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Call for Presentations for the 2022 CAS Annual Meeting - Deadline May 18

In-Person & Virtual 
November 6-9, 2022 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Deadline: May 18, 2022 

Submit Your Presentation

The Annual Meeting Planning Working Group (AMPWG) issues the Call for Presentations for the 2022 Annual Meeting.

This will be a hybrid event with in-person only sessions and in-person with livestream sessions (for a virtual audience). We are looking for submissions for both types of sessions.  

The in-person sessions that are not livestreamed (in-person only) need to be highly interactive. 

As we have received numerous session ideas already, we are looking for sessions in the following key areas: 

  • Business Analytics 
    • Using analytic skills to solve larger business problems 
  • Climate Change 
    • Climate scenarios 
    • Seeking societal and regulatory changes 
  • Cyber Risk 
    • Evolution of cyber risk - what the future may bring 
  • Data Management – Data management with real data sets 
  • Emerging Issues 
    • Post-Covid environment (future of work, mental health, secondary economic impacts) 
    • Growing geopolitical concerns 
  • Emerging Risks – Other 
  • Enterprise Risk Management 
    • Regulatory environment – changing how we do business 
    • Inflationary impacts 
  • Predictive Modeling/Analytics (e.g. linear mixed models; GBMs) 
    • Text mining 
    • AI and Privacy/Ethics 
  • Personal/Commercial Lines of Business 
    • New insurance products (non-commercial presentations) 
  • Ratemaking 
    • Working with new risks (practical exercise) 
    • Bias in ratemaking 
  • Reinsurance/Cats 
  • Research – Test recent research with actual data 
  • Reserving 
  • Other (very unique ideas, not already considered) 

Submissions accepted by the working group may be offered training in CAS Learning Enhancement Process to apply adult learning principles into the content and delivery of presentations.  

The 2022 proposal reviewers will also pay particular attention the following criteria: 

  • Informative and relevant, with clear and immediate application to the work of audience participants. 
  • Strong proposals will focus tightly on specific content rather than including every aspect of the topic, and will include opportunities for learner engagement. 

We are looking for sessions that focus more deeply on a narrow topic that will help the audience leave the session with solid understanding and useful applications. 

Submit Your Presentation

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