Program

Australia - Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth


Highlights

  • 2018 President and AICD governance expert, Barry Rafe, will discuss the current state of the industry and the profession’s role, sharing his personal experiences.  
  • 2018 Actuary of the Year and author of the Social Risk Dialogue paper, Ian Laughlin and Australian Government Actuary Guy Thorburn will facilitate an interactive workshop on professionalism. Both will draw upon case studies and share personal reflections.
  • CEO Elayne Grace will reflect on the Institute’s initiatives including the Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Scheme together and highlight how they can support you in your role.


Royal Commission

The final report of the Royal Commission will be issued on 1 February 2019.  It is expected that regulation will increase, and organisational culture will be under the spotlight.

The Commission’s report will be discussed as well as a deep dive into real-life case studies from the Commission.

Find out what the Royal Commission will mean for you as a professional and how you can drive positive outcomes for your team, your organisation and consumers.

Business environment

What does the modern business environment look like for actuaries now, and what will industry restructuring mean for the future? 

2018 President Barry Rafe will discuss the current state of the industry and the profession’s changing role, sharing his personal experiences.

Professionalism

There is a clear distinction between technical competency and professionalism. You may have the right skills for the job, but are you able to communicate findings to inform decision-making and steer stakeholders in the right direction?

 2018 Actuary of the Year and author of the Social Risk Dialogue paper, Ian Laughlin and Australian Government Actuary Guy Thorburn will facilitate an interactive workshop on professionalism. Both will draw upon case studies and share personal reflections.

CEO Elayne Grace will reflect on the Institute’s initiatives including the Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Scheme together and highlight how they can support you in your role.


Presidential Tour

Join your Actuaries Institute President of 2019, Nicolette Rubinsztein for the Presidential Tour immediately following the presentations. Take the opportunity to network with members in your state and hear Nicolette’s Presidential Address over drinks and light refreshments in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney and over lunch in Brisbane.

Hong Kong

The Actuaries Institute Australia and Actuarial Society of Hong Kong are co-hosting the CPD Tour, Hong Kong. It is a not to be missed event as we bring you experts on governance, regulation and your professional duties. This tour has been designed to cater for all members working in traditional/ non-traditional roles and management positions. It is our opportunity to learn from past events and strengthen our profession.
 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • President Nicolette Rubinsztein will discuss the current state of the industry and the profession’s role, sharing her personal experiences.
  • 2018 Actuary of the Year and author of the Social Risk Dialogue paper, Ian Laughlin will facilitate an interactive workshop on professionalism. He will draw upon case studies and share personal reflections.
  • CEO Elayne Grace will reflect on the Institute’s initiatives including the Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Scheme together and highlight how they can support you in your role.
  • ASHK representative will share local insights and development on the topic of professionalism.

The Tour will be combined with the Presidential Tour, which is included in the ticket price. Nicolette will deliver her Presidential Address and give delegates the opportunity to gain insight on the year ahead for the profession.

New Zealand

The 2019 CPD Tour, New Zealand is a not to be missed event as we bring you experts on governance, regulation and your professional duties. This tour has been designed to cater for all members working in traditional/non-traditional roles and management positions. It is our opportunity to learn from past events and strengthen our profession.
 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Actuaries Institute President Nicolette Rubinsztein will discuss the current state of the industry and the profession’s role, sharing her personal experiences.
  • 2018 Actuary of the Year and author of the Social Risk Dialogue paper, Ian Laughlin will facilitate an interactive workshop on professionalism. He will draw upon case studies and share personal reflections.
  • NZSA President John Smeed will share local insights and facilitate further case studies focusing on professionalism.
  • Actuaries Institute CEO Elayne Grace will reflect on the Institute’s initiatives including the Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Scheme together and highlight how they can support you in your role.

The Tour will be immediately followed by the NZSA Winter Dinners. Registration for the Dinners is separate, tickets can be purchased through the NZSA website.

Keynote and Plenary Speakers