IAA Seminar Mini-Series: Risk Based Financial Management and Supervision
Also in Actuarial Training
A continuación, las grabaciones en inglés, español y francés.
Vous trouverez ci-dessous les enregistrements en anglais, espagnol et français.
The International Actuarial Association (IAA), in collaboration with the Access to Insurance Initiative (A2ii), has unveiled a mini-series of seminars focused on Risk-based Financial Management and Supervision. The three-part mini-series will be held in January, focusing on Asia-Pacific time zones. In February, the focus will be time zones covering the Americas and Africa, and will also feature simultaneous translation to French and Spanish.
Watch the video introduction to the mini-series presented by Fred Rowley
This IAA mini-series will feature three modules. Registration takes place individually for each module on the IAA website:
ORSA – The Core Tool of Risk-Based Supervision. In this session, we will discuss why the ORSA is such a useful tool for the effective management of insurers, both from the perspective of the firm’s senior management and Board, as well as for regulators assessing the overall health of a firm and their respective insurance industry.
The recordings from the ORSA sessions are now available:
Using Actuarial Reports – Getting the Added Value. In this session, we will de-mystify the supervisory task of using actuarial reports even for those without an actuarial background. Actuaries fulfil key roles within insurers. Their work and subsequent reports are valuable to various stakeholders, including supervisors.
The recordings from the Actuarial Reports sessions are now available:
Proportionate Risk Assessment – The IAA Risk Tool in Action. Risk-based financial management and supervision approaches require individuals and organisations to identify their key risks before they can be managed or supervised. This session introduces a practical risk assessment process and associated tool, developed by the IAA's Inclusive Insurance Working Group.
The recordings from the Proportionate Risk Assessment sessions are now available: