Seminar on Reinsurance
June 5-6, 2017
The Fairmont Washington, DC
Pre-registration is now closed. Please register with the CAS Staff in Washington, D.C. Questions? Call 703-276-3100.
Casualty Actuaries in Reinsurance, or CARe, was founded in 1988 by a group of reinsurance actuaries who saw the need for a forum to discuss their common practical issues and to foster reinsurance research and education. CARe was later organized as a special interest section of the CAS.
CARe is guided by the Senior Actuaries Group, which is composed of chief actuaries active with reinsurance firms. The Senior Actuaries Group meets during each CARe meeting to advise the two CAS committees primarily involved in reinsurance practice. CARe also conducts its annual business session during this meeting and elects new officers at that time.
The purpose of this seminar is to provide information on a variety of reinsurance topics. Practical approaches to problems will be presented and discussion will be encouraged. Participants can expect to gain awareness and insight into difficult issues and are encouraged to share their own ideas.
The program is intended primarily for the experienced actuary (or other experienced industry professional) with knowledge of reinsurance. Some sessions will involve technical pricing, reserving, and modeling issues, while others will be of a more general reinsurance nature.
The seminar will consist of two general sessions as well as concurrent break-out sessions. Many of the breakout sessions will be offered twice to allow for smaller audiences and to keep scheduling flexible.
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