External Events

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or organisation of external events and does not scrutinise or endorse them.

IFoA Events: Please refer to 2019 IFoA Events Calendar for a list of upcoming events.

Network of Consulting Actuaries (NoCA) Events: Please go to https://www.noca.uk for a list of upcoming events. SAI members are invited to attend by dialling +353 1 907 9713 and entering Code 463839. Please contact contact@noca.uk if you have further queries.

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Past external events

Date Sort ascending Event Title Organizer Venue Speakers/Presenters
Invitation to a Course on Actuarial Modelling with special consideration of Solvency II The Salzburg Institute of Actuarial Studies Salzburg University, Salzburg
Recent insights into how the Earth works: embracing uncertainty Royal Irish Academy Academy House, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 Professor Chris Bean
The ORSA Process, Lessons Learned? – A Case Study for the Standard Formula EAA - European Actuarial Academy Ljubljana, Slovenia See description
Application of Big Data in Banking IAA - International Actuarial Association Webinar Pravin Burra
Pensions: Inclusion, communication & accountability The European Network for Research on Supplementary Pensions (ENRSP) Aula Maxima, NUI Galway
The European Network for Research on Supplementary Pensions (ENRSP) 2018 conference The European Network for Research on Supplementary Pensions (ENRSP) National University of Ireland, Galway.
Insurance Data Science Conference CASS Business School, London CAA Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8TZ, United Kingdom
The Role of Actuaries in the Expanding Field of Data Science Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Webinar
The Elephant and the Dragon: Changing Dynamics that affect Asia and Beyond CFA Society Ireland ​The Westin Hotel, Dublin 2 ​Xu Sitao - Chief Economist, Partner, Deloitte China
Irish Pension Policy: Objectives for Pillars 1 & 2 The Pension Policy Research Group (PPRG) Trinity College Dublin