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Tuesday, June 8
9:30am Eastern Daylight Time GS1: Hard Markets and New Capital: A New Normal? Gregory Hendrick, Vantage Group Holdings; Elizabeth Geary, TransRe; Conan Ward, Qomplx show more Description 2020 was a year filled with a confluence of activity: pandemic exposures, growing cyber risk, ongoing and increasing social inflation, a derecho, hurricanes galore, earthquakes, wildfires and even more. And while this was happening, a set of new companies have formed to provide fresh capital to the (re)insurance market. What does this all mean? Our general session for the virtual Reinsurance Seminar will bring together industry leaders to discuss the state of the industry during this evolving market cycle. They will answer questions such as: • Is this a hard market or is it just hardening slightly? • Compared to prior capital infusions, how is this year’s new capital the same, or different? • Did the new market capital materially impact the pricing or coverage landscape? • What will be the future coverage options for emerging risks like communicable disease, cyber, and flood? • The new buzz word, ESG: How does it influence business today and inform future strategy? Session Type General Session Learning Objective 1 Recognize the key capital trends driving the reinsurance industry in the last few years. Learning Objective 2 Compare and contrast the current underwriting situation to previous market cycles in the reinsurance industry. Learning Objective 3 Discuss the unique characteristics of today's market and expected key trends over the next decade. Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Stephanie Gould Rabin
11:15am Eastern Daylight Time CS20: Public Entities and the Reinsurance Market Heather Burgess, NLC Mutual; Dubravka Romano; Brent Wells, County Reinsurance, Limited show more Description Law Enforcement Liability. Sexual Abuse Liability. Cyber Liability. Property. All are hot topic risk exposures for public entities. Tune in for an open dialogue between two carrier underwriters and one public entity risk manager as they share their insights on the challenges that they are facing in today’s environment and the innovative solutions that they are imploring to move their organizations forward. Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Christopher McKenna CS23: Telematics and Distracted Driving Rebecca Bredehoeft, Swiss Re; Ryan McMahon, Cambridge Mobile Telematics; Kyle Schmitt; Geoffrey Werner, Werner Advisory LLC show more Description This session will address the possibilities that telematics brings, including how it can help address the problem of distracted driving. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Learn about the various sensors and devices used to capture telematics data Learning Objective 2 Define what is distracted driving and understand its impact on industry loss experience Learning Objective 3 Understand how telematics can be used to track and/or prevent distracted driving incidents and the resulting adverse events Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Rebecca Bredehoeft CS26: Transactional Liability Ricardo Ramotar, Swiss Re; Nicholas DeMartini, Partner Re; Daniel Doebele, The Hartford show more Description Transactional Liability insurance is a maturing line of business, having experienced worldwide growth in recent years. This session will provide an overview of the transactional liability marketplace and products that comprise the segment. We will discuss the fundamentals of reps and warranties insurance, the claims process, industry loss experience, and the current issues facing the line of business from an underwriter, claims and reinsurance point of view. Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Chenyan Hannah Huang CS28: Workers Compensation - Market Update Bryan Ware, Amtrust Financial; Lisa Walsh, Swiss Re; Brett King, New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board show more Description This session will provide a current view of the US workers compensation market from three perspectives - a primary writer, a reinsurer, and a rating bureau. The session will include highlights from the NCCI's Annual Issues Symposium, discussion of recent developments related to COVID-19, and recent analysis of excess loss development for workers compensation. Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Trevor Leitch
