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AC810 Basic Functions in Treasury Management
AC810 Basic Functions in Treasury Management

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Treasury
Treasury

Level 2

AC030

3 days

Treasury Overview

AC010

5 days

Financial Accounting

and Reporting

Level 3 AC815 5 days Loans Management for Financial Services AC816 3 days AC810 3
Level 3
AC815
5 days
Loans Management for
Financial Services
AC816
3 days
AC810
3 days
Loans Management for
Corporates
Basic Functions in
Treasury Management
AC820
4 days
Securities Management
AC825
3 days
Money Market, Foreign
Exchange and Derivatives
AC830
3 days
Market Risk Management
AC805
3 days
Cash Management
AC215
1 day
Cash Budget
Management

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Course Prerequisites
Course Prerequisites

Recommended:

AC030 - Overview of Treasury

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Course Prerequisites Recommended : AC030 - Overview of Treasury  SAP AG 1999
Target Group
Target Group

Audience:

Members of the project team System staff Organization staff

Duration: 3 days

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Notes to the user:

The training materials are not teach-yourself programs. They complement the course instructor's explanations. On the sheets there is space for you to write down additional information.

Course Overview
Course Overview

Contents:

Course goals

Course objectives

Course content

Course overview diagram

Main business scenario

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goals Course objectives Course content Course overview diagram Main business scenario  SAP AG 1999
Course Goals
Course Goals
Course Goals This course will prepare you to: Identify the basic Treasury Management functions that are

This course will prepare you to:

Identify the basic Treasury Management functions that are common to all the subcomponents

Configure banks and business partners and recognize the concepts behind transaction and position management in SAP Treasury

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business partners and recognize the concepts behind transaction and position management in SAP Treasury  SAP
Course Objectives
Course Objectives
Course Objectives  SAP AG 1999 At the conclusion of this course, you will be able

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At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

Set up organizational units in the SAP System

Create and configure banks and business partners

Make the system settings needed to control internal processing

Describe and configure the payment program for payment requests

Course Content
Course Content

Preface

Unit 1 Course Overview Unit 7 Transaction and Position Management - Structure Unit 2 Overview
Unit 1
Course Overview
Unit 7
Transaction and Position
Management - Structure
Unit 2
Overview of Treasury
Management
Unit 8
Transaction and Position
Management - Process
Unit 3
Organizational Units
Unit 9
Unit 4
Business Partners
Payment Program for
Payment Requests
Unit 5
Banks
Unit 10
Market Data Management
Unit 6
Transaction and Position
Management - Preparation
Unit 11
Information System
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Course Overview Diagram
Course Overview Diagram

Overview of Treasury Management

Organizational Units

Business Partners

Banks

Transaction and Position Management - Preparation

Transaction and Position Management - Structure

Transaction and Position Management - Process

Payment Program for Payment Requests

Market Data Management

Information System

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Main Business Scenario
Main Business Scenario
Main Business Scenario  SAP AG 1999 You are using (or have successfully installed) the SAP

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You are using (or have successfully installed) the SAP Financial Accounting (FI) module, and want to implement SAP Treasury Management.

You begin by making the basic settings in SAP Treasury Management.

You are a member of a project team. Your task is to make the basic settings for the SAP Treasury module.

Overview of Treasury Management
Overview of Treasury Management

Contents:

Overview of SAP Treasury

Main targets of Treasury

Overview of the product types

SAP Treasury processes

SAP Treasury functions

Overview of the basic functions in Treasury Management

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Course AC810 deals with the basic functions in Treasury Management which are common to all subcomponents (money market, foreign exchange, securities, loans and derivatives). The course centers on general concepts related to transaction and position management and the corresponding Customizing options.

Overview of Treasury Management: Unit Objectives
Overview of Treasury Management: Unit Objectives
Overview of Treasury Management: Unit Objectives  SAP AG 1999 At the conclusion of this unit,

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At the conclusion of this unit, you will be able to:

Provide an overview of the SAP Treasury system State the relevant product types Explain the various processes and basic functions in Treasury Management

Course Overview Diagram
Course Overview Diagram
Course Overview Diagram Overview of Treasury Management Organizational Units Business Partners Banks Transaction and

Overview of Treasury Management

Organizational Units

Business Partners

Banks

Transaction and Position Management - Preparation

Transaction and Position Management - Structure

Transaction and Position Management - Process

Payment Program for Payment Requests

Market Data Management

Information System

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Overview of Treasury Management: Business Scenario
Overview of Treasury Management: Business
Scenario
Overview of Treasury Management: Business Scenario  SAP AG 1999 Before you begin your work in

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Before you begin your work in the project team, you want to gain an overview of SAP Treasury.

Which products and processes can be mapped using the new Treasury system? What functions are available?

Which functions form the basis for mapping financial transactions?

You are a member of a project team. Your task is to make the basic settings for the SAP Treasury module.

Overview of SAP Treasury
Overview of SAP Treasury
Overview of SAP Treasury Download Market data TMTM Business LoansLoans partner DerivativesDerivatives

Download

Overview of SAP Treasury Download Market data TMTM Business LoansLoans partner DerivativesDerivatives
Market data TMTM Business LoansLoans partner DerivativesDerivatives SecuritiesSecurities MoneyMoney MktMkt
Market data
TMTM
Business
LoansLoans
partner
DerivativesDerivatives
SecuritiesSecurities
MoneyMoney MktMkt ForexForex

Bank data

SecuritiesSecurities MoneyMoney MktMkt ForexForex Bank data Financial Accounting DD CC DD CC Logistics 100100
SecuritiesSecurities MoneyMoney MktMkt ForexForex Bank data Financial Accounting DD CC DD CC Logistics 100100
SecuritiesSecurities MoneyMoney MktMkt ForexForex Bank data Financial Accounting DD CC DD CC Logistics 100100
SecuritiesSecurities MoneyMoney MktMkt ForexForex Bank data Financial Accounting DD CC DD CC Logistics 100100
Financial Accounting DD CC DD CC Logistics 100100 100100
Financial Accounting
DD
CC
DD
CC
Logistics
100100
100100

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Market Risk Management:

Interest/currency exposure

Sensitivities

Mark-to-market

Risk analysis/simulation

Value at risk

Transaction Management

Management of financial transactions and positions

Transfer to Financial Accounting

Flexible reporting and portfolio analysis

Datafeed interface

Cash Management:

Electronic banking

Liquidity status

Integrated operational systems

Control functions

The objective of SAP Treasury is to ensure efficient liquidity, portfolio and risk management.

SAP Treasury is subdivided into the following areas:

Cash Management (CM) offers tools for efficient liquidity analysis.

Treasury Management (TM) and Loans Management (LO) support financial transaction and position management.

Market Risk Management (MRM) provides methods and procedures for assessing risk positions.

Main Targets of Treasury
Main Targets of Treasury

Priority

Target

%1)
%1)

1

Ensure liquidity

95
95

2

Optimize financing costs

92
92

3

Optimize yields on financial assets

74
74

4

Hedge costs (e.g. against possible exchange rate fluctuations)

61
61

5

Hedge sales (e.g. against possible exchange rate fluctuations)

52
52

6

Contribute to profit through active management of open positions

30
30

1) % of all companies surveyed Source: Top 500 Survey (Germany) conducted in 1994 by Price Waterhouse

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SAP Support for Business Requirements
SAP Support for Business Requirements
Treasury in conjunction with other SAP modules (FI, MM, SD) Data integration Central decision-making Several
Treasury in
conjunction with
other SAP modules
(FI, MM, SD)
Data integration
Central decision-making
Several currencies
Automatic processes
Cash Management
Analysis of financial
resources
Investment / borrowing
Data entry
Monitoring
Back office
Reporting
Risk management
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Electronic banking Money Market Securities Loans
Electronic banking
Money Market
Securities
Loans
Foreign Exchange Derivatives
Foreign Exchange
Derivatives
Selection of Relevant Product Types
Selection of Relevant Product Types
Product types Investment/borrowing Hedging instruments instruments Money market Securities Loans Forex Derivatives
Product types
Investment/borrowing
Hedging instruments
instruments
Money market
Securities
Loans
Forex
Derivatives

Fixed-term

Stocks

Mortgage

Forex spot

Caps / Floors

deposits

Subscription

loans

deals

FRAs

Deposits at

rights

Borrower's

Forward

Swaps

notice

Investment

note loans

exchange

-

Interest rate

Commercial

certificates

Policy

deals

-

Cross-currency

Paper

Bonds

loans

Forex swaps

interest rate

Convertible

Other

OTC options

bonds

loans

-

Currency

Warrant

-

Interest rate

bonds

-

Securities

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Warrants

- Swaption, IRG Futures

You can smooth out short-term liquidity deficits and surpluses using money market or foreign exchange transactions. The system also maps securities and loans transactions for borrowing and investing in the medium to long term.

Derivative financial instruments allow you to hedge against interest rate and currency risks.

Identifying Treasury Processes
Identifying Treasury Processes
Earnings/ risk targets
Earnings/
risk targets
Identifying Treasury Processes Earnings/ risk targets Feedback Revision of Adjustments planned targets Decision

Feedback

Revision of Adjustments planned targets Decision
Revision of
Adjustments
planned targets
Decision

FinancialFinancial

transactionstransactions

Decision Financial Financial transactions transactions Analysis (planning) Analysis and trading process
Decision Financial Financial transactions transactions Analysis (planning) Analysis and trading process
Analysis (planning)
Analysis
(planning)

Analysis and trading process

Transaction and position management process

and trading process Transaction and position management process Documentation and control functions  SAP AG 1999

Documentation and control functions

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From a strategic point of view, the analysis and trading process is the starting point for the various Treasury processes. At this stage, you identify and analyze the liquidity and risk positions on the basis of the risk and earnings targets you have defined. SAP Treasury provides special tools and methods with which you can perform an integrated analysis of your company's financial and risk situation.

Once you have decided to conclude certain financial transactions, you enter the trading processes for these transactions in SAP Treasury Management (TM/LO). Treasury Management also supports functions for managing transactions and the related financial positions at later stages.

A range of documentation and control functions are available for all Treasury activities. They allow you to perform evaluations for specific instruments or groups of instruments at each stage of the Treasury process. This fulfills the various documentation and control requirements of both Financial Accounting and Treasury.

Analysis and Trading Process Earnings/Earnings/ riskrisk targetstargets Controlling Assessment Information
Analysis and Trading Process
Earnings/Earnings/
riskrisk targetstargets
Controlling
Assessment
Information
Processing
Targets
of possible
Decision
procurement
Control
solutions
Instruments
Internal:
Identification
Methods
- Liquidity
Select one
alternative
of appropriate
Measurements
status
financial
- Risk position
transactions
Trading
Back office
Accounting
Reporting
Simulation
External:
of alternative
- Market data
results
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From a strategic point of view, the analysis and trading process is the starting point for the various Treasury processes. At this stage, you identify and analyze the liquidity and risk positions on the basis of the risk and earnings targets you have defined. SAP Treasury provides special tools and methods with which you can perform an integrated analysis of your company's financial and risk situation.

Transaction and Position Management Process
Transaction and Position Management Process

Trading

Release

Transaction and Position Management Process Trading Release Back office Create new offer/ order/contract
Back office

Back office

Back office
Back office
and Position Management Process Trading Release Back office Create new offer/ order/contract Exercise/expiration
and Position Management Process Trading Release Back office Create new offer/ order/contract Exercise/expiration

Create new offer/ order/contract Exercise/expiration Terminations Rollovers Exercising rights

Settlement/control Interest rate adjustment Netting Referencing Confirmation letters Securities account transfers Corporate actions

Accounting

Postings Payment transactions Reversals Accruals/deferrals Valuation

User authorization Limit management
User authorization
Limit management

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The transaction and position management processes are divided into the following areas:

The trading area comprises functions for entering transactions and exercising rights. In the back office area, the transactions are settled (checked). The back office also covers processes related to position management, such as securities account transfers. In the accounting area, you make the postings for the various activities to the subledger. From here, the posting information is transferred to the FI general ledger.

The basic structure of the trading and transaction management processes is the same for all the Treasury Management components. This forms the basis for integrating and processing transactions within the SAP System and provides the framework for adapting the way transactions are represented in the system to suit company-specific requirements.

You can authorize different users for different activities in the transaction and position management process. This allows you to separate trading, back office and accounting functions by employee. In addition, the limit management function enables you to assign a range of different limit amounts to different transactions.

You can configure the system to require transactions to be released for posting by one or several (different) person(s).

