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Data science - How actuaries can optimize usage of data science techniques within their sectors

Thursday 12 March 2020 08:30 - 17:45

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The world of Data Science continues to exponentially grow with unknown limits and  where it can reach. However, without data we will all still face these challenges in our day to day life.

The aim of the event is to demonstrate how we can optimize the usage of data science techniques within the actuarial domain across our sectors. The Data Science MIG (Members Interest Group) has been established since October 2018, which is a rebrand of MAID (Modelling, Analytics, and Insights from Data working party 'MAID')  and aims to show the opportunities for actuaries in traditional and new areas of work, and how to utilize data science.

This is a working event for delegates to share progress and exchange knowledge about what data science techniques mean for the profession, and most importantly, what we can and should be doing to engage with data science as actuarial professionals.

The event aims to cover six areas:

1) IFoA Data Science certification program

2) General Insurance

3) Life and Health

4) Insurtech

5) Ethics & Regulation

6) Data Strategy

This is a cross-practice session aimed at all members with an interest in data science and its implications for the actuarial profession.

Event organiser

Contact Events Team for more information.

0207 632 1498


09:00 -16:50  Programme will take place
16:50-17:50 Drinks reception




Staple Inn,

4 High Holborn,




Nearest Public Transport

Chancery lane Tube

Pricing information

Member of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries  £445
Non-Member £595


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