CAS 2004 Spring Meeting

List of Attendees (.pdf)

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Pre-registration is now closed. Please register on-site in Colorado Springs.
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Welcome Letter

General Information

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Printable On-site Schedule

General Sessions

Concurrent Sessions

Proceedings Papers

2004 Golf Scramble

Guest Activity Program

Program Planning Committee

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Meeting Overview
The 2004 Spring Meeting of the Casualty Actuarial Society provides a forum for actuaries and other professionals to stay abreast of current issues affecting the insurance industry. This meeting will allow actuaries to pursue their continuing education requirements.

General sessions are planned on a variety of topics including

  • The Truth About Loss Reserve Adequacy
  • Professionalism Standards in Practice
  • A Proposed Global Framework for Insurer Solvency Assessment
  • Fair Value Accounting- Can it Work?
A variety of concurrent sessions are also planned.

Exhibitor and Supporter Opportunities
For the first time, the CAS is offering exhibitor and supporter opportunities in conjunction with its Spring Meeting. Exhibitors enjoy the opportunity to have one-to-one contact with more than 500 actuarial professionals. Further enhance your visibility at the meeting by becoming a Supporter. See the Exhibitor and Supporter prospectus (.pdf) for more details. Apply early to guarantee maximum promotional exposure.

2004 Discussion Paper Program
Abstracts of the discussion papers (.pdf) on “Applying and Evaluating Generalized Linear Models” that will be presented at the Spring Meeting meeting are now available. The Discussion Paper Program book, containing the full text of the papers, will be posted in the near future.

Networking and Guest Activities
Time has been allotted for informal discussion with other CAS members. In addition to two scheduled receptions, attendees and accompanying persons will enjoy a Western Barbeque on Tuesday evening at the hotel. Please see the guest activity program for details.

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