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Currency adjustment indicator

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Created by Rattan B on 2010-11-10 07:32:59 Back to Topics

Currency adjustment indicator

1. Can you please clarify how the currency adjustment indicator element 47 on the IS-IDEC SFI 33 BM/CM Breakdown record is intended to be used.
 
2. A currency adjustment indicator element 17 is also on IS-IDEC SFI 20 Coupon record. There is a note to IATA resolution 024d for SFI 20 but I am not familiar with this resolution.  Please confirm if currency of sale should be input into this element for this record structure.
Replied by Alex S on 2010-11-24 13:38:10
1. This field will have the currency code in which the prorate values will be derived.

2. This is the currency in which the prorate values were derived. This does not need be the Currency of Sale in all cases. For e.g. If a Provisio or a SPA was applied and the Provisio/SPA was published in a particular base amount, then this field will that of the base amount currency code.


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Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 7:32 AM
Subject: Currency adjustment indicator

1. Can you please clarify how the currency adjustment indicator element 47 on the IS-IDEC SFI 33 BM/CM Breakdown record is intended to be used.
 
2. A currency adjustment indicator element 17 is also on IS-IDEC SFI 20 Coupon record. There is a note to IATA resolution 024d for SFI 20 but I am not familiar with this resolution.  Please confirm if currency of sale should be input into this element for this record structure.
 
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