Siegbert Baldauf is currently co project manager of the Solvency II project of the Actuarial Association of Europe (AAE). He is a qualified actuary (DAV) since 1994 and a Certified Enterprise Risk Actuary (CERA) since 2013 working mainly in life insurance business. He is the responsible actuary for the German life insurance companies ERGO Lebensversicherung AG and Victoria Lebensversicherung AG. As an experienced actuary, he worked across tariffing, accounting and economic valuation. He chaired the Solvency II working group of the Deutsche Aktuarvereinigung (DAV) from the outset in 2002 until last year. He has been member of Pillar 1 Life Working Group of AAE for several years and Chairman from 09/2008 to11/2010.
Tom Veerman AAG RBA, Consulting Actuary, Triple A Risk Finance, the Netherlands, Education: Qualified Actuary in the Netherlands (AAG) and a Certified European Financial Analyst (CEFA). Prior to Triple A – Risk Finance, Tom was as a consultant for Towers Watson and Mercer in the Netherlands. He also worked in the Group Actuarial Department of Eureko/Achmea. In 2006, Tom decided to set up (together with partners) Triple A – Risk Finance, where he works as managing consultant for business line insurance with a main focus on issues with regard to enterprise risk management, economic capital, asset liability management and life insurance valuation.
Marc Linde works as a senior manager for actuarial consultancy BELTIOS P&C in Cologne, Germany. Prior to joining BELTIOS, Marc has been with Ernst & Young and EMB Deutschland, where he has been involved in various implementation projects for internal models and Solvency II IMAP processes for multinational non-life insurance groups. Marc regularly lectures on seminars of the German Actuarial Academy (DAA).
Karl-Theodor Eisele is a professor at the Institut de Recherche Mathematique Avancee (IRMA), Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg.