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Actuarial Principles


KESDEE Inc

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Price
£37.59 inc VAT
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
2 Hours
Qualification
No formal qualification

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Overview

The program has been designed to discuss concepts and case studies on Asset Liability Management for the insurance industry. The course discusses and reviews ALM concepts such as cash flows and risks of insurance products (assets and liabilities), applicable regulatory and capital guidelines, actual case studies and current trends and developments. The course has been designed to be conceptually sound and practical.

Description

  • Benchmark your institution by examining ALM success factors
  • Understand key performance indicators for ALM and Risk Management
  • Gain practical insights into how leading institutions are utilizing ALM for value creation
  • Examine how cash flows and risks of insurance products affect ALM
  • Discuss the global best practices in ALM followed by insurance companies worldwide
  • Examine how to provide optimal oversight of the Risk Management function
  • Study how to enhance the effectiveness of ALM Committees

Topics covered include:

  • The role played by an actuary in the insurance industry and the nature of actuarial practice
  • The distinction between the principles and standards used in the actuarial profession
  • The principles of actuarial science based on probability and statistics, behavioral economics, actuarial models and financial security systems

Who is this course for?

Every professional involved in the global financial services industry (as a provider, user, regulator or advisor of product/services, marketplace/exchange) would benefit from KESDEE’s innovative solutions.

  • Supervisory Agencies
  • Central Banks
  • Financial Institutions
  • Commercial Banks
  • Investment Banks
  • Housing Societies/Thrifts
  • Mutual Funds
  • Brokerage Houses
  • Stock Exchanges
  • Derivatives Exchanges
  • Insurance Companies
  • Multinational Corporations
  • Accountancy Firms
  • Consultancy Firms
  • Law Firms
  • Rating Agencies
  • Multi-lateral Financial Institutions
  • Others

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Mary asked:

3 modules to complete a degree in Actuarial Science as my son ended with a diploma due to ill health,is now working but would like to achieve 2:1 too?

Answer:

KESDEE is a financial e-learning (online) company providing solutions to global finance professionals. Also, note that we do not provide any certification courses. We would like to inform you that KESDEE does not provide such career/advisory counseling services. KESDEE being in the financial e-learning domain can help a particular person in getting a fair understanding of many finance and banking topics. The same can be looked and analysed through our website as per the individual's requirement.

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