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Question on SFI 22, 'Your Invoice Number'

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Created by Binbin D on 2010-12-13 21:29:50 Back to Topics

Question on SFI 22, 'Your Invoice Number'

According to SFI 22, element 17a ‘Your Invoice Number’

(1)Comments for this element is 'Needed for certain type of BM Reason Codes’.  Please clarify for which Reason Code, this element is mandatory?

(2) For BM with Reason Code 8B (10% Exchange Rate Variation), does this field (17a) indicate the invoice being adjusted, no matter it is ‘your invoice number’ or ‘our invoice number’ ?
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-01-06 08:54:01
Hi,
 
To answer your question:
 
1) The Record specification needs to be updated and the Conditionality of this field needs to be set to Optional. This information can be supplied if the raised Billing Memo/Credit Memo is related to  previous Invoice.

2) Correct. In case of 10% variation, this field will represent the invoice being adjusted.
Best Regards.

From: Accounting Centre of Chin
Posted: Monday, December 13, 2010 9:29 PM
Subject: Question on SFI 22, 'Your Invoice Number'

According to SFI 22, element 17a ‘Your Invoice Number’

(1)Comments for this element is 'Needed for certain type of BM Reason Codes’.  Please clarify for which Reason Code, this element is mandatory?

(2) For BM with Reason Code 8B (10% Exchange Rate Variation), does this field (17a) indicate the invoice being adjusted, no matter it is ‘your invoice number’ or ‘our invoice number’ ?
Replied by Konda R (Qantas) on 2011-02-28 02:44:12

Hi
this change in spec was missed from ISPG3.1?

Konda

From:
Posted: Thursday, January 06, 2011 8:54 AM
Subject: Question on SFI 22, 'Your Invoice Number'

Hi,
 
To answer your question:
 
1) The Record specification needs to be updated and the Conditionality of this field needs to be set to Optional. This information can be supplied if the raised Billing Memo/Credit Memo is related to  previous Invoice.

2) Correct. In case of 10% variation, this field will represent the invoice being adjusted.
Best Regards.

From: Accounting Centre of Chin
Posted: Monday, December 13, 2010 9:29 PM
Subject: Question on SFI 22, 'Your Invoice Number'

According to SFI 22, element 17a ‘Your Invoice Number’

(1)Comments for this element is 'Needed for certain type of BM Reason Codes’.  Please clarify for which Reason Code, this element is mandatory?

(2) For BM with Reason Code 8B (10% Exchange Rate Variation), does this field (17a) indicate the invoice being adjusted, no matter it is ‘your invoice number’ or ‘our invoice number’ ?
Replied by Konda R on 2011-02-28 02:44:20

Hi
this change in spec was missed from ISPG3.1?

Konda

From:
Posted: Thursday, January 06, 2011 8:54 AM
Subject: Question on SFI 22, 'Your Invoice Number'

Hi,
 
To answer your question:
 
1) The Record specification needs to be updated and the Conditionality of this field needs to be set to Optional. This information can be supplied if the raised Billing Memo/Credit Memo is related to  previous Invoice.

2) Correct. In case of 10% variation, this field will represent the invoice being adjusted.
Best Regards.

From: Accounting Centre of Chin
Posted: Monday, December 13, 2010 9:29 PM
Subject: Question on SFI 22, 'Your Invoice Number'

According to SFI 22, element 17a ‘Your Invoice Number’

(1)Comments for this element is 'Needed for certain type of BM Reason Codes’.  Please clarify for which Reason Code, this element is mandatory?

(2) For BM with Reason Code 8B (10% Exchange Rate Variation), does this field (17a) indicate the invoice being adjusted, no matter it is ‘your invoice number’ or ‘our invoice number’ ?
 
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