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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - 5:00pm - 7:30pm
    Events Force ID: 
    809

    Location

    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJUnited Kingdom

    Why attend?

    Nick Robins, Co-Director of the Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System being run by the United Nations Environment Programme, will discuss the link between finance and sustainability issues from a global perspective, using the extensive research which has emerged from this study since it began in January 2014.

    The meeting will include discussion of the issues and an opportunity to question a panel also including Nico Aspinall, Towers Watson, who is co-ordinating our own research into this area on behalf of the IFoA’s Resource and Environment Board, which will be presented later in 2015.

    Who should attend?

    • The financial system is fundamental to the work of all actuaries and this is an opportunity to discuss its stability, possible reforms, and the potential impact on what we do
    • Any actuary interested in sustainability and the relationship with the financial system
    • Any actuary wishing to consider the implications for other resource and environmental areas and the opportunities that may be created.

     

    Registration: 17.00 to 17.30

    Programme: 17.30 to 19.00

    Networking reception: 19.00 to 19.30

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Danielle Reiterbund
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Member price [new]: 
    25.00 GBP
    Non-member price [NEW]: 
    25.00 GBP
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJ
    Venue description: 

     

     

    Venue region: 
    South England

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - 5:15pm - 7:30pm

    Location

    IFoA Offices
    7 Conference Square, Level 2 Exchange Crescent
    EdinburghEH3 8RA United Kingdom

    This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Life, GI or any other technical discipline).


    Come along prepared to take part and say what you think!

     

    Why is professional skills training important?

     

    What is whistleblowing?  What are your professional responsibilities when something “does not smell right”?  Where should you go for advice and support?

     

    What sorts of situations can arise in practice?  We will watch and discuss some of the recently developed video case studies. Come and prepare to be challenged – these everyday situations may have a sting in the tail.

    This session will qualify for two hours of Professional Skills CPD, as required by some members under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2014/2015.

     

    If you book a place and then find yourself unable to attend a professional skills event, please inform the events team to avoid preventing others who wish to attend being able to do so.  These events often have a waiting list.

     

    Event Timings:

    17:15 – 17:30 : Registration

    17:30 – 19:30 : Presentation

     

    Speaker:

    Sally Calder, Education Actuary

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Events Team
    CPD hours: 
    2.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    IFoA Offices
    7 Conference Square, Level 2 Exchange Crescent
    EdinburghEH3 8RA

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - 5:30pm - 6:30pm

    Location

    PricewaterhouseCoopers
    60 Circular Road
    DouglasIM11SAIsle of Man

    Manx Actuarial Society - Solvency II - Asset Look Through

    Speaker : George McCutcheon - Director, Financial Risk Solutions

    Venue: PricewaterhouseCoopers, 60 Circular Road, Douglas, Isle of Man

    As the industry moves to a risk based solvency regime, the question of exactly what assets are in a unit linked fund becomes important for determining how the fund will behave in a shock scenario. Whilst the Isle of Man is not subject to Solvency II, it is in the middle of the first Quantitative Impact Study into the impact of implementing a risk based solvency regime following the core principles of the International Association of Insurance Supervisors. Given the vast number of unit linked funds and portfolio bonds operated by Isle of Man insurers, the issue of asset look through is a significant one.

    George McCutcheon - will present on Asset Look Through from a Solvency II aspect, after which there will be an opportunity for questions and discussion on the implications for the Isle of Man.

    George is a graduate of University College Dublin in Mathematical Science and is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries. He is a director and co-founder of Financial Risk Solutions, a software company specialising in the licensing of fund administration software to life assurance companies. He has presented a number of papers at the Life Convention of the IFoA and has co-authored a number of papers for the Society of Actuaries in Ireland including the 2011 paper on placing value on tax losses in unit linked funds.

    This meeting will be suitable for investment staff and those considering the new risk based solvency principles as well as members of the MAS, so please feel free to invite them.

    If you would like to attend this event please email - Thomas Morfett

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Tom Morfett
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    PricewaterhouseCoopers
    60 Circular Road
    DouglasIM11SA
    Venue region: 
    North England

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

    Location

    Aviva
    Wellington Row
    YorkYO90 1WRUnited Kingdom

    Yorkshire Actuarial Society - Innovation in Annuities

    Speaker - Andrew Kenyon

    Venue - Aviva, Wellington Row, York, YO90 1WR

    This session will look at the possible financial technologies that could be embedded into "post-liberalisation" retirement products and lessons learnt from other countries.

