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CP2 Modelling Practice

The exam was held on 3 and 4 October 2019 with the following results
  • Pass list published: 19 December 2019
  • Result letters with your mark available: 19 December 2019

The pass mark for Subject CP2 was 60

One thousand, two hundred presented themselves and seven hundred and thirty-two passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Abashidze, Giorgi
Abd Ghafar, Mohamad Muzakkir Bin
Abdul Samat, Nur
Ackers, Paul Kingsley
Adams, Louise Alexandra
Adeniji, David
Adomaviciene, Modesta
Agarwal, Rashi
Agarwal, Slok
Agarwal, Twinkle
Agius, Simon
Agrawal, Kishan Kumar
Ahmed, Saim Ali
Akoth, Mercy
Alley, Liam
Anand, Bhavya
Anand, Harleen Kaur
Anastassiadou, Christina
Anderson, Gerard
Andreou, Andreas
Andreou, Sotia
Annett, Nicola
Anwar, Aqib
Appanah, Juweena
Appleby, Chloe
Arora, Mallika
Arora, Pulkit
Arora, Sarveish
Arshed, Zubair Nazir
Asaad, Simon Mena
Ashby, Peter
Ashton, Simon Richard Francis
Ashworth, Oliver Ryan
Asija, Mohit
Asiliskender, Murat Enes
Aslam, Yasmin
Asser, David
Awosusi, Mark
Awotar, Vardanee Sreya
Ayers, Callum
Baah, Joshua
Bachhawat, Rishab
Bailey- Conlon, Ben
Baldwin, Louis Frederick George
Bamford, Chantelle
Bansal, Anupam
Bansal, Mohit
Bansal, Nikita
Bansal, Patrika
Bansal, Preeya Kaur
Barclay, Rachel
Barnett, Joseph David
Barnett, Marc Raul
Barrett, George William
Barry, Shane
Barton, Rebecca
Barwick, Leanne
Basra, Randeep Singh
Batra, Ashna
Batra, Chetan
Beale, Nicolas James
Beaven, Matthew James
Beech, Chris
Begdai, Arpaan
Bera, Panashe Kudzai
Bergqvist, Sara Louise
Berry, Luke Simon
Bhagani, Chandni
Bhagavath, Ramnath
Bie, Yizhen
Bin Azmer, Amirul Ashraf
Bin Mohamad Nazli, Mohamad Syahmi
Bingham, Elliott Christopher Bunt
Black, James Alexander
Black, Jenifer
Blackburn, Lisa
Blake, Kirsty Sarah
Bodemeaid, Liam
Boylan, Diarmuid
Boyle, Christian
Bradley, Connor
Brennan, Stephen
Britten, Rolf Edward
Broderick, Anthony
Brown, Calum James
Brown, Niall Michael
Bryant, Daniel
Buckingham, Amber
Burke, Gráinne
Burnham, Samuel Thomas
Burns, Patrick Fintan
Burton, Chloe Michelle
Burton, Emily Grace
Byrne, Adam
Caffrey, Gareth Richard
Cai, Xiaofen
Camfield, Timothy Stephen
Campbell, Sarah
Carlile, Amy
Carrick, Angus William
Cawse, Thomas David
Chaddha, Aneesh
Chambers, Aine
Chanana, Bharat
Chang, June Teng
Charlton, Roseanne
Chatzineofytou, Andreas
Chawla, Ishika
Chawla, Manmeet Kaur
Chawla, Namita
Cheng, Nicola
Cheng, Nicole
Chettiar, Albina
Cheuk, Michael
Chheda, Darshan Samir
Chi, Mengyao
Chia, Sze Tein
Childs, Ricky Brett
Chin, Char Lie
Chin, Vicky
Chiu, Chun
Cho, Khai Lee
Chong, Joey
Chopdat, Siddique
Chopra, Akshat
Chopra, Lipika
Chopra, Revant
Chua, Abigail Helin
Clare, Sarah
Clark, Jessica Alice
Clark, Sophie Tanya
Coldrick, Samuel James Henry
Collier, Mia Rae
Collins, Kevin John
Colman, Elliot Samuel
Conaghan, Aisling Marie
Cooper, Lara-Jayne
Corney, Jorgia
Correia, Tiago Jose Faria
Coyle, Matthew Con Terence
Cross, Jonathan
Crowley, Michael John
Cruickshank, Troy Alexander
Cummings, Jonathan Luke
Curley, Megan Rose
Daftary, Trisha
D'Alessio, Michele Cristiano
Dallas, Hannah
Daly, Gary
Daly, Sara
Daniels, Andrew Stephen
Dar, Noman Shaheen
Datta, Sanchari
Dave, Parth
Davey, Matthew
Davidson, Angus
Davidson, Neil
Davis, Luke Jamale
Dedhia, Biyoni Bharat
Desai, Harsh
Devadason, Sarah Ranee
Devenish, Ronan Brian
Devgun, Piyush
Devine, Andrew John
Dhamdhere, Ritika
Dhamija, Hunar
Dhekne, Siddhesh
Dhruva, Hetvi
Dhyani, Alisha
Dick, Dana-Marie Elizabeth
Dinkel, Theo
Do, Dang
Dokania, Rupal
Dolan, Vanessa
Dookna, Nikita
Dosanjh, Jaswinder
Doshi, Tanvi
Dove, Eric David
Doyle, Peter Arthur
Drousiotis, Andreas
D'Souza, Matthew Charles
Dunlop, Ruth
Dunne, Gavin
Dunsmore, Jessica
Durley, Josephine
Durno, Samuel Harry
Dutta, Vishal
Dutton, Lydia Jane
Duvall, Peter James