Short-Term Financial Instruments
Short-Term Financial Instruments
TR-TMTR-TM Money market instruments: - Fixed-term deposits - Deposits at notice - Commercial Paper -
TR-TMTR-TM
Money market
instruments:
- Fixed-term deposits
- Deposits at notice
- Commercial Paper
- Cash flow
transactions
TR-TMTR-TM Forex instruments: - Spot transactions - Fwd transactions - Currency swaps  SAP AG
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Forex
instruments:
- Spot transactions
- Fwd transactions
- Currency swaps
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Liquidity position

Planning horizon

SurplusSurplus

DeficitDeficit

Short-termShort-term

InvestmentInvestment

MoneyMoney marketmarket

ForeignForeign

exchangeexchange

BorrowingBorrowing MoneyMoney marketmarket ForeignForeign exchangeexchange

Long-termLong-term

Investment

Securities

Loans

Borrowing

Loans

In the Money Market area, cash flow transactions allow you to represent a wide range of transactions flexibly by manually entering not just the term, but also the cash flow generated for the transaction as a result of position changes, expenses, earnings, revenues, payments, and so on.

Medium- to Long-Term Financial Instruments
Medium- to Long-Term Financial Instruments

Liquidity position

Planning horizon

SurplusSurplus

DeficitDeficit

Short-termShort-term

Investment Money market Foreign exchange

Borrowing Money market Foreign exchange

Long-termLong-term

InvestmentInvestment

SecuritiesSecurities

LoansLoans

BorrowingBorrowing

LoansLoans

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TR-TMTR-TM Securities: - Stock - Bond -
TR-TMTR-TM
Securities:
-
Stock
-
Bond
-
TR-TMTR-TM Loans: - Mortgage loan - Borrower's note loan - Financing loan - Policy loan
TR-TMTR-TM
Loans:
-
Mortgage loan
-
Borrower's note loan
-
Financing loan
-
Policy loan
-
Hedging Instruments
Hedging Instruments

Risk situation

Planning horizon

Hedging Instruments Risk situation Planning horizon Interest Interest rate rate risk risk Currency Currency risk

InterestInterest

raterate riskrisk

CurrencyCurrency

riskrisk

Short-termShort-term

Long-termLong-term

DerivativeDerivative financialfinancial instrumentsinstruments

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TR-TMTR-TM Derivative instruments: - Interest rate swap - Cap - Floor -
TR-TMTR-TM
Derivative
instruments:
-
Interest rate swap
-
Cap
-
Floor
-
Treasury Management: Functions Complete financial transaction and position management
Treasury Management: Functions
Complete financial transaction and position management
Complete financial transaction and position management Support of trading and back office functions Functions to

Support of trading and back office functions

Functions to monitor, check and release transactions

Data transfer to Financial Accounting (including accrual/deferral and valuation)

Flexible settings for company-specific transaction and position management processes

Financial transactions assigned to portfolios or managed in securities accounts

Flexible reporting and portfolio analysis

Datafeed interface

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Basic Functions of Treasury Management
Basic Functions of Treasury Management

Structure of financial transactions

FIFI
FIFI

Financial

Accounting

AMAM
AMAM

Asset

Accounting

Central data

Examples: Business partners, banks

Money market

Derivatives

Foreign

exchange

Securities

Loans

COCO
COCO

Controlling

Central functions Examples: Traders/users, currencies, correspondence, financial mathematics, posting logic, payment transactions, workflow, archiving, market data, information system

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Overview of Treasury Management: Unit Summary
Overview of Treasury Management: Unit Summary
Overview of Treasury Management: Unit Summary SAP Treasury is subdivided into three areas: Cash Management Treasury

SAP Treasury is subdivided into three areas:

Cash Management Treasury Management / Loans Management Market Risk Management

You can represent financial transactions in Treasury Management using different processes

The SAP Treasury Management functions span the complete transaction management process, from the trading stage through back-office processing to Financial Accounting

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Data Used in the Exercises

Explanation of the symbols used in the exercises and solutions

Exercises

Exercises

Solutions

Solutions

Unit objectives

Unit objectives

Business scenario

Business scenario

Tips & tricks

Tips & tricks

Warning or caution

Warning or caution

Data used in the exercises

Data

Data in the training system

Data in the IDES system

Company codes

TR00 through TR20

1000

G/L

accounts

113100, 113105, 113113 113913, 118888

113100, 113105, 113113

 

118888

Treasury business partner

DEUBA – Deutsche Bank CITI – Citibank broker

1000 – Deutsche Bank

CM

groupings

BANKEN (Bank account history) BANK-IST (Status of available bank accounts)

BANKEN (Bank account history) BANK-IST (Status of available bank accounts)

 

PERSONEN (Customers, vendors and clearing accounts)

PERSONEN (Customers, vendors and clearing accounts)

GESAMT

GESAMT

(Total display)

(Total display)

Notes to the exercises:

Create your transactions in UNI, CHF, or USD. Exchange rates have only been maintained for these currencies.

Do not delete any existing Customizing entries.

You should only add new entries.

Overview of Treasury Management

Exercises

Unit: Overview of Treasury Management easury Management

Management Exercises Unit: Overview of Tr easury Management • SAP R/3 Treasury applications • Relevant product

SAP R/3 Treasury applications

Relevant product types

You want to gain an overview of the SAP R/3 Treasury module. SAP R/3 Treasury applications • Relevant product types 1-1 Log on to the system with your

1-1

Log on to the system with your User "TREA-XX".

"XX" = Your group ID number = Your PC number

1-2

Browse through the various menu items in the Treasury application to get an overview of the different functions.

1-3

Familiarize yourself with the structure of the Customizing settings.

Overview of Treasury Management Solutions

Overview of Trea sury Management Solutions Unit: Overview of Treasury Management 1-1 Log on to the

Unit: Overview of Treasury Management

1-1

Log on to the system with your User "TREA-XX". Your instructor will tell you which system to use. Make sure that you use the correct client, and inform the other person in your group of the new password.

1-2

Overview of the various functions

Accounting Treasury Treasury Management Basic Functions / Money Market / Foreign Exchange / Derivatives / Securities / Market Risk Management

1-3

Overview of Customizing

Tools AcceleratedSAP Customizing Project Management Button: SAP Reference IMG Treasury Treasury Management

Organizational Units
Organizational Units

Contents:

SAP R/3 in your company

Client and company code

Portfolio and securities account

Users and traders

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Organizational Units: Unit Objectives
Organizational Units: Unit Objectives
Organizational Units: Unit Objectives  SAP AG 1999 At the conclusion of this unit, you will

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At the conclusion of this unit, you will be able to:

Explain the relationship between the Customizing settings and the application

Identify the organizational units in SAP Treasury

Configure trader and user data

Course Overview Diagram
Course Overview Diagram

Overview of Treasury Management

Organizational Units

Diagram Overview of Treasury Management Organizational Units Business Partners Banks Transaction and Position Management

Business Partners

Banks

Transaction and Position Management - Preparation

Transaction and Position Management - Structure

Transaction and Position Management - Process

Payment Program for Payment Requests

Market Data Management

Information System

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Organizational Units: Business Scenario
Organizational Units: Business Scenario
Organizational Units: Business Scenario  SAP AG 1999 You want to gain an overview of the

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You want to gain an overview of the organizational units in SAP Treasury and answer the following questions:

How do the Customizing settings affect how I work in the productive system?