     

    If you would like to attend this event please contact Malcom Slee

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Malcolm Slee
    Organiser email: 
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Aviva
    Wellington Row
    YorkYO90 1WR
    Venue region: 
    North England

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, January 29, 2015 - 9:00am - 4:45pm
    Event papers access code: 
    Longevity2015

    Location

    Royal College of Physicians
    Regent’s Park , 11 St Andrews Place
    LondonNW1 4LEUnited Kingdom

    Bookings now open

    Why attend?

    This seminar will provide topical and practical updates and discussion on the latest thinking and innovations in mortality and longevity.

    Who should attend?

    The program is designed for life and pensions actuaries eager to learn about the latest developments in mortality and longevity.  The sessions are designed to be very accessible to a broad range of experience.

    For more information on the topics and speakers please see the booking form available to download below.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Waleed Soliman
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    5.25 hours
    Costs
    Member price [new]: 
    345.00 GBP
    Non-member price [NEW]: 
    445.00 GBP
    Costs description: 

    Cancellation of a Conference place must be made in writing (by email or post), and will be subject to an administrative charge of 20%. Any cancellations advised after 15 January will not be refunded but a colleague can attend in your place, we will need written confirmation (by email or post) of this from the original delegate.

    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Royal College of Physicians
    Regent’s Park , 11 St Andrews Place
    LondonNW1 4LE
    Venue region: 
    South England

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, January 29, 2015 - 5:30pm - 7:00pm

    Location

    Friends Centre
    Stoke Gifford, Brierly Furlong
    BristolBS34 8SWUnited Kingdom

    Over the past year there has been a significant increase in focus in this area, both as a means to compensate for the compression in yields on traditional assets, and to provide alternative sources of finance to industry as banks retrench.

    Please book via the Bristol Actuarial Society website - http://www.bristolactuaries.org/CurrentEvent.aspx?ID=214

    Timings

    17.30-18.00: Registration

    18.00-19.00: Programme 

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Tess Joyce
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Friends Centre
    Stoke Gifford, Brierly Furlong
    BristolBS34 8SW

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  • 12/02/14--07:41: CANUK Anniversary Event 2014
  • Event date: 
    Thursday, January 29, 2015 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    Location

    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonW1CV 7QJUnited Kingdom

    The Chinese Actuarial Network UK (CANUK) is delighted to invite you to celebrate its third anniversary at Staple Inn after another successful year. 

    Admission is free for all CANUK members and honoured guests and is on a first-come first-served basis.

    Special thanks to the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for providing the venue for this event and our event sponsor Emerald Group.

    18:00 – 18:30 Registration

    18:30 – 18:35 Welcome & Introduction

    Susan Yang, General Secretary of CANUK

    18:35 – 18:50 Opening Speech

    Feifei Zhang, President of CANUK

    18:50 – 19:10 Keynote Speech

    Nick Salter, President of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

    19:10 – 19:45 Expert Judgement

    Joseph Lo, Head of Actuarial Research and Development at Aspen Re

    19:45 – 20:00 Q&A and Closing Remark

    Susan Yang, General Secretary of CANUK

    20:00 – 21:00 Networking (with food and drinks)

    Registration: Please register online at http://www.chineseactuary.org/index.php/events

    General information
    Organiser: 
    CANUK
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonW1CV 7QJ

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    Event date: 
    Monday, February 9, 2015 - 9:00am - Tuesday, February 10, 2015 - 1:00pm

    Location

    Chatham House
    10 St James's Square
    LondonSW1Y 4LEUnited Kingdom

    The effects of global ageing will be transformative and the need for societies to adapt is well understood, but are policy and business leaders acting quickly enough?

    This Chatham House Ageing and Health conference assesses the global response to the challenges facing ageing societies as the time for forward-thinking solutions ticks away. Innovative ideas are needed now to meet the health and economic burden and build prosperity in an ageing world.

    Register now for policy perspectives from developed economies, low- and middle-income countries, and expert insights from health, medical and economic professionals.

    For help with your registration contact conferences@chathamhouse.org or phone +44 (0)20 7314 2782.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Kamil Hussain
    Organiser email: 
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Chatham House
    10 St James's Square
    LondonSW1Y 4LE

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 8:15am - 9:30am

    Location

    IFoA Offices
    7 Conference Square, Level 2 Exchange Crescent
    EdinburghEH3 8RAUnited Kingdom

    This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Life, GI or any other technical discipline).

     

    Come along prepared to take part and say what you think!

     

    Why is professional skills training important?

     

    What is whistleblowing?  What are your professional responsibilities when something “does not smell right”?  Where should you go for advice and support?

     

    What sorts of situations can arise in practice?  We will watch and discuss some of the recently developed video case studies. Come and prepare to be challenged – these everyday situations may have a sting in the tail.

    This session will qualify for one hour of Professional Skills CPD, as required by some members under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2014/2015.

     

    If you book a place and then find yourself unable to attend a professional skills event, please inform the events team to avoid preventing others who wish to attend being able to do so.  These events often have a waiting list.

     

    Event Timings:

    08:15 – 08:30 : Registration

    08:30 – 09:30 : Presentation

    Speaker:

    Neil Hilary (member of the Professionalism Content Development Working Group)


    General information
    Organiser: 
    Events Team
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    IFoA Offices
    7 Conference Square, Level 2 Exchange Crescent
    EdinburghEH3 8RA

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 3:30pm - 7:00pm

    Location

    Heriot Watt University campus
    James Watt Conference Centre 1, Riccarton
    EdinburghEH14 4ASUnited Kingdom

    15.30 - Registration

    16.00 - Speech by SAS Vice-President - The year in review

    16.10 - Cyber risk / big data (Speaker tbc)

    16.40 - Risk management of emerging epidemics - Dr. Gordon Woo (RMS)

    17.10 - Coffee break

    17.30 - Leadership in the Actuarial world (official title tbc by 3/2/15) - Mr. Thomas Chalmers & Mr. Russell Borland (Leading Figures)

    18.30 - Prize giving for best question asked by Scottish Board

    18.40 - Closing speech by SAS president

    18.50 - Close

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Ley Kuan Law
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    3.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Heriot Watt University campus
    James Watt Conference Centre 1, Riccarton
    EdinburghEH14 4AS

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, February 12, 2015 - 9:00am - 5:00pm
    Events Force ID: 
    https://www.eventsforce.net/tap/722/register
    Event papers access code: 
    Product14

    Location

    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJUnited KingdomPhone: 020 7632 1498

    The Life CPD committee are offering a new CPD event which will include the opportunity to:

    • Hear industry speakers on the challenges of the protection market
    • Improve understanding of  the market and todays consumer
    • Learn lessons from the past
    • Ask questions and maybe find solutions to latest issues.

    Who should attend?

    • Practitioners in protection from both life and health practice areas
    • Actuaries working in product development, management and marketing.

    Programme timings:

    Registration: 09.00 - 09.30

    Programme: 09.30 - 17.00

     

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Hannah Watson
    CPD hours: 
    6.25 hours
    Costs
    Member price [new]: 
    345.00 GBP
    Non-member price [NEW]: 
    445.00 GBP
    Costs description: 

    A £50 will be added to any bookings made after 29 January 2015.

    Any cancellations made before 29 January 2015 will receive a refund minus a 20% administration fee.  Any cancellations made after 29 January 2015 will not receive a refund.  Please note a collegue can attend in your place.

    Group discounts are available for groups of 6 or more from the same company.  All bookings must be made at the same time.

    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJPhone: 020 7632 1498
    Venue region: 
    South England
    Brochure attachment: 

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, February 18, 2015 - 8:15am - 9:30am

    Location

    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJUnited Kingdom

    This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Life, GI or any other technical discipline).

     

    Come along prepared to take part and say what you think!

     

    Why is professional skills training important?

     

    What is whistleblowing?  What are your professional responsibilities when something “does not smell right”?  Where should you go for advice and support?

     

    What sorts of situations can arise in practice?  We will watch and discuss some of the recently developed video case studies. Come and prepare to be challenged – these everyday situations may have a sting in the tail.

    This session will qualify for one hour of Professional Skills CPD, as required by some members under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2014/2015.

     

    If you book a place and then find yourself unable to attend a professional skills event, please inform the events team to avoid preventing others who wish to attend being able to do so.  These events often have a waiting list.


    Event Timings:

    08:15 – 08:30 : Registration

    08:30 – 09:30 : Presentation

    Speakers:

    Malcolm Lee and Neil Hilary (members of the Professionalism Content Development Working Group)


    General information
    Organiser: 
    Events Team
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJ

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    Event date: 
    Monday, February 23, 2015 - 9:30am - Wednesday, February 25, 2015 - 4:00pm

