Release Notes: The new IAS 39 plug-in allows users to implement the accounting of financial products following the International Accounting Standard (IAS) 39 principles. The convenience yield calculator plug-in implements the capability of calculating instantaneous forward price for commodities like Natural Gas, Fuel Oil, and Gasoil. Many special functions and distribution-related functions are now available to the user interface.
Release Notes: This version improves calculation speed and contains many enhancements to modeling capabilities, available analysis, and to the modeling environment such as the new function signature viewer. New plug-ins have been added to the repository, notably the plain-vanilla plug-in, which enables Fairmat to price contracts using the black models.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bug fixing release: problems which prevented Fairmat Academic running properly on Mono 2.8, as well on Ubuntu 10.10, have been fixed. The main visible change is that plug-ins are now user dependent, so users can install their own plug-ins without needing privilege escalation.
Release Notes: This is the last step towards the first official stable release, and contains many improvements with respect to the beta 2. There are many new features: a revised plug-ins system that allows management of plug-ins directly from the software; the ability to calibrate models to market data, and the ability to model option/leg specific discounting. Many user interfaces elements have been improved, and the documentation for the users and the plug-in developers has been extended.