What options are available for managing financial positions

How can I ensure that the trader data is assigned to the correct users and stored with the individual financial transactions?

You are a member of a project team. Your task is to make the basic settings for the SAP Treasury module.

SAP R/3 in Your Company
SAP R/3 in Your Company
Requirements R/3 Customizing
Requirements
R/3
Customizing

Company

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Application

Customizing is the term used to describe the process of adapting the standard settings delivered with the system to suit company-specific requirements.

Customizing settings determine the options in the application. For example, you may only want to permit certain entries, or allow users to perform specific activities.

You usually customize the system once when you go live with the SAP system. You can make any Customizing settings you require for day-to-day business (but which are not vital to system operations) using application functions.

Customizing and Application
Customizing and Application
IMGIMG Treasury Management - Basic Functions Business Partners Industry
IMGIMG
Treasury Management
-
Basic Functions
Business Partners
Industry
Management - Basic Functions Business Partners Industry ChangeChange BusinessBusiness PartnerPartner Partner Deuba
ChangeChange BusinessBusiness PartnerPartner Partner Deuba Industry F4 Possible entries
ChangeChange BusinessBusiness PartnerPartner
Partner
Deuba
Industry
F4
Possible entries

Industry

Description

Industry

Description

0001

Banks

0001

Banks

0002

Insurance

0002

Insurance

0003

.

.

.

0003

.

.

.

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The Implementation Guide (IMG) lists all the activities that can be customized for each application.

Customizing settings determine the options in the application. For example, you may only want to permit certain entries, or allow users to perform specific activities.

Organizational Units
Organizational Units
Client
Client

Company codeOrganizational Units Client Business area Controlling area  SAP AG 1999 Portfolio Portfolio SecuritiesSecurities

Business areaOrganizational Units Client Company code Controlling area  SAP AG 1999 Portfolio Portfolio SecuritiesSecurities

Controlling areaOrganizational Units Client Company code Business area  SAP AG 1999 Portfolio Portfolio SecuritiesSecurities

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Company code Business area Controlling area  SAP AG 1999 Portfolio Portfolio SecuritiesSecurities accountaccount

PortfolioPortfolio

SecuritiesSecurities accountaccount
SecuritiesSecurities
accountaccount
Portfolio Portfolio SecuritiesSecurities accountaccount The Treasury modules use the central SAP organizational
Portfolio Portfolio SecuritiesSecurities accountaccount The Treasury modules use the central SAP organizational
Portfolio Portfolio SecuritiesSecurities accountaccount The Treasury modules use the central SAP organizational
Portfolio Portfolio SecuritiesSecurities accountaccount The Treasury modules use the central SAP organizational

The Treasury modules use the central SAP organizational structures. This ensures that the Treasury system is integrated with the other SAP applications.

The client is a self-contained unit within the SAP system (commercially, organizationally, and technically) with separate master records and its own set of tables. Client data applies for all

company codes and organizational structures. The client usually represents the corporate group level.

A company code (FI) is the smallest organizational unit for which a complete, self-contained set of accounts can be drawn up for external reporting. The company code is the unit for which you record all the posting activities and generate all the documents for financial statements (balance sheet, profit and loss account). A client can have several company codes, which enables you to manage the accounts for several independent companies at the same time.

Business areas (FI) are organizational units for internal financial accounting. They are used to group G/L transaction figures for internal evaluations (internal balance sheet/P&L). You can define business areas across several company codes.

Controlling areas (CO) are organizational units within an enterprise for which you can perform comprehensive cost accounting.

You can make further subdivisions in SAP Treasury by defining Treasury-specific evaluation groups, such as portfolios and securities accounts.

Position Management Options
Position Management Options
Company code position For several securities accounts At portfolio level At securities account level For
Company code position
For several securities accounts
At portfolio level
At securities account level
For single items

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The level at which you manage your financial positions is of fundamental importance. Position management is the basis for valuation.

In the money market, foreign exchange, derivatives and loans areas, you manage transactions as single items. You can manage securities positions for a securities account, portfolio, for several securities accounts, and in some cases, as single items.

Securities Account and Portfolio
Securities Account and Portfolio

CompanyCompany codecode positionposition

and Portfolio Company Company code code position position Portfolio Portfolio Portfolio Portfolio position

PortfolioPortfolio

PortfolioPortfolio

positionposition 11

positionposition 22

position position 1 1 position position 2 2 Sec. acct Sec. acct position 1 position 2

Sec. acct

Sec. acct

position 1

position 2

position 2 2 Sec. acct Sec. acct position 1 position 2 Single Single items items 

Single

Single

items

items

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You can create several portfolios within a company code.

You can assign several securities accounts to a portfolio. (You can only assign a securities account to one portfolio.)

You use securities accounts to manage and value your positions. You need them for all transactions that require position management. This primarily applies for listed securities. You can use securities accounts as a basis for generating securities account statements, evaluating positions, and performing securities account transfers. A securities account in the system usually relates to an existing securities account at a bank. Securities accounts ensure that the legal framework and the related administrative rules can be observed.

A portfolio is an evaluation unit in the company code, to which you can assign securities accounts (securities area) or financial transactions (money market, forex, derivatives, borrower's note loans). You can use portfolios to run an aggregated evaluation of different financial products. A portfolio also acts as a risk management instrument for controlling and evaluating a your company's risk positions. In the securities area, you can value positions for accounting purposes at portfolio level.

Define Portfolios
Define Portfolios

Company code

1000

Define Portfolios Company code 1000 Treasury: Portfolio position Portfolio Portfolio name SEC_1 Securities
Treasury: Portfolio position Portfolio Portfolio name SEC_1 Securities portfolio 1 SEC_2 Securities portfolio 2
Treasury: Portfolio position
Portfolio
Portfolio name
SEC_1
Securities portfolio 1
SEC_2
Securities portfolio 2
BOND
Bond portfolio
FXPORT
Forex portfolio
CREDIT
Credit portfolio
MONEY_1
Money market portfolio 1
MONEY_2
Money market portfolio 2
F_ASSETS
Fixed assets
C_ASSETS
Current assets

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To evaluate and value positions at portfolio level, you first have to define the portfolios.

