first_img Pinterest La solution PFaroe™ DB de Moody’s Analytics remporte le titre de produit ALM buy-side de l’année pour la quatrième fois consécutive TAGS  By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 Twitter LONDRES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–févr. 9, 2021– Moody’s Analytics a remporté le titre de produit ALM buy-side de l’année lors de l’édition 2021 des Risk Markets Technology Awards pour sa solution PFaroe DB. RiskFirst, propriété de Moody’s depuis 2019, s’était également vu remettre ce titre pour son offre PFaroe DB ces trois dernières années. Ce communiqué de presse contient des éléments multimédias. Voir le communiqué complet ici : https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005070/fr/ Les régimes de retraite à prestations définies (Defined Benefit ou DB) et leurs conseillers se doivent d’évaluer les risques d’actifs et de passifs selon une multitude de points de vue et c’est ce que permet justement la solution PFaroe DB. Afin d’approfondir encore plus leur compréhension holistique des risques liés à un plan de retraite, les parties prenantes ont par exemple la possibilité de procéder, en temps réel, à une simulation de crise selon certains scénarios sur la plateforme. Comme la gestion des régimes de retraite à prestations définies fait intervenir de nombreuses parties (gestionnaires de placement, fiduciaires, actuaires, autres conseillers), il est essentiel que celles-ci jouissent des mêmes perspectives pour en analyser la position. La solution PFaroe DB permet à l’ensemble des parties prenantes de partager la même vision transparente et croisée de la structure financière. En comprenant mieux les performances du régime de retraite, tous les acteurs concernés sont susceptibles de prendre des décisions plus éclairées et plus stratégiques. « Pour nos clients, jouir d’une visibilité accrue des risques et de la position globale de leur régime de retraite est crucial, particulièrement au moment où les incertitudes liées à la pandémie continuent de planer », a déclaré Matthew Seymour, responsable des solutions buy-side chez Moody’s Analytics. « C’est un grand honneur pour nous de les aider à traverser cette période difficile. Nous sommes également très fiers que la solution PFaroe DB ait remporté le titre de produit ALM buy-side de l’année pour la quatrième fois consécutive. Il s’agit d’un hommage au caractère innovant de Moody’s Analytics, qui ne fera que croître au fur et à mesure que nous nous doterons de capacités supplémentaires au sein de l’entreprise. » Ce prix vient étoffer encore un peu plus la reconnaissance de Moody’s Analytics par le secteur. Récemment, nous avons aussi remporté le European Pensions Innovation Award (Technology) lors de l’édition 2020 des European Pensions Awards. À propos de Moody’s Analytics Moody’s Analytics propose des services de veille financière et des outils analytiques qui permettent aux dirigeants d’entreprise de prendre de meilleures décisions plus rapidement. Notre expertise approfondie en matière de risques, nos vastes ressources d’information et notre application innovante de la technologie aident nos clients à s’orienter en toute confiance sur un marché en constante évolution. Nous sommes réputés pour nos solutions primées à la pointe du secteur, caractérisées par des outils de recherche, de données, de logiciels et des services professionnels, réunis pour offrir une expérience client sans faille. Nous sommes vecteurs de confiance au sein de milliers d’entreprises du monde entier, grâce à notre engagement en faveur de l’excellence, à notre approche ouverte et à notre volonté de satisfaire les besoins des clients. Pour de plus amples informations relatives à Moody’s Analytics, rendez-vous sur notre site web ou suivez-nous sur Twitter et LinkedIn. Moody’s Analytics, Inc. est une filiale de Moody’s Corporation (NYSE: MCO). La société, qui a déclaré un chiffre d’affaires de 4,8 milliards de dollars en 2019, emploie environ 11 400 personnes dans le monde et est implantée dans 40 pays. Le texte du communiqué issu d’une traduction ne doit d’aucune manière être considéré comme officiel. La seule version du communiqué qui fasse foi est celle du communiqué dans sa langue d’origine. La traduction devra toujours être confrontée au texte source, qui fera jurisprudence. Consultez la version source sur businesswire.com :https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005070/fr/ CONTACT: JUSTIN BURSZTEIN Communications de Moody’s Analytics +1.212.553.1163Relations avec les médias de Moody’s Analyticsmoodysanalytics.com twitter.com/moodysanalytics linkedin.com/company/moodysanalytics KEYWORD: UNITED KINGDOM EUROPE INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY INSURANCE FINANCE CONSULTING BANKING ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SMALL BUSINESS SOFTWARE SOURCE: Moody’s Analytics Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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first_img Pinterest Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Previous article011219_Gymnastics_09Next article010818_Superintendent Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp City Council making board changescenter_img Twitter TAGS  Odessa City Hall The Odessa City Council gave their first unanimous approval of an ordinance that would amend the city code relating to board members, allowing them additional members to existing boards. Interim City Attorney Gary