Claim advice, system checks if the ‘Claim Advice in Swift’ option
is checked. System generates the advice in MT799 (if it is under LC) or MT499 (if it is
not under LC) considering the Template Id for tag 79.
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10. Annexure A
This chapter contains the following sections:

Section 10.1, "Free Format Texts (FFTs)"

Section 10.2, "BC SDEs"
10.1 Free Format Texts (FFTs)
This annexure contains details of the FFTs that are pre-shipped. The following details of the
pre shipped FFTs have been detailed:

The code assigned to the FFT

The advice or message that it can accompany

Whether the FFT is mandatory for the processing of the bill
Optional/
Mandatory
Advice Code/Message Type
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ACCEPTANCE_ADV
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
PAYMENT_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
PRINCIPAL_FATE
ADVFATEPQRY
O
ADVFATEPANS
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ADVFATEAQRY
O
ADVFATEAANS
O
73CHGCLAIMED
O
33TOTAMTCLMD
O
57ACWITHBANK
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
77APAYREFUSL
M
73CHGCLAIMED
O
FFT Code Used
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
PAYMENT_REFUSAL
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
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33TOTAMTCLMD
O
57ACWITHBANK
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
77AACPREFUSL
M
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
RESERVE_RELEASE
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
33ADDAMTCLMD
O
REIMBRSMNT_CLM
58BENFICBANK
O
57ACWITHBANK
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
71BCHARGES
O
34TOTAMTCLMD
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
33BADDLAMNT
O
71CHGTOBEDED
O
34TOTAMTPD
O
73CHGTOBEADD
O
57ACWITHBANK
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
REL_OF_RES_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ACCPT_FATE_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
DISCAPPRVL_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ACCEPTANCE_ADV
DISCREPANCY_REQ
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SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
PAYMENT_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
PRINCIPAL_FATE
ADVFATEPQRY
O
ADVFATEPANS
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ADVFATEAQRY
O
ADVFATEAANS
O
73CHGCLAIMED
O
33TOTAMTCLMD
O
57ACWITHBANK
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
77APAYREFUSL
O
73CHGCLAIMED
O
33TOTAMTCLMD
O
57ACWITHBANK
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
DISCREPANCY
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
FREEFRMTTEXT
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
FREEFRMTTEXT
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
FREEFRMTTEXT
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
FREEFRMTTEXT
O
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
PAYMENT_REFUSAL
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
RESERVE_RELEASE
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
PROTEST_NONPAY
PROTEST_NONACPT
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SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
CLOSURE_ADVICE
FREEFRMTTEXT
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
FREEFRMTTEXT
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
FREEFRMTTEXT
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
FREEFRMTTEXT
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
REL_OF_RES_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ACCPT_FATE_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
DISCAPPRVL_TRCR
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
PAYMENT_ADVICE
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
DISCOUNT_ADVICE
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
ADVANCE_ADVICE
SNDRRCVRINF
O
O
PURCHASD_ADVICE
DISCREPANCY_REQ
REMITTANCE_LTR
REIMBRSMNT_CLM
10.2 BC SDEs
The following is an exhaustive list of SDEs that are supported for BC Module:
Name
Description
CUSTOMER_CREDIT_RATING
Holds the Credit Rating information of Customer
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11. Annexure B - Accounting Entries and Advices
This chapter contains the following sections:

Section 11.1, "Accounting Entries and Advices for Bills"

Section 11.2, "Events"

Section 11.3, "Amount Tags"

Section 11.4, "Accounting Roles"

Section 11.5, "Event-wise Accounting Entries for Products"
11.1 Accounting Entries and Advices for Bills
This Annexure lists the suggested event-wise accounting entries and advices that can be set up,
for the Bills and Collections module of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
11.2 Events
The following is an exhaustive list of events that can take place during the lifecycle of a BC. In
the subsequent paragraphs we shall examine the accounting entries and messages for the
various events listed below:
Event Code
Event Description
BOOK
Booking of a BC Contract
INIT
Initiation of a BC Contract
TPFT
Principal Payment Fate Tracer
PFAT
Advice of Payment Fate
LIQD
Liquidation of a BC Contract
REVR
Reversal of BC Contract
CLOS
Closure of a BC Contract
AMND
Amendment of BC Contract
STCH
Bills & Collections Status Change
TRES
Release of Reserve Tracer
TDIS
Approval of Discrepancies Tracer
ADIS
Approval of Document Discrepancies
ACCR
Accrual of Interest Income
REIM
Reimbursement
BCOL
Booking Of Collection
AFAT
Advice of Acceptance Fate
TAFT
Acceptance Fate Tracer
REFA
Refusal Of Acceptance
BDIS
Booking of Discount
LDIS
Liquidation of Discount
TPAY
Principle payment Follow up Tracer
TACP
Bill/Draft Acceptance Tracer
REFA
Refusal Of Acceptance
BACI
Initial Acceptance of a Bill
BLNK
Bill Linkage To a Loan
BLRV
Release of Bill Linkage To a Loan
LCOL
Liquidation of Collection
BACP
Booking of Acceptance
11.3 Amount Tags
In BC Module Amount Tags are factory shipped as well as formed dynamically on the basis
of Interest, Charges & Tax Components. Representative set of amount tags are listed below:
Amount Tags
Description
BILL_AMOUNT
Bill Amount
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Bill Amount Equivalent
BILL_AMND_AMT
Bill Amendment Amount
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Export Bill Discounted Income Liquidated
BCSWFT_LIQD
BC SWIFT Charges
BCTAX_AMOUNT
BC Tax Amount
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
BC Tax1 Amount
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Bill Liquidation Amount
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Bill Liquidation Amount Equivalent
BCFEES_LIQD
BC Fees Liquidation
EBC_NGT_IN_LIQD
Export Bill Negotiated Income Liquidation
EBC_PUR_IN_LIQD
Export Bill Purchase Income Liquidation
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Export Bill Purchase Income Accrual
BCCOUR_LIQD
BC Courier Charges Liquidation
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Export Bill Discount Income Accrual
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IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Import Bill Acceptance Fee Income Liquidation
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Import Bill Discount Interest Liquidation
BROK_LIQD_AMT
Brokerage Liquidation Amount
BROK_LIQD_AMTEQ
Brokerage Liquidation Amount
11.4 Accounting Roles
In BC Module Accounting Roles are factory shipped as well as formed dynamically on the
basis of Interest, Charges & Tax Components. Representative set of accounting roles are
listed below:
Accounting Role
Description
BILLS NEGOTIATE
Bills Purchased/Discounted
COLLECTION OFFSET
LCBC Contigent Liability
BILLS PURCHASED
Bills Purchased/Discounted
BILLS DISCNTED
Bills Purchased/Discounted
ACCEPTANCE CONT
LCBC Contingent Asset
BRIDGE GL
Asset GL
CLFA CONT
LC/BC Contingent Liability
BCSWFT_INC
SWIFT Charges
BCCOUR_INC
Courier Charges
BC FEES_INC
Outstation Bills Collection Charges
EB COLLECTIONS
LCBC Contingent Asset
COLLOFFSET
LCBC Contingent Liability
BCTAX_PAY
Bills Payable / Chqs Payable
BCTAX1_PAY
Bills Payable / Chqs Payable
EBC_NGT_INRIA
BC Negotiation Fees RIA-Receivable
EBC_NGT_ININC
BC Negotiation Fee Income
EBC_PUR_ININC
BC Interest Income
EBC_PUR_INRIA
BC Purchase Interest RIA
EBC_DIS_INRIA
BC Interest RIA
EBC_DIS_ININC
BC Interest Income
IBC_ADV_INRIA
BC Advice Fee RIA- Receivable
IBC_ADV_ININC
BC Advice Fee Income
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IBC_ACP_INRIA
BC Acceptance Fee Receivable
IBC_ACP_ININC
BC Acceptance Fee Income
11.5 Event-wise Accounting Entries for Products
This chapter contains the following section:
11.5.1

Section 11.5.1, "Outgoing Documentary Sight Bills Under LC On Collection"

Section 11.5.2, "Outgoing Documentary Sight Bills Under LC On Negotiation"

Section 11.5.3, "Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Under LC On Collection"

Section 11.5.4, "Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Under LC On Purchase"

Section 11.5.5, "Outgoing Documentry Usance Bills Under LC On Discount"

Section 11.5.6, "Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Under LC On Acceptance"

Section 11.5.7, "Outgoing Clean Usance Bills Under LC On Acceptance"

Section 11.5.8, "Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Under LC On Collection"

Section 11.5.9, "Outgoing Documentary Sight Bills Not Under LC On Collection"

Section 11.5.10, "Outgoing documentary Sight Bills Not Under LC On Purchase"

Section 11.5.11, "Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Not Under LC On Collection"

Section 11.5.12, "Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Not Under LC On Purchase"

Section 11.5.13, "Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Not Under LC On Discount"

Section 11.5.14, "Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Not Under LC On Acceptance"

Section 11.5.15, "Outgoing Clean Usance Bills Not Under LC On Acceptance"

Section 11.5.16, "Outgoing Clean Usance Bills Not Under LC On Discount"

Section 11.5.17, "Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Advance"

Section 11.5.18, "Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Payment"

Section 11.5.19, "Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Payment"

Section 11.5.20, "Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Clean Collection"

Section 11.5.21, "Incoming Sight Bills Not Under LC Collection"

Section 11.5.22, "Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Acceptance"

Section 11.5.23, "Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Clean Acceptance"

Section 11.5.24, "Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Clean Discount"

Section 11.5.25, "Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Acceptance"

Section 11.5.26, "Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Clean Acceptance"

Section 11.5.27, "Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Clean Discount"

Section 11.5.28, "Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Acceptance"

Section 11.5.29, "Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Payment"

Section 11.5.30, "Incoming Sight Bills Not Under LC Collection"

Section 11.5.31, "Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Acceptance"

Section 11.5.32, "Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Acceptance"

Section 11.5.33, "Accounting Entries for Multi Tenor Contracts"
Outgoing Documentary Sight Bills Under LC On Collection
You can set up event-wise accounting entries and advices for the product as suggested
below:
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11.5.1.1 BOOK: Booking
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.1.2 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
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BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
LC_COLL_BRIDGE
COLL_AMT
Dr
BILL_COLLATERAL
COLL_AMT
Cr
11.5.1.3 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.1.4 PFAT
None
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11.5.1.5 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
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BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
<component>INC
<Component>_MOVINC
Dr
<component>NORMINC
<Component>_MOVINC
Cr
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11.5.1.6 REVR
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
<component>INC
<Component>_MOVINC
Dr
<component>NORMINC
<Component>_MOVINC
Cr
11.5.1.7 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.1.8 STCH
None
11.5.1.9 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgement
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component.
11-9
Accounting Entries
11.5.2
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
Outgoing Documentary Sight Bills Under LC On Negotiation
You can set up event-wise accounting entries and advices for the product as suggested
below:
11-10
11.5.2.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.2.2 TRES
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
REL_OF_RES_TRCR
Release of Reserve Tracer
11.5.2.3 TDIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
DISCAPPRVL_TRCR
Discrepancy Tracer
11.5.2.4 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.2.5 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgement
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component.
11-11
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-12
11.5.2.6 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
11-13
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-14
11.5.2.7 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11.5.2.8 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.2.9 PFAT
None
11.5.2.10 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
11-15
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
11-16
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-17
11.5.2.11 REVR
None
11.5.3
Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Under LC On Collection
11.5.3.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.3.2 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
11-18
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11.5.3.3 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11-19
11.5.3.4 PFAT
None
11.5.3.5 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-20
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BROK_LIQD_AMT
Dr
AGENT ACCOUNT
BROK_LIQD_AMTEQ
Cr
11-21
11.5.3.6 REVR
None
11.5.3.7 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.3.8 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgement
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component.
11-22
Accounting Entries
11.5.4
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Under LC On Purchase
11.5.4.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.4.2 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
11-23
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
LC_COLL_BRIDGE
COLL_AMT
Dr
BILL_COLLATERAL
COLL_AMT
Cr
11-24
11.5.4.3 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Dr/Cr
Indicator
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACC
R
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACC
R
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACC
R
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACC
R
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACC
R
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACC
R
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACC
R
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACC
R
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
In case of Bill status change, the system passes the following entries:
Dr/
Cr
Account Role
Amount Tag
Dr
<component>REC
<Component>_ACCR1
Cr
<component>INC
<Component>_ACCR1
11-25
11.5.4.4 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.4.5 PFAT
None
11.5.4.6 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
11-26
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
If the bill liquidation is done using Collateral amount, then the following entry will be passed
instead of BC CUSTOMER:
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
LCCOLL_INT_ACCT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
11-27
If the collateral account does not have sufficient fund, then the following entries will be
passed:
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
Customer
BILL_LIQ_AMT_<S01>
Dr
NOSTRO
BILL_LIQ_AMT_<S01>
Cr
LCCOLL_INT_ACCT
BILL_LIQ_AMT_<S02>
Dr
NOSTRO
BILL_LIQ_AMT_<S02>
Cr
11-28
11.5.4.7 REVR
None
11.5.4.8 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
11.5.5
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
Outgoing Documentry Usance Bills Under LC On Discount
11.5.5.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.5.2 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.5.3 AMND
11-29
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-30
11.5.5.4 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
11-31
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-32
11.5.5.5 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11.5.5.6 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.5.7 PFAT
None
11.5.5.8 REIM
None
11.5.5.9 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
11-33
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-34
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-35
11.5.5.10 BCOL
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
11.5.5.11 LCOL
Accounting Entries
11.5.5.12 REVR
None
11.5.5.13 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
11.5.6
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Under LC On Acceptance
11.5.6.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
11-36
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11-37
11.5.6.2 AFAT
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11.5.6.3 TAFT
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCPT_FATE_TRCR
Acceptance Fate Tracer
11.5.6.4 REFA
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
Acceptance Refusal
11.5.6.5 TDIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
DISCAPPRVL_TRCR
Discrepancy Tracer
11.5.6.6 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.6.7 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
11-38
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-39
11.5.6.8 BACP
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_ADV
Acceptance Advice
11.5.6.9 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.6.10 PFAT
None
11.5.6.11 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
11-40
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-41
11.5.6.12 BDIS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
`BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BILL_AMOUNT
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BILLS PURCHASED
AMT_PURCHASED
Dr
CUSTOMER A/C
AMT_PURCHASEDEQ
Cr
CUSTOMER A/C
EBC_PUR_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_PUR_IN_INC
EBC_PUR_IN_LIQD
Cr
CUSTOMER A/C
EBC_PUR_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_PUR_IN_INC
EBC_PUR_IN_LIQD
Cr
11.5.6.13 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
11-42
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11.5.6.14 LDIS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
<component>INC
<Component>_MOVINC
Dr
<component>NORMINC
<Component>_MOVINC
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
AMT_PURCHASED
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
AMT_PURCHASEDEQ
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
AMT_PURCHASED
Dr
CUSTOMER A/C
AMT_PURCHASEDEQ
Cr
11.5.6.15 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-43
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.6.16 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11-44
11.5.6.17 REVR
None
11.5.7
Outgoing Clean Usance Bills Under LC On Acceptance
11.5.7.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.7.2 AFAT
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11.5.7.3 TAFT
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCPT_FATE_TRCR
Acceptance Fate Tracer
11-45
11.5.7.4 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
11-46
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11.5.7.5 BACP
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_ADV
Acceptance Advice
11-47
11.5.7.6 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.7.7 PFAT
None
11.5.7.8 REIM
None
11.5.7.9 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
11-48
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-49
11.5.7.10 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgement
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-50
11.5.7.11 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.7.12 REVR
None
11.5.8
Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Under LC On Collection
11.5.8.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.8.2 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
11-51
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-52
11.5.8.3 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.8.4 PFAT
None
11.5.8.5 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
11-53
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-54
11.5.8.6 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgement
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
<Interest_component>INC
Amount Tag
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr/Cr
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-55
11.5.8.7 RAMT
None
11.5.8.8 BPUR
None
11.5.8.9 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11.5.8.10 LPUR
None
11.5.8.11 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
11-56
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.8.12 REVR
None
11.5.9
Outgoing Documentary Sight Bills Not Under LC On Collection
11.5.9.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.9.2 TRES
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
REL_OF_RES_TRCR
Release of Reserve Advice
11.5.9.3 TDIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
DISCAPPRVL_TRCR
Discrepancy Tracer
11.5.9.4 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authority
11.5.9.5 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
11-57
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-58
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11.5.9.6 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11.5.9.7 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-59
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-60
11.5.9.8 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.9.9 PFAT
None
11.5.9.10 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
11-61
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
11-62
11.5.9.11 REVR
None
11.5.9.12 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11-63
11.5.10 Outgoing documentary Sight Bills Not Under LC On Purchase
11.5.10.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.10.2 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-64
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-65
11.5.10.3 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.10.4 PFAT
None
11.5.10.5 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
11-66
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-67
11.5.10.6 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-68
11.5.10.7 RAMT
None
11.5.10.8 BPUR
None
11.5.10.9 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11.5.10.10 LPUR
None
11.5.10.11 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
11-69
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.10.12 REVR
None
11.5.11 Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Not Under LC On Collection
11.5.11.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.11.2 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
11-70
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-71
11.5.11.3 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11.5.11.4 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-72
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.11.5 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.11.6 PFAT
None
11.5.11.7 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
11-73
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-74
11.5.11.8 REVR
None
11.5.11.9 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.12 Outgoing Clean Sight Bills Not Under LC On Purchase
11.5.12.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.12.2 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.12.3 AMND
Advices
11-75
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-76
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.12.4 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
11-77
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11.5.12.5 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11-78
11.5.12.6 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
11-79
11.5.12.7 PFAT
None
11.5.12.8 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-80
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-81
11.5.12.9 BCOL
None
11.5.12.10 LCOL
None
11.5.12.11 REVR
None
11.5.12.12 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11-82
11.5.13 Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Not Under LC On Discount
11.5.13.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.13.2 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11-83
11.5.13.3 TAFT
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCPT_FATE_TRCR
Acceptance Fate Tracer
11.5.13.4 REFA
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
Acceptance Refusal
11.5.13.5 TDIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
DISCAPPRVL_TRCR
Discrepancy Tracer
11.5.13.6 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.13.7 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
11-84
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-85
11.5.13.8 BACP
None
11.5.13.9 TPFT
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
Payment Fate Tracer
11.5.13.10 PFAT
None
11-86
11.5.13.11 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
11-87
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-88
11.5.13.12 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11.5.13.13 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-89
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.13.14 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.14 Outgoing Documentary Usance Bills Not Under LC On Acceptance
11.5.14.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.14.2 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11.5.14.3 TAFT
11-90
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCPT_FATE_TRCR
Acceptance Fate Tracer
11.5.14.4 PFAT
None
11.5.14.5 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
11-91
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-92
11.5.14.6 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-93
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.14.7 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.15 Outgoing Clean Usance Bills Not Under LC On Acceptance
11.5.15.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.15.2 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
11-94
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-95
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.15.3 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
11-96
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-97
11.5.15.4 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
11-98
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-99
11.5.15.5 BCOL
None
11.5.16 Outgoing Clean Usance Bills Not Under LC On Discount
11.5.16.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.16.2 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
11-100
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
11-101
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
11-102
Dr
11.5.16.3 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.16.4 REVR
None
11.5.17 Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Advance
11.5.17.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.17.2 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
DISCREPANCY_AUT
11.5.17.3 AMND
Advices
11-103
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-104
11.5.17.4 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
11-105
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-106
11.5.17.5 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
11-107
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-108
11.5.17.6 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.17.7 REVR
None
11.5.18 Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Payment
11.5.18.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.18.2 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.18.3 AMND
Advices
11-109
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-110
11.5.18.4 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
11-111
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-112
11.5.18.5 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
11-113
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-114
11.5.18.6 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.18.7 REVR
None
11.5.19 Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Payment
11.5.19.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.19.2 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
11-115
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11-116
11.5.19.3 TPAY
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMENT_TRCR
Payment Tracer
11.5.19.4 PFAT
None
11.5.19.5 PDUE
None
11.5.19.6 REFP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMENT_REFUSAL
Payment Refusal
NONPAY_NONACPT
Nonpayment Non acceptance
11.5.19.7 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
11-117
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
11-118
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11.5.19.8 REVR
None
11.5.19.9 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-119
11.5.19.10 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.19.11 REVR
None
11.5.19.12 DNTC
None
11.5.20 Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Clean Collection
11.5.20.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.20.2 TPAY
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMENT_TRCR
Payment Tracer
11.5.20.3 PFAT
None
11.5.20.4 PDUE
11-120
None
11.5.20.5 REFP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMENT_REFUSAL
Payment Refusal
NONPAY_NONACPT
Nonpayment non acceptance
11.5.20.6 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
11-121
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-122
11.5.20.7 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-123
11.5.20.8 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.21 Incoming Sight Bills Not Under LC Collection
11.5.21.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.21.2 TACP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
Acceptance Tracer
11.5.21.3 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11.5.21.4 REFA
11-124
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
Acceptance Refusal
11.5.21.5 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.21.6 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
11-125
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11.5.21.7 BACPI
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_ADV_FFT
Acceptance Advice
11.5.21.8 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-126
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-127
11.5.21.9 BACP
None
11.5.21.10 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-128
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-129
11.5.21.11 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.22 Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Acceptance
11.5.22.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.22.2 TACP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
Acceptance Tracer
11.5.22.3 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11.5.22.4 REFA
11-130
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
Acceptance Refusal
11.5.22.5 BACI
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_ADV_FFT
Acceptance Advice
11.5.22.6 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-131
11.5.22.7 BACP
None
11.5.22.8 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-132
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-133
11.5.22.9 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.23 Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Clean Acceptance
11.5.23.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11-134
11.5.23.2 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
11-135
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11.5.23.3 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.23.4 TPAY
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMENT_TRCR
Payment Tracer
11-136
11.5.23.5 PFAT
None
11.5.23.6 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.24 Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Clean Discount
11.5.24.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.24.2 TACP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
11.5.24.3 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
11-137
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
11.5.24.4 REFA
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
11.5.24.5 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.24.6 BACI
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_ADV_FFT
Acceptance Advice
11.5.24.7 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-138
11.5.24.8 BACP
11.5.24.9 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-139
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-140
11.5.24.10 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.25 Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Acceptance
11.5.25.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.25.2 TACP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
Acceptance Tracer
11.5.25.3 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11-141
11.5.25.4 REFA
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
Acceptance Refusal
11.5.25.5 BACP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_ADV_FFT
Acceptance Advice
11.5.25.6 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-142
11.5.25.7 BACI
None
11.5.25.8 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-143
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-144
11.5.25.9 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.26 Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Clean Acceptance
11.5.26.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11-145
11.5.26.2 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
11-146
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11.5.26.3 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.26.4 TPAY
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMENT_TRCR
Payment Tracer
11-147
11.5.26.5 PFAT
None
11.5.26.6 REVR
None
11.5.26.7 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
11.5.27 Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Clean Discount
11.5.27.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.27.2 TACP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
Acceptance Tracer
11-148
11.5.27.3 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11.5.27.4 REFA
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
Acceptance Refusal
11.5.27.5 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.27.6 BACI
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_ADV_FFT
Acceptance Advice
11.5.27.7 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-149
11.5.27.8 BACP
None
11.5.27.9 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-150
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-151
11.5.27.10 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11-152
11.5.28 Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Acceptance
11.5.28.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.28.2 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.28.3 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-153
11.5.28.4 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
11-154
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-155
11.5.28.5 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.28.6 DNTC
None
11.5.29 Incoming Sight Bills Under LC Payment
11.5.29.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.29.2 TPAY
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMENT_TRCR
Payment Tracer
11-156
11.5.29.3 PFAT
None
11.5.29.4 PDUE
None
11.5.29.5 REFP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
PAYMENT_REFUSAL
Payment Refusal
NONPAY_NONACPT
Nonpayment Non Acceptance
11-157
11.5.29.6 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
11-158
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11.5.29.7 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-159
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.29.8 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.30 Incoming Sight Bills Not Under LC Collection
11.5.30.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11-160
11.5.30.2 TACP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
Acceptance Tracer
11.5.30.3 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11.5.30.4 REFA
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
Acceptance Refusal
11.5.30.5 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.30.6 BACI
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_ADV_FFT
Acceptance Advice
11.5.30.7 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
11-161
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-162
11.5.30.8 BACP
None
11.5.30.9 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-163
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
11-164
11.5.30.10 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.31 Incoming Usance Bills Not Under LC Acceptance
11.5.31.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.31.2 TACP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
Acceptance Tracer
11.5.31.3 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11.5.31.4 REFA
11-165
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
Acceptance Refusal
11.5.31.5 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.31.6 BACI
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_ADV_FFT
Acceptance Advice
11.5.31.7 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11-166
11.5.31.8 BACP
None
11.5.31.9 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
11-167
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
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11.5.31.10 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.32 Incoming Usance Bills Under LC Acceptance
11.5.32.1 BOOK
Accounting Entries
None
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
REMITTANCE_LTR
Remittance Letter
DISCREPANCY_REQ
Discrepancy Letter
DOC_ARVL_NOTICE
Document Arrival Notice
11.5.32.2 TACP
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
Acceptance Tracer
11.5.32.3 AFAT
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
Acceptance Fate
11.5.32.4 REFA
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Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
Acceptance Refusal
11.5.32.5 ADIS
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
RESERVE_RELEASE
Reserve Release
DISCREPANCY_AUT
Discrepancy Authorization
11.5.32.6 INIT
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Dr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ADV UNDER LCS
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
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BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Dr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Dr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC CUSTOMER
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Dr
IBC_DIS_INTRIA
IBC_DIS_INT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
11.5.32.7 BACI
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACCEPT_ADV_FFT
Acceptance Advice
11.5.32.8 AMND
Advices
Advice Name
Advice Description
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
BC Acknowledgment
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
Amendment Advice
Rebate entries of Bill amendment are same as INIT entries. System picks up the amount
based on rebate amount and posts the entries.
For refund of Interest, amount tag INT_COMPONENT>_ADJ is used for corresponded
interest component
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Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr
<Interest_component>INC
<Interest_component>_NFA
Dr
BC customer
<Interest_component>_NFA
Cr
11.5.32.9 BACP
None
11.5.32.10 LIQD
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS NEGOTIATE
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
Nostro
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
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BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
C
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BILLS PURCHASED
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BC FEES_LIQD
Dr
BC FEES_INC
BC FEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Dr
BILLS DISCNTED
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
NOSTRO ACCOUNT
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
BC CUSTOMER
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCSWIFT_LIQD
Dr
BCSWFT_INC
BCSWFT_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCCOUR_LIQD
Dr
BCCOUR_INC
BCCOUR_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCFEES_LIQD
Dr
BCFEES_INC
BCFEES_LIQD
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX_PAY
BCTAX_AMOUNT
Cr
BC CUSTOMER
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Dr
BCTAX1_PAY
BCTAX1_AMOUNT
Cr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_AMOUNT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_AMT_EQUIV
Dr
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11.5.32.11 ACCR
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EBC_NGT_INRIA
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_NGT_ININC
EBC_NGT_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_INRIA
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_DIS_ININC
EBC_DIS_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_INRIA
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
EBC_PUR_INREC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Dr
EBC_PUR_ININC
EBC_PUR_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ADV_INRIA
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ADV_ININC
IBC_ADV_IN_ACCR
Cr
IBC_ACP_INRIA
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Dr
IBC_ACP_ININC
IBC_ACP_IN_ACCR
Cr
11.5.32.12 BLNK
None
11.5.32.13 BLRV
None
11.5.32.14 CLOS
Accounting Entries
Accounting Role
Amount Tag
Dr/Cr Indicator
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
ACCEPTANCE CONT
BILL_OS_AMT
Cr
CLFA CONT
BILL_OS_AMTEQV
Dr
EB COLLECTIONS
BILL_LIQ_AMT
Cr
COLL OFFSET
BILL_LIQ_AMTEQ
Dr
Advices
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Advice Name
Advice Description
CLOSURE_ADVICE
Closure Advice
11.5.32.15 STCH
None
11.5.33 Accounting Entries for Multi Tenor Contracts
The accounting entries for multi tenor contracts are same as those maintained for Usance
Bills.
For details about the accounting entries, please refer previous sections on Accounting Entries
for Usance Bills.
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12. Annexure C - Error Codes and Messages
This chapter contains the following sections:

