Start time: 12.30 pm

End time: 1.30 pm


Webinar: Behavioural Risk Management for Trustees

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This interactive session will introduce participants to behavioural bias and the impact on decision making, details of the session include:

  • The principles of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and incorporating ERM into an Integrated Risk Management framework for pension schemes;
  • An introduction to behavioural bias and how it may be observed in decision making (for trustees, advisers or other stakeholders);
  • How some behavioural techniques can be incorporated into decision making;
  • Risk behaviours and managing risks from the perspective of gains and losses.


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Biographical details

Neil McConville is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries with over 19 years’ experience within the pensions industry. Neil is a graduate of Queen’s University Belfast and started off his career in pension consulting in Dublin with Aon Consulting. After four years in Dublin, Neil relocated to Belfast, progressing to be a scheme actuary certificate holder before moving to Queen’s University Belfast. Neil’s current role is Programme Director of the BSc Actuarial Science and Risk Management degree at Queen’s and does this alongside working as an independent Consultant in both the Belfast and Dublin markets.

Members Only Event
You must be a member of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland to attend this event.
Event Type
Web Session
Neil McConville, Queens University Belfast
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