Apart from the IAA sections and the IAA commitees, many partner institutions and players of the actuarial profession followed the invitation to expand the traditional congress program of the ICA 2018 with additional content. 6 partners will present their scientific content in cooperation sessions.

AFIR/ERM/AAE Session

Limit Systems under Solvency II
Michael Kluettgens (Willis Towers Watson)
Klaus-Peter Nischke (R+V, University of Dortmund)

 

An Analysis of the Solvency II Structure Regulatory Framework’s Smith-Wilson Model for the Term Structure of Risk-Free Interest Rates
Peter Løchte Jørgensen (Aarhus University)

 

Robust Evaluation of Solvency Capital Requirement for Participating Life Insurances Under Solvency II
Donatien Hainaut (University of Louvain)

 

Panel Discussion: 2 Years of Solvency II from a European Point of View
Thomas Béhar (AAE)
Wednesday from 14.00 – 16.00

AFIR/ERM/EAJ Session

The European Actuarial Journal
Ralf Korn (University of Kaiserslautern)

 

Perspectives on Bridging Actuarial Theory and Practice
Hansjörg Albrecher (University of Lausanne)

 

Neural Networks Applied to Chain-Ladder Reserving
Mario V. Wüthrich (ETH Zurich)
Wednesday from 8.30 – 10.30

AFIR/ERM/DGVFM Session

As a partner of the DAV, DGVFM has put special effort in enriching the congress program with scientific content and helped to create multiple sessions, such as:

Risk Modelling & Valuation
Paul Glasserman (Columbia University)
Tom Wilson (Allianz)
Paul Embrechts (ETH Zurich)
Discussion
Monday from 14.00 – 18.30

 

All sessions in cooperation with DGVFM can be found in the detailed congress program.

PENSIONS/IVS Session

As a partner of the DAV, IVS has put special effort in enriching the congress program with content of the program strand PENSIONS and helped to create multiple sessions, such as:

Mortality and Longevity

An International Look at Recent Trends in Longevity – Where and Why is Life Expectancy no Longer
Increasing and What Impact Might Recent Longevity Trends Have?
Brian Ridsdale (IAA Mortality Working Group)

Adrian Gallop (UK GAD)

 

Mortality Development in Pensions – Data Basis, Models and Results in UK and Germany
Richard Herrmann (Heubeck)
Cathy Love Soper (Barnett Waddingham Actuaries and Consultants)

 

Development of Mortality Tables Covering Multinational Populations – The Case of the UN Pension Fund
Stuart Schulman (Conduent HR Services)

 

Unraveling Relevant Risk Factors Explaining Pension Fund Mortality: A Case Study in the Netherlands
Frank van Berkum (University of Amsterdam)
Wednesday from 16.30 – 18.30

 

All sessions in cooperation with IVS can be found in the detailed congress program.

EAA Session

Machine Learning Applications for Non-Life Pricing
Xavier Maréchal (reacfin)

Business Simulation Game for Non-Life Pricing as a Tool for Teaching
Xavier Maréchal (reacfin)
Monday from 16.30 – 18.30

Society of Actuaries Students

Research Case Study Competition
Tuesday from 10.30 – 12.30