Against a backdrop of increasing focus on the individual, the actuarial profession examines and defends the interests of the many. It is the responsibility of actuaries and risk specialists to speak out, ensure this view is heard, and perhaps even help change this trend. Such will be the aim at the actuarial colloquium set to take place from 11 to 14 May, 2020, in Paris, where speakers will offer their insights on how actuarial science can bridge the divide between individual and collective choices. “Individual choices in the face of societal challenges” will be the theme of this event. The five International Actuarial Association sections – AFIR-ERM, ASTIN, IACA, LIFE and PBSS – will present, discuss and evaluate those choices and what role actuaries can play in a changing society.
Registration for the Paris Colloquium is now open. Reserve your place at www.actuarialcolloquium2020.com.