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|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|