- Calculating of the amount of income to be distributed to depositors (termed as distributable income)
- Calculating the rates of returns by proportionating the distributable income into various types of deposits that an IFI offers to its customers
- Calculation Table (CT) — To guide the IBIs in deriving the net distributable income to the depositors and the bank by incorporating the income generated from the assets, the relevant shared expenses and allowances between the bank and the depositors, and income attributable to the various types of depositors.
- Distribution Table (DT) — To guide the bank on the proper distribution of the net distributable income posted from the CT, IFIs are required to maintain separate CTs and DTs if they manage multiple funds.
My column appeared in THE MALAYSIAN RESERVE, 10 March 2014