Publication archives

Notice of Intent – CIA Insight Statement on Immigration

The CIA is proposing to develop an insight statement that illustrates the necessity and impact of an immigration assumption as it pertains to the financial health of Canada’s public retirement programs, such as the Canada Pension Plan.

Scolarité et longévité

Cet énoncé de principe présente une analyse de la corrélation entre la richesse et la longévité, les différences mondiales dans les niveaux de scolarité et leur impact sur la longévité, et la sécurité sociale et les dépenses en soins de […]

Education and Longevity

This insight statement presents an analysis of the correlation between wealth and longevity, global differences in education levels and their impact on longevity, and social security and health care spending. It is based on a 2021 member paper written by […]

Integrating Nature in Climate Scenario Analysis for Enhanced Resilience – Draft

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CIA Response to OSFI on Draft Guideline E-21 – Operational Resilience and Operational Risk Management

The CIA submits comments on this updated guideline for insurers to enhance operational resilience and management of operational risks. The revised guideline will continue to improve insurers’ ability to respond to major disruptions.

Comments from the CIA to the AMF on the Climate Risk Management Guideline

The CIA submitted comments to the Autorité des marchés financiers on a guideline that covers climate-related elements such as scenario testing and risk management for AMF-regulated insurers.

Comments from the CIA to the IAA on Actuarial Considerations Around Climate-Related Risks on Social Security

The CIA submits comments to the IAA on an exposure draft that provides useful information for actuaries needing to incorporate climate scenarios in their social security work and that will help to ensure appropriate reflection of climate impacts on public […]

Comments from the CIA to OSFI on the Standardized Climate Scenario Exercise

The CIA submits comments to OSFI on a consultation regarding the introduction of a fully-standardized exercise which will allow OSFI to quantitatively assess climate-related risks across companies.

Natural Catastrophes and Climate-Related Risks: Managing Uncertainty and Building Resilience in the Financial Services Sector Discussion Paper

The Institute has submitted comments on the British Columbia Financial Services Authority’s latest discussion paper, which addresses natural catastrophes and climate-related risks.

Canada’s actuaries support drug coverage for all Canadians by improving existing systems

In response to the federal government’s goal to ensure comprehensive drug coverage, we released a statement supporting a hybrid approach that builds upon existing public and private drug coverage plans. The key elements of our proposal include provincial and territorial […]