Casualty Actuarial Society

2018 Ratemaking, Product and Modeling (RPM) Seminar & Workshops

iCAS Predictive Analytics Community of Practice Event

The CAS Institute (iCAS) is offering its second Predictive Analytics Community of Practice Event on Monday, March 19th. This full-day event, scheduled for 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., is designed for advanced practitioners working in the area of Predictive Analytics/Data Science, and will include panels, presentations, and roundtable discussions of advanced topics in predictive analytics both within and outside of the insurance fields.Registration preference will be given to iCAS members. Registration for the RPM Seminar is not a prerequisite of attendance.

Registration details and fees are below.

Modeled after last year’s successful Community of Practice Event, we are planning a series of short (50 -60 minute) sessions to allow for a variety of interests and topics. Some of the proposed topics include:

  • Bringing Actuarial Science into the Data Science Fold
  • Claims Analytics
  • Social Implications of Using Data
  • Data Preparation Tools
  • New (and classic) data science books we need to know about.
  • Research opportunities available to members of The CAS Institute
  • CSPA continuing education requirements

There will be multiple opportunities for networking, including at an iCAS-sponsored reception from 4:30-5:30 pm immediately following the Event.

REGISTRATION DETAILS AND FEES

If you are a member of both iCAS and CAS:

Please continue to RPM seminar registration and select "Member" as your registration type. You may register for both the iCAS Community of Practice Event and the RPM Seminar from there.


If you are an iCAS member and not a CAS member and ...

  • You ONLY want to attend the iCAS Community of Practice Event (Monday) = $350:
    • Click REGISTER to reach the online registration form.
    • Under Badge Information, select "iCAS Member" as your reg type.
    • Under Event Fees, select Workshop Only ($0)
    • Under Sessions, select iCASWRK1 ($350)
  • You want to attend BOTH the iCAS Community of Practice Event (Monday) = $350 AND the RPM Seminar (Tuesday & Wednesday):
    • Please view RPM registration fee chart below.
    • Click REGISTER to reach the online registration form.
    • Under Badge Information, select "iCAS Member" as your reg type.
    • Under Event Fees, select the appropriate RPM registration fee
    • Under Sessions, select iCASWRK1 ($350)

iCAS Member RPM Registration Fees

Received on or before February 19, 2018

Received after February 19, 2018

iCAS Member

$1025

$1225

iCAS Member Government Employee

$513

$613

Post Event Session Recordings*

$50

* Post-Event Recordings are being made available to conference attendees at a discounted rate of $50. Session recordings cover all or most of the session presented at the conference.


If you are a non-iCAS and non-CAS member and ...

  • You ONLY want to attend the iCAS Community of Practice Event (Monday) = $600:
    • Click REGISTER  to reach the online registration form.
    • Under Badge Information, select "Non-Member" as your reg type.
    • Under Event Fees, select Workshop Only ($0)
    • Under Sessions, select iCASWRK1 ($600 = $350 event + $250 iCAS membership)
  • You want to attend BOTH the iCAS Community of Practice Event (Monday) = $600 AND the RPM Seminar (Tuesday & Wednesday):
    • Please view RPM registration fee chart below.
    • Click REGISTER to reach the online registration form.
    • Under Badge Information, select "Non-Member" as your reg type.
    • Under Event Fees, select the appropriate RPM registration fee
    • Under Sessions, select iCASWRK1 ($600 = $350 event + $250 iCAS membership)

Non-iCAS / Non-CAS Member RPM Registration Fees

Received on or before February 19, 2018

Received after February 19, 2018

Non-iCAS / Non-CAS Member

$1225

$1425

Non-iCAS / Non-CAS Member Government Employee

$613

$713

Post Event Session Recordings*

$50

* Post-Event Recordings are being made available to conference attendees at a discounted rate of $50. Session recordings cover all or most of the session presented at the conference.