Section 12.1, "Error Codes and Messages"
12-1
12.1 Error Codes and Messages
Error Code
Message
BC-00200
At least one status has to be defined
BC-00201
Status already exists
BC-00202
Contracts with $1 status exist. The status cannot be deleted
BC-00203
Status and status sequence cannot be null or 0
BC-00204
Status with this sequence number already exists. Do you want to shift the existing status?
BC-00205
Status shift down failed
BC-00206
Transfer days should be more than $1 days
BC-00207
Transfer days should be less than $1 days
BC-00208
Component is missing for status
BC-00209
$1 is missing
BC-00210
Duplicates exist
BC-00211
Stop accrual has not been set
BC-00212
Interest components cannot exist for a collection operation.
BC-00213
Accrual start month is missing
BC-00214
Accrual start day is missing
BC-00215
Min tenor should be less than or equal to standard tenor, which in turn has to be
less than or equal to Max tenor.
BC-00216
Details of product preference screen have not be entered. Product cannot be
saved without preference screen details.
BC-00217
Status with status sequence =0 can be defined for only norm status.
BC-00218
ICCF components have not been defined for this product
BC-00219
Transfer GL cannot be duplicated.
BC-00220
Their charges have not been maintained. Do you want to maintain them?
BC-00221
Product code not unique
BC-00222
Product code should be at least 4 characters long
BC-00223
Status sequence cannot be 0
BC-00224
Their charges component has been deleted for the product
BC-00225
Income/expense accounting roles cannot be defined for their charge component
BC-00226
Are you sure that the product is to be back-valued?
12-2
BC-00227
This product has more than two their charge components defined. Do you want
to still proceed?
BC-00228
Mandatory (or not null) fields are null.
BC-00229
Advices have not been maintained for events. Input to FFT and instructions not
allowed.
BC-00230
Stop accruals field will be marked for all subsequent statuses. Do you still want
to proceed?
BC-00231
The stop accruals field for the present status cannot be changed as previous
statuses with stop accruals field marked yes exist.
BC-00232
Preferred tracer medium cannot be null.
BC-00233
The operation has to be defined first.
BC-00234
Product end date cannot be less than today
BC-00235
No components defined for the status
BC-00236
The LOV does not have any valid values
BC-00237
Status sequence cannot be duplicated
BC-00238
An accounting head has to be defined for every accounting role.
BC-00239
Product code should have at least one non-numeric character.
BC-00240
Product code cannot start with the alphabet z.
BC-00241
Transfer days have not been defined
BC-00242
Product code should contain only a-z and 0-9 characters only.
BC-00243
Reverse accruals can be set only if a status with a lesser sequence number has
stop accruals set to yes.
BC-00244
The advice code linked to instruction codes have not been defined for any
events of the product.
BC-00245
The advice code linked to free format text codes have not been defined for any
events of the product.
BC-00246
The advice code linked to status codes in status screen have not been defined
for the event STCH of the product.
BC-00247
At least one interest component has to be shown on the contract main screen if
any of them are defined for the product
BC-00248
If ICCF components are collected in advance then interest component $1 linked
to a floating rate code is not allowed.
BC-00249
No BC product records have been maintained.
BC-00250
Cannot reopen a closed product
BC-00251
Active contract exists for this product. Cannot be closed.
12-3
BC-00252
If the tracer generation is not required then preferred tracer medium has to be
null and tracer start day has to be 0
BC-00253
$1 should be used for defining either credit or debit accounting entries for BC
customer/nostro account but not both
BC-00255
Tracer generation frequency cannot be 0
BC-00256
Collection bills can have interest components defined only for BPUR event.
BC-00257
For a usance bill all the tenors (MIN, STD, MAX) should be greater than zero
BC-AC001
Accruals failed for bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-AC002
Accrual level not available for current branch
BC-AC004
Failed to do accounting entries for bills & collections product $1
BC-AC005
Failed to get reference number for bills & collections product $1 for accounting
entries
BC-AC006
Interest computation for accruals failed for bills & collections contract reference
number $1
BC-AC007
Are you sure you want to start accruals?
BC-AC008
Reverse accrual failed for bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-AC009
Invalid component list sent for accruals for bills & collections contract reference
number $1
BC-AC010
Date until which the accrual due dates of bills & collections contracts should be
picked up is not available
BC-AC011
Invalid accrual type entered
BC-AC012
Invalid accrual level selected for the current branch
BC-AC013
Floating rate changes not processed. Run bills & collections floating rate
changes batch process before starting accruals
BC-AC014
Failed to lock bills & collections contract reference number $1 for ‘ACCR’ event
BC-AC015
Failed to log ‘ACCR’ event into log table for bills & collections contract reference
number $1
BC-AC016
Failed to get new event sequence number for reverse accrual event for bills &
collections contract reference number $1
BC-AC017
Failed to get accrue till date for bills & collections product $1
BC-AC018
Failed to get commit frequency for accruals
BC-AC019
Failed to insert the error code into exception table for the event ‘ACCR’ and bills
& collections contract reference number $1
BC-AC020
This is an end of day process. Cannot process now
BC-AC021
Failed to get end of input for the current branch
12-4
BC-AC022
Accruals batch process completed
BC-AC023
Accrue_till_date is null for bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-AC024
Interest accruals process failed
BC-AC025
Failed to update accrual_details after product_level accounting entries for product $1
BC-AC026
Failed to check if any floating interest rate changes for bills & collections contract reference number $1 are not processed
BC-AC027
Failed to insert accrual details into table for bills & collections contract reference
number $1
BC-AC028
Floating interest rate changes have not been processed for bills & collections
contract reference number $1
BC-AC029
Failed to update to_date in calc table for bills & collections contract reference
number $1
BC-AC030
First run the predecessor process before running this
BC-AC031
Process till date is mandatory
BC-AC032
Process till date cannot be greater than 365 days from today
BC-AC033
Change the process till date if you like to for memo accrual
BC-ACR01
No contracts were picked for accruals on this date
BC-AP001
Are you sure you want to start bills & collections change of event from acceptance to advance?
BC-AP002
Failed to insert the error code into exception table for the event ‘BADV’ and bills
& collections contract reference number $1
BC-AP003
Failed to update processed_status_field as ‘P’ in BCTB_prod_acpadv_dates for
bills & collections product $1
BC-AP004
Failed to do settlement pickup for bills & collections contract reference number
$1 - event sequence number $2 - event ‘$3’
BC-AP005
Failed to process change of event from acceptance to advance for bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-AP006
Failed to create a new version and event sequence number for the change of
event from acceptance to advance for bills & collections reference number $1
BC-AP007
Failed to get end of input for current branch
BC-AP008
Acceptance to advance event change process completed
BC-AP009
Acceptance to advance event change process failed
BC-AP010
Failed to get commit frequency for acceptance to advance event change batch
process
12-5
BC-AP011
Failed to insert details into BCTB_ACP_ADV_LOG table for bills & collections
contract reference number $1
BC-AP012
Failed to update table for BADV event for bills & collections contract reference
number $1 and event sequence number $2
BC-AP013
Failed to populate advice table for ‘BADV’ event for bills & collections contract
reference number $1 and event sequence number $2
BC-AP014
Failed to get events for bills & collections contract reference number $1 and
event sequence number $2
BC-AP015
Failed to process ‘$2’ event for bills & collections contract reference number $1
and event sequence number $3 during ‘BADV’ event
BC-AP016
Failed to authorize bills & collections contract reference number $1 after processing ‘BADV’ event
BC-AP017
From_calc_date is not available for bills & collections contract reference number
$1 and event sequence number $2
BC-AP018
To_calc_date is not available for advance collection type for bills & collections
contract reference number $1 and event sequence number $2
BC-AP019
From_calc_date cannot be greater than today for bills & collections contract reference number $1 and event sequence number $2
BC-AP020
Failed to get record from BCTB_contract_master for bills & collections contract
reference number $1 and event sequence number $2
BC-AP021
Failed to get details for the bills & collections product $1
BC-AP022
This process can be run only during begin of day or end of day
BC-AP023
First run the predecessor process before running this
BC-AT001
Failed to get exchange rate between ‘$1’ currency and ‘$2’ currency
BC-AT002
Failed to convert amount in ‘$1’ currency to ‘$2’ currency
BC-AT003
Failed to get accounting entry details for contract reference number $1 and
event ‘$2’
BC-AT004
Failed to do accounting entries for contract reference number $1 - event ‘$3’
and event sequence number $2
BC-AT005
Accounting entries have not been defined for the event ‘$3’. No accounting
entries have been passed for contract reference $1 - event ‘$3’ with event
sequence number $2.
BC-AT006
No amount tags present for contract reference number $1 - event ‘$3’ and event
sequence number $2 to send for accounting entries
BC-AT007
Failed during handoff for accounting entries for contract reference number $1 event ‘$3’ and event sequence number $2
12-6
BC-AT008
Failed to update tax details after accounting entries for contract reference number $1 - event ‘$3’ and event sequence number $2
BC-AT009
Failed to update settlement details for contract reference number $1 with event
sequence number $2
BC-AT010
Failed to update charge details for contract reference number $1 with event
sequence number $2
BC-AT011
Settlement referral failed for contract reference number $1 with event sequence
number $2
BC-AU0001
There are no unauthorized events for the BC reference $1 pending authorization.
BC-AU0002
Failed to authorize event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 of BC reference
$1.
BC-AU0003
Critical error was encountered during authorization of BC reference $1. Authorization of contract has failed and was unsuccessful.
BC-AU0004
Failed to authorize accounting entries for event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 of BC reference $1.
BC-AU0005
Failed to trigger outgoing messages for event ‘$2’ with event sequence number
$3 of BC reference $1.
BC-AU001
Product rekey preferences could not be got.
BC-AU002
Rekey values do not match. Retry.
BC-AU003
Authorizer cannot be the same as the maker.
BC-C0001
Reference number could not be generated.
BC-C0002
Product details could not be inherited.
BC-C0003
$1 must be greater than or equal to product start date.
BC-C0004
$1 must be lesser than or equal to product end date.
BC-C0005
$1 : input mandatory
BC-C0006
This contract will be completely deleted. Are you sure?
BC-C0007
All unauthorized events in this contract will be deleted. Proceed?
BC-C0008
All unauthorized events for this contract have been undone.
BC-C0009
At least contract reference number is required to put the contract on hold.
BC-C0010
Base date cannot be greater than application date.
BC-C0011
All overrides requiring confirmation have not been confirmed. Confirm them.
BC-C0013
Template id and description mandatory.
BC-C0014
Tenor is less than the minimum tenor specified in the product.
12-7
BC-C0015
Tenor is greater than the maximum tenor specified in the product.
BC-C0016
LC details could not be copied
BC-C0017
User reference number is not unique.
BC-C0018
User reference number mandatory.
BC-C0019
LCY equivalent of bill amount could not be got. Cannot proceed.
BC-CA001
Failed to calculate amount_due for a component of the contract
BC-CLOSE
Do you want to close the contract?
BC-CS001
Bills contract authorization failed.
BC-DE0001
Critical error occurred during deletion of records for event ‘$2’ with event
sequence number $3 for BC reference $1
BC-DE0002
Deletion of records from contract master table for BC reference $1 and event
‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0003
Deletion of records from contract parties table for BC reference $1 and event
‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0004
Deletion of records from contract parties addresses table for BC reference $1
and event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0005
Deletion of records from contract parties limits table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0006
Deletion of records from contract document table for BC reference $1 and event
‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0007
Deletion of records from contract document clauses table for BC reference $1
and event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0008
Deletion of records from contract goods table for BC reference $1 and event ‘$2’
with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0009
Deletion of records from contract shipment information table for BC reference
$1 and event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0010
Deletion of records from contract free format text table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0011
Deletion of records from contract instructions table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0012
Deletion of records from contract discrepancy table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0013
Deletion of records from contract payment exception table for BC reference $1
and event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
12-8
BC-DE0014
Deletion of records from contract acceptance exception table for BC reference
$1 and event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0015
Deletion of records from contract reserve exception table for BC reference $1
and event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0016
Deletion of records from contract payment fate table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0017
Deletion of records from contract acceptance fate table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0018
Deletion of records from contract accrual details table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0019
Deletion of records from contract status log table for BC reference $1 and event
‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0020
Deletion of records from contract interest calculation table for BC reference $1
and event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0021
Deletion of records from contract interest details table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0022
Deletion of records from contract interest master table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0023
Deletion of records from contract changes log table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0024
Deletion of records from contract events advices table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0025
Deletion of records from contract events log table for BC reference $1 and event
‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0026
Deletion of records from contract exceptions table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0027
Deletion of records from contract overrides table for BC reference $1 and event
‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0028
Deletion of records from contract paid details table for BC reference $1 and
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 failed.
BC-DE0029
Only unauthorized event of contract can be deleted. Cannot delete authorized
event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 of BC reference $1.
BC-DE0030
Deletion of accounting entries for event ‘$2’ with event sequence number ‘$3’ of
bills & collection reference $1 failed.
12-9
BC-DE0031
Deletion of customer settlement data for event ‘$2’ with event sequence number
‘$3’ of bills & collection reference $1 failed.
BC-DE0032
Deletion of ICCF sub-system data for event ‘$2’ with event sequence number
‘$3’ of bills & collection reference $1 failed.
BC-DE0033
Deletion of tax sub-system data for event ‘$2’ with event sequence number ‘$3’
of bills & collection reference $1 failed.
BC-DE0034
Deletion of common contract table record for event ‘$2’ with event sequence
number ‘$3’ of bills & collection reference $1 failed.
BC-DE0035
Deletion of limits data for event ‘$2’ with event sequence number $3 for bills &
collection reference $1 failed.
BC-DE0036
Deletion of letters of credit availment event linked to event ‘$2’ with event
sequence number ‘$3’ for BC reference $1 failed.
BC-DE0038
Deletion of records from MIS table for BC reference $1And event ‘$2’ with event
sequence number $3 failed
BC-DEBUG
1
BC-DEL01
The latest authorized event could not be identified to rollback to.
BC-DEL02
Unauthorized contract can be deleted only by the user who input it.
BC-EV0001
Processing of event ‘book’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0002
Processing of event ‘INIT’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0003
Processing of event ‘BDIS’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0004
Processing of event ‘BADV’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0005
Processing of event ‘BPUR’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0006
Processing of event ‘LDIS’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0007
Processing of event ‘LADV’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0008
Processing of event ‘LPUR’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0009
Processing of event ‘LIQD’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0010
Processing of event ‘AMND’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0011
Processing of event ‘ACCR’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0012
Processing of event ‘STCH’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0013
Processing of event ‘REVR’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0014
Processing of event ‘ADIS’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0015
Processing of event ‘PFAT’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0016
Processing of event ‘AFAT’ failed for BC reference $1.
12-10
BC-EV0017
Processing of event ‘REFP’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0018
Processing of event ‘REFA’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0019
Processing of event ‘PRNP’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0020
Processing of event ‘PRNA’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0021
Processing of event ‘CLOS’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0022
Processing of event ‘RRES’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0023
Processing of event ‘BACP’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0030
Accounting services function failed during event $2 with event sequence number $3 for BC reference $1
BC-EV0031
Failed to delete settlement details during event $2 with event sequence number
$3 for BC reference $1
BC-EV0032
Failed to delete the contract details during event $2 with event sequence number $3 for BC reference $1
BC-EV0033
Failed to delete tax details during event $2 with event sequence number $3 for
BC reference $1
BC-EV0034
Failed to delete the contract during event $2 with event sequence number $3 for
BC reference $1
BC-EV0035
Failed to delete limit details during event $2 with event sequence number $3 for
BC reference $1
BC-EV0036
Failed to delete LC availment details during event $2 with event sequence number $3 for BC reference $1
BC-EV0050
Critical error occurred during processing of event ‘$2’ for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0051
Update of contract event log for event ‘$2’ failed for BC reference $1.
BC-EV0052
Failed to fetch contract related data for event ‘$2’ of BC reference $1
BC-EV0053
Processing of accounting entries for event ‘$2’ of BC reference $1 failed.
BC-EV0054
Processing of LC availment event failed for bills & collection reference $1 under
our LC reference $2.
BC-EV0055
On-line limits monitoring process failed for event ‘$2’ of bills & collection reference $1.
BC-EV0056
Reversal of accounting entries for BC reference $1 failed.
BC-EV0057
Accounting entries definition lookup for event ‘$2’ for BC reference $1 failed.
BC-EV0058
Accounting entries hand off for event ‘$2’ with event sequence number ‘$3’ for
bills & collections contract reference $1 failed.
BC-EV0059
Update of contract interest tables (BCTBS_ICCF_Master) for event ‘$2’ with
event sequence number $3 of BC reference $1
12-11
BC-EVNT1
Current event is : $1. Subsystems and advices will be picked up for the event.
BC-FR001
Are you sure you want to process floating rate interest changes?
BC-FR002
Failed to update process field for floating rate code $1 - currency $2
BC-FR003
Failed to process rate change for bills and collections contract reference number $1- rate code $2 and currency $3
BC-FR004
Failed to process rate change for bills and collections contract reference number $1 and component $2
BC-FR005
Failed to get end of input for current branch
BC-FR006
Failed to get new event sequence number for bills and collections contract reference number $1 while processing floating rate code $2 with currency $3 - effective date $4 and amount $5
BC-FR007
Completed processing floating rate interest changes
BC-FR008
Failed to process floating rate interest changes
BC-FR009
Failed to check if any floating rate changes have to be processed
BC-FR010
Failed to log FRIC event for bills and collections contract reference number $1
BC-FR011
Failed to log the exception into the exception table during FRIC event for bills
and collections contract reference number $1
BC-FR012
Failed to get commit frequency for floating rate change process
BC-FR013
Failed to calculate amount due for the bills and collections contract reference
number $1
BC-FR014
Failed to log FRIC event for bills and collections contract reference number $1
and rate code $2
BC-FR015
Failed to calculate amount due for the bills and collections contract reference
number $1 and component $2
BC-HOL001
Holiday check for base date and bill currency has failed. Please check whether
holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL002
BC contract base date $1 is a holiday for bill currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL003
Local holiday check for base date has failed. Please check whether local holiday
table has been maintained.
BC-HOL004
BC contract base date $1 is a local holiday. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL005
Holiday check for covering letter date and bill currency has failed. Please check
whether holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL006
BC contract covering letter date $1 is a holiday for bill currency $2. OK to proceed?
12-12
BC-HOL007
Local holiday check for covering letter date has failed. Please check whether
local holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL008
BC contract covering letter date $1 is a local holiday. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL009
Holiday check for maturity date and bill currency has failed. Please check
whether holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL010
BC contract maturity date $1 is a holiday for bill currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL011
Local holiday check for maturity date has failed. Please check whether local holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL012
BC contract maturity date $1 is a local holiday. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL013
Holiday check for value date and bill currency has failed. Please check whether
holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL014
BC contract value date $1 is a holiday for bill currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL015
Local holiday check for value date has failed. Please check whether local holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL016
BC contract value date $1 is a local holiday. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL017
Holiday check for liquidation date and bill currency has failed. Please check
whether holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL018
BC contract liquidation date $1 is a holiday for bill currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL019
Local holiday check for liquidation date has failed. Please check whether local
holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL020
BC contract liquidation date $1 is a local holiday. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL021
Holiday check for interest computation from date and bill currency has failed.
Please check whether holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL022
BC contract interest computation from date $1 is a holiday for bill currency $2.
OK to proceed?
BC-HOL023
Local holiday check for interest computation from date has failed. Please check
whether local holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL024
BC contract interest computation from date $1 is a local holiday. OK to proceed?
BC-HOL025
Holiday check for interest computation to date and bill currency has failed.
Please check whether holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL026
BC contract interest computation to date $1 is a holiday for bill currency $2. OK
to proceed?
BC-HOL027
Local holiday check for interest computation to date has failed. Please check
whether local holiday table has been maintained.
BC-HOL028
BC contract interest computation to date $1 is a local holiday. OK to proceed?
12-13
BC-IC001
Contract $1 is authorized. Cannot delete any of its details
BC-IC002
ICCF referral failed for bills & collections contract reference number $1 and
event sequence number $2
BC-IC003
Tax referral failed for bills & collections contract reference number $1 and event
sequence number $2
BC-IC004
Failed to compute tax for bills & collections contract reference number $1 event ‘$3’ and event sequence number $2
BC-IN0001
Failed to log the status for BC reference $1
BC-INT001
Input to from date (for interest calculation) for BC reference $1 is mandatory.
BC-INT002
For interest components collected in advance, input to ‘to date’ (for interest calculation) of BC reference $1 is mandatory.
BC-INT003
Rate type ‘$4’ of interest component ‘$3’ picked up during event ‘$2’ for bills &
contract reference $1 is invalid.
BC-INT004
Interest collection method ‘$4’ of interest component ‘$3’ picked up during event
‘$2’ for bills & collection reference $1 is invalid.
BC-INT005
Penalty field value ‘$4’ of interest component ‘$3’ picked up during event ‘$2’ for
bills & collection reference $1 is invalid.
BC-INT006
Rate type ‘$5’ of penalty interest component ‘$3’ picked up during event ‘$2’ for
bills & collection reference $1 is invalid.
BC-INT007
Floating interest rate code ‘$5’ should not be linked to fixed/special interest type
component ‘$3’ picked up during event ‘$2’ for bills & collection reference $1.
BC-INT008
Floating interest rate component ‘$3’ picked up during event ‘$2’ for bills & collection reference $1 should necessarily be linked to a valid floating interest rate
code.
BC-INT009
Input to special interest type component ‘$3’ picked up during event ‘$2’ for bills
& collection reference $1 is mandatory. (value cannot be null)
BC-INT010
Interest calculation method for interest component ‘$3’ picked up during event
‘$2’ for bills & collection reference $1 has to be actual/actual only.
BC-INT011
Interest calculation from date ‘$4’ should be greater than interest calculation to
date ‘$5’ for the interest component ‘$3’ picked up during event ‘$2’ for bills &
collection reference $1.
BC-INT012
Interest component ‘$3’ linked to floating interest rate code picked up during
event ‘$2’ for bills & collection reference $1 cannot be collected in advance.
BC-INT013
Interest calculation from date and interest calculation to date for special interest
component ‘$3’ picked up during event ‘$2’ for bills & collection reference $1 is
mandatory.
BC-INT014
Interest calculation from date ‘$2’ cannot be later than today's system date ‘$3’
for BC reference $1.
12-14
BC-INT015
Interest calculation from date ‘$2’ has to be earlier than interest calculation to
date ‘$3’ for BC reference $1.
BC-INT016
Basis amount category type of interest components picked up during event ‘$2’
with event sequence number ‘$3’ for BC reference $1 is invalid.
BC-INT017
Basis amount category of penalty interest type components picked up during
event ‘$2’ ( ‘$3’) for BC contract reference $1 should be ‘overdue’ only.
BC-INT018
Interest calculation method of interest type components picked up during event
‘$2’ ( ‘$3’) for BC contract reference $1 is mandatory.
BC-INT019
Interest rate for a fixed interest component cannot be null
BC-LCIF1
Critical errors in LC interface function. Cannot proceed.
BC-LCIF2
Critical error in getting LC details. Cannot proceed.
BC-LCIN1
Insert into BC tables failed.
BC-LI001
From date required to liquidate bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-LI002
Liquidation failed for bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-LI003
Are you sure you want to start auto liquidation?
BC-LI004
Failed to update table for bills & collections contract reference number $1 and
event sequence number $2 for the event ‘$3’
BC-LI005
Failed to do settlement pickup for bills & collections contract reference number
$1 - event sequence number $2 - event ‘$3’
BC-LI006
Failed to create a new version and event sequence number for liquidation event
for bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-LI007
ICCF pickup failed during liquidation for bills & collections contract reference
number $1
BC-LI008
Failed to get liquidation event for bills & collections contract reference number
$1
BC-LI009
Failed to get arrear type interest components for liquidation for bills & collections
contract reference number $1
BC-LI010
Failed to update interest details for bills & collections contract reference number
$1 after accounting entries was done
BC-LI011
Failed to log error into exception table for bills & collections contract reference
number $1 for event sequence number $2
BC-LI012
Failed to populate advice table for the event ‘$3’ for bills & collections contract
reference number $1 and event sequence number $2
BC-LI013
Failed to get end of input for current branch
BC-LI014
Failed to update process field as processed for product $1 during liquidation
12-15
BC-LI015
Auto liquidation process completed
BC-LI016
Auto liquidation process failed
BC-LI017
Failed to get commit frequency for liquidation process
BC-LI018
Failed to get events to be processed for the event ‘$3’ for bills & collections contract reference number $1 for the event sequence number $2
BC-LI019
Failed to process ‘$2’ event for bills & collections contract reference number $1
and event sequence number $3 during ‘$4’ event
BC-LI020
Failed to authorize bills & collections contract reference number $1 after processing event ‘$2’
BC-LI021
To date required to liquidate bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-LI022
Failed to insert details into BCTB_autoliq_details for bills & collections contract
reference number $1 - event $3 - event sequence number $2
BC-LI023
This process can be run only during begin of day or end of day
BC-LI024
First run the predecessor process before running this
BC-LM-00001
The issuer limits details are incomplete. Complete/delete the issuer limits
details.
BC-LM-00002
The line code is not a limits template
BC-LM-00003
The line code is not entered
BC-LM-00004
The liability is not entered
BC-LM-00005
The line start date cannot be later than the line expiry date
BC-LM-00006
The last available date cannot be later than the line expiry date
BC-LM-00007
The line currency is not entered
BC-LM-00008
This tenor has been maintained for the limit
BC-LM-00009
The tenor details are incomplete. Complete/delete the tenor details
BC-LM-00010
The products allowed details are incomplete. Complete/delete the products
allowed details
BC-LM-00011
The branches allowed details are incomplete. Complete/delete the branches
allowed details
BC-LM-00012
The last available date cannot be less than the line start date
BC-LM-00013
The customers allowed details are incomplete. Complete/delete the customers
allowed details
BC-LM-00014
The tenor limit amount exceeds the line limit amount
BC-LM-00015
The sub line tenor limit amount cannot be greater than the next higher main line
tenor limit amount. $1 - $2
12-16
BC-LM-00016
The sub line tenor cannot be greater than maximum main line tenor. $1 days
BC-LM-00017
There are no tenors specified for the main line
BC-LM-00018
The line code is limits template. Details will be copied from template. Continue?
BC-LM-00019
The sub line limit cannot exceed the main line limit. $1-$2
BC-LM-00020
The main line limit cannot be less than any of its sub line limit. $1 -$2
BC-LM-00021
The main line tenor cannot be less than the minimum tenor of any sub lines
reporting to it. - $1 days
BC-LM-00022
The main line tenor limit amount cannot be less than the next lower sub line
tenor limit amount. $1 - $2
BC-LM-00023
The limits copy could not be completed.
BC-LM-00024
Blank spaces cannot be a part of this field
BC-LM-00025
The line code should have a nine characters
BC-LM-00026
The tenor mnemonic is not entered.
BC-LM-00027
The limit is not entered.
BC-LM-00028
The collateral start date cannot be later than the collateral expiry date
BC-LM-00029
The margin computed is not between 0 and 100.
BC-LM-00030
The collateral currency is not entered.
BC-LM-00031
The collateral type is not entered.
BC-LM-00032
The collateral review date cannot be later than the collateral expiry date
BC-LM-00033
The collateral review date cannot be earlier than collateral start date
BC-LM-00034
The expiry date cannot be earlier than start date.
BC-LM-00035
The security code is not entered.
BC-LM-00036
The security type is not entered.
BC-LM-00037
The currency is not entered.
BC-LM-00038
The market price details are incomplete. Complete / delete the market price
details
BC-LM-00039
The line code is not entered.
BC-LM-00040
The computed exposure is not between 1 and 100.
BC-LM-00041
There are active sub lines reporting to this main line. Main line cannot be closed.
BC-LM-00042
The last price change date cannot be greater than branch date.
BC-LM-00043
The security code is not entered for the MVBC.
12-17
BC-LM-00044
The price code is not entered for the MVBC.
BC-LM-00045
The number of units is not entered for the MVBC.
BC-LM-00046
The collateral CCY is not entered for the collateral.
BC-LM-00047
Security code has not been entered.
BC-LM-00048
The issuer exposure details are incomplete. Complete / delete the issuer exposure details
BC-LM-00049
The start date cannot be greater than the branch date.
BC-LM-00050
The last price change date cannot be earlier than start date.
BC-LM-00051
The expiry date cannot be earlier than branch date.
BC-LM-00052
The last price change date cannot later than expiry date
BC-LM-00053
The description is not entered.
BC-LM-00054
The face value is not entered.
BC-LM-00055
The limit contribution cannot be greater than the cap amount.
BC-LM-00056
Report date should be greater than the date today
BC-LM-00057
The total issuer exposure should be greater than 100 %.
BC-LM-00058
Collateral exist with the issuer code. Record cannot be closed.
BC-LM-00059
Securities exist with the issuer code. Record cannot be closed.
BC-LM-00060
There are collaterals linked to this limit. Record cannot be closed.
BC-LM-00061
There are collaterals linked to this security. Record cannot be closed.
BC-LM-00062
There are collaterals linked to this price code. Record cannot be closed.
BC-LM-00063
There are collaterals linked to this collateral type. Record cannot be deleted
BC-LM-00064
This facility is not available at this branch
BC-LM-00065
No details exist for the reference number.
BC-LM-00066
Customer clean risk limit cannot be greater than liability clean risk limit
BC-LM-00067
Customer clean risk limit cannot be greater than overall limit.
BC-LM-00068
Liability clean risk limit cannot be greater than overall limit.
BC-LM-00069
Limit currency is not entered
BC-LM-00070
Overall limit is not entered
BC-LM-00071
Liability clean risk limit is not entered
BC-LM-00100
Line not authorized
BC-LM-00101
Line closed
12-18
BC-LM-00102
Line not found
BC-LM-00103
Invalid customer id
BC-LM-00104
Liability id. Not specified
BC-LM-00105
Account id. Not specified
BC-LM-00106
Reference id not specified
BC-LM-00107
Amount tag not specified
BC-LM-00108
Amount not specified
BC-LM-00109
Currency not specified
BC-LM-00110
Branch not specified
BC-LM-00111
Line $1 - amount exceeds limit for specified tenor by $2
BC-LM-00112
Line $1 - amount exceeds all available tenor limits by $2
BC-LM-00113
Line $1 - amount exceeds line limit. Limit = $3 $2. Utilization = $4 $2. Overdraft
= $5 $2
BC-LM-00114
Main line $1 - amount exceeds main line limit amount. Limit = $3 $2. Utilization
= $4 $2. Overdraft = $5 $2
BC-LM-00115
Line has matured
BC-LM-00116
Line not available
BC-LM-00117
Amount exceeds limit for liability $1. Limit = $3 $2 utilization = $4 $2 overdraft =
$5 $2
BC-LM-00200
Clean risk limit exceeded for customer $1 on $2. Limit = $4 $3 , utilization = $5
$3, excess = $6 $3
BC-LM-00201
