Faculty & Research


Faculty of Actuarial Science and Insurance Research Seminars - Autumn Term 2016 & Spring Term 2017

If you wish to attend a seminar, please lbook, using the link below the Seminar.  Tea and other light refreshments will be available 15 minutes before the talk begins in the milling area outside conference room.

The FASI seminars are recognised by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries as providing 1 hour of continuous professional development (CPD) training.

If you would like to be added to the seminar electronic mailing list please send an e-mail stating so and containing your name to Faculty.Administration@city.ac.uk.

19th October 2016     

"Worst–Case–Optimal Dynamic Reinsurance for Large Claims"

Olaf Menkens
School of Mathematical Science, Dublin City Univeristy (DCU), Ireland)

2nd November 2016

Prediction of Settlement Delay in Critical Illness Insurance: Modelling and Uncertainty”

George Streftaris
Heriot-Watt University

16th November 2016

"Count data regression based on rich new families of distributions"

Dr Georgi Boshnakov
The University of Manchester

30th November 2016

"Models and Measures of Systemic Risk”

Stefan Weber
Institute of Probability and Statistics, Leibniz Universit├Ąt Hannover

1st February 2017"Hawkes Graphs"

Paul Embrechts
RiskLab, Department of Mathematics, ETH Zurich

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22nd February 2017"Title to be Announced"

Dr Daniel Alai
University of Kent

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1st March 2017"Title to be Announced"

Tzillah Sinuany-Shteren
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

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15th  March 2017"Title to be Announced"

Roger Laeven
University of Amsterdam

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29th March 2017

"Title to be Announced"

W. Jean J. Kwon
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
St. John's University

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Seminars take place on Wednesdays 16:00 to 17:00 in Room 2005. Light refreshments available at 15:45 in seminar room. The seminars are open to everyone.

Please contact: faculty.administration@city.ac.uk for further information.