You define your company-specific portfolios in Customizing. An example of a possible entry would be a trader portfolio.

Securities Account Master Data
Securities Account Master Data
 
 
 

Company code

1000 Account++
1000
Account++
 
Company code 1000 Account++  
 

Securities account

 

Sec. acct name

Bank information Depository bank DEUBA Sec. acct number 22224446 Clearing account 87575733
Bank information
Depository bank
DEUBA
Sec. acct number
22224446
Clearing account
87575733

House bank

House bank 1000 House bank acct 1000
House bank
1000
House bank acct
1000

:

:

Portfolio

?
?

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The securities accounts you create in the system usually represent existing securities accounts at a bank.

Meaning of selected fields in the securities account master data:

Depository bank: Partner ID of the bank where the securities account is kept. You first create the bank as a business partner in the role of "depository bank".

Securities account number: Number used to manage the securities account at the depository bank.

Clearing account: Account number of the cash clearing account at the depository bank.

Internal bank account: Account number of the cash clearing account in SAP Financial Accounting.

Blocking type: If a restraint on disposal applies to the entire securities account, you must specify the blocking type.

Block flag until: Date until which the restraint on disposal applies for the securities account.

Portfolio: Assignment of the securities account to a portfolio. This field is displayed if the Portfolio indicator is set in Customizing.

Business area: When you post a transaction, the system uses the business area defined in the securities account master data. If there is no entry in the securities account master data, the system uses the entry in the account assignment reference.

Defining Trader and User Data
Defining Trader and User Data
Trader 01 Trader 02 Trader 03 Company code 1000 User M T WDC REC Trader
Trader 01
Trader 02
Trader 03
Company code
1000
User
M T WDC REC
Trader
Brown
M
T
1
Trader 01

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You define traders per company code. If a trader is active in several company codes, you have to make the relevant settings in each company code.

You can define trader-specific input rules as user data. For example, M = million, T = thousand. WDC enables you to carry out a working day check, and REC a rate entry check.

Once you have created the trader (and assigned a user name), you must assign this person authorizations for the transactions he or she is allowed to conclude.

Traders: Trader Authorizations
Traders: Trader Authorizations
Traders: Trader Authorizations Trader01 Assign  SAP AG 1999 TraderTrader authorizationauthorization Treasury
Trader01 Assign
Trader01
Assign

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TraderTrader authorizationauthorization Treasury Authorization Money market Fixed-term deposit X 51 A Fixed-term
TraderTrader
authorizationauthorization
Treasury
Authorization
Money market
Fixed-term deposit
X
51 A Fixed-term deposit
100
Investment
200
Borrowing
Deposit at notice
52 A Call money
100
Investment
200
Borrowing

When you assign transaction authorizations for traders, you can restrict the trading powers to certain financial instruments (such as money market), product categories, product types, or transaction types. A higher-level authorization means that a trader is allowed to create any transaction below this level. For example, a trader authorized for the Money Market area automatically has authorization to conclude a fixed-term deposit or a deposit at notice. Similarly, authorization for a product category automatically includes the product type and transaction type levels below it.

Before you can assign trader authorizations, you must define the trader in Customizing.

To run evaluations that concentrate on the transactions or positions of a trader, you can store the name of the trader in the transaction. You can enter the trader name manually when you conclude the transaction, or let the system propose the trader name automatically on the basis of the user name. You can assign specific user data to your traders. This speeds up data entry, and allows you to use automatic checks for working days and rates/prices (on the basis of defined deviation intervals).

The logic for assigning authorizations is the same as for business partner authorizations.

Organizational Units: Unit Summary
Organizational Units: Unit Summary
Organizational Units: Unit Summary  SAP AG 1999 The entry and selection options in the application

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The entry and selection options in the application depend on the settings made in Customizing.

The Treasury modules make use of the central SAP organizational structures. There are also Treasury-specific portfolios and securities accounts.

If you want to record trader data with your financial transactions, you set up corresponding traders in Customizing and assign authorizations to them in the application.

Organizational Units Exercises

Unit: Organizational Units Topic: Defining Organizational Units Topic: Defining Organizational Units

Organizational Units Topic: Defining Organizational Units • Organizational units in SAP Treasury • Configuring

Organizational units in SAP Treasury

Configuring trader and user data

You first want to gain an overview of the organizational units used in SAP Treasury. You then want to assign corresponding trader data to the system users. SAP Treasury. You then want to assign corresponding trader data to the system users.

1-1

Create the following portfolio for your company code TRXX in Customizing:

Portf-XX.

1-2

Create your own trader in Customizing using the name "T-XX", overwriting the entry "TREASURERXX". Assign your user name TREA-XX to this trader.

1-3

The trader is authorized to conclude money market, foreign exchange, derivatives and securities transactions. Define the corresponding authorizations for your trader.

Organizational Units Solutions Unit: Organizational Units Topic: Defining Organizational Units 1-1 Create portfolio

Organizational Units Solutions

Unit: Organizational Units Topic: Defining Organizational Units

1-1

Create portfolio

Customizing:

Treasury Treasury Management Basic Functions Organization Define Portfolio

Enter your company code TRXX and choose New entries (button). Save your entries.

1-2

Create trader and assign user name

Customizing:

Treasury Treasury Management Basic Functions Organization Define Trader

Enter your company code TRXX and choose New entries (button). Save your entries.

Treasury Treasury Management Basic Functions Organization Define User Data

Find your user and overwrite TREASURERXX with your new trader T-XX. Save your entries.

1-3

Create user authorizations

Application:

Accounting Treasury Treasury Management Basic Functions Master Data Trader Authorization

Enter your trader T-XX and your company code TRXX, and choose Enter. Set the indicators and save your entries.

Business Partners
Business Partners

Contents:

Data Classification

Role category / role type

Grouping / number ranges

Views / Field modification

Relationships Release

Transaction authorizations

Standing instructions

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Business Partners: Unit Objectives
Business Partners: Unit Objectives
Business Partners: Unit Objectives  SAP AG 1999 At the conclusion of this unit, you will

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At the conclusion of this unit, you will be able to:

Fully configure business partners and assign authorizations Define standing instructions

Course Overview Diagram
Course Overview Diagram

Overview of Treasury Management

Organizational Units

Diagram Overview of Treasury Management Organizational Units Business Partners Banks Transaction and Position Management

Business Partners

Banks

Transaction and Position Management - Preparation

Transaction and Position Management - Structure

Transaction and Position Management - Process

Payment Program for Payment Requests

Market Data Management

Information System

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Business Partners: Business Scenario
Business Partners: Business Scenario
Business Partners: Business Scenario  SAP AG 1999 Before you can conclude financial transactions with a

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Before you can conclude financial transactions with a business partner, you must create the partner in the Basic Functions area of the application. To do this, you must first make the corresponding settings in Customizing.

