Earthquakes & Analytics: A Canadian Perspective (Victoria)

PROedge Seminar

Comfort Hotel & Conference Center, 3020 Blanshard St, Victoria, BC, V8T 5C7 [Map]
Date and Time: February 23, 2016 1:30 pm - 4:45 pm

Earthquake!  The threat of the big one is part of living on the west coast.   From the regulations put in place by OSFI/FICOM to the increasing role of earthquake vendor models, there is lots to take in.  How do these regulations and models impact your underwriting and reinsurance experiences?  What can we expect in the coming years?  Join our experts from Aon Benfield for as they answer these questions and more.

• Canada’s regulatory requirements
• Modeling and the implications for underwriting
• Aon Benfield’s 2015 model evaluation
• Canada’s data completeness and the impact on reinsurance limits

Brokers, Underwriters, Adjusters

Dennis Chua, Assistant Vice President – Analytics, Catastrophe Management, Aon Benfield, is one of the founding members of the Aon Benfield Analytics team in Toronto and is responsible for the day to day modeling requirements for many Canadian and Caribbean clients. With over 15 years’ experience in Catastrophe Risk Modeling and 20 years in Reinsurance Placement, Dennis works closely with clients towards data optimization and portfolio transparency, while minimizing volatile data assumptions. With the recent earthquake activity around the world and modeling vendors model changes, Dennis has been asked to speak at various risk management symposiums including the A.A.I.A.R.D in Ottawa, Canadian Insurance Actuaries in British Columbia as a session speaker on earthquake models, the Insurance Institute in British Columbia for the topic of the inherent uncertainties that surround risk analysis and most recently in 2015 at the Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering.

Paul Cutbush, BA, CIP, Senior Vice President – Analytics, Catastrophe Management, Aon Benfield, Paul joined Aon Benfield Analytics in 2012 as Head of Catastrophe Management for Canada and the Caribbean, leading Canada’s largest team of catastrophe analysts.  In addition to over 20 years of underwriting experience, Paul is the previous chair of the Reinsurance Research Council’s Underwriting Research Committee, a member of The Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction’s Earthquake Subcommittee and Insurance Advisory Committee, the Insurance Bureau of Canada’s Flood Technical Advisory Group and regularly shares his reinsurance expertise with professional associations.

Number of Continuing Education Credits
: 3 Technical

Seminar Fees (incl GST):
$125 CIP (Graduate) Members
$150 IIBC Current Members
$225 Non-Members (includes Membership expiring May 31, 2016)

Registration Deadline: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 

If you have any questions please contactDonna Salahor at 250.216.9393

Cancellation Policy: No Refunds. Participant substitutions accepted 48 hours prior to seminar (substitute must be current member). IIBC reserves the right to cancel the seminar due to unforeseen circumstances. Should this occur, registration fees will be refunded.

* For manual registration please download and complete ourManual Registration Form [PDF] and return it via email to Donna Salahor

PRICES BELOW ARE BEFORE TAX. IIBC Membership Fee of $75 (expiring May 31st, 2016) will be added to shopping cart for non-members.