Reviewing Investment and Debt on the PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface

This topic discusses reviewing your organization’s investment and debt mix on the PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface.

Note: The pages and tiles in this topic were designed using PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface technology. They can be accessed from a phone, tablet, or laptop. See PeopleTools: Fluid User Interface Developer’s Guide for more information.

Page Name

Definition Name

Usage

Investment and Debt Tile

EC_HOME_TILE_FL

Review total debt and investments on the Cash Management Home page. Access the Investment and Debt page.

My Preferences - Investment and Debt Page

TR_USER_PREF_FL

Set up user preferences for the Investment and Debt tile and page.

NavBar: Investment and Debt Page

TR_ID_GRID_FL

Review information about the market value of various portfolios and bank balance.

Investment and Debt Page

TR_ID_DETAIL_FL

Review investment portfolio information, investment and debt types, and investment and debt holdings.

Based on PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface technology, the Cash Management Home page offers smart phone, tablet, and laptop users access to Cash Position/Cash Forecast, Overdraft Balances, Top Payments, and Investment data. This information can be used by Cash Managers, Deal Managers, and Treasury Managers to handle their treasury tasks performed throughout the day.

Image: Cash Management Home page

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Cash Management Home page. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

Cash Management Home page

From the Cash Management Home page, users can review these areas:

  • Available Balance versus Forecasted Balance by Bank

    Here the Cash Manager can check the daily cash position with available bank balances. After reviewing the numbers, he can follow up with the trading desk based on the surplus or deficit.

    For more information, see the Available vs Forecast Balance Tile andAvailable vs Forecast Page.

  • Cash Forecast

    In this scenario, a Cash Manager checks the daily cash position in the morning. After reviewing the numbers, she makes a call to draw a line of credit or borrow money from the market.

    For more information, see the Cash Forecast Tile and Cash Forecast - Summary Page.

  • Overdrawn Accounts

    For example, a Cash Manager reviews overdraft accounts after the current day bank statement is loaded.

    For more information, see the Bank Overdraft Tile and the NavBar: Bank Balances Page.

  • Daily High-Value Payments

    The Cash Manager can review the high dollar payments going out on a daily basis.

    For more information, see the Top Payments Tile and the Top Payments Page.

  • Investments and Debts

    For example, a Deal Manager reviews the Investment and Debt mix and the market value of the investments and provides data to the trading desk for suitable adjustments in the Investment Portfolio.

    For more information, see the Investment and Debt Tile and the Investment and Debt Page.

For information about the Employee Self-Service Home page, see Adding Homepages and Tiles.

For more information about the PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface, see the product documentation for PeopleTools: Fluid User Interface Developer’s Guide and Understanding the PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface.

Use the Investment and Debt tile (EC_HOME_TILE_FL) to review total debt and investments.

Image: Investment and Debt tile

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Investment and Debt tile.

Investment and Debt tile

Use the My Preferences - Investment and Debt page (TR_USER_PREF_FL) to set up user preferences for the Investment and Debt tile and page.

Image: My Preferences - Investment and Debt page

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the My Preferences - Investment and Debt page. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

My Preferences - Investment and Debt page

Field or Control

Definition

Rounding Type

Select from Billions, Millions, or Thousands.

Term days

Enter the number of days to identify the short-term period.

Display Currency

Enter a currency for display on the Cash Management Investment and Debt tile and Investment and Debt page.

Rate Type

Enter the market rate type.

Market Rate Index

Enter the market rate index.

Use the NavBar: Investment and Debt page (TR_ID_GRID_FL) to review information about the market value of various portfolios and bank balance.

Image: NavBar: Investment and Debt page

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the NavBar: Investment and Debt page. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

NavBar: Investment and Debt page

Use the Investment and Debt page (TR_ID_DETAIL_FL) to review investment portfolio information, investment and debt types, and investment and debt holdings.

Image: Investment and Debt page (1 of 2)

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Investment and Debt page (1 of 2). You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

Investment and Debt page (1 of 2)

Image: Investment and Debt page (2 of 2)

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Investment and Debt page (2 of 2). You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

Investment and Debt page (2 of 2)

The Investment and Debt page includes the following grid and charts:

  • Investment Portfolio - The grid shows the portfolio names, cost basis, market value, and the difference between cost amount and market value.

  • Investment Mix - This ring chart shows the portfolios by percentage and the total market value.

  • Investment Holding ring chart - This ring chart shows the outstanding investment by length of investment. The length of investment is divided into these time periods: short-term and long-term.

  • Investment Type - This ring chart shows the outstanding investments by type of interest rate. Rate types are fixed and floating.

  • Debt Holding - This ring chart shows the outstanding debt by length of debt. The length of debt is divided into these time periods: short-term and long-term.

  • Debt Type - This ring chart shows the outstanding debt by type of interest rate. Rate types are fixed and floating.