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Early-bird Rates End on Friday for the 2017 Seminar for the Appointed Actuary

Take advantage of early-bird savings and register today! 

The 2017 CIA Seminar for the Appointed Actuary features some exciting changes, including strategic and tactical sessions. Not just for Appointed Actuaries, this seminar will be of tremendous value to life and property and casualty practitioners, as well as leaders of actuarial units looking for excellent networking and continuing professional development (CPD).

Sessions include professionalism for actuaries, potential impacts of climate change for property and casualty and life insurers, use of models and the actuarial function of the future, a rate hearing live mock-up, five unique sessions on IFRS 17 (from where to start to technical details to its impact on LICAT), and more.

Full program details are available here.

Ryan Avent to Discuss the Digital Revolution and its Impact on Social Institutions

Ryan Avent, senior editor and economics columnist at The Economist, will present The Wealth of Humans: How Powerful New Technologies Are Playing Havoc with the Economy for a look at how the digital revolution is affecting fundamental social institutions—from the structure of the welfare state to the way our cities are built. Learn why digital technology is not always the right solution for such institutions.

Limited Block of Rooms and Exclusive Travel Discounts are Available

The CIA has reserved a limited block of rooms at the Hôtel Bonaventure Montréal. Please make your reservation by August 24.

Advise the hotel that you are attending the Canadian Institute of Actuaries’ Seminar for the Appointed Actuary to ensure that you receive the CIA rate of $229.

Click here for details on exclusive travel discounts.

Don’t miss this great opportunity for CPD and networking.

Announcement Number
August 23, 2017