2013 Seminar on P/C Effective Loss Reserve Opinions: Tools for the Appointed Actuary

Whether you’re an actuary who signs P/C loss reserve opinions, or someone who assists in preparing them, the Academy’s annual seminar on P/C Effective Loss Reserve Opinions offers you an opportunity to deepen your expertise, become more efficient in your work, and differentiate yourself from others in your field.
Here’s what past participants have said about this Academy seminar:
  • Breakout sessions were great.  It was much easier asking questions in the small groups.  I appreciated the sample wording.
  • Really good way to split the information so that attendees are able to focus on what matters to them.
  • Right blend of technical/non-technical discussion.
  • Getting examples and working together is a good way to learn.
Register now to attend and:
  • Gain an understanding of regulatory perspectives and expectations, directly from regulators on faculty.
  • Keep up to date on relevant regulations and standards.
  • Earn valuable CE – participants who attend both days’ sessions may earn over 10 CE credits.
  • Network with peers.


Actuaries who participate in the preparation of and/or sign NAIC Statements of Actuarial Opinion on property/casualty loss reserves.


American Academy of Actuaries Seminar on P/C Effective Loss Reserve Opinions: Tools for the Appointed Actuary

Nov. 13–14, 2013
Hilton St. Louis Airport
10330 Natural Bridge Road
St. Louis, Mo. 63134-3303


Don’t miss out on this exciting format and the opportunity to learn more about:


Click here for the agenda

REGISTRATION (closed at 5:00 p.m. Eastern, Nov. 5, 2013)

How to register

You may register for either or both days of the seminar.
  • Academy Members: Register online or by mail/fax.
  • Non-members: Register online or by mail/fax.
  • Regulators: Register online or by mail/fax.

Registration Fees

Early registration ends Oct. 22 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern. Regular registration ends Nov. 5 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern.

  Early Registration by 10/22 (one day) Regular Registration by 11/5 (one day) Early Registration by 10/22 (both days) Regular Registration by 11/5 (both days)
Member $450 $500 $675 $725
Non-member $650 $700 $775 $825
Regulator Free Free Free Free


A full refund will be given for cancellations received by Nov. 5. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after this date. Requests must be made in writing. Please email Kyla Ruiz at Ruiz@actuary.org or send it by regular mail to:
Seminar on P/C Effective Loss Reserve Opinions: Tools for the Appointed Actuary
Attn: Joanne Anderson
American Academy of Actuaries
1850 M Street NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20036


Discounted room rates are available for attendees staying overnight at the Hilton St. Louis Airport. The special overnight rate ($159.00 USD) is available for Nov. 12-13. You can reserve rooms online or by calling 314-426-5500 and referencing code: AMA. The special room rate will be available until Oct. 22 or until the group block is sold out, whichever comes first. Please reference the American Academy of Actuaries.

Hilton St. Louis Airport
10330 Natural Bridge Road
St. Louis, Mo. 63134-3303

Reservations by phone: 314-426-5500


The American Academy of Actuaries believes in good faith that your attendance at this seminar, entitled, “P/C Seminar on Effective Loss Reserve Opinions: Tools for the Appointed Actuary,” may constitute relevant continuing education and an organized activity as defined under the current Qualification Standards for Actuaries Issuing Statements of Actuarial Opinion in the United States depending upon your area of practice. Under the U.S. Qualification Standards, an hour of continuing education is defined as 50 minutes, and fractions of an hour may be counted.


For more information, contact Kyla Ruiz at ruiz@actuary.org or 202-223-8196.


Registered attendees can anonymously submit questions about preparing property-casualty loss reserve opinions prior to the seminar. Your questions will help drive seminar content and may be addressed during a panel discussion featuring experienced company and consulting actuaries. Submit your questions now.