Date (JRS Regional Programme): 08/09/2021 @ 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm (HKT/MYT)
Date (JRS Kuala Lumpur Local Programme): 28/09/2021 @ 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm (HKT/MYT)
Venue: Microsoft Teams Webinar
CPD Hours: 6.0
Member Charge: RM 200
Non-Member Charge: RM 400
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Invitation Type: Members and Non-members
Sign up link: Registration Closed
Sign Up Start Date: 06/08/2021
Sign Up End Date: 31/08/2021
Write-Up File Download: JRS 2021 Brochure_Malaysia
Presentation Slides: Not available.
Synopsis: The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges and evolving risks in a rapidly changing regulatory environment for the insurance industry.  The pandemic’s implications for the industry will have largely been felt through many aspects of the business – muted earnings, investment portfolio stress, escalated mortality claims, distribution difficulties, operational and workforce disruptions, and much more.  To weather the crisis and uncertainties and keep up with the evolving regulatory, technological and business landscapes, actuaries have a significant role to play in helping the industry adapt to a post-pandemic world.  Hence the theme of JRS 2021 is “The Post-pandemic Actuarial World”.

Featured Speakers

Jeffrey Zain

Head, Market Development, Malaysia Life Re

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Hassan Scott Ordierno

Partner, Actuarial Partners Consulting

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Lim Kim Heng

Manager, Deloitte Consulting (SEA)

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Julian Savaridas

Director, Analytics & Cognitive (A&C), Deloitte Consulting (SEA)

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Chantal Bond

Chair, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Life Asia Subcommittee

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  • Gary Hoo

    Past President, Actuarial Society of Malaysia

    Gary is currently the Head of Conventional Business for AIA General in Malaysia. He has overall responsibilities for the strategy, management and governance of AIA Malaysia’s General Insurance business distributed via Agency, Partnership and Corporate Solutions channels, covering both intermediaries and customers.

    Before taking on this role, he was the Head of Operations and Product Management for the company and prior to that, as its Appointed Actuary. Before joining AIA, Gary spent a significant part of his career as a consultant in JPWALL Consulting Partners and NMG Consulting.

    With over 20 years of industry experience, he has been involved in all areas of general insurance actuarial work from pricing, capital, and valuation functions to other areas such as risk, reinsurance, and mergers and acquisitions.

    Gary graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Actuarial Science from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and is an FCAS (Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society) as well as an FSA (Fellow of the Society of Actuaries).

  • Hassan Scott Ordierno

    Partner, Actuarial Partners Consulting

    Hassan Scott Odierno has been a partner with Actuarial Partners Consulting in Malaysia and involved in insurance consulting since 1996. He is currently active in IFRS17 implementation. He has been appointed actuary for a number of insurers and Takaful operators in Malaysia. He was part of industry discussions with the Monetary Authority of Singapore to develop RBC there.  He is also the appointed actuary for a Takaful operator in Brunei and is involved in strategic consulting in Cambodia as well as the actuary for insurers there.  In Thailand he has been involved in assisting the regulator to develop par regulations as well as mergers and acquisitions and in Indonesia has performed actuarial valuation and process reviews.   He is also the actuary for a Myanmar insurer.

    He is a co-author of the World Bank book Takaful and Mutual Insurance, co-author of the book Essential Guide to Takaful and a contributing author to the books Actuaries in Microinsurance and Health Insurance in Asia.  He has also been the external advisor to two universities in Malaysia to their risk management and actuarial science programs.

    Hassan is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, and has a Bachelor of Science degree with high distinction in Mathematics from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the USA.  In his spare time he helps to run a food bank in Negeri Sembilan Malaysia utilizing actuarial skills to help the needy.

  • Lim Kim Heng

    Manager, Deloitte Consulting (SEA)

    Lim Kim Heng is a Manager in Deloitte’s actuarial team based in Malaysia. He has over 10 years of actuarial and insurance related experiences with leading multi-national insurance groups across Southeast Asia. He is experienced in wide range of actuarial and insurance related projects, recently focus on leading the Actuarial work stream in IFRS 17 implementation projects.

  • Julian Savaridas

    Manager, Analytics & Cognitive (A&C), Deloitte Consulting (SEA)

    Julian has over 20 years of experience in Data Management, with a CPA background providing Big Data strategy, solution architecture and delivery across industries for Telecommunications, FSI, Retail and Public Sector.

    Driven by a passion for Data Management, Julian has held a variety of technical and management roles over the years deploying large scale, Enterprise Data Management, Next Generation Data Platforms, Data Quality, Data Governance, Master Data Management and Streaming Architectures.

  • Chantal Bond

    Chair, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Life Asia Subcommittee

    Chantal Bond is Chair of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Life Asia Subcommittee and a member of the Life Board. Based in Singapore, she is Asia Pacific Head of Actuarial for SCOR Global Life and she has previously held Chief Actuary and Deputy Chief Actuary roles within AIG and HSBC in the UK & Europe. Chantal is a Fellow of the IFoA, a Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary and a graduate of the University of Bristol.

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