Call for Speakers
Today’s Actuary: Virtually Everywhere is the theme.
There will be 10 live sessions, 2 each day, from 30th November to 4th December. Most live sessions have already been determined. The remaining live sessions will be selected based on relevance to the theme with priority given to our Platinum Sponsors.
In addition, we will be uploading many recorded sessions to ActuView in the weeks preceding 30th November. All ideas are welcomed.
Proposed Topics include:
|* CARICOM Past, Present & Future|
* Presidents’ Town Hall
* The Impact of Covid-19
* Caribbean Economics
* Diversity of Thought
* IFRS 17
|* Big Data and Analytics |
* Climate Change
* Untraditional Actuaries
* Actuaries Giving Back
* The Dutch Pension Scheme
* Mental Health
An abstract of less than 200 words accompanied by
Full names, email addresses and affiliations of presenter/co-presenters
Before 16th October 2020
Other Webinars & Events
ActuView’s first online conference, aoc2020 on 24th and 25th September.
Tonya Manning, Joanne Meusz and Cathy Lyn speak at the latest Diversity Episode – the Power of Diversity of Thought … forging partnerships with actuaries – available on Friday, 25th.
If you’ve mislaid your ActuView code contact the CAA Secretariat and we’ll resend it.
- IFoA: Asia Conference 2020 7th-25th September
- BDO: Pragmatic IFRS 17 Solutions in Action 29th September
- IAA: Virtual Council and Committee Meetings start on 21st September
- Dive In – The Festival for Diversity and Inclusion in Insurance 22nd-24th September
- ASSA: 2020 Virtual Convention 6th-8th October
- RGA: 15th Annual Global Client Actuarial Seminar 14th & 21st October
- SOA: 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting & Exhibit 26th-29th October
- 2021 ASTIN/AFIR/ERM Colloquium Call for Papers open until 7th October 2020
- 2021 ASHK/IAALS /PBSS Colloquium Call for Papers open until 6th November 2020
- The UN Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2022 Call for papers
Shubhash & Betty
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