    Location

    UEA Norwich
    Norwich Research Park
    Norwich, Norfolk NR4 7TJUnited Kingdom

    Multivariate response data abound in many applications including insurance, risk management, finance, health and environmental sciences. Data from these application areas have different dependence structures including features such as tail dependence (dependence among extreme values) or negative dependence. Modelling dependence among multivariate outcomes is an interesting problem in statistical science. The dependence between random variables is completely described by their multivariate distribution. One may create multivariate distributions based on particular assumptions thus, limiting their use. For example, most existing multivariate distributions assume margins of the same form (e.g., Gaussian, Poisson, etc.) or limited dependence (e.g., tail independence, positive dependence, etc.). To solve this problem, copula functions (multivariate  distributions with uniform margins on the unit interval) seem to be a promising solution. The power of copulas for dependence modelling is due to the dependence structure being considered separate from the univariate margins. Copulas are a useful way to model multivariate data as they account for the dependence structure and provide a flexible representation of the multivariate distribution. They allow for flexible dependence modelling, different from assuming simple linear correlation structures and normality, which makes them well suited to the aforementioned application areas. In particular, the theory and application of copulas have become important in finance, insurance and other areas, in order to deal with dependence in the joint tails. 

    Please follow the link below for a programme of the course:

    https://www.uea.ac.uk/computing/dependence-modelling-using-multivariate-copulas-with-applications-2014-15 

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Aristidis K. Nikoloulopoulos
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    UEA Norwich
    Norwich Research Park
    Norwich, Norfolk NR4 7TJ

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    Event date: 
    Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - 8:30am - 9:30am

    Location

    Royal London
    1 Thistle Street
    EdinburghEH2 1DGUnited Kingdom

    Speakers : Nick Dexter - Senior Advisor, Prudential Regulation Authority

                     Sandy Reid - Group ERM Integration Manager, Standard Life

                     James Crispin - Aegon UK plc.

     

    At this session you will have the opportunity to listen to, and interact with, leading actuaries in the field of recovery and resolution planning, with a presentation by members of Nick Dexter's working group.

    Resolution planning is becoming an important extension of stress testing with its own PRA Fundamental Rule. However, it is not just an actuarial topic, so this is a great chance for actuaries to involve their colleagues in their work. The session will involve the presentation of a draft framework for developing a resolution plan, and will invite the audience to share their experiences both in this area and in dealing with crisis situations more generally.

    Who will this be of interest to?

    This session will be of interest to any actuary involved in stress testing or senior management (given it is becoming more common for regulators to want to understand the impact of significant transactions or restructuring in creating or increasing barriers to resolution)

    If you would like to attaned this event event please contact Tess Joyce

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Tess Joyce
    Organiser email: 
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Royal London
    1 Thistle Street
    EdinburghEH2 1DG
    Venue region: 
    Scotland

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    Event date: 
    Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - 9:00am - 4:30pm
    Events Force ID: 
    741

    Location

    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJUnited Kingdom

    Why attend?

    Removing risk and progressing towards the end of a pension scheme’s journey can be a technical and time-consuming business for companies and scheme trustees. On occasion, the end of the pension scheme can be outside of the trustees’ control and entry to the Pension Protection Fund becomes inevitable. In any case, as pensions actuaries, our clients and/or employers look to us for guidance.

    This seminar will present a variety of views from industry experts on the end game, looking at past experience through case studies and considering possible future developments.

    The programme will include the following sessions:

     • Corporate perspective on current de-risking strategies

     • Traditional buy-in versus sustainable run off

     • Insurer’s views on post-budget landscape

     • Liability driven investment

     Who should attend?

     This seminar will be relevant for all actuaries in the pensions industry.

     You can book your place now.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Petrina Parnell
    CPD hours: 
    5.00 hours
    Costs
    Member price [new]: 
    345.00 GBP
    Non-member price [NEW]: 
    445.00 GBP
    Member price: 
    345.00
    Non-member price: 
    445.00
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJ
    Venue region: 
    South England
    Brochure attachment: 

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    Event date: 
    Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

    Location

    Deloitte
    1 City Square
    LeedsLS1 2ALUnited Kingdom

    Yorkshire Actuarial Society - "Joint Forum on Actuarial Regulation: A Risk Perspective" and a new framework for Technical Actuarial Standards - An FRC presentation

    Speaker - FRC

    Venue - Deloitte, 1 City Square, Leeds, LS1 2AL

    To gather feedback on their recently published consultations "Joint Forum on Actuarial Regulation: A Risk Perspective" and a new framework for Technical Actuarial Standards (TAS's) the FRC will present explaining the background to the consultations, with break-out table discussions on risks where actuarial work is relevant followed by discussions and a question and answer session on the new framework for Technical Actuarial Standards.

