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Financial and Actuarial Mathematics  
TU Wien, Austria  

 
EAJ 2014

2nd European Actuarial Journal (EAJ)
Conference & Educational Workshop

TU Vienna, September 8-12, 2014

Sponsors

Vienna Insurance Group
Drei-Banken Versicherungs-AG
HDI Versicherung AG
Gen Re - General Reinsurance AG
Munich RE - Münchener Rückversicherungs-Gesellschaft
arithmetica
fintegral
Sparkassen Versicherung AG Vienna Insurance Group
Milliman
Springer Science+Business Media

Organizers

Actuarial Association of Austria - Aktarvereinigung Österreichs (AVÖ)
Vienna University of Technology, Financial anc Actuarial Mathematics Group

CPD - Continuing Professional Development

Attendance at EAJ 2014 may be recognized by the national actuarial organization for Continuing Professional Development (CPD). As the formal recognition of CPD can depends on, among other things, the practice area and the experience of the individual, delegates are advised to discuss possible CPD credits with the national organization to which they belong. A few national actuarial organizations already accredited the EAJ 2014:

  • Austria: 29 points (conference: 16, educational workshop: 13)
  • Germany: 29 points (conference: 16, educational workshop: 13)
  • Switzerland: 29 points (conference: 16, educational workshop: 13)
  • ... further actuarial associations will follow soon.
  • (No responsibility is taken for the accuracy of this information.)

The attendence at EAJ 2014 (full week, Sept. 8-12) may qualify for up to 29 CPD credits for those delegates whose national actuarial organization's CPD requirements recognize EAJ 2014- The EAJ Educational Workshop (Sept. 8-9, 1014) may qualify for up to 13 CPD credits and the 2nd EAJ Conference (Sept. 10-12, 1014) may qualify for up to 16 CPD credits.
This presumes one hour of actual time equals one unit of CPD, excluding lunches and breaks.
For some national CPD requirements [e.g. the American Academy's Qualification Standards], 50 minutes of actual time equal one unit of CE (Continuing Education).
Participants should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

In order to ensure compliance with regulations of the national actuarial organizations we will ask for signatures for each part of the EAJ 2014.