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2019

Risk and Investment webinars 2019
Monday 17 June 2019

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Don't overlook the impact at the total-scheme level when de-risking
(Length 00:38:26)

Climate change - time to get strategic
(Length 00:59:28)

An opportunity to make a difference: a deep-dive into offshore wind
(Length 01:03:27)

An emerging risk process that can cope with Brexit
(Length 00:47:17)

You've been IBORed
(Lenght 00:51:47)

Are actuaries good at setting Strategic Asset Allocations ("SAA") for insurers?
(Length 01:02:08)

Square peg, round hole...
(Length 00:57:49)

Video costs:
Members £20 per plenary 
Non-members £35 per plenary

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The Good The Bad The Actuary
11 April 2019 (Length 01:27:58)
2017
Personal Risk Management for Non-Executive Directors
14 November 2017 (Length 01:32:02)
Actuarial Risk Principles: improving decision making
21 June 2017 (Length 01:33:24)

Risk, Investment, Pensions Conference 2017
5-7 June 2017

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Plenary 2: The Professional Toolkit: A Simple Approach to Managing and Assessing Culture in the Workplace 
(Length 01:03:45)
Pensions session: Workshop A1: Making tax on retirement savings fair and efficient
(Length 00:49:08)
Pensions session: Workshop B1: Is Selling Gilts for Buy-in the Best Way of Securing Pension Promises?
(Length 00:46:13)
Pensions session: Workshop C2: Running off Mature Schemes
(00:42:38)
Risk and Pensions Plenary 5: If DB Pensions Didn’t Exist, Would We Invent Them?
(00:58:41)
Finance and Investment Sessions: Workshop D5: QE and the Inflation Dogma; Does it Work and Does it Make Sense?
(Length 00:48:31)
Pensions Sessions: Workshop E2: Fiduciary Duty - The Past, the Present, the Future
(Length 00:43:02)
Finance and Investment and Pensions Plenary 6: Intergenerational Fairness
(Length 00:59:38)
Plenary 7: Future for Actuaries?
(00:54:29)

2016

Momentum 2016
30 November - 2 December 2016

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Plenary 1: Why networking is important for your career and the skills to succeed
Plenary 2 Lightning talks (hot topics in 60 minutes)
Plenary 3: Winners curse - Game theory and insurance pricing
Plenary 4: Panel discussion on Brexit

Operational Risk Working Party
21 March 2016
Sessional event: Mis-estimation risk: Measurement and Impact
29 February 2016, video
2015
Revisions to the UK Corporate Governance Code - Raising the bar on Risk Management: How prepared are UK companies?
24 November 2015, video
Sessional Research Event: Longevity Basis Risk Methodology
8 December 2015
Model Risk - Daring to open the Black Box
23 March 2015, video

Risk and Investment Conference 2015
3-5 June 2015, video

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Sessions available:
Plenary 2: Insights on Current Economic Affairs
Professor Richard Werner
Plenary 3 (RM): ERM from the Point of View of the Investor
Andrew Hitchcox, IFoA Risk Management Board
Plenary 3 (F&I): UK Bonds in a Global Context
Andrew Roberts and Ross Walker, RBS
Plenary 4: Freedom and Choice in Pensions Panel Discussion
David Berenbaum, Pensions Advisory Service, Maggie Craig, FCA and Mark Stopard, Partnership
Plenary 5: Stranded Assets
Mike Clark, Advisory Panel to the Stranded Assets Programme of the University of Oxford Smith School; Mark Campanale, Carbon Tracker Initiative and Sorca Kelly-Scholte, Russell Investments
Workshop A2: Risk and Returns in Infrastructure
Chris Lewin and Working Party Members
Workshop B3: Why Actuaries Can Make Bad CROs
Richard Winter, Bank of England
Workshop C2: The Impact of Low Yield Environment on European Life Assurance
Eugene Dimitriou, PIMCO
Workshop D2: Do Multi Assets, Absolute Return Funds have a Place in Insurance Portfolios?
Russ Bowdrey, Aviva

 

Momentum Conference 2015
2-4 December 2015, video

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Sessions available:
Plenary 1: We Need to Talk about Sustainability - How are Actuaries going to Face Climate Change and Other 21st Century Issues
Speakers: Nico Aspinall, Towers Watson and Louise Pryor
Plenary 2: Behavioural Finance and Retirement Decision Making
Speaker: Iain Clacher, Leeds University Business School
Plenary 3: Expert Judgement
Speakers: Kieran Barnes, Bank of England and Stephen Makin, Hymans Robertson
Plenary 4: A Career as a Chief Investment Officer - Could You Have What it Takes?
Speakers: Jan Coetzee, Swiss Re; Alasdair MacDonald, Towers Watson and Ian McKinlay, Lloyds Banking Group

