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General FpML Discussion Technical & Implementation Questions Lack of fixing offset in fxSingleLeg/nonDeliverableSettlement

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    vors
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    Hi all,

    In fxSingleLeg/nonDeliverableSettlement there is no element to express fixing offset. There is only fixingDate. This is not enough to make it clear the terms of a NDF trade on fixingDate offset from valueDate.
    Why is there no fixing offset in fxSingleLeg?

    At the same time, there is a fxFixingDate element in fpml-ird schema’s nonDeliverableSettlement element. It consists of relative date calculation elements, such as periodMultiplier and period.
    Why won’t this powerful definition apply to fxSingleLeg?

    Regards,
    Serguei

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    BridieReid
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    I Think that is in develop for implement in future versions.

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