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Présentation de 3 mémoires + du métier d'actuaire

L'AABr et le Service des sciences actuarielles de l'ULB ont le plaisir de vous inviter à la présentation de 3 mémoires de la promotion actuariat 2016-2017 de l'ULB ainsi qu'une présentation pratique du métier d'actuaire.

Slides AV-AG 26-09-2017

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Monthly news from the universities: September 2017

Monthly news from the universities: September 2017


Verslag IA|BE Indicatieve Tabel 2016

Verslag van het IA|BE over de Indicatieve Tabel 2016, opgesteld in overleg met Professor Christian Jaumain.

AAE reaffirms its position as European association of associations

The Board of the Actuarial Association of Europe (AAE) has formulated a statement (see Enclosure) on the position of the AAE with respect to the upcoming withdrawal of the UK from the European Union.


Monthly news from the universities: July 2017

Monthly news from the universities: July 2017.


AWB looks also for short term ERM lecturer for Bulgaria

AWB looks also for short term ERM lecturer for Bulgaria : see annexe

AWB Mentorship Program : Looking for mentors specialist in life insurance and for French speaking mentors

Following the launch and rapid expansion of the Actuaries Without Borders global mentorship program (as announced below), to meet the demand of different mentees, Actuaries Without Borders are currently looking for more volunteer support of mentors specialists in life insurance as well as French speaking mentors.

Actuaries Without Borders (AWB®) is seeking volunteers to participate in a global remote mentorship program.

This program is extended to cover remote exam tutoring for professional actuarial exams.

The remote mentorship program provides the following benefits to the global society:

1. It provides assistance in the development of actuarial profession where there is a lack of such resources.

2. It contributes to the awareness of the actuarial profession and the spread of the actuarial education by encouraging qualified actuaries and academics across the world to volunteer in global mentoring, including actuarial exam tutoring, through a convenient platform available around the clock.

This program is not intended to provide free consulting service nor non-actuarial coaching. It is restricted to non-commercial use.

Under the direction of the project manager, the program matches the mentee's application with the mentor's background on a one to one basis.

To support the mentor, the program provides a country fact sheet with information about the local actuarial environment and local culture.

Both mentor and mentee will be given the rules and guidelines of the program in order to understand the boundaries of the mentor's and the mentees' roles and responsibilities.

Since the program is a remote program, there is no travel requirement.

Furthermore, mentor and mentee are encouraged to leverage free computer software/mobile phone applications to communicate; hence, AWB will not provide any expense reimbursement.

If you are interested in becoming a mentor or a tutor, please complete the mentor application form. The forms must be returned to the project manager ( for processing.

Priorities will be given to current AWB members but non-members are also welcomed.

Priorities will also be given to qualified actuaries and actuarial science professors.

To find out more information about this initiative, please go to the AWB's mentorship webpage.

If you have any questions about this global program or would like to receive additional information before making a decision, please do not hesitate to contact the AWB Executive Director, Renata De Leers (, or the project manager, Bosco Chan (

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ICA 2018 - Berlin 2018

Become part of the ICA 2018 – Call for Papers still open

The Call for Papers is open until 31 July 2017. The submission is possible via an easy-to-understand online submission tool on The complete submission process will take approximately 20 minutes.

The application only has to include
• an abstract of maximum 300 words,
• a description of the practical value of the submitted proposal
• and an overview of related literature or other used sources.

There is no need to submit a written paper as the basis for a talk or presentation.

The Scientific Committee has identified a wide range of main topics and corresponding subtopics. The main topics for the ICA 2018 include theoretical and practical issues, innovative approaches and day-to-day problems. Apart from section-specific topics, the list of topics also includes joint sessions covering cross-section topics. Related topics not included in the list will of course also be considered.

In total, the congress program will feature about 100 slots for the presentation of submitted papers. Each parallel session will last 90 or 120 minutes and contain a number of 30- to 45-minute talks. Up to 11 parallel lecture halls with a capacity of 60 to 750 participants allow the discussion of interdisciplinary issues as well as expert topics.

ICA participants wishing to compete for the ICA 2018 Best Paper Awards or the IAA Section Best Paper Awards should submit, in addition to the regular abstract submission, a full paper of their results. The application will automatically enter the review process for the Best Paper Awards.

Further information on the Call for Papers and detailed information on both awards can be found in the 1st Announcement and on

Slides AV-AG 15-06-2017

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