Subject CP2 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Edwards, Fiona Rebecca
Edwards, Helen
Edwina, Tamara
Elhadary, Alaa
Erismann, Valentin
Evans, James Rhys Christopher
Eviston, Willie
Falls, Ryan
Falola, Oluwafemi Paul
Fan, Mingyue
Farrell, Cillian
Farrell, Paul John
Farrer, Luca
Fay, Peter
Finch, Andrew Peter
Fleming, Alan
Flynn, Ciaran
Fogarty, Georgina Sian
Foster, Emma
Frizzell, Justin
Fryza, Benjamin
Fulham, Amy Louise
Galaria, Hussain
Gamlin, Samuel Lee
Gandhi, Harpreet Singh
Garner, Oliver Sidney
Garrett, Emma
Gaur, Shagun
Geetesh, Akshun
Ghosh, Mainak
Gibson, Corin Alexander
Glaysher, Paul James
Gleeson, Cormac
Glenton, Paul
Gleszer, Katarina
Glynn, Rory Eoghan
Goenka, Siddhant
Gohil, Karansinh Surendrasinh
Gorasia, Parita
Gorgon, Beata
Gormley, Jane
Gosk, Marta Joanna
Govier, David Corbett
Goyal, Diksha
Goyal, Gunjan
Goyal, Kratika
Goyal, Prajal
Grimshaw, Sarah Jane
Grover, Gauri
Gunn, Corinne Huey Min
Gupta, Abhishek
Gupta, Ankita
Gupta, Ashi
Gupta, Kushalta
Gupta, Neha
Gupta, Priyanka
Gupta, Rajat
Gupta, Sarthak
Gupta, Tushar
Guri, Iris
Haddad, Vera Faisal
Haddadi, Lamine
Hall, Jonathan William
Hallam, Harriet
Hampshire, Oliver
Harkness, Nicole J
Hart, Joseph Philip
Harvey, Rebecca Kathryn
Hasija, Sahil
Hasnain, Waleed
Haswell, Joe
Hayes, Helen
Hazny, Mohamad Hafiz
Heavey, Sinead Aine
Hebron, Natalie Claire
Heeramun, Anousha
Henry, Rachael Sarah Jade
Hickey, Daniel Paul
Hickling, Mary Elizabeth
Hitchen, Ben
Hoang, Anthony John
Hoare, Thomas Samuel
Hodges, Adam
Hodgson, Jennifer Elizabeth
Hogan, Joanne
Holbrow-Wilshaw, George Vincent Jack
Hood, Siân Elin
Horne, George
Hothi, Jagroop Kaur
Hou, Catherine Chan Wei
Howe, Matthew
Howson-Ray, Matilda
Hsu, Jen-Hua
Huang, Chujun
Huang, Shao-Chi
Hubbard, Jake Aaron
Hughes, Patrick
Hughes-Jordan, Susannah Alice
Human, Jan Johannes
Hundleby, Beth
Hunter, Robyn Mackenzie
Hutchison, Bethany-Jane
Hyde, Philippa Ellen
Hynes, Noel
Idowu, Victory
Ifebajo, Irede Ngozi
Inkaratana, Thanakrit Pun
Ioannou, Andreas
Iyengar, Srinivasan

