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2015 CAA Conference

The 25th Annual Conference of the CAA was held in Trinidad & Tobago, December 2-4, 2015.

Conference Programme

A copy of our conference programme can be found here.

Conference Presentations

Please click the links below to download the presentations

Luzita Kennedy - "IFRS 9 Implications"

Nazir Valani - "IFRS 4 Impact on Reserves"

Jeff Blacker - "Microinsurance Product Development, Regulations, and Client Education (intro)"

Josh Ling - "Mercy Corps MiCRO & Microinsurance (replacement)"

Jay Olshansky - "A New System for Life Underwriting"

Edmund Douglas - "Cyber Risk"

Craig Reynolds - "Model Risk"

Steven Chen - "Actuarial Roles in Bank Stress Testing"

Douglas Collins - "Caribbean Natural Catastrophes"

Howard Kunst - "Caribbean Natural Catastrophes"

Rob Brown & Derek Osborne - "Accounting for Social Security Liabilities"

Jacques Tremblay & Simone Brathwaite - "Are Insurers Systemically Important - View of International Players"

Jules Gribble - "Are Insurers Systemically Important - IAIS View and International Initiatives"

Marcus Bosland - "Are Insurers Systematically Important - the Caribbean post CLICO"

Nick Salter - "The changing face of UK pensions and the role of actuaries"

Noor Rajah - "De-Risking Pension Plans"

Nari Persad - "International Offshore Life Insurance for HNWIs"

Chris Daykin - "Expert Witness in Personal Injury Cases"

Ronald Poon Affat - "Active In-force Management"

Annette James - "Health Reform in the US"

Kyle Rudden - "Health Insurance Need in the Caribbean-1"

Richard Byles - "Jamaica's Recent Experience with the IMF - Lessons for the Caribbean"

Geoff Atkins - "Global General Insurance Market"

Binni Rana - "Behavioral Economics"

Marcia Tam - "Marks - What's appropriate for the Caribbean"

Servaas Houben - "Capital Regimes - Experiences in the Dutch Caribbean (replacement)"

Statements of fact and opinion expressed herein are those of the individual authors and not necessarily those of the Caribbean Actuarial Association.

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