Articles - Analytics and Automation Series Webinar from MDP


Join us for a webinar on Jul 04, 2013 at 12:30 PM BST

 This lunch-time event, hosted at Modelling Design Partner's central London offices, and also available through Webinar remote attendance, will highlight some of the challenges exposed in our recent survey conducted in collaboration with the Actuarial Post and how to use effective input controls to help reduce risk. Attendees seeking to attend for CPD purposes may sign our attendance register which will be made available to the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for attendance verification.

 To attend the webinar please click the following link to register:

 Guest speakers Roger Austin and Ricky Maloney will talk about expert judgement and a single inventory view for global derivative exposure.

 Webinar Agenda:
 • 12:30pm Actuarial Post survey results – Daniel de Bruin
 • 12:40pm Expert judgement demystified – Roger Austin
 • 12:50pm Single inventory view for global derivative exposure – Ricky Maloney
 • 13:00pm Process automation software: SolveXia – Daniel de Bruin
 • 13:15pm Q&A

 Speakers:

 Daniel de Bruin, Managing Partner, Modelling Design Partners
 Daniel is the managing partner at MDP. He has extensive experience in software development and financial modelling, and works on actuarial, process automation and data analytics projects for large corporations and financial companies within Europe, Australia and Africa. He has over 15 years experience implementing financial models and working on modelling projects for large multi-national organisations, including Munich-Re, ING, Towers Watson, Santander and the Phoenix Group. MDP is a boutique software consultancy with offices in London, Edinburgh and Johannesburg.

 Roger Austin, Partner, APR LLP & Deputy Chair, IFoA Solvency II Research Group
 Roger founded Austin Professional Resourcing LLP in 2006, an actuarial resourcing and documentation consultancy business which now employs 19 staff. He qualified as an actuary in 1994, and prior to setting up APR, held senior positions within a large outsourcing company, with significant experience of regulatory compliance, documentation and quality management, helping that firm win the Sunday Times Profit Track 100 award. He has presented at many actuarial conferences and chaired the Actuarial Profession’s Solvency II Research Group when it delivered its widely respected paper on the practical challenges of Solvency II.

 Ricky Maloney, Independent Consultant, OTC Clearing
 Ricky is the Head of Service Delivery at a large UK asset manager, and has extensive experience in treasury processing, OTC derivative clearing, collateral management and regulatory compliance. He has presented on OTC Clearing and Collateral Management panels for JP Morgan, Rule Financial, Risk Magazine and Deriv Source, as well as having been quoted in The Economist's Business Intelligence Unit publication and several issues of Risk Magazine. Ricky has been invited to present at King's College, Cambridge University in September.

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