Schedule of Three ECA Papers 2019
|On Wednesday 04 December:|
|17:30 - 17:35||Welcome and Introduction|
|17:35 - 18:05||First presentation: Actuarial derivation of the cost of issuing structured debt By MIERZEJEWSKI Fernando|
|18:05 - 18:35||Second presentation: IFRS 17 - Fair Value Approach By LAMBRECHTS Kurt|
|18:35 - 19:00||Break|
|19:00 - 19:30||Third presentation: An alternative vision to the technical and formula-based actuarial papers. By DERENNE Fabian|
|19:30 - 19:40||Conclusions|
From 17:35 to 18:05
First presentation: Actuarial derivation of the cost of issuing structured debtBy MIERZEJEWSKI Fernando
Assessing the capital consumption of credti default risk.
This activity has one linked document: ABSTRACT Actuarial Derivation of the cost of issuing structured debt ....pdf.
From 18:05 to 18:35
Second presentation: IFRS 17 - Fair Value ApproachBy LAMBRECHTS Kurt
Transition under IFRS 17
IFRS 17 provides for existing insurance liabilities three methods to do the transition to this new accounting standard: a retrospective approach, a modified retrospective approach and a fair value approach. In an extensive case study by EFRAG, 30% of respondents indicated they will use the fair value approach. This approach has significant differences with the general approach of IFRS 17, as its rules are set by IFRS 13. This session discusses the characteristics and impact of these differences.
From 18:35 to 19:00
Some drinks and small snacks.
From 19:00 to 19:30
Third presentation: An alternative vision to the technical and formula-based actuarial papers.By DERENNE Fabian
In an attempt to support a certain diversity, I would like to offer an alternative vision to the technical and formula-based actuarial papers and propose a broader reflection based on the European motto “In varietate Concordia”. This presentation focuses on the importance of a shift in focus from reducing the risk in the actuary’s activities to favoring an all-encompassing approach focused on diversity. I’m going to (re-)define and clarify the concept of diversity, present 3 different implementation paradigms and offer my own personal interpretation of these concepts. Taking in to account different parameters I aim to highlight the importance of developing a diverse workforce, its effects on the group’s performance (and learning abilities), the impact on the role of the actuary and the importance of developing independent actuarial Belgian and European actuarial communities and institutes.