As an EU organisation, AAE condemns any military aggression and supports the actions of the European institutions hoping for a swift diplomatic resolution.
Our sincere support and solidarity are with those who are suffering from war, particularly our member association in the Ukraine.
AAE submitted a response to EIOPA’s public consultation on retail investor protection.
AAE’s submission can be found here.
On 2 and 3 June 2022, the Actuarial Association of Europe (AAE) will hold the 4th European Congress of Actuaries (ECA 2022) in Madrid, Spain.
In total, more than 250 experts and executives from Europe and beyond are expected to join next year’s congress. Given the remote experience of the Corona pandemic in the past one and a half years, the ECA will surely be an excellent opportunity to again meet with many peers in the European community of actuaries.
Divers program with more than 40 European experts
This continental two-day event will present an exciting congress program with well-known keynote speakers and experts from all over Europe that will present the full scope of actuarial subject areas.
- Emerging Risks: Identification, Taxonomy and Mitigation
- Data Science and Data Ethics
- Manage Uncertainty in Data
- Wider Use of Actuarial Skills
- Back to the Roots: New Approaches in Traditional Fields
Find the full program here.
A night to enjoy
At the ECA 2022’s Spanish evening on 2 June 2022, the participants will gather at a lovely and traditional Spanish estate. Regional specialties from all over the country will be on offer at lovingly decorated buffets next to various garden furniture and bar tables on the lawns. A Spanish guitar group will be on hand to play for your entertainment.
Book your ticket now!
All speakers receive a discount on the regular ticket fee. Full time academics can register for the reduced academic fee.
Booked tickets can be cancelled free of charge until 31 March 2022!
Registration includes admission to the congress sessions as well as the evening event on 2 June 2022.
The attendance fee applies per person and is also subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Further information is available on www.eca2022.org.
Early bird deadline: 3 April 2022.
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Chairperson AAE Sustainability and Climate-related Risks Working Group
Vice-chairperson AAE Risk Management Committee
The current Assessment Report 6 of the IPCC is quite clear: “Emissions of greenhouse gases from human activities are responsible for approximately 1.1°C of warming since 1850-1900” and “many of the changes observed in the climate are unprecedented in thousands […] of years.” Warming beyond 1.5°C will increase physical consequences significantly. At approximately 2°C irreversible tipping points in the climate system will be reached. Consequently, almost all countries committed in the 2015 Paris Agreement to a 1.5°C warming target and this target has been confirmed at the COP26 in Glasgow 2021.
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