Single Currency Center Model
A cash pool is made up of a concentration account into which money is sent from a group of subsidiary bank accounts. The single currency center approach is when a corporation chooses to pool money in each currency's nation of origin (for instance, US dollars are pooled in the US). Larger corporations use this as one of their more effective techniques for controlling cash flows.
The following restrictions apply while using the single-currency mode:
The numerical formatting is unaffected by the single-currency option, however the currency that displays in user views is. Although users from different nations see currency values in the same currency, the number formatting may not be what they are expecting according to the user's locale.
Price fields cannot be used because currency value input is limited to a single currency.
By making the system location and the reference currency the same, you can prevent the consequences of rate conversions.
Amid economic troubles in the EU, China's slowing growth, and concerns of fraud and economic gloom, a debate is emerging about the possibility of a single global currency. The relative strengths and weaknesses of major currencies are also being considered.
In this study, eight potential currencies are assessed across the three functions of money, and a typology of 70 countries is developed using data on the soundness of banking systems from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and aggregate freedom scores from Freedom House.
Although some seem more suitable for the monopoly function, no monetary unit satisfies political requirements. If the candidate currency passes the political procedure, 35 nations—who received good marks for their financial systems' stability and overall levels of freedom—might become the currency's first users. Still, there are implementation concerns.
For a journal source, you can impose single currency journals. Both journals that are imported and journals that are entered on the Create Journal page are subject to the cap. The journals are automatically divided up by currency throughout the import journals process.
Here's how you set it up.
For a journal source, you can impose single currency journals to ensure that all transactions are recorded in the correct currency.
Setting Up Single Currency Journals
Here's how you can set up single currency journals in the Ledger Maintenance work area:
- Go to the Specify Ledger Settings task.
- Select the Financials offering, General Ledger functional area, and Set the primary ledger scope and specify ledger options accordingly task.
- Enable the Restrict a journal to a single currency option in the Journal Processing Entry section on the Specify Ledger Options page. This option will automatically activate for any related secondary ledgers and reporting currencies.
Enabling Single Currency Journals for Journal Sources
Here's how you can enable single currency journals for journal sources in the Journal Sources task:
- Go to the Manage Journal Sources task.
- Select the Financials offering and General Ledger functional area.
- Enable the Restrict Journal to Single Currency option for the relevant journal sources on the Manage Journal Sources page.
Both journals that are imported and journals that are entered on the Create Journal page are subject to the cap. The journals are automatically divided up by currency throughout the import journals process.
Perform regular audits and reconciliations to ensure accuracy in financial reporting.