We are excited to announce the launch of RiskAgility FM Team edition in this issue of IFM. In our first article, we will describe some of the benefits of the Team edition and how they translate into a real-world environment. Team edition builds on the flexibility available in the Standard edition of RiskAgility FM to provide security and source control to a multi-user model development environment. This will make it easier for model developers to manage multiple users working on model developments, to increase productivity and auditability as well as to reduce risk.
In our second article, we present a case study of a cluster approach to model pointing based on our experience working with MoSes at Hannover Re. We share some of the differences between this new approach and the classical approach and highlight the reasons why the cluster approach benefited Hannover Re’s processes.