Ermanno Pitacco is professor of Actuarial mathematics and Life insurance technique in the University of Trieste as well as academic director of the Master in Insurance and Risk Management at the MIB Trieste School of Management. In addition, he has been visiting professor in various universities (recently: University of New South Wales, Sydney; University of Louvain-La-Neuve; University of Ljubljana, University of Zagreb). Main fields of scientific interest are life and health insurance mathematics and techniques, pension mathematics, longevity risk, mortality heterogeneity. He is author or co-author of textbooks and papers in the fields of scientific interest. His papers have been published, among the others, on: Insurance Mathematics & Economics, ASTIN Bulletin, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, Risks, Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance, Belgian Actuarial Bulletin, Journal of Actuarial Practice, Applied stochastic models in business and industry, AStA Advances in Statistical Analysis, European Actuarial Journal, Giornale dell’Istituto Italiano degli Attuari.
Görge Temme is working in the Actuarial Services Team of PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH in Germany, focusing on health insurance topics. As such, he manages actuarial consulting projects and audits for various clients, covering, inter alia, tariff calculation, accounting, IFRS 17 and Solvency II. His experience ranges from initial tariff calculation validations and premium adjustment calculations to IFRS 17 implementation projects for primary health insurers as well as life/health reinsurers. Prior to joining PwC he graduated as a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics (Wirtschaftsmathematik) from the University of Cologne.