Landers told Council members the ordinance would amend the code in several different places relating to many city ordinances, part of which would allow existing city boards that do not have as many as seven members to have additional members added to move up to seven. City boards with some regular members with less than seven and some alternate members would be changed so alternate members are regular members. “This actually allows the City Council to take the step of having each individual council member be able to designate the person you want to be appointed on that board,” Landers said. These changes come after the November election, which gave the Mayor of Odessa the ability to vote on agenda items, and also created an additional at-large council seat. Council also gave first approval to an ordinance that would establish a statute of limitations of 20 years for lawsuits and disputes regarding Odessa city limits, which Landers said the Council could adopt under state law. “This is a state law that says people have 20 years in which to bring lawsuits and disputes about city limits,” Landers said. Both ordinances will need a second, final approval before they are ratified. City Council also unanimously approved the seven new members of the Tax Incremental Reinvestment Zone Board. This board will oversee the TIRZ downtown, which freezes property tax revenues at a base level within the TIRZ, so as property values rise as the area is developed, revenues collected above that level can be used for further projects in that same zone. The boundaries are Second to Eighth Streets and Adams Avenue to Bernice Avenue. Two of the TIRZ board members were selected by their former opponents in the last election—District 3 Council Member Detra White selected Craig Stoker, and District 4 Council Member Tom Sprawls selected Richard Pierce. Also appointed were Jackie Johnson by District 1 Council Member Malcolm Hamilton, Dale Jenkins by District 2 Council Member Dewey Bryant, Gavin Norris by District 5 Council Member Mari Willis, Jason Harrington by At-Large Council Member Peggy Dean and Toby Eoff by Mayor David Turner. There is no meeting yet set for the first TIRZ meeting, and more board members will need to be appointed by governing entities partnering with the City on the TIRZ. The Ector County Hospital District board agreed to join the TIRZ Tuesday night, and Odessa College is also on board. Bryant was also appointed to be mayor pro tem during the meeting, which means he will fill Turner’s role at meetings when Turner is absent. City Council also approved two donations to Odessa Fire Rescue during the meeting, one $10,000 donation from Chevron and a $15,000 donation from Occidental Petroleum. OFR Fire Chief John Alvarez told Council members the donations would be used to purchase items for the department, including tactical vests and helmets. Jim Rector, a council appointee on the planning and zoning commission, spoke to the Council during the public comment period at the end of the meeting, asking them to consider putting an animal shelter update on the agenda sometime this year. “For those of you who have not been to our animal shelter, it’s deplorable, no question about it,” Rector told Council members. Rector said he was aware of trouble staffing the shelter as well, and said he knew one employee left because the situation they have to work in is as deplorable as the condition they keep the animals in. He told Council he has visited four different animal shelters, one being in Midland, and said Odessa was way behind. “It’s embarrassing,” Rector said. “It’s not even humanitarian as a matter of fact.” Hamilton asked City Secretary Norma Grimaldo to set a meeting for the Council to take a tour of the animal shelter before the meeting adjourned.IN OTHER BUSINESS, THE COUNCIL APPROVEDCity Council minutes, Dec. 11, 2018.City Council Retreat minutes.City Council Work Session minutes, Jan. 2.Authorizing the City of Odessa Police Department to apply for and accept; amending the fiscal budget to appropriate awarded funds as additional revenue and authorizing the expenditure of awarded grant funds from the 2020 STEP Speed, Occupant Protection, Intersection Traffic Control, Distracted Driving and Driving While Intoxicated Grant.A bid award approving the replacement of the playground safety surface material at Progressive Park for $375,298.An award of bid for asbestos abatement and demolition of three commercial structures for $67,860.An annual contract for the purchase of sodium hydroxide for $205,000.The purchase of two Animal Control trucks for $141,040.The purchase of roll-off trucks for Solid Waste for $390,956.The purchase of trucks for the Police Department for $123,125.The request by 2012 Cross B, LLC, owner, for original zoning of Special Dwelling District (SPD) on an approximately 55.47 acre tract of land, Section 46, Block 41, T-1-S, T&P RR. Co. Survey, Ector and Midland Counties (northeast of the vicinity of proposed E. Yukon Road and Aaron Randy Brinlee Parker Road, south of the city limit line.) (First approval.)The request by Crossroads Fellowship and Compass Academy Charter School, Inc., owners, and LCA, agent, for original zoning of Multi-FamilyOne (MF-1) on an approximately 6.1 acre tract in Section 9, Block 41, T-2-S, T&P RR Co. Survey, Ector County, Texas (southeast of the corner of 56th St. and Billy Hext Road.) (First approval.) Twitter Local News WhatsApplast_img read more