Why does this camera generated JPEG looks better than the software generated one?

I was post-processing some photos on Nikon’s Capture NX-D I had taken during holidays with a B700 camera and noticed some chromatic aberration in a picture. When I compared the post-processed photo and the camera generated one I found the latter to be actually better.

The camera generated photo (detail):
The camera generated photo (detail)

Same image generated by Capture NX-D without changing any configurations (I believe it should give the same result as the camera):
Same image generated by Capture NX-D without changing any configurations

Now the same image, but with axial chromatic aberration correction enabled (doesn’t help very much…):
axial chromatic aberration correction enabled

Does the camera just do a better job at processing its own images than Nikon’s software? Well, if that’s the case, there is no point in shooting RAW…