Clean risk limit exceeded for liability $1 on $2. Limit = $4 $3 , utilization = $5 $3,
excess = $6 $3
BC-LM-00202
Date input is a holiday, do you want to continue?
BC-LM-99998
Limits: node $1 unavailable. Utilizations will be updated later.
BC-LM-99999
Limits service - unexpected error - $1
BC-MA001
Record successfully deleted
BC-MA0010
No detail records to view
BC-MA002
Record successfully closed
BC-MA003
Record successfully reopened
BC-MA004
Record successfully saved
BC-MA005
Document code does not match with language code
BC-MA006
Discrepancy code does not match with language code
BC-MA007
Goods code does not match with language code
12-19
BC-MA008
Instructions code does not match with language code
BC-MA009
Language code does not match with the free format text code
BC-MA010
Exchange rate stop limit has to be greater than exchange rate override limit.
BC-MA011
Details for this branch have already been maintained.
BC-MA012
This branch code does not exist.
BC-MA020
Branch parameters can be maintained only for the current branch
BC-MA050
All changes made in the editor will not be incorporated.
BC-MA250
Documents cannot be maintained for a clean bill
BC-MA251
The operation selected is not available for the given combination of product
preferences.
BC-MAT01
Product code field cannot be null
BC-PEN01
Customer id field cannot be null
BC-PEN02
Cover date cannot be null
BC-REG01
Base date $1 is a holiday
BC-REG02
Maturity date $1 is a holiday
BC-REG020
Counterparty field cannot be null
BC-REG021
Customer party type cannot be null
BC-REG022
Closure not allowed
BC-REG023
Amendment not allowed
BC-REG025
Bill currency cannot be null
BC-REG026
Bill amount cannot be null
BC-REG027
Both document original RECV field & document duplicate RECV field cannot be
null
BC-REG028
Covering letter date cannot be null
BC-REG029
Could not get bill amount LCY
BC-REG03
Value date $1 is a holiday
BC-REG030
Collection reference cannot be null
BC-REG031
Drawee details have to be input
BC-REG032
Drawer details have to be input
BC-REG033
Value date cannot be null
BC-REG20
Counterparty field cannot be null
BC-REG21
Customer party type cannot be null
12-20
BC-REG22
Closure not allowed
BC-REG23
Amendment not allowed
BC-REP01
Report date cannot be greater than today's date
BC-REP02
Report date cannot be null
BC-REP03
Overdue days field(s) cannot be null
BC-RVR01
Do you want to reverse this contract?
BC-RVR02
Corresponding availment on the LC will be reversed
BC-SAVED
Contract $1.
BC-SCR01
Parties screen not visited.
BC-SCR02
Documents screen not visited.
BC-SCR03
Tracers screen not visited.
BC-SCR04
Advices screen not visited.
BC-SCR05
Discrepancies screen not visited.
BC-ST001
Could not get commit frequency
BC-ST0010
Status change failed
BC-ST002
BOD status change processing failed
BC-ST003
EOD status change processing failed
BC-ST004
Unable to update the contract
BC-ST005
Unable to populate exception table
BC-ST006
Unable to update ICCF master table
BC-ST007
Could not determine the final status to which the contract has to be moved
BC-ST008
Could not get ESN
BC-ST009
Unable to update accruals field
BC-ST011
Stop accruals failed
BC-ST012
Reverse accruals failed
BC-ST014
Critical error occurred during BC status change processing
BC-ST100
End of input not marked for the branch
BC-ST101
This process can be run only as a part of beginning of day(BOD) or end of
day(EOD) process
BC-ST102
Are you sure you want to start automatic status change processing?
BC-ST103
Failed in automatic status change processing !!!
12-21
BC-ST104
Status change processing completed successfully
BC-ST105
Failed to get end of input status for the current branch
BC-ST106
Some products are not yet processed. Cannot update status as completed in
pending programs
BC-SW001
There are some characters that cannot be sent through swift. Do you want to
proceed?
BC-SW002
‘/’ Is not allowed in this field as it can be present in a swift message.
BC-SW003
Maximum number of lines allowed is only $1. Will be truncated in swift. Proceed?
BC-SW004
Address format not valid for the media specified
BC-TR001
Are you sure you want to start tracer generation process?
BC-TR002
Failed to get payment fate details for bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-TR003
Failed to get new event sequence number for event '$2’ for bills & collections
contract reference number $1
BC-TR004
Failed to update number of payment tracers sent for bills & collections contract
reference number $1
BC-TR005
Failed to get end of input for the current branch
BC-TR006
This is an end of day process. Cannot process now
BC-TR007
Failed to update number of payment advices sent for bills & collections contract
reference number $1
BC-TR008
Tracers generation process completed
BC-TR009
Failed to get acceptance fate details for bills & collections contract reference
number $1
BC-TR010
Failed to update number of release of reserve tracers sent for bills & collections
contract reference number $1
BC-TR011
Failed to insert the error code into exception table for the event '$2’ and bills &
collections contract reference number $1
BC-TR012
Failed to log event '$1' for bills & collections contract reference number $2
BC-TR013
Failed to populate the handoff table for message type ‘$2’ for bills & collections
contract reference number $1
BC-TR014
Failed to populate the advice table for message type ‘$2’ for bills & collections
contract reference number $1
BC-TR015
Failed to get address details for bills & collections contract reference number $1
- party type $2
BC-TR016
Failed to update number of acceptance tracers sent for bills & collections contract reference number $1
12-22
BC-TR017
Failed to update number of acceptance advices sent for bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-TR018
$1 tracer generation process failed
BC-TR019
Failed to generate acceptance tracer for bills & collections contract reference
number $1
BC-TR020
Failed to generate payment tracer for bills & collections contract reference number $1
BC-TR021
Failed to generate discrepancy tracer for bills & collections contract reference
number $1
BC-TR022
Failed to get commit frequency for tracer generation process
BC-TR023
First run the predecessor process before running this
BC-UDS01
Product code field cannot be null
BC-UDS02
Status code field cannot be null
BC-UDS03
Currency code field cannot be null
BC-UN001
Unauthorized contract can be amended only by the user who input or amended
it.
BC-UN003
This version of the contract is unauthorized. Cannot amend.
BC-UP0001
Failed to get commit frequency for the BC upload function
BC-UP0002
Failed to generate the process id for the current upload process
BC-UP0003
Failed to lock contract for BC upload reference $1
BC-UP0004
For a documentary bill, documentary details are mandatory. The same is not
true for BC upload reference $1
BC-UP0005
For a clean bill, document details cannot exist. The same is not true for BC
upload reference $1
BC-UP0006
For a clean bill, document clause details cannot exist. The same is not true for
BC upload reference $1
BC-UP0007
Contract amount is null or zero for BC upload reference $1
BC-UP0008
For a bill under LC, LC issue date is mandatory. The same is not true for BC
upload reference $1
BC-UP0009
For a bill under LC, their LC reference or our LC reference is mandatory. The
same is not true for BC upload reference $1
BC-UP0010
Maturity date cannot be null for an acceptance, discounted or advanced bill
BC-UP0011
Drawer and drawee party details not existing for the contract
BC-UP0012
Party details not existing for bills party type $1
BC-UP0013
Party id is not same as the customer id
12-23
BC-UP0014
Party address is mandatory
BC-UP0015
Country code $1 is not valid
BC-UP0016
Language code $1 is not valid
BC-UP0017
Goods code is mandatory
BC-UP0018
Swift validation failed for bills upload reference
BC-UP0019
Bills upload reference contains invalid characters
BC-UP0020
Swift validation failed for bills collection reference
BC-UP0021
Bills collection reference contains invalid characters
BC-UP0022
Swift validation failed for their LC reference
BC-UP0023
Their LC reference contains invalid characters
BC-UP0024
Only a bill for collection can be in registration stage
BC-UP0025
Bills for collection cannot be in initial stage
BC-UP0026
Collection reference is mandatory if operation is collection
BC-UP0027
From date for interest calculation is mandatory for a bill in final stage
BC-UP0028
LC issue date cannot be greater than today
BC-UP0029
For a incoming bill, documents should have been received and covering letter
date is mandatory
BC-UP0030
For a outgoing bill under LC, covering letter date is mandatory
BC-UP0031
Bill liquidated amount cannot be greater than bill due amount
BC-UP0032
Tenor cannot be zero for a usance bill
BC-UP0033
Sight bill cannot have a tenor greater than zero days
BC-UP0034
Tenor cannot be greater than the maximum tenor for the product
BC-UP0035
Tenor cannot be lesser than the minimum tenor for the product
BC-UP0036
Maturity date cannot be lesser than base date
BC-UP0037
From and to interest calculation dates are mandatory for a bill whose interest
collection in advance
BC-UP0038
For a bill in final stage from interest calculation date is mandatory
BC-UP0039
To interest calculation date cannot be lesser than from interest calculation date
BC-UP0040
Covering letter date cannot be greater than today
BC-UP0041
From interest calculation date cannot be greater than today
BC-UP0042
Liquidation date cannot be null if automatic liquidation field is set
12-24
BC-UP0043
Maturity date cannot be null if automatic liquidation field is set
BC-UP0044
Latest shipment date cannot be lesser than shipment date.
BC-UP0045
Swift validation failed for document reference $1
BC-UP0046
Document reference $1 contains invalid characters
BC-UP0047
Swift validation failed for party reference $1
BC-UP0048
Party reference $1 contains invalid characters
BC-UP0049
Swift validation failed for media $1 and address $2
BC-UP0050
Base date $1 is a holiday for currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0051
Base date $1 is a local holiday for current branch. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0052
Value date $1 is a holiday for currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0053
Value date $1 is a local holiday for current branch. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0054
Covering letter date $1 is a holiday for currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0055
Covering letter date $1 is a local holiday for current branch. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0056
Maturity date $1 is a holiday for currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0057
Maturity date $1 is a local holiday for current branch. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0058
Liquidation date $1 is a holiday for currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0059
Liquidation date $1 is a local holiday for current branch. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0060
From date for interest calculation $1 is a holiday for currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0061
From date for interest calculation $1 is a local holiday for current branch. OK to
proceed?
BC-UP0062
To date for interest calculation $1 is a holiday for currency $2. OK to proceed?
BC-UP0063
To date for interest calculation $1 is a local holiday for current branch. OK to
proceed?
BC-UP0066
Discrepancy resolved date cannot be greater than today
BC-UP0067
Unresolved discrepancies cannot exist for a bill in final stage
BC-UP0068
Discrepancies cannot exist for a clean bill not under LC
BC-UP0069
Payment tracer - tracer frequency cannot exist if tracer required is no
BC-UP0070
Payment tracer - tracer receiver party type cannot exist if tracer required is no
BC-UP0071
Payment tracer - tracer medium cannot exist if tracer required is no
BC-UP0072
Payment tracer - tracer frequency is mandatory if tracer required is yes
12-25
BC-UP0073
Payment tracer - tracer receiver party type is mandatory if tracer required is yes
BC-UP0074
Payment tracer - tracer medium is mandatory if tracer required is yes
BC-UP0075
Payment tracer - party details not existing for tracer receiver party type $1
BC-UP0076
Payment tracer - tracer medium is mandatory for tracer receiver party $1 who is
a walk-in customer
BC-UP0077
Payment tracer - address details not existing for tracer medium $1 and receiver
party type $2
BC-UP0078
Payment tracer - tracer medium should be null for a non walk-in customer
receiver type
BC-UP0079
Payment tracer - previous tracer date or tracer start date cannot be null if at
least one tracer has been sent
BC-UP0080
Payment tracer - tracer start date cannot be null
BC-UP0083
Payment tracer - payment message date cannot be greater than today
BC-UP0084
Payment tracer - non payment message date cannot be greater than today
BC-UP0085
Payment advice - advice receiver party type cannot exist if advice is not
required
BC-UP0086
Payment advice - advice medium cannot exist if advice is not required
BC-UP0087
Payment advice - manually generate field cannot exist if advice is not required
BC-UP0088
Payment advice - receiver party type is mandatory if advice required is yes
BC-UP0089
Payment advice - party details not existing for receiver party type $1
BC-UP0090
Payment advice - advice medium is mandatory for receiver party $1 who is a
walk-in customer
BC-UP0091
Payment advice - address details not existing for advice medium $1 and
receiver party type $2
BC-UP0092
Payment advice - advice medium should be null for a non walk-in customer
receiver type
BC-UP0094
Acceptance tracer - tracer frequency cannot exist if tracer required is no
BC-UP0095
Acceptance tracer - tracer receiver party type cannot exist if tracer required is no
BC-UP0096
Acceptance tracer - tracer medium cannot exist if tracer required is no
BC-UP0097
Acceptance tracer - tracer frequency is mandatory if tracer required is yes
BC-UP0098
Acceptance tracer - tracer receiver party type is mandatory if tracer required is
yes
BC-UP0099
Acceptance tracer - tracer medium is mandatory if tracer required is yes
12-26
BC-UP0100
Acceptance tracer - party details not existing for tracer receiver party type $1
BC-UP0101
Acceptance tracer - tracer medium is mandatory for tracer receiver party $1 who
is a walk-in customer
BC-UP0102
Acceptance tracer - address details not existing for tracer medium $1 and
receiver party type $2
BC-UP0103
Acceptance tracer - tracer medium should be null for a non walk-in customer
receiver type
BC-UP0104
Acceptance tracer - previous tracer date or tracer start date cannot be null if at
least one tracer has been sent
BC-UP0105
Acceptance tracer - tracer start date cannot be null
BC-UP0108
Acceptance tracer - acceptance message date cannot be greater than today
BC-UP0109
Acceptance tracer - non acceptance message date cannot be greater than
today
BC-UP0110
Acceptance advice - advice receiver party type cannot exist if advice is not
required
BC-UP0111
Acceptance advice - advice medium cannot exist if advice is not required
BC-UP0112
Acceptance advice - manually generate field cannot exist if advice is not
required
BC-UP0113
Acceptance advice - receiver party type is mandatory if advice required is yes
BC-UP0114
Acceptance advice - party details not existing for receiver party type $1
BC-UP0115
Acceptance advice - advice medium is mandatory for receiver party $1 who is a
walk-in customer
BC-UP0116
Acceptance advice - address details not existing for advice medium $1 and
receiver party type $2
BC-UP0117
Acceptance advice - advice medium should be null for a non walk-in customer
receiver type
BC-UP0119
Release of reserve tracer - tracer frequency cannot exist if tracer required is no
BC-UP0120
Release of reserve tracer - tracer receiver party type cannot exist if tracer
required is no
BC-UP0121
Release of reserve tracer - tracer medium cannot exist if tracer required is no
BC-UP0122
Release of reserve tracer - tracer frequency is mandatory if tracer required is
yes
BC-UP0123
Release of reserve tracer - tracer receiver party type is mandatory if tracer
required is yes
BC-UP0124
Release of reserve tracer - tracer medium is mandatory if tracer required is yes
12-27
BC-UP0125
Release of reserve tracer - party details not existing for tracer receiver party
type $1
BC-UP0126
Release of reserve tracer - tracer medium is mandatory for tracer receiver party
$1 who is a walk-in customer
BC-UP0127
Release of reserve tracer - address details not existing for tracer medium $1
and receiver party type $2
BC-UP0128
Release of reserve tracer - tracer medium should be null for a non walk-in customer receiver type
BC-UP0129
Release of reserve tracer - previous tracer date or tracer start date cannot be
null if at least one tracer has been sent
BC-UP0130
Release of reserve tracer - tracer start date cannot be null
BC-UP0133
Release of reserve tracer - discrepancy approved date cannot be greater than
today
BC-UP1001
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1002
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1003
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1004
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1005
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1006
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1007
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1008
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1009
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1010
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1011
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1012
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1013
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1014
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1015
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1016
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1017
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1018
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1019
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1020
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UP1021
Unhandled exception during upload
12-28
BC-UP1022
Unhandled exception during upload
BC-UT001
Failed to get process_till_NWD_field from BCTM_branch_parameters
BC-UT002
Failed to get period_end_date from STTM_period_codes
BC-VAL01
Contract cannot be saved in final stage if there are unresolved discrepancies.
Either resolve the discrepancies or change the stage to initial.
BC-VAL02
For an incoming documentary bill, documents (original or duplicate) should have
been received and covering letter date is mandatory.
BC-VAL03
$1 and $2 cannot have the same party id.
BC-VAL04
Covering letter date is mandatory.
BC-XV001
Interest calculation to date should be greater than from date
BC-XV002
Tenor must be greater than 0 for usance bills.
BC-XV003
Value date should be <= application date.
BC-XV004
This customer already exists as a different party type.
BC-XV005
If tracer is required, then frequency, receiver and start date are mandatory
BC-XV006
If tracer is required, then number of tracers is mandatory
BC-XV007
If advice of fate is required, then receiver is mandatory.
BC-XV008
Drawer and drawee are mandatory
BC-XV009
$1 is linked to more than one party type.
BC-XV010
Limits cannot be tracked for more than one walk-in customer
BC-XV011
All subsystems (ICCF, tax and settlements) will be repicked up.
BC-XV012
Maturity date should be >= base date
BC-XV013
Interest calculation from date is mandatory
BC-XV014
Interest calculation from date and to date are mandatory.
BC-XV015
Party details not complete.
BC-XV016
Clean bills cannot be put in initial stage.
BC-XV017
Bills cannot be registered through this function.
BC-XV018
Document letter date cannot be greater than today.
BC-XV019
Resolution date is mandatory for resolved discrepancies.
BC-XV020
Resolution date cannot be greater than today.
BC-XV021
Interest calculation from date cannot be greater than today.
12-29
BC-XV022
Line details not complete.
BC-XV023
If tracer is required and receiver is not a CIF, then medium is mandatory.
BC-XV024
If advice of fate is required and receiver is not a CIF, then medium is mandatory.
BC-XV025
There are addresses maintained for this party. Delete them before deleting the
party.
BC-XV026
There are clauses attached to this document code. Delete them before deleting
this document code.
BC-XV027
Document details not applicable for clean bills.
BC-XV028
Acceptance message date cannot be greater than today.
BC-XV029
Non-acceptance message date cannot be greater than today.
BC-XV030
Payment message date cannot be greater than today.
BC-XV031
Non-payment message date cannot be greater than today.
BC-XV032
Reserve release date cannot be greater than today.
BC-XV033
Discrepancy details not applicable for clean bills.
BC-XV034
Line for a party type cannot be null.
BC-XV035
LC issue date is mandatory.
BC-XV036
LC issue date cannot be greater than today.
BC-XV037
Interest calculation to date is mandatory.
BC-XV038
Value date cannot be lesser than interest calculation to date.
BC-XV039
Shipment date cannot be greater than arrival date.
BC-XV040
Liquidation amount cannot be greater than bill due amount.
BC-XV041
Liquidation amount is mandatory.
BC-XV042
Collection bills cannot be put in initial stage.
BC-XV043
Document details not complete.
BC-XV044
Clause details not complete.
BC-XV045
Goods details not complete.
BC-XV046
FFT details not complete.
BC-XV047
Instruction details not complete.
BC-XV048
Product is not allowed.
BC-XV049
Currency is not allowed for this product.
BC-XV050
Customer is not allowed for this product.
12-30
BC-XV051
Product is not allowed in this branch.
BC-XV052
Discrepancy details not complete.
BC-XV053
No valid lines available.
BC-XV054
Party address details not complete.
BC-XV055
A clean LC is being availed against a documentary bill. OK to proceed?
BC-XV059
Input to party type is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV060
Input to party id is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV061
Input to party name is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV062
Input to party country code is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV063
Input to party language is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV064
Input to party reference is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV065
Input to party address is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV066
Input to collection reference field is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV067
For bills under LC, input to their LC reference/our LC reference is mandatory.
(cannot be null)
BC-XV068
For bills under LC, input to LC issue date is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV069
Input to bill currency is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV070
Input to bill amount is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV071
Input to our customer id is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV072
Input to out customer party type is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV073
Either original documents/duplicate documents of the bill should have been
received.
BC-XV074
Input to covering letter date is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV075
Input to base date is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV076
For a usance bill, the tenor should be greater than 0 days.
BC-XV077
For a sight bill, the tenor should always be 0 days.
BC-XV078
Input to value date is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV079
Input to liquidation date is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV080
Input to user defined status is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV081
Input to status as on date is mandatory. (cannot be null)
BC-XV082
Party type $1 has not been defined in the parties screen.
12-31
BC-XV083
Credit limits tracking has already been defined for some parties.
BC-XV084
Cannot delete party address record, as advices to party address already exist.
BC-XV085
Cannot delete party address record as party address is set to receive all payment tracers.
BC-XV086
Cannot delete party address record as party address is set to receive all advices
of payment fate.
BC-XV087
Cannot delete party address record as party address is set to receive all acceptance tracers.
BC-XV088
Cannot delete party address record as party address is set to receive all advices
of acceptance fate.
BC-XV089
Cannot delete party address record as party address is set to receive all discrepancy approval/release of reserve tracers.
BC-XV090
Cannot delete party record, as advice records to party already exist.
BC-XV091
Cannot delete party record, as party is receiver of payment tracers.
BC-XV092
Cannot delete party record as party is receiver of advices of payment fate.
BC-XV093
Cannot delete party record as party is receiver of acceptance tracers.
BC-XV094
Cannot delete party record as party is receiver of advices of acceptance fate.
BC-XV095
Cannot delete party record as party is receiver of discrepancy approval/release
of reserve tracers.
BC-XV096
Cannot delete party record as address records for party exist.
BC-XV097
Cannot delete party record as credit limits tracking record for party exist.
BC-XV098
If payment exception tracer is not required then tracer frequency should be ‘0’.
BC-XV099
Payment exception tracer required field has an invalid value (should be not
required/required/till resolved only).
BC-XV100
If payment exception tracer is not required then tracer receiver should be not
input (should be null).
BC-XV101
If payment exception tracer is not required then tracer medium should be not
input (should be null).
BC-XV102
If payment exception tracers are required, then tracer frequency is mandatory
(should be input and should not be null).
BC-XV103
If payment exception tracers are required, then tracer receiver party type is
mandatory (should be input and should not be null).
BC-XV104
Payment exception tracer receiver party type has not been input in the parties
screen.
12-32
BC-XV105
Payment exception receiver party type is a walk-in customer. Tracer medium is
mandatory (should be input).
BC-XV106
Payment exception receiver party type is not a walk-in customer. Tracer medium
should not be input.
BC-XV107
Input to payment exception tracer start date is mandatory.
BC-XV108
Number of payment exception tracers to be sent should be ‘0’ (should not be
input).
BC-XV109
Date of protest for non-payment should not be input if bill is not under protest.
BC-XV110
Payment tracer receiver party's media address has not been input in the parties
screen.
BC-XV111
Acceptance exception tracer required field has an invalid value (should be not
required/required/till resolved only).
BC-XV112
If acceptance exception tracer is not required then tracer frequency should be
‘0’.
BC-XV113
If acceptance exception tracer is not required then tracer receiver should be not
input (should be null).
BC-XV114
If acceptance exception tracer is not required then tracer medium should be not
input (should be null).
BC-XV115
If acceptance exception tracers are required, then tracer frequency is mandatory (should be input and should not be null).
BC-XV116
If acceptance exception tracers are required, then tracer receiver party type is
mandatory (should be input and should not be null).
BC-XV117
Acceptance exception tracer receiver party type has not been input in the parties screen.
BC-XV118
Acceptance exception receiver party type is a walk-in customer. Tracer medium
is mandatory (should be input).
BC-XV119
Acceptance tracer receiver party's media address has not been input in the parties screen.
BC-XV120
Acceptance exception receiver party type is not a walk-in customer. Tracer
medium should not be input.
BC-XV121
Input to acceptance exception tracer start date is mandatory.
BC-XV122
Number of acceptance exception tracers to be sent should be ‘0’ (should not be
input).
BC-XV123
Date of protest for non-acceptance should not be input if bill is not under protest.
BC-XV124
Payment advice of fate required field has an invalid value (should be required/
not required/till resolved only).
BC-XV125
Payment advice of fate receiver field should not be input if payment advice of
fate is not required.
12-33
BC-XV126
Payment advice of fate medium field should not be input if payment advice of
fate is not required.
BC-XV127
Advice of payment fate cannot be generated if advice of payment fate required
field has a value of not required.
BC-XV128
Input to advice of payment fate receiver party type field is mandatory.
BC-XV129
Advice of payment fate receiver party type has not been input in the parties
screen.
BC-XV130
Advice of payment fate receiver party type is a walk-in customer. Input to advice
of payment fate medium is mandatory.
BC-XV131
Advice of payment fate receiver party address has not been input in parties
screen.
BC-XV132
Advice of payment fate receiver party type is not a walk-in customer. Advice of
payment fate medium should not be input.
BC-XV133
Advice of payment fate cannot be generated if advice of payment fate is specified as not required.
BC-XV134
Acceptance advice of fate required field has an invalid value (should be
required/not required/till resolved only).
BC-XV135
Acceptance advice of fate receiver field should not be input if acceptance advice
of fate is not required.
BC-XV136
Acceptance advice of fate medium field should not be input if acceptance advice
of fate is not required.
BC-XV137
Advice of acceptance fate cannot be generated if advice of acceptance fate
required field has a value of not required.
BC-XV138
Input to advice of acceptance fate receiver party type field is mandatory.
BC-XV139
Advice of acceptance fate receiver party has not been input in the parties
screen.
BC-XV140
Advice of acceptance fate receiver party type is a walk-in customer. Input to
advice of acceptance fate medium is mandatory.
BC-XV141
Advice of acceptance fate receiver party address has not been input in parties
screen.
BC-XV142
Advice of acceptance fate receiver party type is not a walk-in customer. Advice
of acceptance fate medium should not be input.
BC-XV143
Advice of acceptance fate cannot be generated if advice of acceptance fate is
specified as not required.
BC-XV144
Discrepancy/reserve exception tracer required field has an invalid value (should
be not required/required/till resolved only).
BC-XV145
If discrepancy/reserve exception tracer is not required then tracer frequency
should be ‘0’.
12-34
BC-XV146
If discrepancy/reserve tracer is not required then tracer receiver should be not
input (should be null).
BC-XV147
If discrepancy/reserve exception tracer is not required then tracer medium
should be not input (should be null).
BC-XV148
If discrepancy/reserve exception tracers are required, then tracer frequency is
mandatory (should be input and should not be null).
BC-XV149
If discrepancy/reserve exception tracers are required, then tracer receiver party
type is mandatory (should be input and should not be null).
BC-XV150
Discrepancy/reserve exception tracer receiver party type has not been input in
the parties screen.
BC-XV151
Discrepancy/reserve exception receiver party type is a walk-in customer. Tracer
medium is mandatory (should be input).
BC-XV152
Discrepancy/reserve tracer receiver party's media address has not been input in
the parties screen.
BC-XV153
Discrepancy/reserve exception receiver party type is not a walk-in customer.
Tracer medium should not be input.
BC-XV154
Input to discrepancy/reserve exception tracer start date is mandatory.
BC-XV155
Number of discrepancy/reserve exception tracers to be sent should be ‘0’
(should not be input).
BC-XV156
Reserve release date should not be input if under reserve field is no.
BC-XV157
Reserve release date cannot be later than today's system date.
BC-XV158
Discrepancy approval date cannot be later than today's system date.
BC-XV159
Discrepancy approval date can be entered only after all the outstanding discrepancies have been approved.
BC-XV160
Discrepancy approval fields should be yes if BC contract stage is final.
BC-XV161
If BC contract is in final stage, then no unresolved discrepancies should be present.
BC-XV162
Unresolved discrepancies cannot have resolved dates.
BC-XV163
All resolved discrepancies should have resolved dates.
BC-XV164
Clean bills not under LC cannot have any discrepancies.
BC-XV165
Failed to populate advices for the event $1.
BC-XV166
Bill currency, bill amount and our customer id should be input.
BC-XV167
BC product is unauthorized/closed. BC contract cannot be saved.
BC-XV168
BC product is not allowed for the branch.
BC-XV169
BC product is not available as of contract value date.
12-35
BC-XV170
Input to maturity date is mandatory.
BC-XV171
Documents/clauses codes should not be input for a clean bill.
BC-XV172
BC contract customer party details (name/address etc.) Has not been input.
BC-XV173
Input to BC contract maturity date is mandatory.
BC-XV174
Party details have not been input properly.
BCREAS-01
New user and current user must be different
BCREAS-02
Contract $1 has been reassigned from user ‘$2’ to user ‘$3’ by user ‘$4’
BCREAS-03
New user id cannot be null
BCREAS-04
Product code cannot be null
BCREAS-05
Contract reference number cannot be null
BCREAS-06
No unauthorized contracts exist for reassignment for product ‘$1’
BCREAS-07
The BC contract reference number is not valid for the product code selected
BC-LD001
Tenor/Tenor Units/Exchange Rate is not maintained
BC-LD002
Value cannot be less than 0
BC-LD003
Customer ID/Bill Currency is not entered
BC-LD004
Suspense Gl/ Loan Product cannot be null when advance by loan is checked
BC-LD005
Cannot delete a Loan created from a Bill
BC-LD006
Cannot authorize a Loan created from a Bill until the bill is authorized
BC-LD008
The loan is linked to a bill with reference no $1
BC-LD010
Loan creation is allowed only when operation is Acceptance and product type is
Import
BC-AC034
Acceptance Commission acp_from_date is not available for Bills and Collections Contract Reference Number $1 and Event Sequence Number $2
BC-AC035
Acceptance Commission acp_to_date is not available for Advance collection
type for Bills & Collections Contract Reference Number $1 and Event Sequence
Number $2
BC-AC036
Acceptance Commission acp_from_date cannot be GREATER than Today for
Bills & Collections Contract Reference Number $1 and Event Sequence Number $2
BC-AC037
Acceptance Commission From and To Dates are mandatory for a Bill whose
Interest Collection in Advance
BC-AC038
For a Bill in Final stage Acceptance From Date is Mandatory
12-36
BC-AC039
Acceptance To Date cannot be lesser than Acceptance From Date
BC-AC040
Acceptance From Date cannot be greater than Today
BC-AC060
Acceptance Commission From Date for Interest Calculation $1 is a holiday for
Currency $2. OK to Proceed?
BC-AC061
Acceptance Commission From date for Interest Calculation $1 is a Local holiday
for Current branch. OK to Proceed?
BC-AC062
Acceptance CommissionTo date for Interest Calculation $1 is a holiday for Currency $2. OK to Proceed?
BC-AC063
Acceptance Commission To date for Interest Calculation $1 is a Local holiday
for Current branch. OK to Proceed?
BC-AC064
Interest From Date cannot be null when To Date is present
BC-AC065
Acceptance Commission component in the preferences cannot be the main
component or overdue component
BC-AUT-001
Authorization failed for the product
BC-XV181
Interest Liquidation Mode Cannot Be Null During Full Liquidation of Bill Amount
BC-XV182
Interest Components Will Not Be Liquidated For Deferred Type Of Interest Liquidation Mode. Proceed?
BC-PMT01
Amount Paid Cannot Be Greater Than Amount Due For Overdue Components
BC-ROLL100
Rollover Allowed only for Import Advance Bill type
BC-ROLL101
Rollover cannot be done before Maturity
BC-ROLL102
Rollover not allowed for zero due bill amount
BC-ROLL103
Contract status is not Active
BC-ROLL104
Contract is unauthorized
BC-ROLL105
ROLL event not maintained at product
BC-ROLL106
Rollover not allowed for this product
BC-ROLL110
Maturity Date cannot be null
BC-ROLL111
From Date cannot be null
BC-ROLL112
Interest Liquidation Mode cannot be null
BC-ROLL114
Tenor cannot be zero
BC-ROLL115
Maturity Date cannot earlier than base date
12-37
BC-ROLL116
From Date cannot be in Future
BC-ROLL117
To date cannot be earlier than From date
BC-ROLL118
Rollover details not present for the contract
BC-ROLL119
Details allowed only during Rollover event
BC-ROLL120
Cannot delete the Child Contract
BC-ROLL121
From date in the preferences is earlier than from date of the contract
BC-ROLL122
Rollover Tab not visited
BC-ROLL123
Rollover not allowed for Bills under Initial Stage
BC-ROLL124
Cannot authorize child contract
BC-ROLL130
Rollover is set for Auto liquidation
BC-XV183
Acceptance Commission FROM DATE Should Be Less Than TO DATE
BC-XV184
Acceptance Commission From Date Cannot Be Null
BC-XV185
Acceptance Commission TO DATE Cannot Be Null
BC-XV208
Defaulting Tenor Days To $1 Based on Maturity Date and Base Date
BC-XV300
Interest calculation TO DATE And FROM DATE should be same for Sight Bills
BC-XV301
Maturity Date Cannot Be Less Than Today's Date
BC-DA001
BC - Discount Accrual Backup failed
BC-LD110
The Bill Is Linked To A Loan With Reference no $1
BC-AC068
Acceptance Commission Preferences - Interest Component in the preferences
screen will be reset
BC-UP1023
Allow Rollover Is Not Maintained For The Product $1
BC-UP1024
Advance By Loan Is Not Maintained For The Product $1
BC-AC066
Both Acceptance to Advance field (at product level) and Advance by loan field
are checked. Acceptance to Advance will take precedence over Advance by
Loan.
BC-AC067
Both Auto Liquidation field and Advance by loan field are checked. Auto Liquidation will take precedence over Advance by Loan.
BC-30080
Accrual required and Consider as discount are mutually exclusive
LCUPLD-353
Customer Details Should Be Provided For $1 Party Type
12-38
12-39
13. Annexure D - SWIFT Message Fields
This chapter contains the following sections:

