The Latest Updates on IAA Insurance Accounting, Regulation, Enterprise, and Financial Risk Activities Webinar

The International Actuarial Association (IAA) is active on a global scale, sharing actuarial expertise in various practice areas to a myriad of international organizations.
 
Join us on May 23 for a webinar featuring an expert panel as they focus on IAA efforts around insurance accounting and insurance regulatory issues, including:
  • Insurance accounting issues including insurance contracts, financial instruments, and revenue recognition
  • International Standards of Actuarial Practice (ISAPs) and International Actuarial Notes (IANs) for insurance accounting
  • Enterprise and financial risk activities
  • Recommending and developing standards for capital – ComFrame, basic and International capital requirements, and high-loss absorbency initiatives
  • Purple Book –  a resource for insurance regulators and other interested parties on emerging tools and practices for managing both business and regulatory risks of insurance in a sustainable manner
  • International Valuations Standard Council (IVSC) and how their work might impact actuaries

WEBINAR RESOURCES
 

WEBINAR PRESENTERS
  • William Hines, MAAA, FSA; Vice President, Risk Management and Financial Reporting Council, American Academy of Actuaries
  • Dave Sandberg, MAAA, FSA, CERA; Former President, Former VP, Life Practice Council, American Academy of Actuaries
 
MODERATOR
  • Tom Herget, MAAA, FSA, CERA
 
DETAILS
The Latest Updates on IAA Insurance Accounting, Regulation, Enterprise and Financial Risk Activities Webinar
May 23, 2014
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Eastern
 
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
 
The American Academy of Actuaries believes in good faith that your attendance at this live webinar, “The Latest Updates on IAA Insurance Accounting, Regulation, Enterprise and Financial Risk Activities,” may constitute an organized activity as defined under the current Qualification Standards for Actuaries Issuing Statements of Actuarial Opinion in the United States depending on your area of practice. Under these Qualification Standards, an hour of continuing education is defined as 50 minutes, and fractions of an hour may be counted.