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Join Mr Tan Suee Chieh, President of the IFoA and Ms Elayne Grace, CEO of the Actuaries Institute Australia, together with prominent distinguished actuaries and academics to discuss the Role of Actuaries in Climate Risk and how actuaries should approach Climate-Related Stress Tests in the Singapore context.
There have been various industry efforts and regulatory developments on sustainability and climate risk. In the context of local developments in Singapore and following on from last year’s sessions, we bring together leading academics, the insurance regulator, senior actuaries and chief risk officers from direct insurance and reinsurance firms to present and discuss the strategic involvement of actuaries and practical challenges in climate risk. With a well balanced mix of underlying experience across risk management, life & health, general insurance and investments, this session aims to provide further clarity on how to approach climate risk.
Below is the agenda for the first day. Refer to [link] for the second day.
Day One Role of Actuaries in Climate Risk (18th June Friday)
4:00pm: Opening by SAS, Paul Wee (Climate risk) & Davy Dao (SAS Climate Index)
4:20pm: Rising sea levels, Prof Benjamin Horton
4:45pm: Australia Climate Index and Experience, Elayne Grace, CEO Actuaries Institute Australia
5:00pm: Panel on Role of Actuaries in Climate Risk
- Tan Suee Chieh, President IFoA
- Elayne Grace, CEO Actuaries Institute Australia
- Michael Eves
- William Song
- Prof Benjamin Horton
- Paul Wee (Moderator)
Free for SAS/SRA/IFoA/Actuaries Institute members
SGD 20.00 for non-members
*Refer to the brochure for the agenda and biographies here: 2021 SAS Climate Risk Virtual Event 18 & 25 June
Day One, 18th June at 4pm