About the Four-eyes Principle
To help with greater transparency across your organization, tm5 has a built-in dual approval process. Wherever you have the Four-eyes principle active, a second Admin-level user must approve any changes.
In tm5, the four-eyes principle can apply to these types of change:
- User Rights Group
- Client Group
- Signing Authorities
- Menu Settings
- Trade Finance Authorization
- Beneficiary Accounts
- Account Settings
Activate the Four-eyes Principle
Open the drop-down menu under Section and select the relevant item. Activate the check-box for Active and select a Valid From date.
Click the Save button to request the change.
At this point, a second Admin user must log into tm5 and approve or discard the change. Once approved, the four-eyes principle applies to that type of change entered into tm5.
The Four-eyes Principle Approval section under Create a User describes how to apply the four-eyes principle while entering new users.
Deactivate the Four-eyes Principle
To deactivate a four-eyes principle, follow the same steps as for activating it, with one difference. When creating an entry on the Four-eyes Principle page, uncheck the Active check-box. The Valid From date determines the date that four-eyes principle is deactivated.
For example, if you want to deactivate the four-eyes principle for new users as of today, create an entry choosing User, Active unchecked, and Valid From today’s date.
As soon as the second Admin user approves the request, the four-eyes principle is deactivated for changes to users in tm5.
Now that you understand the four-eyes principle, it's time to start entering data. First, we want to Create a User.