You only want to authorize your business partners for certain transactions.

When you create transactions with a business partner, you want the system to default to certain settings you have defined for that partner. What options are available?

You are a member of a project team. Your task is to make the basic settings for the SAP Treasury module.

Business Partners - Overview
Business Partners - Overview

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Control

data

Customizing

Roles

Relationships

General

Prerequisite for CreatingCreating businessbusiness partnerspartners Prerequisite for CreatingCreating
Prerequisite
for
CreatingCreating businessbusiness partnerspartners
Prerequisite
for
CreatingCreating financialfinancial transactionstransactions
businessbusiness partnerspartners Prerequisite for CreatingCreating financialfinancial transactionstransactions

Depending on your liquidity situation (CM), your risk situation (MRM), and the revenue and risk targets you have set, you conclude certain financial transactions with your business partners. Example: You have a liquidity surplus, and invest this surplus amount with the business partner "Bank A" as a fixed-term deposit.

The functions for entering transactions are based on the Customizing settings for the transaction

architecture (product types, transaction types, partner information (address, bank details, …).

),

and certain application data, such as business

In SAP Treasury, enter each financial transaction with a (specific) business partner. The business partner data must be available before you enter the transaction. The settings that have been made for business partners in Customizing determine the options available for creating business partners in the application.

Roles and Functions
Roles and Functions
Natural person Organization Borrower Interested party Agent/counterparty Lawyer Treasury partner Surveyor
Natural
person
Organization
Borrower
Interested party
Agent/counterparty
Lawyer
Treasury partner
Surveyor
Beneficiary
Issuer
Depository bank
Trustee
Payer/payee
Assigning institution
Guarantor

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A business partner is one of the following:

A natural person

An organization

A group of people or organizations in which you have a business interest

In the SAP Treasury system, you conclude transactions with business partners. Banks or central treasury departments are typical partners.

You create a master record for each business partner.

You can assign several roles or functions to one business partner. A role (= role category) specifies the characteristics a business partner must have before you can perform certain transaction activities with that partner. The business partner roles are used to record the functions of a business partner in a particular transaction. Example: A business partner acting as a borrower or a treasury partner.

Business Partner Data: Overview
Business Partner Data: Overview

Business

partner

Business Partner Data: Overview Business partner Central data Name Address overview Bank details Personal data
Business Partner Data: Overview Business partner Central data Name Address overview Bank details Personal data
Business Partner Data: Overview Business partner Central data Name Address overview Bank details Personal data

Central data

Partner Data: Overview Business partner Central data Name Address overview Bank details Personal data

Name Address overview Bank details Personal data Employment data Legal data Fiscal years Additional data Relationships

General role

data

years Additional data Relationships General role data Role overview Role data Credit standing Tax data Reg.

Role overview Role data Credit standing Tax data Reg. reporting data Control data Bank

Company code data

Reg. reporting data Control data Bank Company code data Account information Account interest Autom. pmnt transact.

Account information Account interest Autom. pmnt transact. Payment data Dunning data Reg. reporting data Control data Relationships

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The user interface for the business partner data was redesigned as part of the Enjoy project. The new screen layout uses tabstrips that let you navigate between the individual business partner views. You can still navigate as before using the menu.

The data you can maintain for business partners is divided into three areas:

Central data This data is available for every business partner, regardless of the partner role.

General data General data is held centrally for all roles. Access to this data can vary according to the role category, depending on the settings in Customizing (role-view-assignment).

Company code-dependent data Data that only applies for a particular role category in the respective company code.

Each of these areas is divided into different views.

Creating a Business Partner ?? Business partner Grouping Role category ApplicationApplication levellevel
Creating a Business Partner
??
Business partner
Grouping
Role category
ApplicationApplication levellevel
Classification
Organization
Natural person
Collective partner
System
level

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When you create a business partner in the system, you must specify the classification and the grouping in the initial screen. You can assign a role (= role category) when you create the partner, or at a later date.

The classification options and role categories are predefined in the system.

You define the grouping in Customizing, and use it to classify the business partners according to your own criteria.

Customizing and Application
Customizing and Application
Classification Customizing Grouping Role category Views Field modifications Relationship categories Relationship
Classification
Customizing
Grouping
Role category
Views
Field modifications
Relationship categories
Relationship types
modifications Relationship categories Relationship types  SAP AG 1999 Data entered Business partner
modifications Relationship categories Relationship types  SAP AG 1999 Data entered Business partner

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Data entered

Business partner

authorization

Application
Application

Standing

instructions

Examples: Grouping1: Grouping 2: You can link business partners using relationships . You have to
Examples: Grouping1: Grouping 2: You can link business partners using relationships . You have to

Examples: Grouping1:

Grouping 2:

You can link business partners using relationships.

You have to authorize the business partner for the permitted transactions.

Number ranges

Role type

for the permitted transactions. Number ranges Role type Classification : You create a business partner either

Classification: You create a business partner either as an "organization" or a "natural" person. The classification affects the data you enter (for example, legal form for an organization, marital status for a natural person).

The grouping lets you classify business partners according to your own criteria.

Partners for money market, forex, and derivatives transactions Partners for loan transactions

The business partner roles (role categories) are used to record the functions of a business partner in a particular transaction. The role category determines which application functions are permitted or excluded.

You can use the field modification functions to define which fields in the respective business partner views are required, optional, or suppressed.

The data the user enters is divided into central data, general data, and company code data.

Standing instructions are general agreements made with a business partner for processing similar types of transactions.

Grouping
Grouping

TR

CreateCreate

businessbusiness

partnerpartner

FI

CreateCreate

customercustomer

created

automatically

Customizing:   Grp. TR01 TR02 TR partner (int.) TR partner (ext.) Curr. no. Ext. 5
Customizing:   Grp. TR01 TR02 TR partner (int.) TR partner (ext.) Curr. no. Ext. 5
Customizing:   Grp. TR01 TR02 TR partner (int.) TR partner (ext.) Curr. no. Ext. 5
Customizing:   Grp. TR01 TR02 TR partner (int.) TR partner (ext.) Curr. no. Ext. 5
Customizing:   Grp. TR01 TR02 TR partner (int.) TR partner (ext.) Curr. no. Ext. 5

Customizing:

 
Customizing:  
Grp. TR01 TR02
Grp. TR01 TR02

Grp.

