5 APRIL 2022 @ 9:00 – 12:45 CET 2022 is the first year of full application of the new IFRS17 standard. Insurers are now fully engaged in implementation. The focus of the preparations has been on Insurance Contracts Issued whilst the treatment of Reinsurance Held has not received much attention. Would you like to gain insights […]
In what way is actuaries’ advice considered in policy decision-making in Member States? 14 DECEMBER 2021 @ 10:00 – 12:00 CET https://actuary.eu/event/aae-webinar-the-added-value-of-social-security-actuaries-in-what-way-actuaries-advice-is-considered-in-policy-decision-making-in-member-states/ Organised by the AAE Social Security Subcommittee.
EAA Web Session: “IFRS 17 – Challenges in the Derivation of the Risk Adjustment and its Confidence Level”
Under IFRS 17, the Risk Adjustment is intended to measure the compensation that the entity requires for bearing the uncertainty associated with the amount and timing of the cash flows that arises from non-financial risk. The IFRS 17 Risk Adjustment creates challenges for both life and P&C (re)insurers such as how to estimate it and
On behalf of the Polish Actuarial Association, I would like to cordially invite all members of your Associations to the next event organized on 27. October 2021 by the Polish Association in our “Open Floor” series, entitled “Portfolio Replication – Pricing and Analysis of an Insurance Contract”. Abstract: In this session, you will learn about using
On behalf of the Polish Actuarial Association, I would like to cordially invite all members of your Associations to the next event organized on 30 September 2021 by the Polish Association in our “Open Floor” series, entitled “Explainable P&C modelling”. Abstract: The session’s objective is to briefly cover common modelling techniques for P&C lines. After
Non-Life insurance is facing many challenges ranging from fierce competition on the market or evolution in the distribution channel used by the consumers to evolution of the regulatory environment. Pricing is the central link between solvency, profitability and market shares (volume). Improving pricing practice encompasses several dimensions: Technical: Is our pricing adequate to cover the
Do you want to deepen your knowledge in Enterprise Risk Management or gain the international ERM-credential CERA? If yes, please register to take part in the EAA Web Session: “CERA, Module A: Quantitative Methods of ERM” on 24-26 February 2021.The fee for this CERA module is € 790.00 plus 19% VAT. This 3-day web session