Dettes fournisseurs et FNP hors immo. - regul.actualisation primes/option ch.

English translation: suggestion for 2nd part

08:17 Oct 6, 2004
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French term or phrase: Dettes fournisseurs et FNP hors immo. - regul.actualisation primes/option ch.
These terms appear in a chart of accounts, any help with the abbreviations would be much appreciated.
Douglas Arnott
Local time: 21:52
English translation:suggestion for 2nd part
Explanation:
discounting of premiums on foreign exchange options

assuming that regul.actualisation refers to one thing; if it's two, then "adjustment/correction" and "discounting" would be possiblities...

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3 +1FNP - factures non parvenus
Hazel Underwood
3suggestion for 2nd part
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FNP - factures non parvenus


Explanation:
Invoices not (yet) received excluding real estate

Hazel Underwood
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agree  Buzzy: partly: but I think "immo" will be "immobilisations" (fixed assets) rather than "immobilier" in this accounting context
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suggestion for 2nd part


Explanation:
discounting of premiums on foreign exchange options

assuming that regul.actualisation refers to one thing; if it's two, then "adjustment/correction" and "discounting" would be possiblities...

You must be having great fun with this!

Buzzy
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