Developing and Deriving Value from ORSA
London, 16-17 March 2016
Often cited as one of the more challenging aspects of Solvency II regulation to implement, the Own Risk and Solvency Assessment will continue to demand attention following the January 2016 implementation date as it must evolve to reflect the changing risk profile of the insurer.
This two day course will offer guidance on the key elements of the ORSA report and how value can be derived from its implementation. The first day of tuition will be delivered by Anton Seidel (Swiss Re) and day two will feature talks from a number of practitioners who will be addressing best practices and learning outcomes post implementation.
- Guidance on developing a robust ORSA report - including qualitative and quantitative aspects.
- Discussion of common challenges post implementation.
- Examination of how to derive business value from a well aligned ORSA.
- Focus on risk appetite in the context of the ORSA.
- Case studies to exemplify key points.
- Insights from expert industry practitioners.
Who Should Attend:
The course may be of particular benefit to those working under the following job titles within insurers;
- Solvency II Manager
- ORSA Manager
- Regulatory Analyst
- Regulatory Reporting
- Enterprise Risk Management
- Financial Controller
- Product Manager
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Anton Seidel, Head of Group Wide ORSA Implementation, Vice President SWISS RE
Anton Seidel has lead the group-wide implementation of Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) throughout Swiss Re, resulting in the implementation of ORSA at a total of 28 legal entities in 14 countries. He also is responsible for the preparation of Swiss Re's Resolution Planning. In addition, Anton is engaged in helping Swiss Re prepare for various other large-scale regulatory developments.
Prior to this, Anton has also been responsible for the implementation of the Pillar II aspects of Solvency II at Swiss Re. Anton started his career in consulting, having worked as a Manager within the Risk Management practice of Deloitte as well as a strategy consultant for the Boston Consulting Group, where he focused on topics combining risk and strategy in the insurance industry. Anton holds a degree in operations research and financial mathematics from Cornell University.