Section 13.1, "SWIFT Advices in BC Module"

Section 13.2, "Details of SWIFT Messages for Bills and Collections"
13.1 SWIFT Advices in BC Module
This section contains the list of the SWIFT advices supported in the BC module.
EVENT
LIQD
EVENT
DESCRIPTI
ON
Advice of
Payment
SWIFT
MT
MT400
Tag
Advice Description
COLL_PAY_ADV
This message type is sent by
the collecting bank to the
remitting bank.
It may also be sent:
on behalf of the collecting
bank by its branch/affiliate
bank to the remitting bank or
branch/affiliate of that Bank
by a collecting bank to another
collecting bank
It is used to advise a payment
under a collection or a part
thereof and may also be used
for the settlement of proceeds.
The account relationship
between the Sender and the
Receiver is used, unless
expressly stated otherwise in
the message.
This message must never be
sent to a bank acting solely as
a reimbursement bank. In this
case, the appropriate message type is an MT 202 Financial Institution Transfer.
13-1
BOOK
& INIT
Acknowledgement
MT410
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
This message type is sent by a
collecting bank to a remitting
bank to acknowledge the
receipt of a collection.
It may also be sent by a collecting bank to another collecting bank.
Unless otherwise expressly
stated, this message type
states that the collecting bank
intends to act in accordance
with the collection instruction.
BACP
Advice of
acceptance
MT412
ACCEPTANCE_ADV
This message type is sent by
the collecting bank to the
remitting bank.
It may also be sent by a collecting bank to another collecting bank.
It is used to inform the
Receiver of the acceptance of
one or more drafts under one
collection instruction.
PRNA
&
PRNP
Advice of
Non-Payment/NonAcceptance
MT 416
PROTEST_NONACPT
This message type is sent by
the collecting bank to the
remitting bank.
It may also be sent:
PROTEST_NONPAY
to the remitting bank via
another financial institution.
by a presenting bank to a collecting bank.
It is used to advise of non-payment or non-acceptance under
a previously received collection or part thereof.
TACP
Tracer
MT 420
ACCEPTANCE_TRCR
PAYMENT_TRCR
DISCAPPRVL_TRCR
REL_OF_RES
_TRCR
PAYMNTFATE_TRCR
ACCPT_FATE_TRCR
13-2
This message type is sent by
the remitting bank to the collecting bank.
It may also be sent by a collecting bank to another collecting bank.
It is used to enquire about the
fate of documents sent for collection.
PFAT &
AFAT
Advice of
Fate and
Request for
Instructions
MT 422
PRINCIPAL_FATE
ACCEPTANCE_FATE
This message type is sent by
the collecting bank to the
remitting bank.
It may also be sent by a collecting bank to another collecting bank.
It is used to advise the
Receiver of the status of collection documents received by
the collecting bank. Since an
advice of fate generally
includes one or more questions or requests, the two functions are included in this one
message type.
AMND
Amendment
of Instructions
MT430
AMNDMNT_OF_INS
This message type is sent by
the remitting bank to the collecting bank.
It may also be sent by a collecting bank to another collecting bank.
This message is used to
amend instructions contained
in the collection.
INIT
Advice of
Discharge
MT 732
RESERVE_RE
LEASE
This message is sent by the
issuing bank to the paying/
negotiating or accepting bank.
It may also be sent by the paying/accepting/negotiating bank
to the bank from which it has
received documents.
It is used to advise the
Receiver that the documents
received with discrepancies
have been taken up.
INIT
Advice of
Refusal
MT 734
PAYMENT_REFUSAL
ACCEPT_REFUSAL
13-3
This message is sent by the
issuing bank to the bank from
which it has received documents related to a documentary credit. It may also be sent
by the bank nominated to pay/
accept/negotiate/incur a
deferred payment undertaking
to the bank from which it has
received documents.
BOOK
Reimbursement Claim
MT 742
REIMBRSMNT_CLM
This message is sent by the
paying/negotiating bank to the
bank authorised to reimburse
the Sender for its payments/
negotiations.
It is used to claim reimbursement of payment(s) or negotiation(s) under a documentary
credit, as relevant to the reimbursing bank.
BOOK
Advice of
Discrepancy
MT 750
DISCREPANCY_REQ
This message is sent by the
bank to which documents have
been presented, to the issuing
bank. It may also be sent to a
bank nominated to pay/accept/
negotiate/incur a deferred payment undertaking.
The MT 750 is a request for
authorisation to honour presentation. Authorisation may be
provided using an MT 752
Authorisation to Pay, Accept or
Negotiate; a negative reply to
the request may be provided
using an MT 796 Answers.
INIT
Advice of
Payment/
Acceptance/
Negotiation
MT 754
ADV_PMT_ACPT
This message is sent by the
paying, accepting or negotiating bank, or the bank incurring
a deferred payment undertaking, to the issuing bank. It may
also be sent by the bank to
which documents have been
presented to a bank that has
been nominated to pay/accept.
It is used to advise the
Receiver that documents were
presented in accordance with
the credit terms and are being
forwarded as instructed.
INIT &
LIQD
Advice of
Reimbursement or Payment
MT 756
REIM_PAY_A
DV
13-4
This message is sent by the
issuing bank to the bank from
which it has received documents or by the reimbursing
bank to the bank from which it
has received a reimbursement claim. It may also be
sent by the bank nominated to
pay/accept/negotiate/incur a
deferred payment undertaking
to the bank from which it has
received documents.
13.2 Details of SWIFT Messages for Bills and Collections
This chapter contains the following sections:
13.2.1

