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Old 02-18-2020, 04:16 PM
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Back when I was doing traditional pension val work (4 years ago now) I used Proval. The plans and benefit terms I was working with were rather simple so it did the job though a few ones did highlight some of the limitations of Proval. Then moved to a larger firm with their own software developed and maintained in-house. Their software could do pretty much anything. However, all of the funding stuff (corporates, ME, publics, etc.) was done in Excel spreadsheets.
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