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Cash Flows in tm5

Cash flows track the planned and actual movement of funds to and from your accounts. They are a central part of the cash management process in tm5.

Types

  • Planned: Planned cash flows are planning items for the future movement of cash, as recorded in tm5.
  • Realized: Realized cash flows show the actual movement of cash, as recorded in tm5.

Sources

The source of a cash flow shows the way it was generated. This could be from a bank statement or from another area of tm5. It is also possible to enter cash flows manually within tm5, either on Cash Flows (new) or Cash Flows (classic).

Planned

  • Intraday Statement: This is only imported via the classic cash management process.
  • Manually entered
  • Imported: The File Import and Server Import functions are available on Cash Flows (classic).
  • LMPayment: Entering a Payment or Direct Debit generates a planned cash flow.
  • Transfer: Entries from Transfer generate a planned cash flow.
  • Account Interest: Interest tracked from Interest Calculation generates planned cash flows.
  • LMPlanning: Cash flows imported from Liquidity Planning Data also create planned cash flows.
  • TT: Trades, loans, and other financial instruments create planning items tracked within your cash flows (for data entered through the classic settlement workflow).
  • Settlement: Trades, loans, and other financial instruments create planning items tracked within your cash flows (for data entered through the new settlement workflow), which can later be reconciled with data from a bank statement.
  • ICNetting: The planned movement of cash by intercompany netting creates a planned cash flow.

Realized

  • End-of-Day Statement: The reported transactions from your bank statement are recorded as realized cash flows.
  • Manually entered: Cash Flows (classic) allows the manual entry of realized cash flows.
  • Imported: You can import realized cash flows on Cash Flows (classic) using the File Import and Server Import functions.
  • Intraday Statement: This is only imported via the new cash management process

 

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