Subject CP2 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Kathan Jeetendra
Jain, Sakshi
Jain, Sarwang
Jain, Shubham
Jain, Yashvant Mangal
Jajodia, Pashmina Pawan
James, Francesca Olivia
James, Naveena Nathene
Janagal, Rajeev Amit
Jayasekara, Naveen
Jaypul, Zeidi Muhammad Shakoor
Jethvani, Pavan Suresh
Jindal, Kanishka
Johansen, Arie
John, Jasmine
Johnston, Alistair
Jones, Daniel
Jovic, Daniel
Joyce, Alan Finian
Joyce, Michael
Jugnarain, Yaj
Kajaria, Anoushka
Kalykakis, Athanasios
Kane, Robert
Kang, Yixue
Kanwar, Parth
Karagoz, Joseph
Katyal, Vishal
Kearns, Bronagh Marie
Keaveney, Niall Michael
Kedia, Mahima
Kedia, Paridhi
Kedia, Shivani
Kehlar, Kirandeep Singh
Kelly, Mairead
Kemp, Andrew Michael
Kemp, Matthew Bartholomew
Kerrisk, Anna
Khatri, Disha
Khatri, Sujhav
Khor, Eng Keong
King, Daniel
King, James
King, Thomas Paul Philip
Kinsella, Andrew James
Kipkoech, Cosmas Cheruiyot
Kirilova, Taisiia
Kirk, Andrew
Kirkwood, Andrew Robert
Kirrane, Liam
Knight, Lawrence William Le Cornu
Knighton, James
Kong, Zi-En
Kotecha, Ajay
Kovalchuk, Oleksii
Kua, Jinhan
Kudhail, Harshil
Kumar, Akshay
Kumar, Subhash
Lachhani, Roshni
Ladani, Krishan
Laing, Louise Claire
Lam, Gilbert
Lam, Ka Chun
Landeg, Riordan Miles
Lapi, Anna Maria
Larkin, Alexander
Lau, Chun Fai Leroy
Lee Hon Chong, Jimmy Iskandar
Lee, Kwun Min Jasmine
Lee, Leong Yi
Lee, Yin Sum
Lehane, Orlaith Mairead
Leng, Seong Kuan
Leong, Ker Chyi
Leong, Yong Shern
Leung, Yee Lam
Lever, Phillip
Li, Keyi Danny
Li, Michael Lingzhi
Liew, Dylan
Lim, Chin Khai
Lim, Jien Min
Limbachia, Yanal
Liow, Thiam Joo
Litherland, Matthew James
Liu, Yue
Logan, Matthew James
Loh, Jo Khoon
Loh, Sin Yen
Loscombe, Duncan
Low, Hooi Yen
Low, Jing Yuan
Low, Wei Han
Lowe, Justine
Lowe, Stuart Peter
Lowson, Jennifer Rachael
Loy, Wesley Huidong
Loy, Wyeley
Lu, Zihao
Lum, Brandon Yu Xian
Luo, Mian
Luo, Ran
Luthra, Tanujbir Singh
Mabika, Dananai Stanford
MacFarlane, Andrew Charles
MacLennan, Calum
MacRory, Grainne Mary
Madbouli, Omar
Maguire, Kathrina
Mahajan, Priyanka
Mahawar, Mohit
Mahmud, Sofia
Malhotra, Aditya
Malik, Mansoor Rashid
Mallepeddi, Navya
Malone, James Matthew
Mangla, Raman
Markham, Theodore James
Marlow, Abbie
Marshall, Hannah
Martin, Aaron James
Maskell, Zoe
Maslo, David
Mc Carthy, Julia
McCann, Sinead
McCarthy, Andrew Patrick
McCarthy, Colin Christopher
McCusker, Stephen Joseph
McDonald, Michelle
Mcelroy, Julie
McFarland, Ciaran
McGarr, Dean
McGrade, Madeline Jane
McGrath, Dominic Connor
McLoughlin, Katherine
McMahon, Orla
McNamara, Joseph James
McRoberts, Alexander William
McVeigh, Paul Andrew
Mehmood, Shaan
Mehta, Ekta
Menelaou, Andrea
Mesout, Adam
Mishra, Ayush
Mishra, Vikas
Mitchell, James
Mittal, Dhruv
Mittal, Surbhi
Mohan, Vijetha
Monaghan, Eilisha Mary
Monsech Hernández, Alejandro
Monyatsi, Omolemo
Moore, Adam
Moorhead, Erin Grace
Mootealoo, Govish
Moretta, Francesca Kelly
Morgan, Jonathan William Raymond
Morrison, Natalie
Moss, Harry Joe
Mould, Daniel Paul
Mulholland, Mark
Mullan, Patrick Joseph
Mundhra, Manasi
Munzer, Helen Marie
Murgorgo, Diana
Murphy, Darragh
Mwangasha, Kio Ruth
Nagpal, Gunjan
Naik, Jamie
Narasimhan, Arthi
Narayna, Stefan Ambanaden
Nash, Daniel James
Naughton, Antonia Rose Mary
Nawaz, Shahrukh
Nesbitt, Stuart Ronald
Ng, Kate San San
Nguyen, Trang Minh
Nicol, Shaun
Norton, Stephen
Notley, Danielle
Nyakundi, Winnie

Subject CP2 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Oakley, Alexander Ian
Ochar, Gideon Okuku
O'Dea, Cormac
O'Donoghue, Robin Michael Mac
O'Donohoe, Bryan
O'Hanlon, Cein William
O'Hara, Liam Anthony Edward
O'Keeffe, Martin Christopher
O'Neil, Jack William
Ong, Wei Chang
Onipede, Samuel Oluwafemi
O'Reilly, Gary
O'Shea, Stephanie
Pakeerah, Resan
Palmer, Lara
Pang, Justin See Chung
Partridge, Andrew John
Patel, Ashish
Patel, Heena
Patel, Jaimin
Patel, Jamie
Patel, Jilna
Patel, Kandarp
Patel, Niraj
Patel, Rita
Patel, Sheenal
Patel, Sonali
Patrioti, Kyriaki
Patterson, Adele Mabel
Pavlou, Pavlos
Payne, Jack
Pearson, Abigail Louise
Peduzzi Davies, Peter Thomas
Percival, Donna
Peters, Thomas
Pham, Minh Le
Phillips, Jessica Daisy Bute
Phua, Zhi Qi
Poddar, Kanchi
Poh, Wei Rhys
Porter, Joshua Adam
Power, Rachel
Presley, Danny
Procter, Sam Jordan Furey
Prodromou, Michalis
Prunty, Adam James
Pu, Zhenhao
Purcell, David William
Purdie, Andrew
Quigley, Jill
Quinn, Niall
Rachmad, Livia
Rahman, Wahidur
Rajani, Tushar Hiro
Rajbhandari, Umang
Ranchin, Andre
Rastogi, Bhavya
Rastogi, Pritha
Ravindran, Roshant
Rawat, Shubham
Read, Rosie Jessica
Rees, George
Rengasamy, Daren
Reynolds, Theodore
Richards, Luke Toby William
Rickaby, Deven Shah
Robinson, Adam
Roddy, Steven Michael
Rong, Xingchang
Rosa, Maria
Ruiz Pavon, Maria Teresa
Rumsey, Katherine Ann Rebecca
Run'anga, Danai Parterson
Russell, Mark Andrew
Sadarangani, Prerana Mohan
Saini, Lauren
Sajid, Azeem
Salerno, Nicholas James Joseph
Sambrook, Amie-Lea
Samson, James William
Sangha, Amrita Kaur
Saopa, Willard
Saunders, Katie
Saunders, Linden
Savva, Marina
Scanlan, Ciara
Scott, Andrew Robert
Scott, Stuart Timothy
Sethi, Ankit
Shabbir Hussain, Moiz
Shafi, Bilal
Shah, Bansari
Shah, Darshil Hiren
Shah, Hiral
Shah, Jay Sunilkumar
Shah, Keval Shailesh
Shah, Meera Mayank
Shah, Shenil
Shah, Urjha
Shah, Varun
Shamla, Rishi Kumar Pradeep
Sharma, Tripti
Shaw, Jack
She, Yu
Shelley, Hannah
Shepherd, Beatrice Grace
Shetty, Aditi
Shetty, Sushmika Sudhir
Shetye, Shalki Satish
Shirazi, Conal
Shooter, Megan Elizabeth
Short, Andrew
Shrivastava, Ashwin
Shure, Vladimir
Siddique, Aisha
Siew, Mun Teng
Silva, Marisa
Singh, Harmeet
Singh, Paramjeet
Singh, Vedangini
Sitaranjan, Gabriaella
Slack, Rebecca Elizabeth
Slattery, Callum
Sloan, Anna Elisabeth
Smedley, Matthew
Smith, Adam Charles
Smith, Annabel Kate
Smith, Lucy
Smith, Miles
Smith, Orlaith Martha Marie
Smyth, Sophie
Solomons, Benjamin Jack
Song, Mengjing
Spence, James Alexander
Sridhar, Sriganesh Kumar
Stanbridge, Jake Nathaniel
Staples, Ashley
Stapleton, Sean
Stock, Charlotte
Stormonth, Laura
Stylianou, Matthaios
Such, Rebecca
Suchak, Sheena
Sukthankar, Nandan
Summinga-Sonagadu, Ravi
Sumputh, Padshini
Suresh, Arveen
Surve, Nehan
Sutcliffe, Anthony Joel
Sutton, Katie Alexandra
Syed, Muhammad Aatiq
Szczepaniak, Dorota

