This seminar will provide insights on how risk functions are evolving and lines 1 and 2 are working together to influence Board risk strategies now that Solvency 2 has been implemented. Within this context, the seminar also provides the opportunity to engage with current risks such as longevity and market risks while also exploring emerging risks from the growing digitisation of the industry.
While primarily aimed at actuaries in Life offices who are not in a line 2 function, this seminar would also be useful for actuaries in other practice areas, such as Finance and Investment or Health and Care who are interested in understanding key issues and developments in the “risk world”.
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0207 632 1498
|09.20-09.30||Chair's welcome - Kim Durniat, Barnet Waddingham|
How Risk Functions are Evolving
Now that Solvency II has been implemented, what is the current development around the structure of risk functions?
Is the role of risk changing and how will it work with actuaries in other areas of the business?
Where does the actuarial function and chief actuary sit and what does this mean for life actuaries and heir position in life companies?
How is operation risk
Speaker: Stephen Wilcox
Market Risk and/or Illiquid Assets and the Risk Sssociated with Them
A session on Market risk for Life Actuaries, Or a session on Illiquid assets and the risks associated with them.
Speaker: Patrick van Beek, Aviva
Recent trends in longevity risks and their impact on Life companies.
Speakers: Steve Bale, Aon Hewitt
How do boards define their risk appetite and in particular manage a variety of different metrics and measures.
Examples from and focus on setting risk appetite for liquidity risk and the different metrics used.
How can line 1 influence line 2 and work together to drive forward the board’s strategy?
Speakers: Jenny Elliott and Jacquie Curness, Aviva
Risk Management in a Digital World
A “work in progress” presentation of the outputs from the Risk Management in a Digital World Working Party, which seeks to form views and recommendations to assist actuarial practitioners, and other interested parties, in risk management considerations relating to InsurTech
Speakers: Daniel Bruce, Crowe Horwath and Jools Manning, Just.
Consumer Risk Metrics
How do consumers view risk, and what are the implications for Life companies
Speakers: Jane Hitchcock and Annie Tay, Consumer Risk Metrics Working Party
How is the CRO getting buy-in from their Lines 1 and 2
A strategic plenary session from a senior actuarial CRO on risk behaviours and how to get buy-in?
Speaker: Simon Gadd, L&G
|17.00||Close of event|
Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ
Nearest Public Transport
Members - £445.00
Non member - £595.00
Cancellation fee - £50