Julian, based in Frankfurt, is a senior manager within the risk management team of Q_PERIOR. Prior to this function, he used to work within the risk and actuarial team of EY. He has more than 15 years of experience in the insurance industry. As a project leader, Julian successfully implemented Solvency II at a German life insurance and at a German property and casualty insurance company. He used to work in the risk management department where he developed, in close cooperation with the company’s actuaries and asset managers, the risk management system for adherence with the requirements set out by the Solvency II regime. In addition, he established and lead through various ORSA processes and introduced modern business steering concepts, including (risk related) indicators. Additionally, he has gained extensive experiences during internal audits on the systems of governance and risk management systems of various insurance companies. In 2015 he got his MBA degree as well as a university certificate as risk manager. Julian fluently speaks German, English, and Dutch.
Marc is an expert for business support and actuarial valuation with the risk management department of Generali Deutschland AG. He has more than 15 years of experience in the insurance industry. Prior to Generali Deutschland, Marc has worked as a senior manager for actuarial consultancy BELTIOS P&C where he led Solvency II implementation projects for multinational insurance groups as well as small and medium-sized insurance non-life companies. In this role, he supported Internal Model application processes, implementation of Actuarial and Risk Management Functions and related valuation and reporting processes to meet Solvency II requirements across all pillars. He is a qualified actuary and fellow of the German association of Actuaries (DAV). Marc is member of the Non-Life Internal Model and ORSA working groups of DAV. He speaks German and English fluently.
Jacques Wasserfall is the CEO of Württembergische Life & Health insurance in Stuttgart. Until 2020 he was responsible for the Zurich Germany Life insurance & Pension business in Bonn. He holds a bachelor of commerce from the University of Stellenbosch / South Africa. He holds the title as CERA and is a member of the German Institute of Actuaries (DAV) as well as of the Faculty & Institute of Actuaries in London (FIA) and of the Actuarial Society of South Africa (ASSA). He acted as a lecturer for DAV and EAA in various trainings for risk and value-based management.