TR01

TR02

TR partner (int.) TR partner (ext.) Curr. no. Ext. 5 X Acct group Descr. of

TR partner (int.) TR partner (ext.)

Curr. no.

Ext.

5
5
X
X
TR partner (int.) TR partner (ext.) Curr. no. Ext. 5 X

Acct group Descr. of grp.

 

BP grouping

   
 

Fr. no.

000001

To no.

000099

 

AAAAAA

ZZZZZZ

   

Number ranges

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You define the number range for the business partner via the business partner grouping. This number range controls whether the business partner key is assigned internally by the system, or externally by the user. It also determines whether the key must be numeric or alphanumeric.

In addition, you use the business partner grouping to create the link to Financial Accounting by assigning a corresponding customer account group. If you create a partner and call up views that are relevant for processing on the basis of customer accounts, the system automatically creates an FI customer. Customer-based views:

Bank details; tax data; control data; account information; account interest; automatic payment transactions; payment data; dunning data.

To map payment flows in Cash Management, you assign a planning group to the business partner (Company code data -> Account information). This ensures that payment flows are included in Cash Management, even if the payment details are missing in the transaction.

Define Role Types / Role-View Assignment
Define Role Types / Role-View Assignment
RoleC Name of role type RType Name of role category A001 Domestic treasury partner Foreign
RoleC
Name of role type
RType
Name of role category
A001
Domestic treasury partner
Foreign treasury partner
1000
Treasury partner
A002
1000
Treasury partner
RoleC Name of role category View Description 1000 Treasury partner 0100 General: Credit standing 1000
RoleC
Name of role category
View
Description
1000
Treasury partner
0100
General: Credit standing
1000
Treasury partner
0190
CoCd: Control
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The functions of the business partner in the transaction are defined using business partner roles (role categories). You can refine the role categories predefined in the system by defining role types in Customizing. Example: You could vary the standard address according to role category.

In Customizing you can define which data views can be accessed for each role category. Example: If you do not assign the "Dunning data" view to the role category "Issuer", the user cannot call up dunning data for a partner in the role of issuer in the application.

You can use role-view assignment to assign views from the general data and company code data areas to roles. Central data can be called up for all role categories.

Field Modification
Field Modification
?? Field modification . . .
??
Field modification
.
.
.
for activities Act. Short text 01 Create 02 Change 03 Display
for activities
Act.
Short text
01
Create
02
Change
03
Display
for role categories Role Name of role category 0100 Borrower : : 1000 Treasury partner
for role categories
Role
Name of role category
0100
Borrower
:
:
1000
Treasury partner
Fld gr. Hide Required Opt.field Display 110 Credit standing o o X o o 382
Fld gr.
Hide
Required
Opt.field
Display
110
Credit standing
o
o
X o
o
382
Industry
o
X o
o
o

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You can configure the individual entry fields in the views using the field selection options in Customizing.

The following options are available for data fields:

- Required

- Optional

- Display only

- Hidden (suppressed)

You can use field selection to configure fields according to activity (create/change/display business partner) or role category. (You have to maintain role-view assignment in order to modify the fields for the role category.)

Business Partners: Relationships
Business Partners: Relationships

Outgoing relationship

"Group subsidiary of" Relationship
"Group subsidiary of"
Relationship

Example:

Parent company

RelationshipRelationship categorycategory

Parent company Relationship Relationship category category Example: Subsidiary Depends upon classification
Parent company Relationship Relationship category category Example: Subsidiary Depends upon classification

Example:

Subsidiary

Depends upon

classification

RelationshipRelationship typestypes

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The selection of relationship categories is predefined in the system and depends on how the business partner is classified.

Example: "Group subsidiary of

"

for an organization, "Wife of

"

for a natural person.

You can differentiate within the given relationship categories by defining your own relationship types.

Business Partners: Relationship Types RelTyp Description RelCat Description SUB2 Important group 0050 Group
Business Partners: Relationship Types
RelTyp
Description
RelCat
Description
SUB2
Important group
0050
Group subsidiary of
subsidiary of

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You define relationship types to refine the relationship categories predefined in the system.

General Customizing Settings
General Customizing Settings
Business partner General In this section you make additional settings that determine the selection options
Business partner
General
In this section you make
additional settings that
determine the selection
options when you enter
business partner data in
the application.
Central data
General data
Company code data
Extras

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Examples of Customizing tasks:

Central data:

Define forms of address

General data:

Maintain ratings for credit standing data

Company code data:

Define planning groups for displaying data in Cash Management

Extras:

Specifications for additional information fields

Business Partners: Data Maintenance
Business Partners: Data Maintenance

Business

partner

Business Partners: Data Maintenance Business partner Central data Name Address overview Bank details Personal data
Business Partners: Data Maintenance Business partner Central data Name Address overview Bank details Personal data
Business Partners: Data Maintenance Business partner Central data Name Address overview Bank details Personal data

Central data

Partners: Data Maintenance Business partner Central data Name Address overview Bank details Personal data

Name Address overview Bank details Personal data Employment data Legal data Fiscal years Additional data Relationships

General

data

Fiscal years Additional data Relationships General data Role overview Role data Credit standing Tax data Reg.

Role overview Role data Credit standing Tax data Reg. reporting data Control data Bank

Company code data

Reg. reporting data Control data Bank Company code data Account information Account interest Autom. pmnt transact.

Account information Account interest Autom. pmnt transact. Payment data Dunning data Reg. reporting data Control data Relationships

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The data you can maintain for business partners is divided into three areas:

Central data

General data

Company code-dependent data

When you create a business partner in the application, the data fields you can maintain in the respective views depend on the following:

Classification

Grouping

Role-view assignment

Field modification

Release Control
Release Control
Release Control Business partners Activate release BPAR X Bus. partner Partner Define release parameters Role cat.

Business partners

Release Control Business partners Activate release BPAR X Bus. partner Partner Define release parameters Role cat.
Activate release BPAR X Bus. partner Partner Define release parameters Role cat. ReSt Active 1000
Activate release
BPAR
X Bus. partner
Partner
Define release parameters
Role cat.
ReSt
Active
1000
22 X

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If you activate the release procedure for business partners in Customizing, any business partner data that is created or changed must be released before you can enter transactions with that partner.

You can apply different release procedures, depending on the role category. For each role category, you assign the appropriate release status (release by one employee, release by two employees, …).

