Our EAA Early Bird Newsletter: Enroll Early and Learn Smart!

 
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­ Enroll Early, Learn Smart:
Unlock Your Early Bird Benefits 
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­ We're thrilled to announce our upcoming early bird offerings, providing you with the perfect opportunity to plan your future CPD trainings while taking advantage of special discounts.

But remember, these early bird offers are only valid for a limited time!

Be sure to visit our website to uncover a diverse selection of web sessions, on-site seminars, as well as CERA and Actuarial Data Science trainings.

Don't let this opportunity pass you by and let this spring be a time of elevated understanding and learning!
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­ Web Session '50 Shades of Product Development Reloaded (Business Game Included)'
22-24 May 2024 | 10:00-15:30 CEST
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­ In this web session, we will discuss different aspects of modern product development and put together the puzzle of different activities, aspects, and perspectives.

Therefore, we will deal with, amongst others, the following topics:
  • Current product landscape and its evolution.
  • Upcoming trends and upgrades for the product design of savings, retirement, and risk products.
  • Modern investment solution for life insurance products.
  • Smart and fast implementation of life insurance products because of a new product philosophy and external cooperation partner.
In a Product Development Business Game, participants face some of the challenges of a product development project. In a realistic situation, they develop in several groups a new life insurance product while competing with all other groups for limited distribution channels.
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Your early-bird registration fee is
€ 780.00 (net) / € 928.20 (incl. VAT, if applicable) until 10 April 2024. After this date, the fee will be
€ 1,015.00 (net) / € 1,297.85 (incl. VAT, if applicable).
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­ Web Session 'Understanding IFRS 17'
27/28 May 2024 | 9:00-16:20 CEST
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­ The goal of the two-day web session is to provide participants with a comprehensive introduction to the new measurement, presentation and disclosure guidance for insurance contracts. It will cover life, health and non-life business, including the special guidance on direct participating contracts and shorter term non-life contracts and give useful examples.

In the web session, we will first shed a light on the context of accounting for insurance contracts within the IFRS 17 framework. We will present and discuss the general concepts behind the new model and refer to the application of valuation models like the Variable Fee Approach (VFA) and the Premium Allocation Approach (PAA). The web session will proceed with a discussion of topics specific to individual lines of business. We will close with an overview of methodical most relevant topics for implementation seen in various European markets, share emerging market experience and discuss these with the participants.

Overall, the goal is to enable participants to understand the standard and help transferring the requirements into your specific situation. It is thus intended to prepare participants for model development, implementation, testing, reviewing and consulting with management, accounting and auditors.
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Your early-bird registration fee is
€ 720.00 (net) / € 856.80 (incl. VAT, if applicable) until 15 April 2024. After this date, the fee will be € 935.00 (net) / € 1,112.65 (incl. VAT, if applicable).
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­ Web Session 'Comparing IFRS17 and Solvency II'
29 May 2024 | 10:00-12:00 CEST
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­ This session aims at analysing the impact of IFRS17 versus Solvency II. After a general description of both frameworks, we highlight the most recent expected changes following the Solvency II review with a focus on discount rates and risk margin. We will then explain IFRS17 accounting choices versus Solvency II and benchmark those. Finally, we will show the impact of IFRS17 on the management of the contracts when issued and during their lifetime (profit testing and key indicators).

The purpose is to understand the key accounting choices under IFRS17 and how they relate to Solvency II. This has an impact when valuing and managing insurance contracts. This will also allow users of financial and prudential information to get a better understanding of the figures depending on the purpose and methodology used.
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Your early-bird registration fee
is € 120.00 (net) / € 142.80 (incl. VAT, if applicable) until 17 April 2024. After this date, the fee will be € 170.00 (net) / € 202.30 (incl. VAT, if applicable).
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­ Web Session 'Non-Life Reserving'
10-12 June 2024 | 9:00-12:30 CEST
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­ As Insurance is being impacted by new and disruptive technology, how will actuarial reserving techniques be impacted? Whilst triangle methods have traditionally been seen as the key methods in the reserving area, this may be challenged in the future by more complex expectations, improving technology, modelling capabilities, etc.
Reserving practices are expected to keep changing, as the influences of big data and regulatory requirements continue to evolve.

The aim of this workshop is to
  • Refresh classical actuarial/statistical techniques used in non-life reserving (Gaap and Solvency 2).
  • Focus on some practical problems faced by reserving actuaries, by presenting practical examples.
  • Introduce more advanced techniques used in non-life reserving in order to open new perspectives on more granular reserving calculation, case estimates, etc.
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­Your early-bird registration fee is
€ 600.00 (net) / € 714.00 (incl. VAT, if applicable) until 29 April 2024. After this date, the fee will be € 780.00 (net) / € 928.20 (incl. VAT, if applicable).
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