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2012 Annual Meeting Presentations
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19th Annual Meeting Presentations


College & High School Outreach Sessions

What Makes a Successful Mentoring Relationship?

Mentoring Committee


Professionalism Case Study

Robert Rietz, Tier 1
This session will take an interactive case study approach to the often dry (but required) professionalism topic.
Codes of Professional Conduct
ABCD's of Professionalism


Issues for Traditional DB Plans
Kim Boxell & Barry McKeown, Tier 1
Many defined benefit plan sponsors cannot afford their traditional pension plans, either because of the overall cost of the programs or because of the balance sheet volatility they may bring. We will discuss some of the issues facing these employers and how defined benefit consultants help them through this process.
Issues for Traditional DB Plans


NAIC’s Own Risk & Solvency Assessment

Lina Boye & E. Daniel Thomas, Tier 2
The presentation will provide an overview of the upcoming US ORSA capital management requirements and discuss how companies can ensure readiness for expected regulatory reviews. The session will also touch upon what some P&C companies are doing to prepare and how actuaries are becoming key players in this type of work.
NAIC's Own Risk & Solvency Assessment


Introduction to Actuarial Career Tracks
College Tier
This session will allow students to meet with professionals from different actuarial specialty tracks and explore the different career paths available in the actuarial field.


Women in Leadership
Tara Hansen, Linda Shepherd, Anna Rappaport, Tier 1
This session will focus on professional development and leadership for women. Perspectives from a panel of female actuaries in executive leadership positions will be shared. Learn about their challenges and triumphs as they earned their "seat at the table" and made a difference in business. This session is open to all.


An International Perspective – Brazil
Ronald Poon-Affat, Tier 1
The Brazilian private Health Care market ended 2010 with US$ 48 billion worth of premium making it Latin America’s largest health care market and 6th in the world ranking. In addition to which future growth is projected between 9% to 12% p.a. This presentation will discuss the facts and figures behind such an audacious estimate.
International Perspective - Brazil


The Self Employed Actuary
Julie Curry, Tier 1
This session will address potential benefits and challenges of starting and running an actuarial consulting business.
The Self-Employed Actuary


What is the Future of Long Term Care?
Michael Barnett, Tier 1
A discussion of the problems and issues related to the past and current generation of LTC products. Discussion will touch on product design, assumptions, policyholder make up and experience.
What is the Future of Long Term Care


Developments in the Longevity Risk Management Space
Jenny Haid, Tier 2
This presentation will look at the evolution of pension risk management solutions as it relates, in particular, to the transfer of longevity risk. We will begin with an overview of the rapid development of customized solutions in the UK market and then explore the potential for the adoption of these strategies in the US.
Developments in the Longevity Risk Management Space


A Day in the Life of an Actuary
College Tier
This session will feature a case study designed to expose students to a real life situation that an actuary could typically face in a day-to-day work environment. It will illustrate how actuarial principles, practices, and techniques are applied to actual business problems.


Presenting Insurance Company Financials – Going Beyond the Numbers
Paul Spurr & Kwabena Sarpong, Tier 1
This presentation will focus on how to translate the complexity of company financials into meaningful, digestible pieces. Who is your audience? What are the most important points to convey? How do you most effectively tell your story?
Presenting Insurance Company Financials


The New Med Mal Crisis: Where Have All of the Doctors Gone?
Arthur Randolph & Keith Allen, Tier 1
This session will provide a historical performance perspective of the industry as well as viewpoints on health care reform implications.
The New Med-Mal Crisis 1
The New Med-Mal Crisis 2


Enterprise Risk Management
Timothy Yi, Tier 2
This session will provide an overview of the fixed indexed annuity landscape, product features and trends. It will also outline a comparison to variable annuities, ALM risks, pricing and hedging.
Indexed Annuity Basic


Business Ethics/Professional Standards
Tetteh Otuteye, College Tier
Actuarial societies emphasize ethical conduct of all of their members. This session will feature a case study that demonstrates a real-world scenario in which the objectives of the firm may conflict with our professional standards. It will give students the opportunity to see how actuaries deal with ethical dilemmas.
Business Ethics


The Supreme Court Ruled on Health Care Reform - Now What?
Anne Crumlish & Kevin Dotson
This session will cover whatever "now what" topic is most appropriate given the supreme court ruling. That means the subject could really vary depending on whether the law is upheld in its entirety, struck down in its entirety, or if parts of the law are struck down and others continue to stand.
Supreme Court Ruling Health Reform Update

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