AAE Blogs

The Heat is On

25 July 2019

Esko Kivisaari
Chairperson Actuarial Association of Europe

 

The Heat is on

At least the early part of this summer has kept us concerned about what is happening with our climate. (more…)

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The 3rd European Congress of Actuaries ECA2019

9 July 2019

Falco Valkenburg
Vice-Chairperson Actuarial Association of Europe

 

Actuaries on the move

Actuaries of the 5th kind are data driven, critical, socially responsible financial decision makers. Professor emeritus Paul Embrechts, expert in the field of extreme value theory, suggested this in his key note address opening the third congress of actuaries in Lisbon on 6 June 2019. I immediately liked this. (more…)

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PEPP – a new chapter in European collaboration

4 April 2019

 

 

Falco Valkenburg
Vice-Chairperson Actuarial Association of Europe

 

“#PEPP was today approved by #Coreper” was the first line of my February 13 tweet. I was pleased to hear the news that the Permanent representatives of the European Member States have approved the compromise text on a Pan-European Personal Pension (PEPP). There was, and still is, quite a bit of controversy about the PEPP Regulation. You can find a brief description of the most important unresolved issues in our latest Newsletter (Issue No. 14 – February 2019).

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What would be a larger understatement than to say that we are living a critical year in the EU?

27 February 2019

 

 

Esko Kivisaari
Chairperson Actuarial Association of Europe

 

I am writing these lines while reading the Actuarial Association of Europe (AAE) Newsletter (Issue No 14 – February 2019) and especially its “News from the Institutions”. In the AAE, we are heavily interacting with European institutions including European Commission, EIOPA, European Parliament and the Council of the EU – some of the members of our Board are visiting stakeholders in Brussels on 19 February with our key messages.

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