Financial Modeling Update Europe Asia-Pacific
As the new year approaches, the implications of Solvency II for insurance company financial modellers are detailed; also in the spotlight â€“ scheduling files; plus other news.
Get the latest information about Towers Perrin financial modelling solutions -- from RiskAgilityâ„¢ to MoSesâ„¢ including the warm reception in Japan; improved mortality analytics; a cashflow tutorial; upcoming events; more.
This Financial Modeling Update for Europe/Asia-Pacific covers exciting new ground on RiskAgilityTM Economic Capital Aggregator; news about Towers Perrin's C-ALM suite of MoSes applications; financial modeling tutorials and case studies.
This issue provides a summary of recent MoSes User Groups in Europe and China, and the HPC Seminar in Japan. We also continue our series of tutorials by providing an in-depth study of submodels, explaining their role as the building blocks to developing sophisticated applications in MoSes. We conclude with Q&As and news from the world of financial modelling.
This issue provides an in-depth tutorial on MoSes temporary tables. Next we describe user group meetings in Korea and Japan. We conclude with Q&As, news of the 2008 European user group meeting and the world of financial modelling.
This issue provides tips for the Microsoft C++ Debugger. Next is an overview of two MoSes applications for hedging guarantees in variable annuities. We describe how MoSes has become the leading financial modelling solution in Japan, one of the world's largest insurance markets. We conclude with Q&As, news of the 2008 European user group meeting and the 2008 training schedule.
We announce the availability of MoSes 6.2, along with the MoSes HPC Integration, a brand new product that enables MoSes models to run in a 64-bit grid environment from Microsoft. Next, we provide tips for advanced MoSes users, and we describe our new MoSes training course structure that we are piloting in London. We conclude with Q&As and the classroom training schedule for 2008.
This edition focuses on the European MoSes User Group, with articles summarising key conference sessions. We begin with Smart Modelling techniques, which enable projections to run in less time with accuracy. Subsequent articles cover MoSes IT infrastructure & Grid Computing, and Implementation Processes & Standards. We finish by describing enhancements to MoSes V6 features.