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From "Adi Raju" <>
Subject RE: Configuring Penalty Charge depending on loan's interest rate
Date Mon, 02 Jan 2017 04:53:05 GMT
Hi Lionel,


New enhancement with new calculation type would be required to address your requirement.



Adi Raju


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From: Lionel Raymundi - Poincenot [] 
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2016 7:02 PM
Subject: Configuring Penalty Charge depending on loan's interest rate


Hi devs,


According to our business definition, we should charge penalties for unpaid overdued installments
as follows:


Every overdue day, charge (installment capital) * (daily interest rate * 1.5) 


I know I can configure the penalty as "percentage of amount". The problem is that I cant set
a fixed value on "amount", as it depends on the loan's nominal interest rate (which is not
the same for every loan). I am attaching an image of the intended calculation.


I was thinking on developing a new Charge Calculation type as "% Amount * Interest rate".
By doing this, the amount is still fixed, but the base for the calculation would allow me
to do what I need.


Is this the only way or is there a better solution?



Thanks in advance




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