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Результаты Рабочей группы ASTIN (актуарные исследования в общем страховании) IAA по предварительному проекту Руководства по оценке рисковой маржи для целей IFRS17

ASTIN Webinar: Results of the ASTIN Working Party on the Exposure Draft of the Risk Adjustment Text Book for IFRS 17
Registration is now open!


Join us on Tuesday, December 12, 2017
9:00am EST

On 1st January 2021, it is planned that the IFRS 17 (also known previously as IFRS 4 Phase 2) will become compulsory for companies publishing their accounts under this norm. IFRS 17 has left open the way in which companies will be willing to estimate their Risk Margin (also known as Risk Adjustment). In order to fill this gap, the IAA has decided to publish a text book to help practitioners in their estimation of this very important accounting element. The aim of the ASTIN Working Party on the Exposure Draft of the Risk Adjustment Text book was to review the different positions taken by the writers at this point. The webinar will therefore provide some elements to understand the way in which the IAA monograph is likely to highlight some key challenges related to the IFRS 17 Risk Adjustment.


Glenn Meyers, FCAS,MAAA

Glenn Meyers is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society (FCAS) and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (MAAA). He has served on the CAS Board of Directors and has represented the CAS on the International Actuarial Association (IAA) Insurance Regulation Committee and the Solvency Subcommittee. He also served as the IAA’s representative to ASTIN. Glenn has written many articles on different non-life actuarial themes and these have been published in Proceedings of the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) and Variance. As a result, Glenn is a three-time winner of the Woodward-Fondiller Prize, a two-time winner of the Dorweiller Prize, a winner of the Dynamic Financial Analysis Prize, and a winner of the Reserves Prize. Those prizes are awarded annually to the best contributions to actuarial research literature. He is a frequent speaker at CAS meetings and seminars.

Eric Dal Moro

Eric Dal Moro is a Head of Group P&C Reserving at SCOR. Eric has over 15 years of experience in reserving and risk management. Prior to SCOR, he worked in the consulting industry both in Paris and Zurich, and also for AXA in France, Japan and Italy in different functions. He also gained some good experience in credit and surety pricing when working at Swiss Re. Eric has served as the Chairman of ASTIN Committee of the International Actuarial Association and is an active researcher within the global actuarial community.

Yuriy Krvavych

Yuriy Krvavych  is a Senior Manager of Actuarial Services at PwC in London. Prior to joining PwC, worked for six years in Internal Capital Modelling at Insurance Australia Group (IAG) in Sydney. Prior to this, worked for seven years as an actuary in general insurance industry and gained extensive experience in pricing, reserving, forecasting and risk management modelling. He holds PhD in Mathematics from Kiev University and PhD in Actuarial Science from the University of New SouthWales (UNSW). Author of several scientific publications, Yuriy is a frequent speaker at actuarial and mathematical conferences.


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