A fresh take on risk and valuation

The impact of climate change is a topic that is high on the agenda of many insurers. How do you go about integrating climate change risk in your ORSA, governance and risk management system? 

This 2-hour online session is designed to educate your team on the topic of climate change risk management. You will gain a thorough understanding of EIOPA’s recommendations, and the topics that will be covered include:

  1. Overview of climate change risk: type of risks and materiality assessment

  2. Climate change risk management framework

  3. Climate change scenarios

  4. Modelling and tools 

  5. Current regulatory requirements and deadlines

The session will be tailored to your specific needs, to ensure that it is relevant for your business and market.

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About the team

Yannis Pitaras:

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Yannis is a qualified actuary who has experience in risk management, actuarial modelling and capital management for insurers. He has acquired in-depth knowledge of the insurance sector through the performance of key roles such as Chief Risk Officer and Head of Actuarial Function. Yannis is a subject matter expert in the fields of Solvency II, Risk Appetite Frameworks, Balance Sheet Valuation and ORSA projection models.

 

Frans Kuys:

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An actuary and Financial Risk Manager with international experience in the pensions and insurance sectors.

Frans has been specialising in actuarial valuations, financial reporting, risk management, asset-liability modelling (ALM) and investment consulting. 

 

Francis Furey:

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An actuary within the life and non-life (re)insurance industry. His expertise covers the areas of Financial Reporting (MCEV, IFRS17, US GAAP) and Prudential Regulation (Solvency II, BMA, ICS). Francis worked in the life insurance industry in a financial reporting and capital modelling capacity with extensive exposure to domestic and international clients with a keen eye on new regulatory developments.