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When a company has foreign subsidiaries, a translation method is used to determine how the accounts of the subsidiary will be tranferred to the consolidated accounts of the core company. Translation methods also determine the exchange rate that applies to the transactions being transferred to the consolidated company's ledger accounts.

With the incipient move to IFRS, it's best to consider the consolidation process from the perspective of the account. Simply put, translating an account (from a functional currency to a reporting currency) follows one of two methods:
1) Translate using the spot rate for the day of presentation (spot method)
2) Translate using the spot rate for the day of the transaction (historical method)

Curveline Management Solutions translates input data in local currency to a specified destination currency. The translation process will run for the specified category year, period and rollup. Specific transaltion rules can be written to convert the accounts based on different rates as per the requirements.

Curveline Management Solutions has the following translation features:

♦ Multiple currency conversion
♦ Cross currency comparisons
♦ Easily customizable translation rules
♦ Cross rate currency translation
♦ Built-in translation logic
♦ Translation adjustments
♦ Easily customizable tranlsation rules

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