Subject CP2 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tabor, Susanna Clare
Taggart, Kelly Marie
Tai, Ashby Woon Fang
Tailor, Shivam
Talreja, Vishakha Haresh
Tan, Ching Chern
Tan, Glenn Yong Jia
Tan, Yee Cheng
Tan, Yong Ling
Tani, Momoko
Tanner, James Llewellyn
Tariq, Farhan
Tauzeni, Blessing
Taziva, Tafadzwa Fanuel
Tee, Shin Fei
Thakar, Julian Kahlil
Thakkar, Jainish
Thomas, Chloe
Thomas, Mark David
Thorold, Samuel
Thurlow, Dominic
Timar, Liviu Ciprian
Tinker, Molly Jayne
Tobin, James
Tooke, Jasmine
Topia, Zubair Yunus
Touloupis, Andreas
Townhill, John
Tran, Minh Duc
Tse, Anthony Wai Yat
Tula, Tushar
Tulloch, Jack
Tunnard, Richard
Turner, Ian Alexander Bettendorf
Twaite, Sarah Elizabeth
Tynan, Paul
Underwood, Daniel Thomas
Uzzell, George Alexander Hobday
Valji, Himanshu Jayanti
Vanhouse, Sarah Elizabeth
Vehb, Mohammad Ali
Verma, Ravi Kumar
Verrall, Martin
Vira, Akshat Nikesh
Vogt, Felix
Vooght, Catherine Grace
Voon, Zu Guan
Waithira, Ian Mbuti
Walker, Amy Louise
Walker, Daniel
Walsh, Alisha Ann
Walsh, Alison Kate
Walsh, Cormac
Walsh, John James
Walsh, Kyle
Walsh, Niall
Wandanje, Onyango Cyril
Wang, Dennis
Wang, Honghui
Wang, Wentan
Wang, Xingyi
Wass, James Matthew
Watkinson, Julia Rose
Watson, Alistair John Willis
Watson, Jonathan Mackenzie
Wee, Victoria Jun Ni
Weintroub, Richard
Were, Donald Wafula
Westwood, Cameron Luke
Whelan, David
Whiting, Charlotte Lauren
Whitworth, Chloe Elinor
Wilkie, Kirsten
Williams, Bethan
Williams, Nathan
Williams, Sheldene
Williamson, Simon Richard
Wilson, Richard
Witter-Nolan, Meghan
Wong, Franco Chun Him
Wong, Janice Ting Chi
Wong, Wei Xin
Wood, Marcus Henry
Wood, Thomas James
Xia, Yin
Yang, Stewart
Yang, Yuan
Yeo, Yao Hui
Yetman, Joshua James
Yew, Yi Lin
Zakaria, Samiul
Zakarian, Khachik Christopher
Zaveri, Mitali
Zhan, Lingzhi
Zhang, Xinyue
Zhang, Yuyang
Zhong, Kexin
Zhuang, Zifang
Zidek, Petra
Zwane, Samkelo Sifiso

