With the Debt Manager, issuers now have a tool to create a comprehensive and easy-to-access library of information on outstanding obligations.

Users of the system benefit from having instant access to information regarding all past and present debt issuances complete with: debt service schedules broken down to the CUSIP level, detailed sources and uses of funds, call structures and redemptions, allocation of debt service to various funds and other related information such as financing participants, ratings history, etc.

With the SymPro Debt Manager you will be able to:

  • Archive all data related to debt issuance and provide easy access by multiple stakeholders across the organization
  • Improve accuracy by automatically generating debt service schedules, accrual of interest, amortization of premiums, discounts, and costs of issuance, and CAFR reporting
  • Streamline internal accounting for outstanding obligations by automatically creating general ledger journal entries.
  • Plan for future debt offerings more efficiently.
  • Automate and enhance internal and external debt reporting.

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Modules

Debt Management

Debt Management

Provides a structured set of debt obligations with call, sinking fund, term, and redemption analysis. Tracks outstanding debt at the project, division, and enterprise level. Provides detailed arbitrage calculations, and defines cash flow obligations for the securities in each debt issue. Reports on remaining par, interest, and principal payments for all securities associated with a bond issue. Links scheduled debt payments to our Cash Flow module, enabling thorough liquidity management.

General Ledger Interface

General Ledger Interface

Creates general ledger journal entries to reflect investment transaction activity within a portfolio for a specific date range. The activity includes purchases, sales, maturities, income earned, interest/dividends received, change in value, and related journal entries to reflect investment and debt transactions. Users can view the journal entries on screen, print reports, or export the data to an external general ledger application.