First day: Monday 30th March
Start time: 8.45 am
Second day: Tuesday 31st March
Start time: 9.00 am
Due to demographic changes and the resulting challenges for government-run pay-as-you-go systems, the importance of funded private or occupational old age provision will increase in the future. The consequences of the financial crisis, the low interest rate environment as well as the solvency requirements following Solvency II, ask for new concepts in many markets, especially – but not only – with regard to products that integrate guarantees into the saving process.
In order to support you and your colleagues with the related current challenges, EAA are happy to announce their Seminar “New Life Products in a Low Interest World" which is organised in co-operation with the Hellenic Actuarial Society on 30/31 March 2020 in Athens, Greece.
Early-bird offer which is € 840.00 plus 24% VAT for registrations by 30 January 2020.
After this date, the fee will be € 990.00 plus 24% VAT.
Please see additional, extended information in the document uploaded below.
If you would like to make a reservation for this event, please register here.
In this seminar, they will demonstrate modern life insurance products with a special focus on innovations in the life insurance markets. Special attention will be given to capital-market oriented products and the design and financing of guarantees in the saving process that are under pressure given the low interest rate environment.
Dr Stefan Graf
Stefan Graf is senior consultant at the Institut für Finanz- und Aktuarwissenschaften (Institute for Financial and Actuarial Sciences), Ulm Germany. The main focus of his work is on the development and design of unit-linked life insurance products with guarantees with special interest in product comparison methodologies. He graduated from Ulm University (diploma in Mathematics and Economics) in 2008 and completed his dissertation on “Risk-Return Profiles for Retirement Planning” in 2013. He is a member of the German Association of Insurance and Financial Mathematics (DGVFM) and of the German Actuarial Association (DAV) where he is a member of the consumer protection working group. His academic research interests cover practical issues e.g. of the implementation of the PRIIP-regulation and the assessment of risk-return profiles for financial products.
Dr Alexander Kling
Alexander Kling is partner and senior consultant at the Institut für Finanz- und Aktuarwissenschaften (Institute for Financial and Actuarial Sciences), Ulm Germany. The main focus of his work is on the development and design of innovative life insurance products. He graduated from University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (MSc. in Mathematics) in 2002 and from Ulm University (diploma in Mathematics and Economics) in 2003. He has completed his doctoral thesis at Ulm University in 2007 and his habilitation in 2019. Alexander Kling is a member of the German Actuarial Association (DAV), the International Actuarial Association (IAA), the German Association of Insurance and Financial Mathematics (DGVFM), and associated member of the Munich Risk and Insurance Center (MRIC). Besides his consulting work, he is a lecturer at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, Ulm University, and the German as well as European Actuarial Academy (DAA and EAA).