1:15pm Eastern Daylight Time CS5: Cyber Market – Where do we go from here? Norman Niami, APCIA; Brad Gow, Sompo International; Annamaria Landaverde, Munich Re, US; Alexander Podmore show more Description The Cyber insurance market had enjoyed unhindered growth and profitability for much of the last decade. In the last 18-24 months we have seen a material shift in threat actor activity resulting in increasing losses, concerns around the rating environment and the ability to assess the true exposure in cyber risk; the result is a rapidly hardening market. The panel dives into some of these challenges the cyber market is battling and also what we can expect to come in the near future. Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Alex Podmore CS7: Equity Analysts' View of the Industry Meyer Shields, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc.; Alan Zimmermann; Matthew Carletti show more Description This session will feature a discussion by equity analysts that cover the P&C industry. The industry continues to evolve in how its capital is financed and equity analysts provide an important view into recent trends across the industry. We will discuss recent developments such as COVID-19 and catastrophe losses, market conditions, inflation and interest rates, and new capital and entrants. We will also cover the recent growth in insurtech platforms and their valuations. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Discuss current trends and results in (re)insurance markets Learning Objective 2 Understand how equity analysts evaluate (re)insurance companies Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Raju Bohra CS10: Finding Waldo: Geospatial Solutions to Cat Risk Dan Zitelli, Holborn Corporation; David Jowell, GIA Map show more Description NEWSFLASH: A new risk has emerged that isn't modeled NEWSFLASH: Company X writes more risk than it should have and has an outsized loss NEWSFLASH: A massive event happens, but it's impossible to access the properties right now and every stakeholder wants to know how much loss does Company X These newsflashes are more common than uncommon in the insurance industry today. One of the greatest types of technology to manage and understand our accumulation of catastrophic risk is Geospatial in nature. This panel will discuss ways in which geospatial technology can be used to answer these newsflashes Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Stephanie Rabin CS12: Growth in the Private Flood Market David Evans, Milliman; Matt Junge, Swiss Re; Christopher Sykes, Guy Carpenter; Raghuveer Vinukollu, Munich Re America show more Description The private flood market was nearly nonexistent only a few years ago. However, the growth in highly detailed modeling tools opened a whole new market. The ability to differentiate the flood exposure potential of one property relative to the one next door, across the entire country, makes it possible to develop very detailed pricing systems to reflect exposure to flood. Since the historical take-up rate with for flood insurance has been relatively low, and a significant protection gap exists in the market. Can the private market step in to fill that gap? This session will focus on a discussion on the current state of the private flood market; specifically on the solutions available to the property owners and the tools available to carriers that can address the high protection gap that exists and thus the resilience of communities after a flood event. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Understand what changed in recent years to allow private carriers to get comfortable with this exposure Learning Objective 2 What is the current state of the market for private carriers? Learning Objective 3 What is the role of reinsurance for this product? Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Chris Sykes
3:15pm Eastern Daylight Time CS8: Evaluating Risk Transfer without Using Ad-Hoc Rules Joseph Boor, Retired; Michelle Sun, NORCAL Mutual Insurance Company; William Miller, KPMG Bermuda show more Description This session will review the current benchmarks and rules utilized in risk transfer transactions, and suggest a potential additional approach that is an objective, non-arbitrary method of assessing risk transfer and the fiscal propriety of reinsurance contracts. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Review the most popular current methodologies of assessing risk transfer Learning Objective 2 Introduce a non-arbitrary method for reviewing risk transfer to evaluate the capital savings and appropriateness of reinsurance programs Level of Knowledge Level 3: Working knowledge of the subject Moderator John Ferrara CS15: Latin America Market Camilo Gonzalez Guevara, AXA XL; Duare Perez Alonso, Swiss Re; Sergio Gomez, Aon Reinsurance Solutions show more Description This session will provide attendees with an introduction to the Latin America Insurance and Reinsurance market. The speakers will outline the market characteristics, provide an overview of analytics in the region and then speak to the future of the market. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Attendees will be able to describe aspects unique to the Latin America market. Learning Objective 2 Attendees will recognize and identify predictive analytics in the region. Learning Objective 3 Attendees will recognize the data limitations associated with the market place in Latin America. Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Tracy Valentine CS18: Professionalism Trivia: Greatest Hits Peter Royek, Toa Reinsurance Company of America; John Gleba, Madison Consulting Group show more Description During this session by the Committee on Professionalism Education, participants will use their cell phones to participate in a real-time Trivia game! This session will qualify for Continuing Education in the area of Professionalism, as many questions will relate to Actuarial Standards of Practice, the US Qualification Standards, and/or the Code of Conduct. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Apply the Code of Professional Conduct Precepts, Actuarial Standards of Practice (ASOPs) and the Statement of Principles to actuarial work. Learning Objective 2 Recognize actuarial gray areas and respond in a manner that upholds the reputation of the actuarial profession. Learning Objective 3 Utilize resources available to help actuaries abide by the standards. Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Christian Hauprich CS22: Social Inflation Tim McCarthy, ISO/Verisk; Dana Franzetti, Swiss Re; William Wilt, Assured Research, LLC; Albert Mayer, Network Adjusters Inc. show more Description The topic of this session is the drivers of social inflation and the impact on casualty results. Panelists will approach this issue from several different perspectives. The first panelist will review evidence of increased social inflation and the socio-economic drivers. It will include a review of the trends in court statistics and in jury verdicts. He will then discuss drivers including increased legal advertising, developments in litigation financing, and income inequality. The second panelist is an attorney and reinsurance claims department leader. Based on her experience working on large cases, she will discuss the increased effectiveness of the plaintiff’s bar and some of the tactics they have been employing to drive their success; thereby, causing strong challenges to the insurance industry. The third panelist is the VP of claims at a TPA who will discuss some of the considerations and challenges of factoring in social inflation to the claim settlement process especially in longer-tailed lines of business. He will also examine the effect that the erosion of the dollar has with regards to $1m limits. Finally, all panelists expect to offer their perspective regarding Covid-19’s effect on social inflation. Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Tim McCarthy
Wednesday, June 9
9:30am Eastern Daylight Time CS4: Crop Insurance Modeling and Market Overview Jim Konstanty, Partner Re; Avery Cook, Hudson Crop show more Description This session will provide an overview of the US crop insurance sector and updates on the key international markets of India and China. The discussion of the US crop market will include the following: an overview of the main multiperil crop insurance product (MPCI), a summary of key supporting products such as crop hail, market experience for recent years, and the additional challenges faced by reinsurers trying to write this line of business profitably. In addition, one of the panelists has been pioneer in the modeling of this exposure; he will discuss various approaches to the modelling of crop insurance and the challenges with each. Finally, that panelist will provide an update regarding recent developments in the crop insurance markets in China and India. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Overview of US Crop Insurance Market Learning Objective 2 Generalized approaches for crop insurance modeling Learning Objective 3 Recent developments in large markets outside of the United States. Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Jeff Dollinger CS6: Equity & Inclusion: Advancing diverse teams from mid-level to management and beyond Gloria Asare, FCAS, International Association of Black Actuaries; Elizabeth Owen, Ezra Penland Actuarial Recruitment; David Terne, Swiss Re; Mallika Bender show more Description Diversity is often the focus of those hiring at the entry level, but the benefits to actuarial teams take more effort to unlock. In this session, panelists will illustrate the concepts of "equity" vs "equality" and describe how inclusive and equitable practices can help to develop future leaders from diverse backgrounds. We will share recommendations from the International Association of Black Actuaries’ for developing and advancing diverse leaders. We will also hear a recruiter’s perspective on the challenges that mid-level actuaries experience when seeking advancement opportunities. