5th - 8th October 2010 | Cologne / Germany
Capital, Reporting and Governance
5th - 7th April 2011 | Cologne / Germany
Calculations and Modelling
9th - 11th May 2011 | Cologne / Germany
Purpose and Nature
The seminar is limited to 20 participants. This small group size ensures an efficient and comfortable working atmosphere.
The reactions to the seminar “The Basics” were enthusiastic: On a scale 1=excellent to 5=insufficient, the participants rated the seminar with 1.43 and the speakers with 1.5! The speakers confirm this and state that in the seminar ‘The Basics’, the stage was set by discovering the basics of Solvency II. This applies as well to pillar one (quantitative requirements) as to pillar two and three. There was ample room for discussion between the participants and lecturers. The different background of all persons added to the flavour, and made the experience both from a professional and social point of view very pleasant.
The seminars can be booked as a whole series or individually. The participation in the seminars “The Basics” and “Capital, Reporting and Governance” is not a prerequisite for the seminar “Calculations and Modelling”.
The seminar “Calculations and Modelling” is suited for professionals who are working in the insurance industry that are directly or indirectly involved in issues with regard to solvency issues, risk management and actuarial valuations. The course is especially suited for actuaries and risk managers involved with modelling solvency and risks. The focus of the course is on models and calculations.