Section 13.2.1, "MT202 (General Financial Institution Transfer)"

Section 13.2.2, "MT752 (Authorization to Pay/Accept/Negotiate)"

Section 13.2.3, "MT400 (Advice of Payment)"

Section 13.2.4, "MT410 (Acknowledgement)"

Section 13.2.5, "MT412 (Advice of Acceptance)"

Section 13.2.6, "MT416 (Advice of Non-Payment/Non-Acceptance)"

Section 13.2.7, "MT420 ( Acceptance Tracer)"

Section 13.2.8, "MT420 (Payment Tracer)"

Section 13.2.9, "MT420 (Rel of Res Tracer)"

Section 13.2.10, "MT420 (Payment Fate Tracer)"

Section 13.2.11, "MT420 (Acceptance Fate Tracer)"

Section 13.2.12, "MT420 (Discrepancy Approval Tracer)"

Section 13.2.13, "MT422 (Principal Fate - Advice of Fate and Request for Instructions)"

Section 13.2.14, "MT422 (Acceptance Fate)"

Section 13.2.15, "MT430 (Amendment of Instructions)"

Section 13.2.16, "MT732 (Reserve Release)"

Section 13.2.17, "MT734 (Payment Refusal)"

Section 13.2.18, "MT734 (Accept Refusal) "

Section 13.2.19, "MT742 ( Reimbursement Claim)"

Section 13.2.20, "MT750 (Advice of Discrepancy )"

Section 13.2.21, "MT754 (Advice Payment Accepted)"

