Partly Paid Shares

In this, I make an attempt to explain / show the configuration required for recording of subsequent payments in case of partly paid shares.

Below, I show it through the creation of a new update type for the ‘part payment condition’ for partly paid shares which increases the value but not the quantity.

However, in sample customizing from SAP, an update type ‘SAM1002’ is already created and assigned to condition ‘Additional payment’ which can be used for partly paid shares. However, the ‘effect of update type on position component’ might be missing. In this case, the only thing to be done is to assign the ‘position change category’ 1011 to update type SAM1002 (step 9 below) and there is no need to create a new update type and all.


1. Create a Condition Type

Create a condition Type for the additional payment or partly paid shares with FIMA as ‘TD’

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2. Create Condition Group if required

If a condition Group is not already there, create a new one. In our example, we will use the SAP standard condition group called ‘Stocks – partly paid’

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3. Assign Condition Type to Condition Group

We can now assign the condition type created in step 1 above to condition group 11

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4. Ensure Condition Group in Product Type is the same

Ensure that the condition group in the product type is the same as the one in which you have assigned the condition type created in step 1 above. In our example, the condition group to which we assigned the condition type is the same

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5. Create Update Type

Create update Type in the securities account management

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6. Assign Usage to Update Type

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7. Specify the Update Type for Securities Account Management

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8. Assign Update Type to Condition Type

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9. Set the Effect of Update Type on Position Component

Here you make the setting on how the update affects the position component

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10. Indicate the Update Type as Relevant to Posting

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11. Specify Account Determination…….1

Assign Posting Specification to Update Type

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12. Specify Account Determination…….2

Assign GL Accounts to Account Symbols

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7 Responses to Partly Paid Shares

  1. Michael says:

    Is good your blog, but why are you not posting more?

    Best regards

    • Thanks for your comment. I have not had time. Maybe by early next year I will start again.

      • bangalore says:

        hi Gopal

        Hello sir

        currently undergoing training on sap treasury and risk mgt …. i looking for FSC110 guide …but unable find the same ,,,,can kindly share education materials on customising Treasury and risk management my email id aiyappaa.a@gmail.com

        Thanks
        Aiyappaa.A

  2. Suhas Shashikant Bandivadekar says:

    Dear Gopa Kumar,

    Thanks a ton for sharing knowledge. Am sure this will be very much useful to many other Treasury Consultants like me.

    Best Wishes & Regards,

    Suhas Bandivadekar

  3. joseph david says:

    Mr Gopakumar -This site is very goods for treasury consultants and beginners-
    Why don’t you write some more topics on treasury

    Best wishes
    Joseph David

  4. vamsi says:

    Hello Friends,

    I am interested in learning Core treasury and risk management module, could any one please let me know a good source where I can learn ..any training institute etc?

    Thanks,
    Vamsi

  5. AR Suresh Babu says:

    Dear Gopa Kumar,

    My Name is Suresh and from Kottayam. Your kind knowledge sharing is very helpful especially new areas.
    Thank you very much for this kind of social commitment

    Thank you, Suresh

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