2014

Risk and Investment Conference 2014
Video

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Plenary 1:  The Economic Impact of the Scottish Referendum
Plenary 2:  The Rules of the Money Game
Plenary 3: What it takes to be an Investment Officer in the New Normal
Plenary 5:  Panel Discussion Meeting the Needs of the Customer
Plenary 6:  Bitcoins and Non-Standard Currencies
Plenary 7:  Limits to Growth

Momentum Conference 2014
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Video
The Implications of the Scottish Independence Referendum for Financial Services
Video
Autumn Lecture 2014: The Age of Uncertainty: What do we know about getting old?
Video
Liquidity: Essence, Risk, Institutions, Markets and Regulation.  A report of the Liquidity Working Party
17 November 2014, video
2013
Spring Lecture 2013
Video
Autumn Lecture 2013
Video

Risk and Investment Conference 2013
Video

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Plenary 1: Actuarial discipline: a threat or an opportunity?
Professor Karel Van Hulle, KU Leuven and Goethe University Frankfurt
Plenary 2: Panel discussion: Communicating Risk, more of an art than a science
Panel members: Helen Chung, Swiss Re, Nick Dumbar, Bloomberg, Wendy Jarrett, NICE and Anthony Reuben, BBC News
Plenary 3: The story of the Prudential Regulation Authority: What kind of regulator will it be?
Andrew Bulley, Prudential Regulations Authority
Plenary 5: A recipe for risk culture: views from the top
Jon MacDonald, Royal London Group
Plenary 6: Risk appetite in practice: designing a risk-led investment stategy at NEST and the PPF
Martin Clarke, PPF and Mark Fawcett, NEST
Plenary 7: No good deed goes unpunished: risk, complexity and unitended consequences
Tim Harford, Economist, presenter and writer

Momentum Conference 2013
Video

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Plenary 2: The Future of Actuarial Science
Donald Mango, Guy Carpenter
Plenary 4: All Aboard
Simon Grout, Steve Allan, Scott Mitchell

2012

Momentum Conference 2012
Video

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Effective Decision Making
Marcus Hurd

A Review of the use of Complex Systems applied to Risk Appetite and Emerging Risks in ERM Practice
17 September 2012, video

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  • ARC Sessional Research Event: Drivers of Mortality - Risk Factors and Inequality

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ
    6 January 2020

    Spaces available

    The authors will focus on a large dataset obtained from the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) and related sources. Data are available at the level of Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) – small geographical areas with, typically, 1000-2000 residents and include death counts, exposures and a significant number of socio-economic variables including the index of multiple deprivation (IMD).

  • SIAS Event: My Journey to Data Science, Big Data and AI

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ
    7 January 2020

    Spaces available

    Patrick Lee is an actuary who has made the transition to working in software architecture and artificial intelligence (AI). He holds Microsoft Professional qualifications in Data Science, Big Data and AI and is currently working towards a DevOps (the automation of software testing and deployment) qualification. He is a member of the IFoA Council and is also President of the Wessex Actuarial Society. He is also a member of the IFoA and the RSS's joint Data Science Focus Group and will talk on the ethical use of AI. 

  • Spaces available

    This IFoA event for NEDs explores what skills and experience are required to undertake non-executive roles, e.g. as independent NEDs on fund boards or members of IGCs. The event will be chaired by Brandon Horwitz, an actuary who is a consultant and who has held various investment governance roles and who specialises in investment governance as well as being an iNED.

  • Spaces available

    This presentation covers the detail for how the matching adjustment is calculated. A small simple example spreadsheet is provided and discussed in detail.

    For actuaries wanting to get more involved with the matching adjustment, this is the opportunity to get a detailed description of the mechanics involved. This includes cashflows derisking, PRA tests as well as hypothecation.

    The presentation is provided by James Sharpe who has worked on a number of matching adjustment calculations with several firms.

  • IFoA Volunteer Recognition Reception

    Staple Inn, 4 High Holborn, Holborn, London WC1V 6DR, UK
    15 January 2020

    Spaces available

    As a thank you to all our Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) volunteers, you are invited to join us at Staple Inn Hall, for an evening of drinks, canapes and networking, in London.

