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    The CMI Mortality Projections Committee (MPC) will chair a discussion about future mortality improvements, in conjunction with the Staple Inn Actuarial Society (SIAS).
     

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    This session is for new candidates and existing candidates where we will be discussing the practical steps you need to take leading up your exam and on the day. We will be discussing how to testing the online exam platform, downloading and uploading your paper and key information from the Exam Handbook.

    The exam webinar is for candidates, new to IFoA exams and returning candidates, sitting in the April 2022 exam session.

     

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    Actuaries are widely recognised as problem solvers and strategic thinkers, who use their mathematical skills to measure the probability and risk of future events. They excel at using their analytical skills to predict the financial impact of these potential future events.  Faced with increasing economic uncertainties and societal complexities, businesses, government and communities increasingly depend on the skills of actuaries to make sense of the future.

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    Finance in the Public Interest 2022

    The pensions system in the UK and many other countries was set up at a time when expectations over life expectancy, investment returns, inflation and general views on government and companies were all vastly different from where we are today. Adjustments over time go some way to address these changes but generally have other unintended consequences and our current system is unlikely where we would have ended up if we had designed something holistic from scratch.

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    Enterprises are increasingly at risk of suffering financial losses from a cyber event. In line with this, Cyber Operational Risk is an increasingly important area for all IFoA practice areas and organisations regardless of the current escalation of geopolitical tensions. 

    Kovrr, a Cyber risk model vendor to both insurers and enterprise, will use their Cyber risk quantification experience to highlight 

    - the range of events that could occur, 

    - the impacts these can have on your organisation, 

    - what makes these impacts more likely/severe and 

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    During this session the speakers explore the following:

    • Why is inflation important for life insurers? What has happened recently to make insurers focus more on inflation risk than previously?
    • What is RPI reform? What are the main differences between RPI and CPIH and what does it  all mean?
    • What are the potential implications for insurers? and what should insurers be considering?
    • Case Study: Describing the work to redevelop an insurer’s LPI models
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    Last November's COP26 summit resulted in a host of pledges from governments around the world, including almost 200 countries agreeing the ‘Glasgow Climate Pact’ to accelerate global climate action. Its Private Finance agenda focused on building a system that mobilises private finance to support the re -engineering of our economies for net zero. This spotlight on finance emphasises the need to embed climate considerations in actuarial work and advice.

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    This webinar will discuss good exam technique, including various approaches candidates can take in managing their time completing their exams in the online format.

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    In allowing for diversification between risks, it is important to understand the key variables driving dependencies between risks, not least to meet Solvency II internal model rules. This paper first explores what drives dependencies between market and credit risks, and then explores dependencies with insurance and operational risks. It sets out sources that can help inform the expert judgement process for setting correlation and other dependency assumptions, and ultimately make sure these can be justified in terms of underlying drivers.

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