PROFESSIONALISM WEBINAR
More Tales From The Dark Side: Ethical Cases At The ABCD
Dec. 20, 2018 | 12-1:30 p.m. EST | CE available
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REGISTRATION FEE: $50

Eligible Academy volunteers and government regulators are invited to attend free of charge. If you are an Academy volunteer, you are eligible if you are a member of an Academy committee (including boards, committees, subcommittees, work groups, task forces, etc.) and also are qualified for either a partial or total dues waiver during 2018Please contact Doreen Hoyle at hoyle@actuary.org or 202-223-8196 to register.

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
As the year begins to draw to a close, get ready to settle in with us for “More Tales From the Dark Side: Ethical Cases at the ABCD.” Highly attended and popular last December, this next iteration will be our final professionalism webinar of 2018 and will explore examples of ethical problems based on cases that have been brought before the Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline (ABCD).
 
In the course of performing their work, actuaries are sometimes confronted with ethical issues that are difficult to resolve. Our presenters—both ABCD members—will describe the reference points actuaries should look to in each case to stay on the right side of the Code of Professional Conduct. They also will discuss the information and guidance the ABCD has provided to practicing actuaries in such situations through the ABCD’s request for guidance process. Join us for this professionalism webinar, and learn how to avoid going over to the dark side.
 
We believe in good faith that attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 1.8 continuing education (CE) credits and 1.8 core ethics continuing professionalism education credits under Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries rules (click here for more information).

PRESENTERS
  • David Driscoll, MAAA, EA, FSA, FCA
    Member, Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline
  • Godfrey Perrott, MAAA, FSA
    Member, Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline
MODERATOR
  • Paul Kollmer-Dorsey
    Academy General Counsel and Director of Professionalism
*The opinions expressed by the panelists during this presentation do not represent the opinions of any of the panelists’ employers or any boards or committees of the Academy or the Actuarial Standards Board or the Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline.

CONTINUING EDUCATION AND JBEA CPE CREDIT.
The American Academy of Actuaries believes in good faith that attendance at this live professionalism webinar constitutes an organized activity as defined under the current Qualification Standards for Actuaries Issuing Statements of Actuarial Opinion in the United States, and that attendees may earn up to 1.8 CE credits for attending this live webinar.

We also believe in good faith that Enrolled Actuaries may earn 1.8 continuing professionalism education (CPE) core ethics credits under the Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries (JBEA) rules for attending this live webinar. However, the JBEA ultimately determines what constitutes core, non-core, ethics, or non-ethics continuing education and the number of CPE credit hours allocated to same for enrolled actuaries.

NOTE ON JBEA CE CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
You will not be able to receive a certificate of attendance for listening to any recorded webinars. In order to receive a JBEA CE Certificate of Attendance you must attend the live event, follow the instructions provided during the live event, and request your certificate by completing the online form within 30 days of attending the live event.

To constitute formal CE under the JBEA regulations, there must be three (3) or more people involved in substantive pension services physically present at your webinar location. 

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  • For more information about this webinar, contact Doreen Hoyle at 202-223-8196 or hoyle@actuary.org.
The Academy’s professionalism webinars, offered quarterly, are a popular resource for essential information and CE credits for actuaries in all practice areas. They focus on a wide range of topics, including updates on actuarial standards of practice (ASOPs), interpretation and application of the U.S. Qualification Standards, and the Code of Professional Conduct. Members have free access to archived slides and audio from the Academy’s comprehensive series of webinars.