More NewsFEA Launches VaRworks SE as Enterprise-Wide Market Risk Management Solution

FEA Launches VaRworks SE as Enterprise-Wide Market Risk Management Solution

Financial Engineering Associates, Inc. (FEA) announced the release of the company’s VaRworks SE (Server Edition) enterprise-wide market risk management solution. VaRworks SE offers risk managers, risk controllers, auditors, fund managers, traders, banks, gas and power marketers, utilities, and other industrial firms centralized market risk analysis via extensive and proven FEA analytics, flexible database connectivity, risk calculation modeling, and versatile server-driven reporting capabilities. VaRworks SE users can also build and apply ‘what-if’ scenarios to revalue portfolios using the latest stress testing methods. As an enterprise-wide solution, FEA’s VaRworks SE permits multiple users to access dynamic views of powerful value-at-risk data and calculation

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