Club Vita, the international leader in longevity analytics, announced an integration partnership with WinTech, a leader in retirement valuation and administration software. The partnership will integrate Club Vita’s longevity assumptions within ProVal, WinTech’s flagship defined benefit valuation software.
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“We are delighted to be able to bring more robust analytics to our clients, driving more informed decisions, and ultimately, securing better outcomes for plan members.”
ProVal is used worldwide by pension and insurance actuaries and investment professionals for funding and accounting valuations, asset / liability studies, projections, PRT pricing, and a host of other modeling needs. The partnership enables ProVal’s users to seamlessly use Club Vita’s personalized suite of survival tables when measuring a liability or performing a projection.
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Douglas Anderson, Founder of Club Vita, notes “ZIP codes are the real game changer. Our research in UK, Canada and US has revealed similar patterns of longevity variation between neighboring communities. By combining Club Vita’s VitaCurves system with WinTech’s ProVal, actuaries can now confidently and conveniently value plans with diverse demographic characteristics. Because historical experience data is not required, longevity assumptions can be tailored for even the smallest plans, for different sections within a plan or for partial annuity buy-outs.”
“This integration supports our vision to be the gold standard calculation engine for the pension actuarial community,” observed Mark Tillman, President, WinTech. “We are delighted to be able to bring more robust analytics to our clients, driving more informed decisions, and ultimately, securing better outcomes for plan members.”
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