 

By Order of the Council
Mike Hammer, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
19 December 2019

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    This webinar has been re-scheduled from its original date of the 1st July. Although ESG has many buyers across the asset allocation community, from pension funds to sovereign wealth funds, it still hasn’t found its place within the core asset management strategy desks where the money is actually invested. The problem as well as the opportunity is Fixed Income. Plenty of strategies exist for incorporating ESG within Equities, from screening, integration to a combination. ESG has picked up relatively quickly within Equities with rating,indices created using ESG factors. This talk will discuss how we price a quantifiable ESG credit risk premium and make it alpha worthy in a strategy. 

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    Part of the Protection, Health and Care Conference 2020 webinar series

    With the rising prevalence of dementia, how can we manage this risk effectively and can insurance do more? Matt Singleton, Ageing Lead at Swiss Re, will cover these topics and demonstrate how insurance could help people address their concerns.

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    Current Issues in Life Assurance

    This talk will look at a range of such techniques (e.g. mass lapse risk transfer, contract boundaries, risk margin relief, non-standard longevity risk transfer) that have been applied or considered by UK and EU insurers, and the pros and cons of each.

     

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    Current Issues in Life Assurance.

    The International Association of Insurance Supervisors announced on 14 November 2019 the adoption of v2.0 of the global Insurance Capital Standard (ICS) which will undergo confidential reporting for 5 years starting from 2020. This session will include specific experiences from Legal and General (L&G) as well as global industry perspectives from EY.

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    Current Issues in Life Assurance

    This session will cover the PRA supervisory statement on financial impacts related to climate change, industry insights into PRA climate risk business plans, examples climate risk strategy setting out key workstreams and activity steps for successful execution, an overview of a climate risk strategy execution timeline and the future.     

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    Part of the Protection, Health and Care Conference 2020 webinar series. Using new and unique research and data from the UK, US, Sweden and China, this presentation investigates how consumers use the internet through their insurance journey and analyzes the role culture and generation plays in their online behaviour. We use this research to show the online landscape for insurance sales in the UK and suggest ways to shape new products and effectively engage with the consumer who is buying them.

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    Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for Gen Re Life/Health Research and Development, Dr John O'Brien, will discuss the impacts of Gene Modification for life/health insurance. 

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    As an industry, it has been important to be able to look to the future to identify the next quantifiable risk. In this session, I will explore some of the less tangible, but none-the-less concerning risks to future health, such as the health risks associated with exposure to pesticides, ingestion of plastic in the food chain, and the hazards of indoor air pollution through exposure to volatile organic compounds.

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    The working party will help the industry to update and enhance how potential risk from diabetes and excess mortality is considered, including the need to understand the underwriting implications as treatments improve, and potentially to develop new products that are tailored to those with diabetes.

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    Part of the Protection, Health and Care Conference 2020 webinar series. Modelling the structure and trends of cancer morbidity risk is important for pricing and reserving in related health insurance fields such as critical illness insurance and care provision. We model the dynamics of cancer incidence over time in different regions in England, using 1981-2016 ONS data. The modelling allows estimation of cancer rates at various age, year, gender and region levels, following a Bayesian setting to account for statistical uncertainty. Our analysis indicates significant regional variation in cancer incidence rates. 

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    Part of the Protection, Health and Care Conference 2020 webinar series. In this talk we will outline the steps Aviva took in pulling together our first large-scale disclosures on the exposure of our business to climate change published in March 2019; in line with the recommendations of the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures. After touching on why insurers have such an important role in climate change, we'll cover a brief “how-to” guide for those who have not yet embarked on thinking about these topics before giving a case study of how the learnings from a TCFD disclosure exercise can be applied to investment portfolios.

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    Part of the Protection, Health and Care Conference 2020 webinar series. 

    The insurance industry currently underwrites customers with diabetes based on a range of factors, medical expertise and various medical studies. The work undertaken by the Diabetes Working Party would help the industry to approach this using current research findings to update and enhance how potential risk from diabetes is considered. This includes the need to understand the underwriting implications as treatments improve, and potentially to develop new products that are tailored to those with diabetes. This webinar will present our latest findings in the management of this important chronic condition which will include research in collaboration with the ARC.