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Identify the biases and barriers hindering diversity in leadership Learning Objective 2 Understand the business benefits of diverse management teams Learning Objective 3 Apply equity practices to advancement and promotion of future leaders Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Mallika Bender CS9: Experience Rating Methods Divided by an Ocean Ana Mata, MatBlas Ltd; Marni Novack, ISO/Verisk; Caitlyn Pace, Swiss Re; Justin Ranney, XL Reinsurance America Inc show more Description This session will provide a comparison of basic experience rating calculations and methods used in the US and UK, as well as highlighting some newly developed methods for analyzing ground-up vs. excess trends using ILFs, and measuring the impact of COVID on expected losses in 2020. Trending and developing claims are the cornerstone of experience rating. In this presentation, we will discuss several commonly asked questions including what period should be considered for inflation and how to assess the ‘maturity’ of claims reported and reserved late. We will provide an overview of a number of methods across regions for trending claims for inflation and methods for developing claims to ultimate in an excess of loss layer. Development methods that split IBNER and IBNR will be discussed. We will illustrate the important interconnection between severity and frequency trends on excess trend estimation, including the usage of various methods utilizing simulation highlighted in a submitted Variance article The session will also include the impacts of COVID on the distortion of experience rating factors such as loss development, trend measures, and profitability indications during the various historical and projected phases of the COVID pause and the anticipated turnaround. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Comparing and contrasting different basic actuarial methods employed on both sides of the ocean Learning Objective 2 Understanding the interconnections between severity, frequency, and increased limits factors on estimating excess trends Learning Objective 3 How actuaries can approach handling the distorting effects of Covid Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Caitlyn Pace CS16: MGA/Fronting - A Perspective from the Field Bruce Fell, Amynta Group; Matthew Grossberg, Integrated Specialty Coverages, LLC; James Mann, Clear Blue Insurance Group; Michael Jameson, Guy Carpenter show more Description The size and scope of the MGA market has been steadily growing. This is paralleled by the growth in the number of fronting carriers and the volume of business they are writing. This session will provide insight into the dynamics leading to the growth in this market and the challenges faced by these insurers. They tend to have significant reliance on reinsurance and these aspect of the market will be discussed as well. Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Bruce Fell CS21: Reserve Risk Solutions (LPT/ADCs) Gabriel Ware, Enstar Group; Kenneth Kruger, Munich Re America Services, Inc. show more Description Insurance companies are increasingly looking for reinsurance solutions to transfer legacy/runoff exposures, address reserve uncertainty, and manage reserve risk capital requirements. In recent years, the LPT/ADC market has been increasingly active, supported by a growing legacy specialist reinsurer capital base as well as several new entrants. This session will provide an overview of the current state of the structured reinsurance market, general characteristics of structured deals, and case study examples of recent transactions. We will also focus on client considerations and motivations. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Provide overview of retroactive reinsurance reserve solutions Learning Objective 2 Understand objectives such as legacy portfolio transfer and reserve capital relief Learning Objective 3 Discuss structuring, pricing, and placement drivers Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Raj Bohra
11:15am Eastern Daylight Time CS14: Insurtech Chris Downer; David Wright, Beach and Associates Ltd.; Andrew Johnston, Willis Re show more Description Insurtech is a fast-growing and highly talked about segment in the insurance market. This session will cover all things insurtech including how they are defined, what they are addressing, and recent transactions. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 What is an insurtech? Learning Objective 2 Various financing structures involving insurtechs (private rounds, IPO, SPAC, acquisitions) Learning Objective 3 Insurtech's impact to the industry Learning Objective 4 Insurer vs. Reinsurer involvement Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator David Wright CS25: The COVID Year: Key Pandemic Topics for 2021 and Beyond Alex Twose, EY; Christopher Bozman, Willis Towers Watson show more Description COVID 19 and the pandemic has been a major issue for both the insurance and reinsurance industry. Lines of business have been impacted both positively and negatively from the deadly impact of the virus, the lack of economic activity and the stay at home activities of the world. Many lines of insurance were directly impacted by the effects of the pandemic including lines such as credit, mortgage, business interruption and first responders workers compensation to name a few. The impacts have been unique in the United States as well as the London Market. This panel will provide perspective for the reinsurance market from both a US and London Market viewpoint. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Become familiar with the impacts of COVID on the US reinsurance market Learning Objective 2 Become familiar with the impacts of COVID on the London reinsurance market Learning Objective 3 Familiarity with major legal cases impacting Business Interruption cover internationally Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator John Buchanan CS27: We're not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy! Midwest Derechos / Thunderstorms David Smith, CoreLogic; Cagdas Kafali, AIR Worldwide; Juergen Grieser, RMS Ltd.; Kelly Hereid, Liberty Mutual Insurance; David Hamilton, RenaissanceRe Risk Sciences show more Description While the record-breaking 2020 Atlantic hurricane season may have drawn more attention, last year’s US thunderstorm season produced greater insured losses, topped by the Midwest derecho. This panel will discuss lessons learned from recent severe US thunderstorm seasons, highlighting the impact of the derecho event and the challenges this peril poses in catastrophe modeling. Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Kelly Hereid
1:15pm Eastern Daylight Time CS1: Adult Learning? Brain Rules? Whaaaa? Stephanie Rabin show more Description An extension of the prior Brain Rules sessions, this interactive session will explore how to apply brain rules and adult learning theory to get more results out of your meetings. Bring your questions and success stories! We want to hear! Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Present more impactful slides Learning Objective 2 Do what we know! Use adult learning theory to guide our meetings. Learning Objective 3 Design targeted topical meeting flow Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Chris Hauprich CS2: Black Swans on the High Seas - Challenges and Opportunities in the Marine Market Sean Dalton, Munich Re America; Brian Stroop, Guy Carpenter show more Description • Overview of Ocean Marine Market and Results • Marine Lines of Business • Large and More Complex Losses • Challenges • Opportunities Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Matt Schmitt CS17: Mortgage Credit Risk Transfer (CRT) During a Pandemic Michael Schmitz, Milliman Inc.; Jonathan Berenbom, Guy Carpenter & Co. LLC; Seamus Fearon, Arch Capital Group Ltd. show more Description Mortgage credit risk transfer (“CRT”) is an important component of the U.S. housing finance system. Under conservatorship of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (“FHFA”), Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (together, the Government Sponsored Enterprises or “GSE”s) have come to market with various structures to transfer mortgage credit risk to both investors, via securities offerings (“Capital Markets execution"), and reinsurers, via insurance offerings (“Reinsurance execution”). Reinsurance of the monoline mortgage guaranty insurers has also become an important part of the CRT landscape. The COVID-19 pandemic is shifting all facets of the economic landscape including CRT. This panel will explore the implications of the evolving pandemic on mortgage CRT by addressing the following questions: • Economic conditions have changed drastically during the unfolding pandemic. What will mortgage performance look like in light of these shifting economic conditions and why should this differ from performance during the Global Financial Crisis; • Unprecedented government assistance including the CARES Act has been deployed to stem the economic challenges. What impact will the various borrower assistance programs have on projected mortgage performance and CRT; • Temporary loan forbearance has been widely utilized for borrowers facing financial hardship, with such loans being treated as delinquencies. What are the implications for CRT transactions and for mortgage insurer capital requirements; • The GSEs have been meeting the majority of their CRT capacity with capital markets executions and the monoline mortgage insurers have also tapped both the reinsurance and capital markets for protection. How might dislocations in the capital markets including reduced CRT bond liquidity impact the demand for CRT reinsurance capacity from the GSEs and mortgage insurers; and • While not related to the pandemic, the FHFA recently reproposed a capital rule for the GSEs. What is the potential impact of this rule on the GSEs and how might it affect CRT programs in the future? Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Participants will learn what mortgage performance may look like in light of shifting economic conditions and why should this differ from performance during the Global Financial Crisis. Learning Objective 2 Participants will learn what impact the various borrower assistance programs will have on projected mortgage performance and CRT. Learning Objective 3 Participants will learn what the implications are of temporary loan forbearance programs for CRT transactions and for mortgage insurer capital requirements. Learning Objective 4 Participants will learn about the potential impact of the FHFA recently proposed credit rule for the GSEs and how might it affect CRT programs in the future. Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Brian Mullen CS24: The Cost of Goods Sold: Determining the Cost of Capital for Insurance Risk by Line Stephen Mildenhall, Convex Risk LLC; John Major show more Description This session will explain how to load loss costs for risk. It will compare traditional methods (constant ROE, endless debate about allocation) with distortion, or spectral, risk measure approaches (variable cost of capital, but unique allocation). It will apply the theory to a notional portfolio. It will highlight that diversification, relative tail thickness by line, and limited liability interact in subtle ways to produce the final answer. Distortion methods will be shown to correspond directly to differential costs of capital across a realistic capital structure. The theory will be applied to reinsurance purchasing strategy and retention setting. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Distinguish capital from equity; Compute the weighted average cost of capital; Explain why equity capital is expensive Learning Objective 2 Describe and apply traditional methods to adding the cost of capital; Describe and apply distortion-based methods Learning Objective 3 Apply pricing methods on a stand-alone and pooled basis; Understand how you expect different methods to act; Validate understanding on a notional portfolio Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Andy Feng
3:15pm Eastern Daylight Time CS3: Climate Change: Data, Litigation, and Risk Management Perspective for (Re)insurers Harsh Jaitak, Kuwait Reinsurance Company; Chelsea Adler, Root Insurance Company show more Description The session takes a comprehensive look at the issue of climate change and will help in understanding the impacts on (re)insurance industry, with emphasis on Commercial general liability, D&O, and property lines of business. It covers the science behind Climate Change, understanding relevant data, damages, and associated costs of Climate Change, and reinsurance market reactions to Climate Change. The session will help participants design better risk management strategies and understand one of the most disruptive risks in the future. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Understand the downstream consequences of Climate Change on the (Re)insurance industry Learning Objective 2 Design better risk mitigation strategies to Climate Change for capital at risk Learning Objective 3 Comprehend the scale of estimated damage and cost of mitigating the impacts of Climate Change Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Justin Levine CS11: Getting it filled: Placements, Panels, Partnerships, Problems – Ceded Re Officers Tell-All Isaac Espinoza, Root Insurance Company; Milena Ospalik, Swiss Re America; Mark Anderson, Farm Bureau Property and Casualty Insurance Company; Kevin Hoban, Swiss Re show more Description This session will include insight from senior professionals on the (re)insurance market, issues and lessons learned from designing an effective reinsurance strategy including the placement process. Session Type Concurrent Session Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Milena Ospalik CS13: IFRS 17 Ernest Wilson; Lela Patrik, PwC show more Description This session will provide a brief overview of the key concepts of IFRS 17 and then focus on the key challenges in the regards to the measurement and reporting of reinsurance contracts. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Provide a brief overview of the key concepts of IFRS 17 Learning Objective 2 Identify the key challenges in the regards to the measurement and reporting of reinsurance contracts Level of Knowledge Level 2: General knowledge of the subject Moderator Derek Jones CS19: Modeling Professionalism Esther Becker, Oliver Wyman Actuarial Consulting; Todd Hess, Swiss Re show more Description Following an introduction to ASOP 56 (Modeling) with a nod to ASOP 38 (Catastrophe Modeling), participants will apply their understanding of the ASOPs to a realistic case study. Participants will also use their cell phones to participate in a real-time quiz! The quiz and case study will provide you with a better understanding of professional obligations around modeling and how to apply the ASOPs and code of conduct when you face your own professional dilemmas. This session will qualify for Continuing Education in the area of Professionalism. Session Type Concurrent Session Learning Objective 1 Learn more about ASOP 56, Modeling, which became effective October 1, 2020 Learning Objective 2 Consider some of the grey areas which arise when we, as actuaries, use models that we may not have developed ourselves Learning Objective 3 Interactively discuss, as a group, how this ASOP applies to and can guide our work Level of Knowledge Level 1: No prior knowledge of the subject Moderator Christian Hauprich
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