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Events in brief

Current issues in life assurance II
1 September,
Staple Inn,

Delegates will hear from industry experts on the challenges that actuaries, and those who rely upon actuaries, will be facing in coming times. This is an important seminar for all actuaries, in particular practising certificate holders. It is aimed primarily at senior life assurance actuaries and their advisers. It will also be of interest to all those who work in, or advise on, the life assurance market in the UK and Europe. Visit www.actuaries.org.uk/conf_flyer/cila20100901

Market-consistent valuations and Solvency II: implications of the recent financial crisis
16 September,
Staple Inn,

In this open forum, Kamran Foroughi will spend around 40 minutes presenting key conclusions from the above paper before opening up the debate for questions. A paper on this topic was originally presented to ICA 2010. A revised version reflecting latest Solvency II QIS5 and IASB Insurance contract exposure draft developments will be made available on the Profession’s website two weeks before the open forum. Registration (with coffee) is from 16.30 before the 17.00-18.30 forum. For further information visit www.actuaries.org.uk/ap_events/open_forum_20100916

Variable annuities seminar: bridging the divide
17 September,
Staple Inn,

This seminar will confront the issues and challenges associated with a volatile financial environment together with a moving regulatory landscape. The event will equip attendees to understand these issues better and move beyond the challenge to deliver meaningful client products and appropriately reward the companies that provide them. Visit www.actuaries.org.uk/conf/variable_annuities

Life conference and exhibition 2010
7–9 November,

‘Collateral damage: life insurance after the credit crunch 2010 and looking forward’. The Life conference and exhibition 2010 is the premier professional event for UK life actuaries and is attended by more than 900 delegates. For further information visit www.actuaries.org.uk/life2010. See also the Chairman’s Preview on page 42 of this issue.