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New Release for TMS2000

The latest release of SimCorp’s investment management system, TMS2000, version 2.8 has enhanced front and middle office functionality. Some of the new features of the system include: bond calculator with risk factor analysis, MontCarlo value at risk, fixed income performance attribution, FAS133 hedge accounting, price provider XML feed and a new instrument: covered warrants. Version 2.8 has also significantly enhanced the systems already powerful straight through processing functionality by enabling it to increase its throughput to an average of 20,000 transactions a day, without human intervention. With this increase, TMS2000 can process trades from high volume sources such as retail web-based applications. In the front office the bond calculator with risk factor analysis establishes an environment, which is divided into three layers in order to support large heterogeneous portfolios and instrument specific analyses. The analysis principle serves the different needs of different users and allows direct jumping from one analysis type to another. The three tiers supported by this new feature are: position analysis, risk factor analysis and instrument calculator. It provides an overview, transparency, static data simulation and supports large data volumes.

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