Actuaries are commonly utilized for financial reporting of unpaid claim liabilities and budgeting for next year’s losses of a self-insurance program. To ensure the best actuarial results and highlight risk management, a partnership must exist between risk management and the actuary. This actuarial roundtable event will discuss some of the more advanced, current topics that risk managers encounter in dealings with actuaries.
Members will split into smaller groups for an in-depth conversation led by practicing actuaries and share their own experience(s). By the end of the session, all attendees will have the opportunity to master the four topics below and takeaway news ideas to boost potential program savings and revitalize interest in the self-insurance program from the top down:
Topic A – Determining if predictive modeling is the right option for your program;
Topic B – How to best obtain credit for risk management from your actuary;
Topic C – Gaining insight into presenting actuarial results by risk management to the C-Suite;
Topic D – Better handling unique risks: D&O, Asbestos/ Environmental, Warranty, Cyber Liability.
Presenters include:Richard Frese, FCAS, MAAAElizabeth Bart, FCAS, MAAAMike Paczolt, FCAS, MAAATony Bloemer, FCAS, MAAA
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