Canadian Insurance Financial Forum 2020

October 19-20, 2020 | Canada

The Canadian Insurance Financial Forum is an intensive financial conference focused on the critical issues affecting actuarial, accounting, finance, analysis and investment professionals in the Canadian P&C insurance industry. Our mission is to provide you with the tools, knowledge and contacts to take on these challenges with confidence.

Spotlight

It sounds simple: an insurance premium is how much it costs to provide insurance coverage. But figuring out what that cost should be is actually quite complicated — so complicated that insurance companies employ entire actuarial departments to do just that. A lot goes into how actuaries determine the cost of risk, and rating variables are a crucial component in that process.


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