Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Actuarial Colloquium Paris 2020 did not take place as planned.
However, the Institut des actuaires and IAA were pleased to host the Sections Virtual Colloquium (SVC) 2020 from May 11-15 instead.
The SVC 2020 brought the actuarial world together for five days of high-level scientific presentations, recorded article presentations, as well as interactive plenary sessions from IAA Sections with contributions from keynote speakers, which are available online here on actuview.
The full program with more than 70 recorded sessions and 7 live sessions has been published. Click through the pages to find the section programs:
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ASTIN Session live on actuview | 12 May, 13.00–14.30 CEST
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Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) were invented in 2014 and have generated more interest since then. GANs are useful for learning the structure of the data without explicitly postulating the model. They are better than other generative models, used f
The new rules set forth by IFRS 17 not only imply a fundamental overhaul of insurance accounting, but also, the reengineering of actuarial and accounting processes within an insurance company. In fact, a few insurers will opt to transform their operating
The submission would be 5-7 five minute plays enacting the interaction of classical character types in an actuarial or professional context highlighting ethical issues by young actuarial students in University College Dublin. One example of the plays woul
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The French Social Security has highlighted psychiatric diseases as a major risk. However, French private health insurance companies do not consider psychiatric care as an important topic. In this article is presented a study (based on four real health ins
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