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Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014

10:15 – 11:05 a.m.

Session 1A: The Impact of Changing Economic Conditions on Reserve Variability

Session 1B: Are We Looking at the Right Risks?

Session 1C (SST Track): Practical Tools for High Speed, Accurate Stress Testing for Insurers

Session 1D: Model Governance and Validation in an ORSA and SIFI Regulatory Context

Session 1E: New Ways of Looking at Risk

Session 1F: Industrial Risk Management: Welcome to the Future

11:15 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.

Session 2A: Cultural Risk and Psychological Factors in Operational Risk

Session 2B: The Interest Rate Conundrum

Session 2C: ERM and Diversification Effect

Session 2D (SST Track): Using Stress Tests to Find Opportunities from Risk

Session 2E: Model Risk Management—Establishing a New Function to Respond to Emerging Regulatory Requirements

Session 2F: ERM and Assets

2:55 - 3:45 p.m.

Session 3A: Improving Risk Management Effectiveness

Session 3B: Emerging Risks

Session 3C: Evolving Credit Risk Management Techniques

Session 3D: ORSA: Governance, Process and Use

Session 3E (SST Session): Regulatory Stress

Session 3F: Estimating Correlation & Reserve Variability for P&C Insurance Liabilities

Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014

10:20 - 11:10 a.m.

Session 4A: Essential Components of Model Risk Management

Session 4B: Managing Strategic Risks vs. Managing Risks Strategically

Session 4C: Cyber Risk: Understanding Cyber Threats and Their Growing Importance to the Enterprise

Session 4D: Measurement Impact & Approaches

Session 4F: Risk Culture & Attributes of an Effective ERM Function

Session 4G: Building Better Stress Tests Using Network Science

11:20 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.

Session 5A: Changing Roles for Actuaries Under ERM Internal Needs and Regulatory Requirement

Session 5B: Linking Risk Limits to Risk Appetite

Session 5C: Interpreting Tail Risks for Purposes of Risk Management

Session 5D: Impact of Regulatory Reform on ERM at Canadian Western Bank

Session 5E (SST Track): Using Stress and Scenario Testing to Defend Against Risk Exposures

Session 5F: Active Management of Policyholder Behavior Risk

Session 5G (SST Track): Network Based Insurance Portfolio Stress Modeling