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Finding the balance: Personalization of risk and risk pooling

Blake Hill, FCIA, member of the CIA Single Topic Task Force on Risk Classification

The latest buzz phrase in the insurance industry is “embedded insurance,” which presents an opportunity to seamlessly offer protection in real time given a proactive approach to risk management. Underpinning embedded insurance is the ability to personalize insurance. This requires that customers understand the necessity of sharing more data with their insurance providers.

Dominik Briault on actuaries in estate planning

For actuaries involved in the pricing and design of life insurance products, the sales process can be a bit of a mystery. Dominik Briault, FCIA, has seen both sides of the equation, first as a pricing actuary and now as an employee of an estate-planning organization. He joins us to share his experiences and provide advice for others looking to enter this non-traditional area of practice.

Capital frameworks in Canada are ready for IFRS 17

With implementation of IFRS 17 on the horizon, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released its final insurance capital guidelines. Learn the key points of the guidelines and prepare for the changes coming on January 1, 2023.

Improving the Canadian insurance industry through big data

A new statement from the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA), Big data and risk classification: Understanding the actuarial and social issues, says that using big data derived from new technologies can contribute to the healthy functioning of insurance markets.

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