Marriott Phoenix Airport | Dec. 5-6, 2022
“After having written many opinions over the years, I only wish that I had attended earlier. Some of the issues that we face when writing opinions are not well defined and the seminar provided opportunities to explore those issues from several perspectives.” – Previous Attendee
The Academy’s Seminar on Effective P/C Loss Reserve Opinions is designed for property/casualty actuaries who prepare or assist with preparing National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) annual statements of actuarial opinion on P/C loss reserves.
The agenda will provide information about the latest regulations and standards that apply and will help you gain an understanding of regulatory perspectives and expectations.
What’s New for 2022:
- The session on qualifications will focus on the new U.S. Qualification Standards (USQS) effective Jan. 1, 2022;
- The session on the use of reserve ranges has been updated and will count toward the new USQS requirement on bias topics; and
- A new session will explore what to do when things go wrong in opinion writing.
|Early (Register by Nov. 4)||Regular (Register by Dec. 2)|
The Academy has secured a special rate of $189/night for attendees at the Marriott Phoenix Airport. To make your reservation, click here or you may call 1-800-228-9290, and tell them you are attending the American Academy of Actuaries seminar. You must guarantee your reservation with a credit card and cancellation must be made more than 2 days prior to arrival to avoid one night’s charge. The room block is available through Dec. 1, 2022 or until it is full. When making your travel plans, keep in mind that the seminar will start early on Dec. 5.
- Chairperson: Dawn Fowle
- Vice Chairperson: Aaron Hillebrandt
- Betsy Branagan
- Jeffrey Carlson
- Charles Emma
- Derek Freihaut
- Susan Gozzo Andrews
- Michelle Iarkowski
- James Leonard
- Nathan Luketin
- Kathleen Odomirok
The American Academy of Actuaries believes in good faith that your attendance at the "Seminar on Effective P/C Loss Reserve Opinions " 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.
If you must cancel your registration, the Academy will refund the registration fee, minus $100 for administrative fees, for cancellations received by Nov. 5. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after this date. All requests for cancellation or transferring your registration must be made in writing by emailing Gwen Pegram (email@example.com).
For more information, please contact Gwen Pegram (firstname.lastname@example.org).