CERA, Module C: Processes in ERM

Event Type
EAA Seminar
Organizer
EAA
Date
Time

Monday, 9th March

Start time: 8.45 am

Tuesday, 10th March

Start time: 9.00 am

Venue
Sallés Hotel Pere IV, Calle Pallars 128-130, 08018 Barcelona, Spain
Description

The European Actuarial Academy is one of the main providers of actuarial education – especially when it comes to Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). The concept of ERM has gained significant momentum in the insurance industry and beyond.

We offer a series of four training courses and exams (through DAV) to all actuaries who want to deepen their knowledge in Enterprise Risk Management and gain the international ERMcredential CERA. The defining characteristics of the CERA-credential as offered by the European Actuarial Academy are:

  • Provides the most comprehensive and rigorous training in ERM
  • Is a fast-growing globally-recognised credential
  • Combines a range of business and professional skills with the mathematics of finance and risk
  • Equips risk management professionals to empower better business decisions and more profitable business development
  • Has a wide range of applications in insurance and finance, and well beyond actuarial-academy.com
  • Is supported by actuarial associations worldwide
  • Is recognised and transferable internationally
  • Has a rigorous and advanced curriculum underpinned by actuarial science, with an emphasis on ERM and professionalism
  • Offers career choices outside the traditional actuarial markets

This seminar is one part in a course that consists of four modules. They can be booked as a whole series to fulfil the requirements for receiving the CERA designation, or individually as CPD training. Written exams on the course are offered subsequently.

Please contact your actuarial association regarding the recognition of the seminars and the exams. The national association has to be at least Acceding Party of the CERA Global Association so that an actuary who passes this course may receive the CERA credential. Please visit www.ceraglobal.org to get information if your association is entitled to issue the CERA designation.

For further and extended information, please see attached below.

Fee for this CERA seminar module: € 850 plus 21% VAT

The seminar fee includes participation and seminar material. Differing from the previous years, please note that the seminar fee includes not only the participation and seminar material but also the hotel package fee for the catering (coffee breaks, lunches incl. one soft drink and coffee/tea, and mineral water/apple juice in the seminar room) already. Accommodation, breakfast and dinner are not included in this package fee.

If you would like to make a reservation for this event, please register here.

Agenda

This seminar deals with the challenges of implementing ERM Processes in practice. Experienced speakers present and discuss examples from practice, eg. how to define an organisation’s risk strategy, risk appetite, risk tolerances and limits, and of course discuss how business strategy influences risk strategy and show their necessary interaction. In a detailed case study in non-life insurance, we demonstrate the close relationship between ERM and Value and Risk Based Management. We give examples how financial and other risks influence the selection of strategy, and we show how ERM can be appropriately imbedded in an entity’s strategic planning and discuss the Own Risk and Solvency Assessment.

Speakers/Presenters
Julian Bischof & Andreas Schlögl
Biographical details

Julian Bischof

Julian is a manager within the financial services organization of EY, based in Frankfurt. He has more than 13 years of experience in the insurance industry. As Solvency II project leader, Julian successfully implemented Solvency II at a German life insurance and at a German property and casualty insurance company. He used to work in the risk management department where he developed, in close cooperation with the company’s actuaries and asset managers, the risk management system for adherence with the requirements set out by the Solvency II regime. In addition, he established and lead through various ORSA processes. Additionally, he has gained extensive experiences during internal audits on the systems of governance and risk management systems of various insurance companies. In 2015 he got his MBA degree as well as a university certificate as risk manager. Julian fluently speaks German, English, and Dutch.

Andreas Schlögl

Since April 2014. Andreas Schlögl has been working for different companies in the Generali Group. First as the Head of Group Non-Life UW Risk Management responsible for all the Group Non-Life Underwriting Risk Capital Models, Catastrophe Risk Management and Business Support, secondly as Risk Officer for the Business Segment “Global Business Lines” with the responsibility for the Risk Management of the Global Corporate Lines in P&C, Life and Health. Since November 2018 he acts as the Chief Risk Officer for the “International” Region with the responsibility for the Risk Management in 18 countries in Southern Europe, Switzerland, Americas and Asia. Prior he used to work for a global consulting company and a large reinsurance company having a different set of responsibilities in Enterprise Risk Management methodology and processes. He holds a diploma in business mathematics from the University of Augsburg, is member of the DAV and holds the title as CERA. He acts as a lecturer for DAV and EAA for CERA and acted in various trainings for ORSA and Internal Models.

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