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Cities and the brown-ocean effect

The inter-related and combined influences of climate and cities – temperature, moisture, infrastructure, and ultimately people – on urban extreme weather events needs to be better understood. This is especially so as many cities adapt too slowly to keep pace with our changing climate.

Climate-related scenario analysis for Canadian financial institutions

Climate-related financial risks have emerged as some of the most important topics among risk professionals. While plenty of material has been produced to provide essential learning about the sources and definitions of climate-related risk, a practical climate-risk exercise focused on the Canadian financial system was notably absent. The 2021 Bank of Canada (BoC)/Office of the Superintendent of...

An emerging actuarial application – condominium reserve funds (Part 2)

Reserve funds are used by condominiums to manage future repair and replacement costs. Actuarial work has traditionally been associated with reserves for insurance companies – but can these techniques be applied to condo reserves as well? Jon Juffs, co-author of a new CIA research paper, and Thomas Wendling, POG member for this research project, say yes.

An emerging actuarial application – condominium reserve funds (Part 1)

Reserve funds are used by condominiums to manage future repair and replacement costs. Actuarial work has traditionally been associated with reserves for insurance companies – but can these techniques be applied to condo reserves as well? Jon Juffs, co-author of a new CIA research paper, and Thomas Wendling, POG member for this research project, say yes.

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