ASNA’s 2007 convention was held from January 5th to the 7th, 2007 at the Marriott Hotel at Toronto Downtown Eaton Centre.
Our theme this year, DEFYING ACTUARIAL ASSUMPTIONS, suggests that we want to change the way students view the actuarial profession by exposing them to exciting growing areas of practice in actuarial science. Our profession is changing: actuarial education now trains actuaries to become the universal risk managers of tomorrow. We envision ourselves solving risk problems in a multitude of fields and industries.
Here is the Schedule for the 2007 convention
Presentations from the Convention
CIA - Beyond Traditional Frontiers by Gendron Normand
SOA - Society of Actuaries Action Report by Ed Robbins
CAS - CAS Strategic Issues by Thomas Myers
Lehman Brothers - Insurance Securitization by Alexandre Tzenev
Manulife - Actuarial Training Advantage by Paul Lorentz and Lynne Patterson
Manulife - Risk Management by William Beatty and Margaret Brandl
Cooperator - The Life of the P&C Pricing Actuary by Scott Lennox
Waterloo University - Educating the 21st Century Actuary by Mary Hardy
Normandin Beaudry par Ziad Semaan