    IFoA President, John Taylor, will be attending and will make a speech

    If you support the IFoA as a volunteer (member or non-member), or in any other role, and you are going to be in London on 15 January, please book your place and join us at this reception.

     

  • Sessional Meeting - Operational Risk Dependencies

    Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 9 Queen St Edinburgh EH2 1JQ
    20 January 2020

    Spaces available

    The Operational Risk Working Party aims to assist actuaries and others in the modelling and management of operational risk. One of the key challenges in modelling operational risk is the modelling of dependencies between operational risks, and between operational and non-operational risks such as market, credit and insurance risk.

  • KSS event in Glasgow: Public Sector Pensions

    Hymans Robertson, Glasgow 20 Waterloo St, Glasgow
    30 January 2020

    Spaces available

    – the unappreciated key assumption, the resulting unsustainable promises, the unmanaged risk and the unrecognised debt? 

    Speaker: Allan Martin will present this talk on 30 January in Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh. If you wish to register for another location please return to the Events Calendar.

  • KSS event in Stirling: Public Sector Pensions

    M&G Prudential, Stirling Craigforth Campus, Stirling
    30 January 2020

    Spaces available

    – the unappreciated key assumption, the resulting unsustainable promises, the unmanaged risk and the unrecognised debt? 

    Speaker: Allan Martin will present this talk on 30 January in Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh. If you wish to register for another location please return to the Events Calendar.

  • KSS event in Edinburgh: Public Sector Pensions

    Hymans Robertson 1, Exchange Place, Semple St, Edinburgh
    30 January 2020

    Spaces available

    – the unappreciated key assumption, the resulting unsustainable promises, the unmanaged risk and the unrecognised debt? 

    Speaker: Allan Martin will present this talk on 30 January in Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh. If you wish to register for another location please return to the Events Calendar.

  • The Great Risk Transfer – Breakfast briefing and launch event

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn London WC1V 7QJ
    31 January 2020

    Spaces available

    Launch of the IFoA’s 2020 thought leadership campaign The Great Risk Transfer. The campaign will examine the trend of the transfer of risk from institutions to individuals, and how people can be better equipped to manage the financial risks they now face. At this breakfast event the IFoA will launch a call for evidence on this topic.

  • Professional Skills Training - London (11 February 2020)

    Staple Inn, High Holborn, London WC1V 7QJ         
    11 February 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • Sessional: Impact of E-cigarettes Working Party

    Royal College of Physicians, 9 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ
    24 February 2020

    Spaces available

    This sessional meeting will be of direct interest to actuaries and others working in the in the Health and Care, Life or Pensions sectors or indeed actuaries with an interest in morbidity or mortality. Note: Registration is from 17.30 in time for the sessional to begin at 18.00.

  • Professional Skills Training - Edinburgh (25 February 2020)

    IFoA (Edinburgh), Level 2, Exchange Crescent 7 Conference Square Edinburgh EH3 8RA
    25 February 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • What does this mean for Actuaries serving as NEDs and Trustees? These areas are likely to provide ne

    Staple Inn, 4 High Holborn, Holborn, London. WC1V 6DR, UK
    19 March 2020

    Spaces available

    Recent years have seen ESG, Climate Change, and Responsible Investing thrust onto the corporate agenda in every boardroom. The same also be said for pension funds. Expectations of how companies should respond are high and NEDs on Boards are expected to adapt and adjust their guidance to companies accordingly. What does this mean for Actuaries serving as NEDs and Trustees?

  • Spring Lecture 2020, Edinburgh - Vicky Pryce

    Assembly Rooms, 54 George St, Edinburgh EH2 2LR
    25 March 2020

    Spaces available

    What next in Economic Policy?

    Please join us on 25 March 2020 for our annual Spring Lecture presented by Vicky Pryce in Edinburgh. 

  • IFoA Asia Conference 2020, Kuala Lumpur

    CCEC Nexus, 7, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    24-25 June 2020
    Spaces available

    The sixth annual Asia Conference once again offers a prestigious line-up of home and international speakers discussing the insurance and financial industry’s innovation and change in Asia. This year's conference in Kuala Lumpur will be hosted by Tan Suee Chieh, IFoA’s first Asian President. He will also make his Presidential address at this conference and will expand on the important elements of IFoA’s new strategy. 

    Additionally, this landmark conference will showcase how the IFoA is reinventing itself to support its members to succeed and thrive in a digital age, within traditional businesses and beyond, as a global organisation. 

    Not to be missed by international industry players, opinion formers, academic and industry leaders, actuaries and non-actuaries.