Section 13.2.22, "MT756 (Reimbursement Payment Advice)"
MT202 (General Financial Institution Transfer)
This section deals with the mapping between the fields in SWIFT messages and the
corresponding fields in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
MSG TYPE: PAYMENT_MESSAGE
Generation: When PAYMENT MSG is linked, and at the prod lvl , either bank transfer is
selected or customer transfer with cover regd flag checked.
Field in
SWIFT
20
Description
Transaction Reference Number
Mandato
ry/
Optional
FCC Y/
N
M
Y
13-5
Field in
Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Reference
Number
Remarks
contract_ref_no
for all module
expect LC & BC.
For LC & BC
LCTMS_BRANCH
_PARAMETERS &
BCTMS_BRANCH
_PARAMETERS
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Source Reference no,
user Reference Number, NON
REF
For uploaded contracts it is
source_ref and
this should not be
equal to user_ref_number.
For normal contracts user_ref_number. Again if
user_ref = contract_Ref then
"NONREF"
13C
Time Indication
O
N
32A
Value Date, Currency Code,
Amount
M
Y
Value Date /
Account Currency / Settlement
Amount
As entered in the
front end as transfer amount
52a
Ordering Institution
O
Y
Ordering
Institution 1
to 5
Only if sender is
different than that
of the Ordering
insitution. The validation is done for
A and B. If the
value in Ordering_instution1 is
BIC code then A
else B.
53a
Sender's Correspondent
O
Y
BIC Code ,
Address1
Is populated only
when receiver <>
sender's corres. It
is normally the BIC
code of the customer (selected
based on the nostro account). This
populates :53A:. If
there is a maintenance in the
Recon module for
Class "NOST"
under external
account maintenance (external_account from
RETMS_EXTACC_ACCGL_DEFN), then 53B
will be populated
with acc number
and swift address
13-6
54a
Receiver's Correspondent
O
Y
Receiver's
Correspondent
1 to 5
13.2.2
Receiver's Correspondent field, this
is normally null,
unless filled
through front end.
56a
Intermediary
O
Y
Intermediary
1 to 5
Intermediary field,
this is normally
null, unless filled
through front end.
Under "S" button
third tab
57a
Account With
Institution
O
Y
Account
With Institution 1 to 5
Is populated only
when receiver <>
AWI. It is normally
the BIC code as
entered through
front end
58a
Beneficiary Institution
M
Y
Beneficiary
Institution 1
for cover to 5
As entered in the
front end, if this
only a bank transfer. If 202 is fired
as a part of "cover"
to a customer then
this value would
be the "reciver" of
100 or 103
72
Sender to
Receiver Information
O
Y
Sender to
Receiver
Information
1 to 6
In FT, Sender to
receiver Info. from
front end, for other
module under "S"
button and under
message details
tab. If this a part of
cover then the values starting with /
OCMT,/PHONBEN or /TELEIBK
will form part of the
this field.
MT752 (Authorization to Pay/Accept/Negotiate)
MT752 is used to advise a bank which has requested authorization to pay, accept, negotiate
or incur a deferred payment undertaking that the presentation of the documents may be
honoured, notwithstanding the discrepancies, provided they are otherwise in order.
The system maps the SWIFT tags in MT752 and the fields in BC contract as depicted below:
SWIFT
Tag
Mandatory (M) /
Optional (O)
Field / FFT
Code
Field / FFT Code name in
Flexcube
20
M
Field
User Reference Number
13-7
21
M
Field
For Negotiating party in others tab
reference no.
23
M
Defaulted by
System
30
M
Field
Resolution date / Discrepancy Date
32B
O
Field
Bill Ccy, Bill Amt
33A
O
FFT
Net Amount;
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = 33BADDLAMNT
13.2.3
71B
O
FFT
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = 71BCHARGES
53A
O
PARTY/Media
SWIFT
Negotiating Bank BIC
54A
O
PARTY/Media
SWIFT
Reimbursing Bank BIC
72
O
FFT
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = SNDRRCVRINFO
MT400 (Advice of Payment)
MSG TYPE: COLL_PAY_ADV; Event LIQD for Collection Bill
Generated: On Initiation and Liquidation
Fiel
d
20
Description
M/
O
FC
C
Y/
N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Sending Bank's TRN
M
Y
User Reference
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
Remarks
User Reference
Number, if the flag at
the branch parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level the
"use lc ref no.in msg
" (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref is used
13-8
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
Reference (Parties tab)
32a
Amount Collected
M
Y
Maturity Date (for
32A) or Tenor
Days (for 32 K)
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
Liquidation Bill
Amount
33A
Proceeds Remitted
M
Y
Value Date
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
if use_lcref_in_msg
= 'Y' then their_lc_ref
else Party Reference
of Receiver.Their LC
ref from contract
main screen and
party ref from "parties" tab
32B if maturity date
is not given or else
32A with maturity
date.
Bill amt when event
= INIT, and amt liquidAted if event =
LIQD
Value Date, Billccy
and bill amt liqd –
chg deducted +chg
collected.
Settlement
Amount
The charge amount
is taken from istb_contractis and the bill
amt is taken form
base table. For LIQD
event, bill_amt_liq is
used and for INIT
bill_amt is used
52a
Ordering Bank
O
Y
Ordering Institution 1 to 5
Ordering Institution
53a
Sender's Correspondent
O
Y
Derived
nostro accounts bic
code
54a
Receiver's Correspondent
O
Y
INT_REIM_INST1 to
INT_REIM_INST5 or
intermediary1 to
intermediary5
This is same as the
intermediary in
MT202
57a
Account With Bank
O
Y
Account With
Institution 1 to 5
58a
Beneficiary Bank
O
Y
Beneficiary Institution 1 and Free
Format Text
the FFT are populated where fft_code
= 58BENFICBANK
71B
Details of Charges
O
Y
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated where fft_code
in 71CHARGEDESC, 71CHGTOBEDED
13-9
13.2.4
72
Sender to Receiver Information
O
Y
B.our_charges_refused,
B.their_charges_refused
Based on the flag
'ALCHAREF',OUCHAREF,UCHAREF will
be added
73
Details of Amounts
Added
O
Y
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated where fft_code
in 73CHARGEDESC, 73CHGTOBEADD
MT410 (Acknowledgement)
MSG TYPE: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; Event: BOOK, INIT for Import Bill – Sight & Usance
Generated: On Receipt of Import Bill
Fiel
d
20
Description
M/O
FC
C
Y/
N
Sending Bank’s
TRN
M
Y
Field Name in
Oracle
FLEXCUBE
User Reference
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
Remarks
User Reference Number, if the flag at the
branch parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at the
contract level the "use lc
ref no.in msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref is used
21
32a
Related Reference
Amount Collected
M
M
Y
Y
Reference (Parties tab)
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref else
Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC ref
from contract main
screen and party ref
from "parties" tab
Maturity Date (for
32A) or Tenor
Days (for 32 K)
32B if maturity date is
not given or else 32K
with tenor days
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
13-10
72
13.2.5
Sender to
Receiver Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
MT412 (Advice of Acceptance)
MSG TYPE: ACCEPTANCE_ADV; Event BACP for Import Collection Bill – Usance
Generated: Upon Acceptance of Collection bill by drawee
Fiel
d
20
Description
M/O
FCC
Y/N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Sending Bank’s
TRN
M
Y
User Reference
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of Credit
Reference
Remarks
User Reference
Number, if the
flag at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_p
arameters.use_userref_in_msgs)
else Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level
the "use lc ref
no.in msg "
(bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_
IN_MSG) is
checked then
our_lc_Ref is
used
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
Reference (Parties
tab)
32a
Amount Collected
M
Y
Maturity Date (for
32A) or Tenor Days
(for 32 K)
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
13-11
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref
else Party Reference of
Receiver.Their
LC ref from contract main screen
and party ref from
"parties" tab
32A, based on
what is entered at
the time of contract input
72
13.2.6
Sender to Receiver
Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
the FFT are populated where
fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINF
O
MT416 (Advice of Non-Payment/Non-Acceptance)
MSG TYPE: NONPAY_NONACCP; Event PRNA & PRNP for Import Collection Bill – Sight &
Usance
Fiel
d
20
Description
M/O
FCC
Y/N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Sender’s Reference
M
Y
User Reference
Contract Reference
Number
Our Letter of Credit
Reference
Remarks
User Reference
Number, if the flag
at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level
the "use lc ref no.in
msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_I
N_MSG) is
checked then
our_lc_Ref is used
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of Credit
Reference
Reference (Parties
tab)
23E
Advice Type
O
Y
Non Pay Message
Date
Non Acceptance
Message Date
51A
Sending Institution
O
N
53a
Sender’s Correspondent
O
N
71F
Sender’s
Charges
O
N
13-12
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref
else Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC
ref from contract
main screen and
party ref from "parties" tab or NONE
if payment date not
null then NPAY, if
acceptance date is
not null then NACC
otherwise OTHR
77A
Reason for NonPayment/NonAcceptance
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
REFPAYACC
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = REFPAYACC
Sequence B Non-Payment/Non-Acceptance Details-rep
21A
23E
Related
Sequence Reference
M
Advice Type
O
Y
Their Letter of Credit
Reference
Reference (Parties
tab)
Y
Non Pay Message
Date
Non Acceptance
Message Date
21C
Principal’s Reference
O
N
32a
Face Amount of
Document(s)
M
Y
Maturity Date (for
32A) or Tenor Days
(for 32 K)
Bill Currency
32B if maturity date
is not given or else
32K with tenor
days
Bill Amount
13.2.7
50D
Principal
O
N
59
Drawee
O
N
71F
Sender’s
Charges
O
N
77A
Reason for NonPayment/NonAcceptance
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
REFPAYACC
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = REFPAYACC
MT420 ( Acceptance Tracer)
MSG TYPE: ACCEPTANCE_TRCR; Event TACP for Import Collection Bill – Usance
Generated: From Intermediary bank to another collecting bank, when acceptance is not
received from the collecting bank
Field
Description
M/O
FCC
Y/N
13-13
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Remarks
20
Sending Bank’s
TRN
M
Y
User Reference
Contract Reference
Number
Our Letter of Credit
Reference
User Reference
Number, if the flag
at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in
_msgs) else Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level
the "use lc ref no.in
msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_I
N_MSG) is
checked then
our_lc_Ref is used
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of Credit
Reference
Reference (Parties
tab)
32a
Amount Collected
M
Y
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
Maturity Date
32A, based on
what is entered at
the time of contract input
30
Date of Collection Instruction
O
Y
Covering Letter Date
As entered under
ship/docs tab
under Covering letter date
59
Drawee
O
Y
Party Name
for party_type='DRAWEE'
Address1 to 4
72
13.2.8
if use_lcref_in_msg
= 'Y' then their_lc_ref else Party
Reference of
Receiver.Their LC
ref from contract
main screen and
party ref from "parties" tab
Sender to
Receiver Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
the FFT are populated where
fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
MT420 (Payment Tracer)
MSG TYPE: PAYMENT_TRCR; Event TPAY for Import Collection Bill – Sight & Usance
13-14
Generated: From Intermediary bank to another collecting bank, when payment is not received
from the collecting bank
Field
Description
M/O
FCC
Y/N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
20
Sending Bank’s
TRN
M
Y
User Reference
Contract Reference
Number
Our Letter of Credit
Reference
Remarks
User Reference
Number, if the flag
at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_i
n_msgs) else Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level
the "use lc ref no.in
msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_I
N_MSG) is
checked then
our_lc_Ref is used
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of Credit
Reference
Reference (Parties
tab)
32a
Amount Collected
M
Y
Maturity Date (for
32A) or Tenor Days
(for 32 K)
Bill Currency
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref
else Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC
ref from contract
main screen and
party ref from "parties" tab
. 32B if maturity
date is not given or
else 32A with
maturity date.
Bill Amount
30
Date of Collection Instruction
O
Y
Covering Letter Date
As entered under
ship/docs tab
under Covering letter date
59
Drawee
O
Y
Party Name
for party_type='DRAWEE'
Address1 to 4
72
Sender to
Receiver Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
13-15
the FFT are populated where
fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
13.2.9
MT420 (Rel of Res Tracer)
MSG TYPE: REL_OF_RES_TRCR; Event TRES for Export Bill under LC
Generated: When Discrepancy is advised and request for approval is sought for an export bill.
Field
Description
M/O
FCC Y/
N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
20
Sending Bank’s
TRN
M
Y
User Reference
Contract Reference
Number
Our Letter of Credit Reference
Remarks
User Reference Number, if the flag at the
branch parameter =
"Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level the
"use lc ref no.in msg "
(bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref is used
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of Credit
Reference
Reference (Parties tab)
32a
Amount Collected
M
Y
Maturity Date (for 32A)
or Tenor Days (for 32 K)
Bill Currency
if use_lcref_in_msg =
'Y' then their_lc_ref
else Party Reference
of Receiver.Their LC
ref from contract main
screen and party ref
from "parties" tab
32B if maturity date is
not given or else 32A
with maturity date else
32K with tenor days
Bill Amount
30
Date of Collection
Instruction
O
Y
Covering Letter Date
As entered under ship/
docs tab under Covering letter date
59
Drawee
O
Y
Party Name
for party_type='DRAWEE'
Address1 to 4
72
Sender to
Receiver Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
the FFT are populated where fft_code
= SNDRRCVRINFO
SNDRRCVRINFO
13.2.10 MT420 (Payment Fate Tracer)
MSG TYPE: PAYMNTFATE_TPFT; Event TRES for Export Collection Bill – Sight & Usance
13-16
Generated: When Payment is not received by the remitting bank from collecting bank.
Fiel
d
20
Description
M/O
FCC
Y/N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Sending Bank’s
TRN
M
Y
User Reference
Contract Reference
Number
Our Letter of Credit
Reference
Remarks
User Reference
Number, if the flag
at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in
_msgs) else Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level
the "use lc ref no.in
msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_I
N_MSG) is
checked then
our_lc_Ref is used
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of Credit
Reference
Reference (Parties
tab)
32a
Amount Collected
M
Y
Maturity Date (for
32A) or Tenor Days
(for 32 K)
Bill Currency
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref
else Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC
ref from contract
main screen and
party ref from "parties" tab
32B if maturity date
is not given or else
32A with maturity
date else 32K with
tenor days
Bill Amount
30
Date of Collection Instruction
O
Y
Covering Letter Date
As entered under
ship/docs tab under
Covering letter
date
59
Drawee
O
Y
Party Name
for party_type='DRAWEE'
Address1 to 4
72
Sender to
Receiver Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
13-17
the FFT are populated where
fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
13.2.11 MT420 (Acceptance Fate Tracer)
MSG TYPE: ACCPT_FATE_TRCR; Event TAFT for Export Collection Bill – Sight
Generated: When Acceptance is not received by remitting bank from collecting bank.
Fiel
d
20
Description
M/O
FCC
Y/N
Field Name in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Sending Bank’s
TRN
M
Y
User Reference
Contract Reference
Number
Our Letter of Credit
Reference
Remarks
User Reference
Number, if the flag
at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level
the "use lc ref no.in
msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_I
N_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref is used
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of Credit
Reference
Reference (Parties
tab)
32a
Amount Collected
M
Y
Maturity Date (for
32A) or Tenor Days
(for 32 K)
Bill Currency
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref
else Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC
ref from contract
main screen and
party ref from "parties" tab
. 32B if maturity
date is not given or
else 32A with maturity date else 32K
with tenor days
Bill Amount
30
Date of Collection Instruction
O
Y
Covering Letter Date
As entered under
ship/docs tab under
Covering letter date
59
Drawee
O
Y
Party Name
for party_type='DRAWEE'
Address1 to 4
72
Sender to
Receiver Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
13-18
the FFT are populated where
fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
13.2.12 MT420 (Discrepancy Approval Tracer)
MSG TYPE: DISCAPPRVL_TRCR; Event TDIS for Import Bill under LC
Generated: When acting as an intermediary and when discrepancy is advised, a request for
approval is sought.
Field
Description
20
Sending Bank’s
TRN
M/
O
FCC
Y/N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
M
Y
User Reference
Contract Reference
Number
Our Letter of Credit
Reference
Remarks
User Reference
Number, if the flag
at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level
the "use lc ref no.in
msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_I
N_MSG) is
checked then
our_lc_Ref is used
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of Credit
Reference
Reference (Parties
tab)
32a
Amount Collected
M
Y
Maturity Date (for
32A) or Tenor Days
(for 32 K)
Bill Currency
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref
else Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC
ref from contract
main screen and
party ref from "parties" tab
. 32B if maturity
date is not given or
else 32A with maturity date else 32K
with tenor days
Bill Amount
30
Date of Collection Instruction
O
Y
Covering Letter Date
As entered under
ship/docs tab under
Covering letter date
59
Drawee
O
Y
Party Name
for party_type='DRAWEE'
Address1 to 4
13-19
72
Sender to
Receiver Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
the FFT are populated where
fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
13.2.13 MT422 (Principal Fate - Advice of Fate and Request for Instructions)
MSG TYPE: PRINCIPAL_FATE event PFAT for Import Collection Bill – Sight
Generated: When payment is not received by the remitting bank from collecting bank.
Fiel
d
20
Description
M/O
FCC
Y/N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Sending
Bank’s TRN
M
Y
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
User Reference
21
Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
Reference
(Parties tab)
32a
Amount Collected
M
Y
Maturity Date
(for 32A) or
Tenor Days (for
32 K)
Remarks
User Reference Number, if
the flag at the branch parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs)
else Contract_Ref_no
OR our LC ref, If at the
contract level the "use lc ref
no.in msg" (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is checked
then our_lc_Ref is used
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref else Party
Reference of Receiver.Their
LC ref from contract main
screen and party ref from
"parties" tab
32B if maturity date is not
given or else 32K with tenor
days
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
72
Sender to
Receiver
Information
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated where
fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
75
Queries
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = ADVFATEPQRY
76
Answer
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = ADVFATEPANS
13.2.14 MT422 (Acceptance Fate)
MSG TYPE: ACCEPTANCE_FATE event AFAT for Import Collection Bill – Sight and Usance
13-20
Generated: When advising the fate of acceptance of an import bill to the remitting bank.
Fiel
d
Descriptio
n
20
Sending
Bank’s TRN
M/O
FCC Y/
N
M
Y
Field in
Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
Related
Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
Reference
(Parties tab)
32a
Amount
Collected
M
Y
User Reference Number, if
the flag at the branch parameter = "Y"
(bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs)
else Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at the contract level the "use lc ref
no.in msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is checked
then our_lc_Ref is used
User Reference
21
Remarks
Maturity Date
(for 32A) or
Tenor Days
(for 32 K)
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref else Party
Reference of Receiver.Their
LC ref from contract main
screen and party ref from
"parties" tab
32B if maturity date is not
given or else 32K with tenor
days
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
72
Sender to
Receiver
Information
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated where
fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
75
Queries
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = ADVFATEPQRY
76
Answer
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = ADVFATEAANS
13.2.15 MT430 (Amendment of Instructions)
MSG TYPE: AMNDMNT_OF_INS event AMND for Export Collection Bill – Sight & Usance
Field
Description
M/O
FCC
Y/N
Field in
Oracle
FLEXCUBE
13-21
Remarks
20
Sending
Bank’s TRN
M
Y
Contract
Reference
Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
User Reference
21
32a
33a
59
Related Reference
M
Existing
Maturity
Date, Currency Code,
Amount
O
Amended
Maturity
Date, Currency Code,
Amount
O
Drawee
O
Y
Y
Their Letter
of Credit
Reference
Reference
(Parties tab)
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
Y
Maturity
Date (for
32A) or
Tenor Days
(for 32 K)
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
Y
Maturity
Date (for
32A) or
Tenor Days
(for 32 K)
Party Name
Address1 to
4
72
74
Sender to
Receiver
Information
Amendments
User Reference Number, if the
flag at the branch parameter = "Y"
(bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at the contract
level the "use lc ref no.in msg "
(bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is checked then
our_lc_Ref is used
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y' then
their_lc_ref else Party Reference
of Receiver.Their LC ref from contract main screen and party ref
from "parties" tab or NONE
if maturity date exists then 32A
with maturity date else 32K with
tenor days.
Info gathered for previous ESN no that is
for contract amount before
amendment
if maturity date exists then 33A
wiith maturity date else 33K with
tenor days.
for party_type='DRAWEE' for
contract before amendment that
is for previous ESN no
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated where
fft_code = SNDRRCVRINFO
O
Y
INS ins_code =
'INSTRUCTIONS'
the INS are populated where
ins_code = 'INSTRUCTIONS'
also if there is a change in the
Drawee the new drawee information will also be provided
Party Name
Address1 to
4
13.2.16 MT732 (Reserve Release)
MSG TYPE: RESERVE_RELEASE event INIT for Import Bills Under LC – Sight & Usance
Generated: When Discrepancies are accepted by the drawee, the negotiating bank is
informed.
Field
Description
M/O
FCC
Y/N
13-22
Field in
Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Remarks
20
Sender’s TRN
M
Y
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
User Reference
User Reference
Number, if the flag at
the branch parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at
the contract level the
"use lc ref no.in msg
" (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref is used
21
Presenting
Bank’s Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
Reference
(Parties tab)
30
Date of Advice
of Payment/
Acceptance/
Negotiation
M
32B
Amount of Utilisation
M
Sender to
Receiver Information
O
72
Y
Covering Letter
Date
if use_lcref_in_msg =
'Y' then their_lc_ref
else Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC ref
from contract main
screen and party ref
from "parties" tab or
NONE
As entered under
ship/docs tab under
Covering letter date
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated where fft_code
= SNDRRCVRINFO
13.2.17 MT734 (Payment Refusal)
MSG TYPE: PAYMENT_REFUSAL event INIT for Import Bills Under LC – Sight
Generated: When Bills are received with discrepancies, the negotiating bank is refused
payment.
Field
Descrip
tion
M/O
FCC
Y/N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
13-23
Remarks
20
Sender’
s TRN
M
Y
Contract Reference
Number
Our Letter of Credit
Reference
User Reference
User Reference Number,
if the flag at the branch
parameter = "Y"
(bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at the
contract level the "use lc
ref no.in msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref
is used
M
Date
and
Amount
of Utilisation
M
73
Charges
Claimed
O
Y
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
73CHGCLAIMED
33a
Total
Amount
Claimed
O
Y
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 33TOTAMTCLMD
57a
Account
With
Bank
O
Y
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
57ACWITHBANK
72
Sender
to
Receive
r Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
77J
Discrepancies
M
Y
Discrepancy
Description
77B
Disposal of
Documents
M
Y
Free Format Text
32A
Y
Their Letter of Credit
Reference
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref else
Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC ref
from contract main
screen and party ref from
"parties" tab or NONE
Presenting
Bank’s
Reference
21
Reference (Parties
tab)
Y
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
As entered in the front
end through contract
input screen
Covering Letter
Date
13-24
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 77APAYREFUSL
13.2.18 MT734 (Accept Refusal)
MSG TYPE: ACCEPT_REFUSAL event INIT for Import Bills Under LC – Usance
Generated: When Bills are received with discrepancies, the negotiating bank is refused
payment.
Fiel
d
Descript
ion
20
Sender’s
TRN
M/O
FCC Y/N
M
Y
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
User Reference
Remarks
User Reference Number,
if the flag at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at the
contract level the "use lc
ref no.in msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref
is used
M
Date and
Amount
of Utilisation
M
73
Charges
Claimed
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 73CHGCLAIMED
33a
Total
Amount
Claimed
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 33TOTAMTCLMD
57a
Account
With
Bank
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
57ACWITHBANK
72
Sender
to
Receiver
Information
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
32A
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref else
Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC ref
from contract main screen
and party ref from "parties" tab or NONE
Presenting
Bank’s
Reference
21
Reference (Parties tab)
Y
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
As entered in the front
end through contract
input screen
Covering Letter
Date
13-25
77J
Discrepancies
M
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
77AACPREFUSL
77B
Disposal
of Documents
M
Y
INS - ins_code
= 'INSTRUCTIONS'
the INS are populated
where ins_code =
'INSTRUCTIONS'
13.2.19 MT742 ( Reimbursement Claim)
MSG TYPE: DISCREPANCY_REQ event BOOK for Export Bills under LC – Sight & Usance
Fiel
d
Descripti
on
20
Claiming
Bank’s
Reference
M/O
FCC Y/N
M
Y
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
User Reference
Remarks
User Reference Number,
if the flag at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at the
contract level the "use lc
ref no.in msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref
is used
Documentary Credit
Number
M
31C
Date of
Issue
O
52a
Issuing
Bank
M
Principal
Amount
Claimed
M
21
32B
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
Reference (Parties tab)
Y
Issue Date
Party Name
Address1 to 4
Y
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref else
Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC ref
from contract main
screen and party ref from
"parties" tab or NONE
Value Date
Bill Currency
Bill Amount
13-26
as entereed in parties
tab under issueing bank
party_type='ISSUING
BANK'
33B
Additional
Amount
Claimed
as Allowed
for in
Excess of
Principal
Amount
O
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
33ADDAMTCLMD
71B
Charges
O
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
71BCHARGES
34a
Total
Amount
Claimed
M
Value Date,
Value Date, Billccy and
bill amt liqd – chg
deducted +chg collected.
Bill Currency
Liquidation Bill
Amount + Charges
57a
Account
With Bank
O
Free Format Text fft_code =
57ACWITHBANK
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
57ACWITHBANK
58a
Beneficiary Bank
O
Free Format Text fft_code = 58BENFICBANK
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
58BENFICBANK
72
Sender to
Receiver
Information
O
Free Format Text
fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
13.2.20 MT750 (Advice of Discrepancy )
MSG TYPE: DISCREPANCY_REQ event BOOK for Export Bills under LC – Sight & Usance
Generated: When Export Bills are negotiated, and if the same contains discrepancies, request
for approval is sent to the LC opening bank.
Fiel
d
Descrip
tion
20
Presenting
Bank’s
Reference
M/O
FCC Y/N
M
Y
Field in
Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
User Reference
13-27
Remarks
User Reference Number, if
the flag at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs)
else Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at the
contract level the "use lc ref
no.in msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref is
used
21
Related
Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
Reference
(Parties tab)
32B
Principal
Amount
M
Y
Value Date
Bill Currency
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref else Party
Reference of
Receiver.Their LC ref from
contract main screen and
party ref from "parties" tab
or NONE
As entered in the front end
through contract input
screen
Bill Amount
33B
Additional
Amount
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 33BADDLAMNT
71B
Charge
s to be
Deduct
ed
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 71CHGTOBEDED
73
Charge
s to be
Added
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 73CHGTOBEADD
34B
Total
Amount
to be
Paid
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 34BTOTAMTPD
57a
Account
With
Bank
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
57ACWITHBANK
72
Sender
to
Receive
r Information
O
Y
Free Format
Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
77A
Discrepancies
M
Discrepancy
Description
13.2.21 MT754 (Advice Payment Accepted)
MSG TYPE: ADV_PMT_ACPTEvent INIT Export Bills under LC – Sight & Usance
Fiel
d
Descripti
on
M/O
FCC Y/
N
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
13-28
Remarks
20
Sender’s
Reference
M
Y
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
User Reference
User Reference Number, if
the flag at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at the
contract level the "use lc
ref no.in msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref is
used
M
Principal
Amount
Paid/
Accepted/
Negotiated
M
33B
Additional
Amounts
O
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 33ADDAMTCLMD
71B
Charges
Deducted
O
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code
=71BCHARGES
73
Charges
Added
O
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 73CHGCLAIMED
34a
Total
Amount
Claimed
O
Value Date
Value Date, Billccy and bill
amt liqd – chg deducted
+chg collected.
32a
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref else Party
Reference of
Receiver.Their LC ref from
contract main screen and
party ref from "parties" tab
or NONE
Related
Reference
21
Reference (Parties tab)
Y
Value Date
Bill Currency
As entered in front end, in
contract online screen
Bill Amount
Bill Currency
Bill Amount Settlement Amount
53a
Reimbursing
Bank
O
Address1 to 4
PARTY_TYPE = 'REIMBURSING BANK'
57a
Account
With Bank
O
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
57ACWITHBANK
13-29
58a
Beneficiary
Bank
O
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 58BENFICBANK
72
Sender to
Receiver
Information
O
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
77A
Narrative
O
Free Format Text
the FFT are populated
where fft_code = 77NARRATIVE
13.2.22 MT756 (Reimbursement Payment Advice)
MSG TYPE:'REIM_PAY_ADV Event INIT & LIQD Export Bills under LC – Sight & Usance
Fiel
d
20
Description
M/O
FC
C Y/
N
Sender’s Reference
M
Y
Field in Oracle
FLEXCUBE
Contract Reference Number
Our Letter of
Credit Reference
User Reference
Remarks
User Reference Number,
if the flag at the branch
parameter = "Y" (
bctms_branch_parameters.use_userref_in_msgs) else
Contract_Ref_no
OR our lc ref, If at the
contract level the "use lc
ref no.in msg " (bctms_contract_master.USE_LCREF_IN_MSG) is
checked then our_lc_Ref
is used
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Related Reference
M
Y
Their Letter of
Credit Reference
Reference (Parties tab)
32a
Total Amount
Claimed
M
Y
LC Amount
LC Currency
Bill Currency
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y'
then their_lc_ref else
Party Reference of
Receiver.Their LC ref
from contract main
screen and party ref from
"parties" tab or NONE
if use_lcref_in_msg = 'Y' ,
lc_ccy, lc_amt and mat.
Date else, bill_ccy,
bill_amt
Bill Amount
33A
Amount Reimbursed or Paid
O
Y
Liquidation Date
Value Date
Bill Currency
Liquidation
Amount
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if liqd date is null then
value date
53a
Sender’s Correspondent
O
N
BIC in General
Details in Branch
Parameters
54a
Receiver’s
Correspondent
O
N
Receiver’s Correspondent 1 -5
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Sender to
Receiver
Information
O
Y
Free Format Text
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the FFT are populated
where fft_code =
SNDRRCVRINFO
14. Reports
All activities that are performed in the Bills and Collections (BC) module are recorded. The
inputs you have made at different stages of a bill are pieced together and can be extracted in
the form of meaningful reports as and when you may require them. The various report
programs and reporting features available under the Bills and Collections module are
explained in this chapter.
You can generate the following reports for the Bills and Collections module:

List of Bills in a User Defined Status

Bills and Collections Daily Activity Report

List of Overdue Items- Payment

List of Overdue Items- Acceptances

List of Overdue Items- Finalization

BC Automatic Processing Exceptions Report

BC Contracts Overrides Report

List of Outstanding Discrepancies

List of Bills with Pending Documents

List of Bills Under Protest

List of Bills To Be Protested

List of Maturing Bills

Bills Static Maintenance Reports

Multi tenor Bills Report
This chapter contains the following sections:

Section 14.1, "Bills in User Defined Statuses Report"

Section 14.2, "Bills and Collections Daily Activity Report"

Section 14.3, "Overdue Payments Report"

Section 14.4, "Overdue Acceptances Report"

Section 14.5, "Finalization Overdue Days Report"

Section 14.6, "BC Automatic Processing Exceptions Report"

Section 14.7, "BC Contracts Overrides Report"

Section 14.8, "List of Bills with Pending Documents Report"

Section 14.9, "Bills under Protest Report"

Section 14.10, "Bills to be Protested Report"

Section 14.11, "Bills and Collections Contract Maturing Bills Report"

Section 14.12, "List of Bills Eligible for Rediscounting Report"

Section 14.13, "List of Bills Under Reserve Report"

Section 14.14, "Multi Tenor Bills Report"

Section 14.15, "Bills Static Maintenance Reports"
14.1 Bills in User Defined Statuses Report
This section contains the following topics:

Section 14.1.1, "Generating Bills in User Defined Statuses Report"
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14.1.1

Section 14.1.2, "Selection Options"

Section 14.1.3, "Contents of Report"
Generating Bills in User Defined Statuses Report
This report gives the details of contracts that have been moved into a given user defined
status. A contract can be moved to a user-defined status through the Bills - Contract screen.
This can be done manually or automatically.
14.1.2
Selection Options
You can configure this report to be triggered automatically as part of the batch processes run
as part of EOD. You can also generate the report from the Reports Browser.
If the report is generated as part of EOD, this report will list all the Bills, which have moved
into a user-defined status.
If you generate the report manually (from the reports Browser) you can specify preferences
for the generation of the report. The contents of the report are determined by the preferences
that you specify.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCROBUDS’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Status Selection
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for all statuses or specific status.
If you choose ‘All Statuses’, the system include the details of Bills in all statuses in the report.
If you choose ‘Specific Status’, you need to specify the user defined status for which the report
needs to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid user defined status
maintained in the system. You can select the appropriate one.
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Product Selection
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product or for all products.
If you choose ‘All Products’, the system include the details of Bills under all products in the
report.
If you choose ‘Specific Product’, you need to specify the product for which the report needs
to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in the
system. You can select the appropriate one.
Currency Selection
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific currency or all currencies.
If you choose ‘All Currencies’, in the report, the system include the details of Bills irrespective
of the currency.
If you choose ‘Specific Currency’, you need to specify the currency for which the report needs
to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid currency codes maintained in the
system. You can select the appropriate one.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
14.1.3
Contents of Report
The options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the beginning of the
report. The details of the report are sorted in the ascending order of the following fields:

User defined Status code

Bill Currency

Product Code

Contract Reference number

Customer ID
The contents of the List of Bills in User Defined Status report have been discussed under the
following heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Body of the Report
The following details are given for contracts in a user defined status:
Field Name
Description
Bill Reference
Number
The Reference Number of the Bill.
Customer ID Type
This is the party type of the customer. The name of the party who
has to make the payment will also be printed.
Customer Name
The name of the customer involved in the contract.
Bill Type
The type of bill involved in the contract.
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Currency
The code of the currency in which the bill amount is expressed.
Bill Amount
This is the Bill Amount.
Tenor
The Tenor indicates when the contract will be paid - at sight or after
a usance period.
Transaction Date
This is the date on which the transaction took place
Maturity Date
This is the Maturity date of the bill as indicated in the Bills Contract
Details screen.
Status Type
This is the status type
Status Code
This is the current user defined status into which the bill has
moved.
BC Product Code
The product to which the bill is associated.
Status Aging days
This is the number of days for which the contract has been outstanding.
Total
This is the total bill amount.
Summation
The total figure for the bill amount will be provided at the following levels:

User defined Status + currency level.

User defined Status + BC product + currency level.
14.2 Bills and Collections Daily Activity Report
This section contains the following topics:
14.2.1

Section 14.2.1, "Generating Bills and Collections Daily Activity Report"

Section 14.2.2, "Selection Options"

Section 14.2.3, "Contents of Report"
Generating Bills and Collections Daily Activity Report
The Daily Activity Journal lists details of all the activities or events that were performed on bills
during the course of the bank’s operations. The journal's for a particular day or for a period in
time.
This report can be used as an audit trail since it also gives the names of the users who
performed and authorized an event on the contract.
14.2.2
Selection Options
You can configure this report to be triggered automatically as part of the batch processes run
as part of EOD. You can also generate the report when required from the Reports Browser.
If the report is generated as part of EOD, the report will by default list details of all the activities
and events that occurred as of the date the report was generated.
If you generate the report manually (from the reports Browser) you can specify preferences
for the generation of the report. You can choose to generate the report to list the activities and
events that were performed on bill contracts as of a specific date or over a specified period in
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time. If the report should contain the list of activities and events that were performed over a
period in time, specify the From and To dates of the period.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCRONACT’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Product Selection
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product code or for all product
codes.
If you choose ‘Specific Product Code’, you need to specify the product for which the report
needs to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in
the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Bills and Collections Contract Activity Report
From Date
Specify the date from which the transactions need to be considered for report generation.
To Date
Specify the date until which transactions need to be considered for report generation.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
14.2.3
Contents of Report
The options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the beginning of the
report. The details of the report are sorted in the ascending order based on the following fields:

Event Code

Product Code

Contract Currency

Contract Reference Number
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The contents of the Bills and Collections Daily Activity Report have been discussed under the
following heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Body of the Report
Field Name
Description
Product Code
This is the code of the product.
Event Code
This is the code of the event.
Bill Reference number
The reference number of the bill
Bill Type
The type of bill involved in the contract.
Currency
This is the currency in which the bill amount is expressed.
Bill Amount
This is the Bill Amount.
Tenor
The Tenor indicates when the contract will be paid - at sight or after a
usance period.
Maturity Date
This is the Maturity date of the bill, as indicated in the Bills Contract
Details screen.
Party Id
This is the ID of the Party..
Party Name
This is the name of the party.
Party Type
This is the type of the party.
Maker ID
The Login ID of the user who has performed the activity or event on the
bill.
Checker ID
The Login ID of the user who has authorized the activity or event on the
bill.
14.3 Overdue Payments Report
This section contains the following topics:
14.3.1

Section 14.3.1, "Generating Overdue Payments Report"

Section 14.3.2, "Selection Options"

Section 14.3.3, "Contents of Reports"
Generating Overdue Payments Report
The List of Overdue Items report lists the bills that have Payment items overdue. A bill is
considered overdue with regard to payment under the following conditions:

An import Sight bill unpaid after the seventh day of its booking.

An Export Sight Bill unpaid after fourteen days of booking.

A Usance bill unpaid after its maturity date.
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You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCRODPAY’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Product Code
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product or for all products.
If you choose ‘Specific Product’, you need to specify the product for which the report needs
to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in the
system. You can select the appropriate one.
Overdue Days for Incoming Bill
Specify the number of days due for incoming bill.
Overdue Days for Outgoing Bill
Specify the number of days due for outgoing bill.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
14.3.2
Selection Options
You can configure this report to be triggered automatically as part of the batch processes run
at EOD or you can generate the report whenever you need, from the Reports Browser.
If the report is generated as part of EOD, it will, by default list:

Incoming Sight bills unpaid after the seventh day of its booking.

Outgoing Sight bills unpaid after fourteen days of booking.

Usance bills unpaid after its maturity date.
If you generate the report manually (from the reports Browser), you can indicate preferences
like:

The product for which you want details

Overdue days for Incoming bills

Overdue days for Outgoing bills
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Indicating the product
You can generate the report to list the bills with overdue payment items associated with all
products or a specific product. If you want to generate the report to contain overdue items for
a specific product, select the product code from the option list.
14.3.3
Contents of Reports
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report. The contents of the report have been discussed under the following
heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Body of Report
Field Name
Description
Payment Date
This is the bill payment date.
Aging Days
The number of days for which the bill is overdue. It will be the number
days from the Maturity Date till today.
Bill Reference Number
This is the reference number of the contract.
Bill Type
This is the type of the bill.
Currency
This is the currency referring in the bill.
Bill Amount
This is the amount of the bill.
Tenor
This is the code of the tenor.
Protest Party Type –
Party ID
This is the party id of the protest party type.
Protest Party Name
This is the name of the protest party.
BC Product Code
This is the code of the BC Product.
Total
This is the total bill amount.
14.4 Overdue Acceptances Report
This section contains the following topics:
14.4.1

Section 14.4.1, "Generating Overdue Acceptances Report"

Section 14.4.2, "Selection Options"

Section 14.4.3, "Contents of Reports"
Generating Overdue Acceptances Report
The List of Overdue Items report displays details of bills which have Acceptance items
overdue. A bill is considered overdue with regard to acceptance under the following
conditions:
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
Import bills in the FINAL stage, unaccepted after the seventh day of booking.

Export bills in the FINAL stage, unaccepted after fourteen days of booking.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCRODACC’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Product Code
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product r for all products.
If you choose ‘Specific Product ’, you need to specify the product for which the report needs
to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in the
system. You can select the appropriate one.
Overdue Days for Incoming Usance Bill
Specify the number of days due for incoming usance bill.
Overdue Days for Outgoing Usance Bill
Specify the number of days due for outgoing usance bill.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
14.4.2
Selection Options
You can configure this report to be triggered automatically as part of the batch processes run
at EOD, or you can generate the report when required from the Reports Browser.
If the report is generated as part of EOD, this report will by default list the following:

Import bills in the FINAL stage, unaccepted after the seventh day of booking.

Export bills in the FINAL stage unaccepted after fourteen days of booking.
If you generate the report manually (from the reports Browser) you can indicate preferences
such as:

The product for which you want details

The Overdue days for Incoming Usance bills

The Overdue days for Outgoing Usance bills
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Indicating the product
You can generate the report to list the bills with overdue acceptance items associated with all
products or a specific product. If you want to generate the report to contain overdue items for
a specific product, select the product code from the option list.
14.4.3
Contents of Reports
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report. The contents of the report have been discussed under the following
heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Body of Report
Field Name
Description
Transaction Date
This is the transaction date.
Aging Days
The number of days for which the bill is overdue. It will be the
number days from the Maturity Date till today.
Bill Reference Number
This is the reference number of the bill.
Bill Type
This is the type of the bill.
Currency
This is the currency of the bill.
Bill Amount
This is the amount of the bill.
Tenor
This is the duration of the contract.
Protest Party Type –
Party ID
This is the party Id of the protest party type.
Protest Party Name
This is the name of the protest party.
BC Product Code
This is the code for the BC product.
Total
This is the total bill amount of each BC product.
Maximum Transaction Date
The maximum transaction date
14.5 Finalization Overdue Days Report
This section contains the following topics:

Section 14.5.1, "Generating Finalization Overdue Days Report"

Section 14.5.2, "Selection Options"

Section 14.5.3, "Contents of Report"
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14.5.1
Generating Finalization Overdue Days Report
The List of Overdue Items report, displays details of bills, which have Finalization items
overdue. A bill is considered overdue with regard to finalization under the following conditions:

Export bills in the INITIAL stage for more than 5 days

Import bills in the INITIAL stage for more than 7 days
To invoke the ‘Finalization Overdue Days Report’ screen, type ‘BCRODFIN’ in the field at the
top right corner of the Application tool bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Product Code
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product or for all products.
If you choose ‘Specific Product ’, you need to specify the product for which the report needs
to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in the
system. You can select the appropriate one.
Finalization Overdue Days for Incoming Bills
Specify the number of days due for finalization of incoming bill.
Finalization Overdue Days for Outgoing Bills
Specify the number of days due for finalization of outgoing bill.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
14.5.2
Selection Options
You can configure this report to be triggered automatically as part of the batch processes run
at EOD or you can generate the report when required from the Reports Browser.
If the report is generated as part of EOD, this report will by default list the following:

The product for which you want details

Export bills in the INITIAL stage for more than 5 days

Import bills in the INITIAL stage for more than 7 days
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If you generate the report manually (from the reports Browser) you can indicate preferences
such as:

The finalization overdue days for incoming bills.

