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November 2015 In This Issue
President's Update
In Focus
Actuaries on the Move
On the Horizon
Institute News
Events News
Five Questions
Volunteers on the Move
Head Office Update
Elliott Bauer
D.W. Simpson & Company
Eckler Ltd.
President's Update
By Rob Stapleford, FCIA
The CIA’s November Board meeting took place shortly before this issue’s publication deadline, so there is no video update this month. It will appear on the CIA website soon.
 
In Focus
By Ty Faulds, FCIA
International developments, emerging mortality improvement studies, continued low interest rates, growth in shared risk pension plans, and model risk governance have kept the Actuarial Standards Board (ASB) very busy with a number of key projects.
 
Actuaries on the Move
Each month we give Canada's actuarial professionals an opportunity to highlight recent career moves, promotions, and other achievements. Don’t miss this chance to keep your peers informed about you and your company.
 
Insight Decision Solutions
Public Utilities Board
On the Horizon
By Jean-Yves Rioux, FCIA
The new Predictive Modelling Committee is looking for volunteers to help actuaries claim their role in the evolving predictive modelling field.
 
Institute News
By Elliot Hughes
From initial proposal to widely distributed document, the development of a CIA public position is a rigorous process involving a significant number of CIA members. Elliot Hughes, public affairs manager at the CIA Head Office, takes us through the process of ensuring that the Institute has a voice on important issues.
 
By Marie-Eve Bourgault
An interview with Frédérick Guillot, founder of Actulab, an annual event aimed at fostering cooperation between the academic and professional fields.
 
The latest issue of Seeing Beyond Risk, the quarterly electronic publication, is now available on the CIA website. Each issue presents the latest actuarial thinking from experts.
 
Events News
A brief round-up of November’s Pension and Investment Seminars.
 
Five Questions
Five Questions is a new regular feature that explores the person behind the actuary, through his or her interests outside of the profession. Jill Knudsen, actuarial programmer at GGY AXIS and Chair of the Enterprise Risk Management Subcommittee of the Research Committee is an Associate of the CIA and holds the Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst (CERA) credential. Her interests also include Isaac Asimov, ancient Greece, and improving her golf game.
 
Volunteers on the Move
Volunteers on the Move provides the latest information on the CIA's committee and task force members.
 
Head Office Update
By Les Dandridge
A brief tour of the CIA website, highlighting many of the resources and tools available on the public and members’ sites.
 
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