29 Oct 2015 in Frankfurt am Main
1st EAA Risk Management Summit
Organised by the EAA - European Actuarial Academy GmbH.
Over the last couple of years, Enterprise Risk Management has become more and more important to financial and insurance institutions. With the start of Solvency II a lot of different and important tasks will be bundled in the new risk management function.
To support actuaries in ERM and risk managers in general, several national actuarial associations founded the CERA credential in 2009. Since then, over 2,000 individuals have gained the CERA credential.
The European Actuarial Academy (EAA) is an accredited education provider for different national actuarial associations in Europe under the CERA regulations.
With the aim to offer an exchange forum for European risk managers and CERA as well as to present new topics and solutions, we offer the 1st EAA Risk Management Summit on 29 October 2015 at the Airport Conference Center in Frankfurt, Germany.
Roland van den Brink, Chairman of the EAA Partners‘ Meeting, will moderate the Risk Management Summit.
The Risk Management Summit is open to all European Risk Managers and CERA.
Purpose and Nature
The following presentations are listed in chronological order and will cover a wide range of up to date topics. You may find all available presentation abstracts linked behind the presentation title in PDF format.
Dr Till FörstemannDr Till Förstemann is Research Analyst at Deutsche Bundesbank. Following studies in Göttingen, Lausanne and Nuremberg, he received his doctorate from the University of Paderborn. At Deutsche Bundesbank, he is a member of the research groups on Financial Stability and Risk Management and Modelling.
Dr Jürgen HuschensDr Jürgen Huschens, born 1964, is married and has one set of twin daughters. He has a German master degree in Business Mathematics and a master degree in Applied Mathematics from Rice University, Houston Tx. Following a PhD in applied mathematics/computer science he joined IBM as an IT-architect in 1992. From this time he has been focusing exclusively on the Insurance industry. From 2006 he has been working as the Industry Technical Leader for IBM in the European Insurance Industry. In 2009 he has been appointed “IBM Digistinuished Engineer” and became part of the Technical Leadership Team of the IBM corporation. In this role he is very close to the various developments in the technology space that are changing our daily lives.Dr Huschens is member of the IBM Academy of Technology and has close cooperation with many Insurance companies and institutions in the Insurance eco-system worldwide. He is certified as “Distinguished Architect” by the Open Group and has served also on many boards within the IT Architect profession.
Paul KingPaul King has a first class degree in physics from the University of Oxford and a PhD from Imperial College, London. He qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in 1992 and since then has been involved in just about every area of education for the profession – including chairing the Education Board. He has been a member of Council and for many years led on professional and technical education for Mercer’s UK retirement business. He is currently a member of the International Actuarial Association’s Syllabus Review Task Force and Chair of the Review Panel of the Global CERA Board. Paul runs his own consultancy from the Mid-Wales border where he is also part owner of a beekeeping business – an activity which involves daily risk management!
Andreas SchlöglAndreas Schlögl is the Head of Group Non-Life UW Risk Management at Generali Group working out of Milan. In this role he is responsible for all the Group Non-Life Capital Models, Catastrophe Risk Management and Business Support. 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 acted as a lecturer for DAV and EEA in various trainings for ORSA and Internal Models and is part of the lectures for the CERA Module of “Processes of ERM”.
Yvonne SchmerfeldYvonne Schmerfeld joined EIOPA June 2011 and is the leading expert on pillar II issues of the Solvency II regulation including the preparatory Guidelines on the System of Governance and ORSA. Yvonne also supports EIOPA Solvency II projects such as dialogues with EU Institutions, supervisory authorities from the EEA and from third countries or with stakeholders from industry or academic. From 2007 - 2011 Yvonne was Head of Public Affairs International of the Swiss Insurance Association working on the Swiss Solvency Test and its equivalence to Solvency II. Previously she gathered professional experience inside the Economic and Monetary Committee of the European Parliament for 6 years. Yvonne studied social, economic and political sciences in Germany and France focusing on statistics and European law. Yvonne is a German national, who also speaks English and French.
Venue & Accommodation
The summit will take place at the
Airport Conference CenterFlughafen Frankfurt, Hugo-Eckener-Ring60547 Frankfurt am Main, Germanywww.acc-frankfurt.com
As this is a one-day event, there is no pre-arranged accommodation by the EAA.
The CERA exams are organised by the Deutsche Aktuarvereinigung e. V. (German Association of Actuaries) in German and English.
For further information and exam registrations, please contact Tim Kampmann at
firstname.lastname@example.org. If this would be your first CERA exam, please kindly send a certificate confirming that you are a full member of your actuarial association via e-mail in addition.