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|Asia Conference 2021|
|Asia Conference 2020 Webinar Series|
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Using Actuarial Concepts to Analyze Mitigation Strategies for Climate Risk
A New Dimension in Motor Pricing the Motor Market Analyser
Social Security and Sustainability
Application of IFRS 17 to Takaful contracts
Artificial Intelligence in Actuarial Work
We're Getting Older and Older - Aren't We?
Modular Framework of Machine Learning Pipeline
Machine Learning in Portfolio Management
Next-Gen Insurance leveraging partnerships and advanced analytics
Innovate to Sustain - Health Insurance Solutions for the New Future
Data Science & AI in Banking Risk Management
Liability Aware Investment Solutions
Actuary’s Impact through Lifestyle Products
Ageing/Mortality Panel Session
Enhancing Return of Insurance Companies under Low Interest Rate Environment
The role of data science in customer-centric insurance
Practical Guide to Climate Change
Rising up to the challenge: SEA Non-Life Market Adapts to move forward
Metamorphosis – Rise of the exponential actuary
Key Changes of China’s 2nd set CI Definitions and Incidence Tables (2014-2018)
The C-Ross Phase II and its Potential Impact on Chinese Market
|Asia Conference 2018|
Plenary 1: Risk management - An Integrated and Proactive Approach
Plenary 5: Plenary 5: Regulatory and Professionalism Update
This conference will be of huge benefit to actuaries and leaders at all levels in the financial services who want to gain a thorough understanding of the fast-changing dynamics in the insurance, health, investment and financial industry in Asia.
|Asia Conference 2017|
Plenary 1: Professionalism Lecture
Plenary 4: An actuarial view of climate risks
|Asia Conference 2015|
Asia Conference 2015
Plenary 5: Yesterday's Papers, but not Yesterday's News. Speaker: David Hare, Deloitte
Workshop A2: How to Set Risk Appetite for an Insurance Company - A Practical Case Study. Speaker: Andrew Hitchcox, Chair of the IFoA Risk Management Board
Workshop B3: Risk Dashboards with R Shiny - A C-ROSS Case Study. Speaker: Phil Joubert, Oliver Wyman
Workshop C3: C-ROSS Implication on Investment. Speaker: Bonny Fu, EY
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