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CAS Ratemaking and Product Management (RPM) Seminar

Ratemaking and Product Management (RPM) Seminar
March 9-11, 2009

Product Development Workshop is SOLD OUT! (2/24/2009)

Ratemaking and Product Management (RPM) Seminar

Online registration closed on Friday February 27, 2009. You may still register for the 2009 RPM Seminar onsite.


The 2009 Ratemaking and Product Management Seminar Planning Committee hopes you will join us for this new and innovative three-day seminar that combines the best of ratemaking, and predictive modeling. This seminar provides great educational opportunities by providing registrants a selection between:

  1. registering for a full day of optional focused workshops;
  2. registering for two days of traditional concurrent sessions;
  3. or registering for both the optional workshops and traditional two day seminar.

Faculty and panelists within each workshop and session will look at ratemaking and product management to consider how these two areas influence each other, and will include the use of predictive modeling techniques in both. The RPM seminar will provide an opportunity for actuaries, underwriters, and other insurance professionals to further their continuing education.

This year’s Ratemaking and Product Management Seminar will offer more than 50 different concurrent sessions, covering

  • Data management and technology
  • Underwriting
  • Workers compensation
  • Commercial lines
  • Personal lines
  • Predictive modeling
  • Professionalism
  • Marketing
  • Regulation
  • Reinsurance
  • Specialty topics

This premier seminar will also feature pre-program workshops covering catastrophe modeling, ratemaking, and product development issues; a call paper program showcasing new applied research in ratemaking; networking opportunities to renew and expand your list of industry contacts; and exhibitors demonstrating their relevant services and knowledge.

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