Pierre Devolder (Reacfin/UCL)
Pierre Devolder holds a MSc. and PhD in Mathematics, as well as an MSc. in Actuarial Sciences. Besides being an active member of the Institute of Actuaries in Belgium (IA|BE) and a member of the Insurance Commission, he is also a professor at the University of Louvain (UCL) and president of the actuarial consulting company Reacfin s.a. (Louvain, Belgium). He is deputy chairman of the section AFIR of the I.A.A. His activities and research are focused on quantitative finance and pension theory, which he teaches at the Universities of Louvain (UCL), Strasbourg and Rabat. He has published various books in the actuarial field and is the author of many highly awarded articles by the leading actuarial society. In the past, Pierre worked for AXA Belgium, where he was a board member. He was also an expert appointed by the Belgian Minister of the Self-employed, SMEs and Agriculture. He is now member of the commission of experts appointed by the Belgian government for the pension reform.
Aurélie Miller (Reacfin)
Aurélie holds a Master of Business Engineer from the Solvay Business School of Brussels (ULB) and a Master in Actuarial Sciences from the University of Louvain (UCL). She won the IA|BE thesis price in 2006 and was finalist of SCOR price 2007. She worked as PhD student in actuarial sciences at UCL and as assistant of Mathematics at ULB. Aurélie worked for 4 years as head of Non-Life Assets & Liabilities Modeling and Risk Management for Generali Belgium where she was responsible of the development of a Non-Life ALM model and of Solvency II activities (economic capital calculation, value calculation, validations activities…). She was also involved in other projects such as the improvement of the Life ALM tool and in the creation of a business plan for online sales. In 2013, Aurélie joined Reacfin as senior consultant for missions in the Non-Life, Life and Health and ORSA domains. Aurélie is a full member of the Institute of Actuaries in Belgium (IA|BE), where she holds the position of member of the non-life working group, as well as member of the education committee. She is also member of the board of ASALv (association of the alumni of actuarial science of Louvain-La-Neuve).