    Background:

    The Joint Forum on Actuarial Regulation ("JFAR") was established in 2013 by the Financial Reporting Council, the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, the Financial Conduct Authority, the Pensions Regulator and the Prudential Regulation Authority. The JFAR is a unique collaboration between regulators to co-ordinate, within the context of its members' objectives, the identification of and response to public interest risks to which actuarial work is relevant.

    The FRC, with support of its JFAR partners has published "Joint Forum on Actuarial Regulation: A Risk perspective" to seek wider input at this preliminary stage on the JFAR's analysis.

    The FRC has also recently published a consultation on a new framework for Technical Actuarial Standards (TASs). The proposals in the consultation include:

    • The introduction of a new FRC actuarial standard (Technical Actuarial Standard 100: Principles for Actuarial Work "TAS 100") which includes high-level principles applicable to all actuarial work - TAS 100 will in time replace the FRC's Generic TASs and it is proposed that TAS 100 would come in to effect from 1 January 2016; and
    • A review of the scope and content of the FRC's Specific TASs which will take account of feedback on the Risk perspective.

    The closing dates for the Risk Perspective consultation is 20 February 2015 and the closing date for the Framework consultation is 8 March 2015

     

    If you would like to attend this event please contact Malcolm Slee malcolm.slee@aviva.co.uk

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Malcolm Slee
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Deloitte
    1 City Square
    LeedsLS1 2AL
    Venue region: 
    North England

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, February 26, 2015 - 8:30am - 10:00am

    Location

    Towers Watson
    96 Fountainbridge, 2 Lochrin Square
    EdinburghEH3 9QAUnited Kingdom

    Nearly a year on from the 2014 budget announcement, three Towers Watson consultants share their experience of the impact on DB schemes with particular focus on members' options.

    Speakers - Stephen Yates, Andrew Hornell and Stuart Cook from Towers Watson

    Timings

    08.30 - Registration and refreshments

    09.00 - Programme

    10.00 - Close of event

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Dawn Neil
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Towers Watson
    96 Fountainbridge, 2 Lochrin Square
    EdinburghEH3 9QA

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, February 12, 2015 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm

    Location

    Aon Hewitt Offices
    Colmore Gate, 2 Colmore Row
    BirminghamB3 2QDUnited Kingdom

    Birmingham Actuarial Society are delighted to have Natasha and Robert joining them from the FRC to present and gather feedback on their recently published consultations

    • Joint Forum on Actuarial regulations: A Risk Perspective

    • A New Framework for Technical Actuarial Standards (TASs)

    The session will explain the background to the consultation, with break-out table discussions on where risk is relevant to actuarial work, followed by discussion and Q&A on the new framework for Technical Actuarial Standards. This will be an excellent opportunity to reflect on the standards expected of IFoA members and to help shape the future regulatory framework. Non-Aviva employees: Please contact Dave Storman in advance to arrange access to Aviva's offices

    Event Timings

    17.00 - Registration

    17.30-19.00 - Programme

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Caroline Kidd
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Aon Hewitt Offices
    Colmore Gate, 2 Colmore Row
    BirminghamB3 2QD

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    Event date: 
    Monday, February 16, 2015 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm

    Location

    Aviva Surrey House Basement
    Surrey Street
    NorwichNR1 3NXUnited Kingdom

    Norwich Actuarial Society are delighted to have Natasha and Robert joining them from the FRC to present and gather feedback on their recently published consultations

    The session will explain the background to the consultation, with break-out table discussions on where risk is relevant to actuarial work, followed by discussion and Q&A on the new framework for Technical Actuarial Standards.

     

    This will be an excellent opportunity to reflect on the standards expected of IFoA members and to help shape the future regulatory framework.

     

    Non-Aviva employees: Please contact Dave Storman in advance to arrange access to Aviva's offices

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Dave Storman
    Organiser email: 
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Aviva Surrey House Basement
    Surrey Street
    NorwichNR1 3NX

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, February 26, 2015 - 5:30pm - 7:00pm

    Location

    KPMG
    100 Temple Street
    BristolBS1 6AGUnited Kingdom

    Bristol Actuarial Society are delighted to have Natasha and Robert joining them from the FRC to present and gather feedback on their recently published consultations

    The session will explain the background to the consultation, with break-out table discussions on where risk is relevant to actuarial work, followed by discussion and Q&A on the new framework for Technical Actuarial Standards.

    This will be an excellent opportunity to reflect on the standards expected of IFoA members and to help shape the future regulatory framework.

     

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Bristol Actuarial Society
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    KPMG
    100 Temple Street
    BristolBS1 6AG

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