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  • Update from the International Committee of the Joint Risk Management Section
    Update from the International Committee of the Joint Risk Management Section This article ... and decide if a regular Web program will be our primary activity or if we will seek to find other collaborative ...

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    • Authors: David Ingram
    • Date: Feb 2008
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: The Actuary Magazine
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Professional associations; Global Perspectives
  • Risks and Rewards Newsletter, February 2003, Issue No. 41
    (Mark Bursinger). We liai- son with the Long Term Care Section (Larry Rubin) and with Continuing Education ... a problem because the problem is not subject to direct experimentation. 3 Analysts are hampered in their ...

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    • Authors: Lawrence N Bader, Nino A Boezio, Paul Donahue, Anson Glacy, Jeremy Gold, David Ingram, Max Rudolph, Peter Tilley, Richard Wendt, Douglas A George, Valentina A Isakina, Lilli Segre Tossani
    • Date: Feb 2003
    • Publication Name: Risks & Rewards
  • Risk Management, March 2007, Issue No. 10
    the “Economic Capital–Time Horizon” paper. The primary risk measures analyzed are a percentile (or VaR) ... risk manage- ment activities appear to be the primary driver of EC implementation, companies say they ...

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    • Authors: Douglas W Brooks, Trevor Howes, David Ingram, Denise Lang, Gary G Venter, Hubert B Mueller, Paul J Brehm, Anthony Dardis, David T Henderson, Ronald Harasym, Matthew P Clark
    • Date: Mar 2007
    • Publication Name: Risk Management
  • Risks and Rewards Newsletter, July 2001, Issue No. 37
    sufficient asset reserve? Should product managers care if returns fall short of pricing assumptions? Are ... be described by a rich polynomial function, the primary independent term of which is a parallel shift in ...

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    • Authors: Lawrence N Bader, Nino A Boezio, Paul Donahue, David C Gilliland, Anson Glacy, David Ingram, Peter Tilley, Richard Wendt, Bradley Buechler, Linda Blatchford, Thomas Merfeld, Rob Royall, Victor Canto
    • Date: Jul 2001
    • Publication Name: Risks & Rewards
  • Risk Management, December 2006, Issue No. 9
    operations and financial posi- tions. While a primary impact of a pandemic is increased rates of mortality ... Moines Actuaries Club. What do you see as the primary motivation(s) for elevating the ERM function in ...

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    • Authors: Douglas W Brooks, Michel Rochette, Stuart Wason, Hubert B Mueller, Ronald Harasym, Shaun Wang, Brian Kemp, Matthew P Clark, Chad R Runchey, Caitlin Long, David Ingram
    • Date: Dec 2006
    • Publication Name: Risk Management
  • The Risk Management Starship
    workers’ compensa- tion, variable annuity, long-term care, property, Florida hurricane, pandemic or any other ... know in any risk management situation. And the direct experience that casualty actu- aries can bring ...

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    • Authors: David Ingram
    • Date: Nov 2005
    • Publication Name: Risk Management
  • Risk Management, March 2006, Issue No. 7
    rapid growth will help the section to achieve its primary 2006 objectives of expanding ERM educa- tional ... we still require a great effort on one of the primary casualty chapters, Price/Reserving Models. But ...

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    • Authors: Jennifer Seeley, John Hele, David Ingram, James Rech, James Reiskytl, Hubert B Mueller, Sim Segal, Mary Luning, Dorothy Andrews, J Michael Boa, Henk van Broekhoven
    • Date: Mar 2006
    • Publication Name: Risk Management
  • How to Make Sure that You Take the Right Road to Enterprise Risk Management
    than planning. Much of this discontent is the direct consequence of a lack of clarity of direction ... management program. A firm like an insurer, whose primary business is risk tak- ing, needs to be clear whether ...

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    • Authors: David Ingram
    • Date: May 2012
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial theory in business context; Results-Oriented Solutions; Strategic Insight and Integration
    • Topics: Enterprise Risk Management>Compliance; Enterprise Risk Management>Financial management; Enterprise Risk Management>Governance
  • Risk Management, November 2005, Issue No. 6
    workers’ compensa- tion, variable annuity, long-term care, property, Florida hurricane, pandemic or any other ... know in any risk management situation. And the direct experience that casualty actu- aries can bring ...

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    • Authors: John Hele, Francis Sabatini, Hubert B Mueller, Steven Siegel, Donald F Mango, David L Ruhm, Michelle Smith, Henk van Broekhoven, H Felix Kloman, Kevin Joel Dowd, Roma Jakiwczyk, David Ingram, Mark Evans, Jens Alkemper
    • Date: Nov 2005
    • Publication Name: Risk Management
  • Enterprise Risk Management
    overview and some scare tactics on why you should care and why you should take time to look at this. Dave ... to do. It was a life company, and so it had no direct claims risk from that, but it gave us a six-page ...

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    • Authors: Mary Luning, David Ingram
    • Date: Jan 2005
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial methods in business operations
    • Topics: Enterprise Risk Management