|Oracle Transfer Pricing User Guide|
Part Number E13524-03
Welcome to Release 12.1 of the Oracle Transfer Pricing User Guide.
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This chapter provides an introduction to Oracle Transfer Pricing and discusses its place in the Oracle Financial Services (OFS) group of applications.
This chapter describes the set of steps that you need to follow to transfer price your balance sheet using Oracle Transfer Pricing.
This chapter focuses on the rule management tasks that are common across all rules in this application.
This chapter discusses the rule approval process and the procedure for managing approved rules.
This chapter discusses the process for managing currency rate information, including creating daily, historical, and cross rates. The chapter also describes how to upload daily rates and upload and download historical rates from spreadsheet-based applications to Oracle Transfer Pricing.
This chapter discusses the procedure for validating and cleansing your Account table data before you process it to generate transfer pricing results.
This chapter describes the procedure for capturing instrument payment patterns that are too complex to be accommodated in the standard fields of Account tables.
This chapter discusses the procedure for working with and managing user defined repricing patterns.
This chapter discusses the procedure for working with and managing interest rate codes and loading related data such as historical rates and term structure parameters.
This chapter describes the steps you need to take to work with and manage the Rate Index Rules.
This chapter discusses the procedure for assigning transfer pricing, prepayment, and adjustment methodologies to product-currency combinations using conditional logic.
This chapter describes the procedure for working with and managing Transfer Pricing rules.
This chapter describes the procedure for working with and managing Prepayment rules.
This chapter describes the procedure to build prepayment tables using Prepayment Table Rules.
This chapter describes the procedure for working with and managing Adjustments rules.
This chapter describes the procedure to output transfer pricing results to the seeded or user-defined alternate columns instead of default columns of the application.
This chapter describes the procedure for defining the propagation pattern.
This chapter discusses the procedure for working with and managing the Transfer Pricing Process rules.
This chapter describes the Oracle Transfer Pricing reports and the procedure for generating and viewing them.
This appendix gives you information to navigate through the pages referred to in this guide.
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