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Cpn breakdown in case of full rejection?

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Created by Claudia L on 2010-07-05 08:15:50 Back to Topics

Cpn breakdown in case of full rejection?

In case we want to reject a billing/rejection memo fully, is there a requirement to attach the full coupon breakdown like we received it in the incoming billing/rejection memo?
The audit trail seems to be okay based on the billing/rejection memo that we would reference on our second stage rejection memo.
Replied by James S on 2010-07-07 12:51:06
It's not necessarily required, but there's are two main asterisks, so it's practically required.
  1. You'll need to provide the full coupon breakdown for any valuation-related error, as you need to describe how the rejected values are made up.
  2. Additionally, you'll need to provide the full coupon breakdown for any reason which has "yes" in the "coupon breakdown mandatory" column in the ISPG, which is most of them.
  3. #2 leaves mostly "bilateral use" reason codes, and you might have to provide it in one of these bilateral agreements that define how the coe is used.

Other than that, you're free to not return the coupon breakdown and, as you said, the audit trail will remain intact.



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