Welcome to the Treasury Correspondence Formats blog.
Formats are an important part of Treasury Correspondence. Treasury correspondence formats are used for collecting incoming and outgoing treasury deal data into a predefined format. Using these formats, you can exchange information about the treasury deals with your financial institution.
You define mappings for the treasury correspondence formats to define the rules for mapping data to these formats in accordance with the requirements of your financial institution. You use the Map Treasury Correspondence Format Data configuration step to create new outgoing and incoming format mappings or copy from existing ones, display the details of your existing format mapping, as well as import, export, edit, check, delete, and release these mappings.
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- Map Treasury Correspondence Format Data Overview
- Map Treasury Correspondence Format Data FIORI app in details
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