Above example: If you change the data for a business partner with role category 1000, the change must be released by two employees before the business partner can be used.

Business Partners: Standing Instructions
Business Partners: Standing Instructions
TransactionTransaction authorizationsauthorizations
TransactionTransaction
authorizationsauthorizations
PaymentPayment detailsdetails
PaymentPayment
detailsdetails
BusinessBusiness partnerpartner AA
BusinessBusiness partnerpartner AA
CorrespondenceCorrespondence
CorrespondenceCorrespondence

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DerivedDerived flowsflows
DerivedDerived
flowsflows

Standing instructions are general agreements made with a business partner for processing similar types of transactions. You can access the business partner standing instructions for payment details, correspondence, authorizations and derived flows using the tabs on the business partner maintenance screen. The integration of the standing instructions with the business partner data means that the release workflow for business partners can also be applied to the standing instructions. You can also access the standing instructions using a separate menu path.

Agreements can cover:

Authorizations Which financial transactions may be concluded with this partner?

Payment details For transactions with business partner A

==>

The system proposes the payment details for business partner A in the transaction

Correspondence For transactions with business partner A

==>

Fixed setting: Which correspondence is generated for which transactions?

Derived flows For transactions with business partner A

==>

Fixed setting: If the transaction with business partner A contains flow X, add taxes amounting to y% of X.

Business Partner Authorizations
Business Partner Authorizations
Business Partner Authorizations Business Partner A Assign  SAP AG 1999 Bus. partner authorization Treasury
Business Partner A Assign
Business Partner A
Assign

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Bus. partner authorization Treasury Authorization Money market X Fixed-term deposit 51 A Fixed-term dep. 100
Bus. partner
authorization
Treasury
Authorization
Money market
X
Fixed-term deposit
51 A
Fixed-term dep.
100
Investment
200
Borrowing
Deposit at notice
51 B
Call money
100
Investment
200
Borrowing

To use a business partner (BP), you have to:

Create the business partner

Release the business partner (if required)

Authorize the business partner for certain financial transactions

You can only assign transaction authorizations if the business partner has been released (where release is required) and is not flagged for deletion.

You use transaction authorizations to control which transactions can be concluded with a particular business partner. You can assign transaction authorizations at the following levels:

Contract type

Product category

Product type

Transaction type

You have to assign authorization explicitly to each business partner in each company code.

Creating a Business Partner with an FI Customer
Creating a Business Partner with an FI Customer
Business partner Grouping ? Role category Classification • Organization . . Specifications Customer ? Address
Business partner
Grouping
?
Role category
Classification
• Organization
.
.
Specifications
Customer
?
Address ID
?

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You can copy a customer that already exists in FI to create a business partner: The system uses the data entered in the Specifications section to establish a link between the existing customer and the new business partner you are creating.

Business Partners: Unit Summary
Business Partners: Unit Summary
Business Partners: Unit Summary  SAP AG 1999 Before you can conclude financial transactions with a

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Before you can conclude financial transactions with a business partner, you must create, release and authorize the partner in the Basic Functions area of the application. To create business partners in the application, you must first make the corresponding settings in Customizing.

You can set up standing instructions for a specific business partner. The system proposes these values (such as payment details) automatically when you create a transaction with this partner.

Business Partners Exercises

Unit: Business Partners Topic: Business Partner Grouping Topic: Business Partner Grouping

Unit: Business Partners Topic: Business Partner Grouping • Creating a new business partner in the system

Creating a new business partner in the system

Assigning a grouping to the business partner

Before you can conclude financial transactions with a business partner, you must create the partner in the Basic Functions area of the application. To do you must create the partner in the Basic Functions area of the application. To do this, you must first make the corresponding settings in Customizing.

1-1

Is it currently possible to create a business partner with the business partner grouping "TR01" and your own name "BPXX"?

YES

NO

1-2

In Customizing, create a business partner grouping that allows you to assign an external business partner name with alphabetic characters (number assignment). Name the grouping G-XX (choose "DEBI" for the account group).

Unit: Business Partners Topic: Roles / Functions Topic: Roles / Functions

Unit: Business Partners Topic: Roles / Functions • Creating a new business partner in the system

Creating a new business partner in the system

Assigning roles and functions to the business partner.

You want to create a new business partner with whom you can conclude treasury transactions. To do this, you must assign the role "Treasury partner" to your partner. treasury transactions. To do this, you must assign the role "Treasury partner" to your partner.

2-1

In future, you want to conclude transactions with the business partner BPXX. Create the partner "BPXX" as an organization (initially without roles). Use your own grouping G-XX.

2-2

Call up the various views using the tabs, or by choosing Goto -> Central data / General data / Company code data.

(Note: Only the Central data and the role overview can be displayed.)

2-3

To conclude money market, foreign exchange and derivatives transactions, assign the role of Treasury partner to the business partner. Call up the various business partner views again.

(Note: Now - after adding a role - you can call up the General data and Company code data views.)

Unit: Business Partners Topic: Additional data• Creating additional data for a business partner. You want to enter additional master data

Unit: Business Partners Topic: Additional data • Creating additional data for a business partner. You want

Creating additional data for a business partner.

You want to enter additional master data for your business partner, such as additional addresses, informa tion about relationships with other business partners, or the business partner's as additional addresses, information about relationships with other business partners, or the business partner's credit standing.

3-1

Add the following information for your business partner BPXX:

Specify that the business partner in the role of treasury partner is a "domestic treasury partner" (-> Role type).

BPXX is a subsidiary of the existing business partner BP00 (-> outgoing relationship). Define this relationship more precisely as a "very important subsidiary" (-> Relationship type).

The business partner has a standard address and an alternative address.

The partner's credit standing is very good.

The legal form of the organization is a "Limited company" (Ltd). (If necessary, enter account 140000 as the reconciliation account.)

3-2

You want to allow money market and foreign exchange deals with partner BPXX. In the derivatives area, only interest rate swaps should be permitted. Assign corresponding authorizations to the partner in the application.

Business Partners Solutions Unit: Business Partners Topic: Business Partner Grouping 1-1 Is it currently possible

Business Partners Solutions

Unit: Business Partners Topic: Business Partner Grouping

1-1

Is it currently possible to create a business partner with the business partner grouping "TR01" and your own name "BPXX"?

 

YES

 

X

NO

No. The number range assigned to the grouping "TR01" has internal number assignment. As a result, the system does not permit you to enter your own name.

Application:

Treasury Treasury Management Basic Functions Master Data Business Partner Create