The finalization overdue days for outgoing bills.
Indicating the product
You can generate the report to list the bills with overdue finalization items associated with all
products or a specific product. If you want to generate the report to contain overdue items for
a specific product, select the product code from the option list.
14.5.3
Contents of Report
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report. The contents of the report have been discussed under the following
heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Contents of the Reports
The following details are printed for the overdue contracts:
Field Name
Description
Transaction Date
The date on which the bill was entered in the system.
Aging Days
The number of days for which the bill is overdue. It will be the
number days from the Maturity Date till today.
Bill Reference
Number
The Reference Number of the Bill.
BC Product Code
The product associated with the bill
Bill Type
The type of bill involved in the contract.
Currency
The currency of the bill.
Bill Amount
The Bill Amount.
Tenor Code
For Payment:
Indicates whether the bill matures after a usance period or at
sight.
For Acceptance:
This is the Maturity Date of the contract involving the bill.
Maximum Transaction Date
The maximum transaction date
Total
The amount that is outstanding.
Protest Party Type
– Party Id
This is the party from whom the payment is due. It indicates the
nature of the party's involvement in the contract.
Protest Party Name
The name of the party from whom the payment is due.
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Summation
The report gives total figures of the bill amount at the following levels:

For each Maturity date, Anticipated Payment date or Transaction date + currency level.

For each Maturity Date, Anticipated Payment date or Transaction date + Product Code
+ currency level.
14.6 BC Automatic Processing Exceptions Report
This section contains the following topics:
14.6.1

Section 14.6.1, "Generating BC Automatic Processing Exceptions Report"

Section 14.6.2, "Contents of Report"
Generating BC Automatic Processing Exceptions Report
The report prints details of the bills for which some exception has occurred while the automatic
processes were run as part of EOD or BOD as of the current date.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCRUEXCP’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Report Date
Select the date on which the report is to be generated.
Product Code
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product or for all products.
If you choose ‘Specific Product ’, you need to specify the product for which the report needs
to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in the
system. You can select the appropriate one.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
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14.6.2
Contents of Report
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report.
The information displayed in this report is sorted in the ascending order on the basis of
reference numbers and Event codes. The contents of the List of Overdue Items report are
discussed under the following heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Contents of the report
Field Name
Description
Product Code
This is the product code.
Product Description
This is description of the product.
Event Code
This is the event code.
Event Description
This is the description of the event.
Bill Reference
The Reference Number of the bill.
Currency
The currency of the bill.
Bill Due Amount
This is the due amount of the bill ..
Error Code
This is the code that identifies the error that occurred while processing the
bill.
Description
This is the description of the error that occurred while processing the bill.
14.7 BC Contracts Overrides Report
This section contains the following topics:
14.7.1

Section 14.7.1, "Generating BC Contracts Overrides Report"

Section 14.7.2, "Selection Options"

Section 14.7.3, "Contents of the Report"
Generating BC Contracts Overrides Report
The BC contracts Overrides report, reports all BC contracts that have had overrides during an
applicable event executed as of today.
If you invoke this report as part of EOD, it will display all the overrides that were encountered
during the various events executed on bills during the course of the day.
If you invoke this report at other times, you can specify the contracts for which the overrides
need to be reported.
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14.7.2
Selection Options
You can configure this report to be triggered automatically as part of the batch processes run
as part of EOD or you can also generate the report as and when required from the Reports
Browser.
If the report is generated as part of EOD, it will by default, list all the overrides that occurred
today while processing bills.
If you generate the report manually (from the reports Browser) you can specify preferences
for the generation of the report.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCRONOVD’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Product Selection
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product code or for all product
codes.
If you choose ‘Specific Product Code’, you need to specify the product for which the report
needs to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in
the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Bills & Collections Contract Overrides Report
Indicate whether the reports should be overridden, while processing for all Over-rides for
single contract or for all contract over-rides for the day.
If you choose ‘All Over-rides for Single Contract’, you need to specify the contract for which
the report needs to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid contract codes
maintained in the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
14.7.3
Contents of the Report
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report. The details of this report are sorted in the ascending order of:
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
BC Event code

BC Contract Reference
The contents of the BC Contracts Overrides Report have been discussed under the following
heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report
Body of the Report
Field Name
Description
Product Code
This is the product code.
Product Description
This is the description of the product.
Bill Reference Number
The Reference Number of the bill..
Event Code
This is the event code.
Event Description
This is the description of the event.
Currency
The currency of the bill.
Bill Amount
This is the Bill Amount.
Maturity Date
This is the date on which the bill matures.
Error Code
The code that identifies the error
Error Description
The error description of the override
14.8 List of Bills with Pending Documents Report
This section contains the following topics:
14.8.1

Section 14.8.1, "Generating List of Bills with Pending Documents Report"

Section 14.8.2, "Selection Options"

Section 14.8.3, "Contents of Report"
Generating List of Bills with Pending Documents Report
The List of Bills with Pending Documents report prints details of the bills with pending
documents. You can use the report to find out whether a bill has already been entered on the
basis of the first set of documents received. This helps ensure that the same bill is not entered
again when the second set of documents are received.
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14.8.2
Selection Options
You can generate the report using ‘List of Bills with Pending Documents Report’ screen. You
can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCRENDOC’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Product Selection
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product code or for all product
codes.
If you choose ‘Specific Product Code’, you need to specify the product for which the report
needs to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in
the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Original/Duplicate Document
Select original or duplicate or both documents from the adjoining drop-down list.
Date Selection
Indicate whether the reports should be generated on all covering dates or a specific covering
date.
If you choose ‘Specific Covering Date’, you need to specify the date for which the report needs
to be generated. The adjoining calendar icon provides all the valid dates maintained in the
system. You can select the appropriate one.
Customer Selection
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for specific customer identification or all
customer identification.
If you choose ‘Specific Customer Identification’, you need to specify the customer Id for which
the report needs to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid customer Ids are
maintained in the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
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14.8.3
Contents of Report
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report. The details of this report are sorted in the ascending order of the ID
of the customer.
The contents of the List of Bills with Pending Documents report have been discussed under
the following heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Body of the Report
Field Name
Description
Bill Reference Number
The Reference Number of the Bill.
Product Code and Description
The BC product associated with the Bill and its description
Customer ID and Name
The ID and the name of the customer
Customer Name
The name of the customer
Currency
The currency of the bill.
Bill Amount
This is the Bill Amount.
Covering Letter Date
The date printed on the covering letter.
Original Document Received
Indicates whether the Original documents were received.
Duplicate Document
Received
Indicates whether the Duplicate documents were received.
Remitter Reference
This is the reference code for the remitter.
Remitters Name
The name of the remitter
Remitter Country
The country to which the remitter belongs
Maximum Transaction Date
The maximum transaction date
14.9 Bills under Protest Report
This section contains the following topics:
14.9.1

Section 14.9.1, "Generating Bills under Protest Report"

Section 14.9.2, "Selection Options"

Section 14.9.3, "Contents of Report"
Generating Bills under Protest Report
The List of bills under protest report displays all the bills for which a protest advice has been
generated during the day. This report is generated automatically as part of the batch
processes run as part of EOD. However, if you choose to generate the report during the day
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you can specify a date. The system will display only those bills for which protest advices were
generated as of the date you specify.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCROBUNP’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Product Code
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product or for all products.
If you choose ‘Specific Product ’, you need to specify the product for which the report needs
to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in the
system. You can select the appropriate one.
Date of Report
Select the date on which the report is to be generated.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
14.9.2
Selection Options
You have the option to indicate the following selection options for the generation of the report:

The date and

The product(s) for which you want details
Indicating the product
You can generate the report to contain a list the bills under protest associated with all products
or a specific product. If you want to generate the report for a specific product, select the
product code from the option list.
14.9.3
Contents of Report
The details of this report are sorted in the ascending order of:

Contract Currency.

Product Code.
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
Contract Reference Number.
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report. The contents of the List of Bills under protest report have been
discussed under the following heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Body of the Report
Field Name
Description
Bill Reference
Number
The Reference Number of the Bill.
Drawee ID
The CIF ID assigned to the drawee of the bill. This field will remain blank if
you have not specified details of the Drawee, in the Parties screen.
Drawee Name
The name of the Drawee. This field will remain blank if you have not specified
details of the Drawee in the Parties screen.
Bill Type
The type of bill involved in the contract.
Bill Currency
The currency in which the bill amount is expressed.
Bill Amount
This is the outstanding Bill Amount.
Tenor
The Tenor indicates when the contract will be paid - at sight or after a usance
period.
Maturity Date
This is the date on which the bill matures.
Protest Date
The date on which the contract was protested.
Reason for Protest
This is the reason for protest.
Product Code
This is the code of the product.
Total for Product
This is the total bill amount for thr product.
Total for Currency
This is the total bill amount for currency.
Summation
The total figure for the bill amount will be provided at the following levels:

For each currency at the report level.

For a Bills Product Code + Currency level.
14.10 Bills to be Protested Report
This section contains the following topics:

Section 14.10.1, "Generating Bills to be Protested Report"

Section 14.10.2, "Contents of Report"
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14.10.1 Generating Bills to be Protested Report
The List of Bills to be Protested report displays all the bills which need to be protested for Nonpayment, Non-acceptance or Non approval of discrepancies. A bill whose protest dates for
either Non-payment or Non-acceptance is later than today will also be displayed in the report.
You can configure this report to be generated automatically as part of the batch processes
run as part of EOD. Besides, you can also generate the report when required.
If the report is generated as part of EOD, this report will list the bills to be protested in the next
three days (from today’s date).
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCROBTBP’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Product Code
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product or for all products.
If you choose ‘Specific Product ’, you need to specify the product for which the report needs
to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in the
system. You can select the appropriate one.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
14.10.2 Contents of Report
The details of this report are sorted in the ascending order of:

Contract Currency

Product Code

Contract Reference Number
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report. The contents of the List of bills to be protested report have been
discussed under the following heads:
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Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Body of the Report
Field Name
Description
Bill Reference
Number
The Reference Number of the Bill.
Drawee ID
The CIF ID assigned to the drawee of the bill. This field will remain blank if
you have not specified details of the Drawee in the Parties screen.
Drawee Name
The name of the Drawee. This field will remain blank if you have not specified details of the Drawee in the Parties screen.
Bill Type
The type of bill involved in the contract to be protested.
Bill Currency
The currency in which the bill amount is expressed.
Bill Amount
This is the outstanding Bill Amount.
Tenor Code
The Tenor indicates when the contract will be paid - at sight or after a
usance period.
Maturity Date
This is the date on which the bill matures.
Protest Date
The date on which the contract will be protested.
Reason for Protest
This is the reason for protest.
Product Code
This is the product code.
Total for Product
This is the total amount of the product in the bill.
Total for Currency
This is the total amount in currency.
14.11 Bills and Collections Contract Maturing Bills Report
This section contains the following topics:

Section 14.11.1, "Generating Bills and Collections Contract Maturing Bills Report"

Section 14.11.2, "Selection Options"

Section 14.11.3, "Contents of the Report"
14.11.1 Generating Bills and Collections Contract Maturing Bills Report
This report lists all the bills that are yet to be liquidated and due to mature.
You can configure this report to be generated automatically as part of the batch processes
run as part of BOD or EOD. Besides, you can also generate the report when required.
If the report is generated as part of BOD, then by default all bills maturing as of today’s date
will be reported.
If generated as part of EOD, this report lists the bills that are due to mature in the next seven
calendar days.
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If the report is generated manually, it will list the bills to be protested for the period that you
indicate.
14.11.2 Selection Options
You can indicate preferences for the generation of the report. The contents of the report will
be determined by these preferences that you indicate.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BCRODMAT’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Stage
Indicate whether the maturing bills report is to be generated in initial or final stage of contract.
You can also generate the report for both the stages.
Product Selection
Indicate whether the reports should be generated for a specific product code or for all product
codes.
If you choose ‘Specific Product Code’, you need to specify the product for which the report
needs to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in
the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Maturity Date From
Select the date from which the contract is matured. You can select a date from the adjoining
calendar icon. Click the calendar icon to select a date.
Maturity Date To
Select the date to which the maturity of the contract is valid. Click the calendar icon to select
a date.
Click ‘OK’ to generate the report.
14.11.3 Contents of the Report
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report.
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The details of this report are sorted in the ascending order of:

Contract stage - INITIAL or FINAL

Product Code

Maturity Date

Contract Currency Code

Contract Reference Number
The contents of the BC Contract Maturing Bills have been discussed under the following
heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Body of the Report
Field Name
Description
Bill Reference Number
The Reference Number of the bill.
Bill Type
The type of bill involved in the contract to be protested.
Tenor Code
The Tenor indicates when the contract will be paid - at sight
or after a usance period.
Document Flag
The document flag
Operation
This contains information on the operation
Stages
This indicates the stages of the bill
Maturity Date
This is the date on which the bill matures.
Currency
The currency in which the bill amount is expressed.
Bill Amount
This is the outstanding Bill Amount.
Customer Party Type –
Party ID
This is the party id for customer party type.
Product Code
The BC product code
Product Description
The description of the BC product
Customer Party Name
This is the name of the customer party.
Total
This is the total amount.
Summation
The total figure for the bill amount will be provided for each Bills Product Code + Maturity Date
+ Currency level.
14.12 List of Bills Eligible for Rediscounting Report
This section contains the following topics:

Section 14.12.1, "Generating List of Bills Eligible for Rediscounting Report"
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
Section 14.12.2, "Contents of Report"
14.12.1 Generating List of Bills Eligible for Rediscounting Report
This report provides the list of bills eligible for rediscounting. You can set preferences as to
generation of the report using ‘List of Bills Eligible for Rediscounting’ screen.
To invoke the screen, type ‘BCROBEFR’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application
tool bar and click the adjoining arrow button. The system displays ‘Print Options’ screen. Set
your preferences as to printing the report and click ‘OK’ button.
For field wise explanation of the ‘Print Options’ screen, please refer to the chapter ‘Retrieving
Information in Oracle FLEXCUBE’ on Reports user manual.
14.12.2 Contents of Report
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report. The contents of the list of bills eligible for rediscounting report have
been discussed under the following heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
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Body of Report
Field Name
Description
Bill Reference Number
The Reference Number of the contract.
Customer Party Type – ID
This is the ID of customer party type.
Customer Name
This is the customer name.
Bill Type
This is the type of the bill.
BC Product Code
This is the BC product associated with the Bill.
Under LC
This indicates the LC under which the bill type is organized.
LC Reference
This is the LC Reference code.
Base Date
This is the base date of the bill.
Maturity Date
This is the date at which the bill becomes matured.
Currency
This is the currency in which bill is created.
Lcy
This is the local currency.
Bill Outstanding Amount
This is the outstanding amount in the bill.
Bill Outstanding LCY Amount
This is the outstanding amount in local currency.
Total for Currency
This is the sum of all bills.
Total for Currency in LCY
This is the sum of all bills in local currency.
Total for Report in LCY
This is the sum of all bills in the report in local currency.
14.13 List of Bills Under Reserve Report
This section contains the following topics:

Section 14.13.1, "Generating List of Bills Under Reserve Report"

Section 14.13.2, "Contents of Report"
14.13.1 Generating List of Bills Under Reserve Report
This report provides the list of bills under reserve. You can set preferences as to generation
of the report using ‘Under Reserve Report’ screen.
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To invoke the screen, type ‘BCRODAPP’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application
tool bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
Set your preferences as to printing the report and click ‘OK’ button.
14.13.2 Contents of Report
The contents of the list of bills under reserve report have been discussed under the following
heads:
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report.
Field Name
Description
Final Stage Date
This is the date of the final stage.
Our Reference
This is the reference number of the bill.
Bill Type
This is the type of the bill.
Currency
This is the type of the currency used in the bill.
Bill Outstanding Amount
This is the bill amount.
Tenor
This is the duration of the contract.
Maturity Date
This is the date at which the product is matured.
Party Type – Party ID
This is the id of the customer party.
Party Name
This is the name of the customer party.
BC Product Code
This is the code for the BC product.
Product Description
This is the description of the product.
Total for Product
This is the bill amount for product.
Total for Currency
This is the bill amount in currency.
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14.14 Multi Tenor Bills Report
This section contains the following topics:

Section 14.14.1, "Generating Multi Tenor Bills Report"

Section 14.14.2, "Contents of the Report"
14.14.1 Generating Multi Tenor Bills Report
This report gives the details of the multi tenor bills for the selected date range.
To invoke the ‘Multi Tenor Bills’ screen, type ‘BCRMLTNR’ in the field at the top right corner
of the Application tool bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details.
Multi Tenor Contract Report
Specify the following details:
Stage
Indicate whether the report is to be generated in initial or final stage of contract. You can also
generate the report for both the stages.
Product Selection
Indicate whether the report should be generated for a specific product code or for all product
codes.
If you choose ‘Specific Product Code ’, you need to specify the product for which the report
needs to be generated. The option list provided displays all valid product codes maintained in
the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Date Selection
You can specify the date range for generating the report. In the report, the system will include
the transactions entered during the date range specified here. You can specify the date range
using the following fields.
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Transaction Date From
You can specify the date range for generating the report. Select the start date of the
transactions. Click the calendar icon to select a date.
Transaction Date To
Select the date to which the maturity of the contract is valid. Click the calendar icon to select
a date.
Specify the print options and click ‘OK’ button to generate the report.
14.14.2 Contents of the Report
The selection options that you specified while generating the report are printed at the
beginning of the report.
Header
The Header carries the title of the Report, information on the branch code, the branch date,
the user id, the module name, the date and time at which the report was generated and the
page number of the report..
Body
Field Name
Description
Product code
The product code and description
Bill Reference Number
The reference number of the bills covered in the report
Currency
The currency in which the bill amount is expressed.
Bill Amount
The outstanding bill amount
Tenor
The tenor of the report
Base Date
The base date of the bill
Maturity Date
The maturity date of the bill
Discounted Amount
The discounted amount of the bill
Liquidated Amount
The liquidated amount of the bill
User Defined Status
The user defined status of the bill
Status as on Date
The date of status update of the bill
Total
Total
14.15 Bills Static Maintenance Reports
This section contains the following topics:

Section 14.15.1, "Generating Bills Static Maintenance Report"
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14.15.1 Generating Bills Static Maintenance Report
In this section we shall discuss details of the reports that you can generate to retrieve
information on specific maintenance files that have been created.
You can retrieve information about the following:

Discrepancy Codes

Document Codes

Free Format Codes

Instruction Codes

Goods Codes
These reports can also be used as an audit trail as they contain the names of the users who
created and authorized the record.
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15. Function ID Glossary
BCROBUDS .................... 14-2
BCROBUNP .................. 14-19
BCRODACC .................... 14-9
BCRODAPP .................. 14-27
BCRODFIN ................... 14-11
BCRODMAT .................. 14-23
BCRODPAY .................... 14-7
BCRONACT .................... 14-5
BCRONOVD ................. 14-15
BCRUEXCP .................. 14-13
BCSTRONL .................... 5-56
B
BCDAMTEX ....................3-18
BCDBRPRM .............3-23, 9-4
BCDBRPRM’ .....................9-4
BCDCOMCD .....................3-5
BCDDISCD ......................3-13
BCDDISCD’ .....................3-13
BCDDOCCD ......................3-1
BCDFFTCD .....................3-10
BCDINCOD .....................3-21
BCDINSCD ........................3-8
BCDINSCD’ .......................3-8
BCDINSCO .....................3-15
BCDPRMNT ......................4-1
BCDTRAUT’ ....................6-39
BCDTRDOC ....................6-47
BCDTREAS .....................6-43
BCDTRGON ......................8-1
BCDTRONL .......................5-2
BCDTRPAY .....................6-45
BCRENDOC ..................14-17
BCRMLTNR ..................14-28
BCROBTBP ...................14-21
D
DADACRCL
...................... 7-1
E
EIDMANPE
....................... 9-2
I
ISDBICDE
....................... 6-42
M
MSDCUSAD .................... 6-41
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