Conference Contributions and Seminar Talks

  • Longevity 14 Conference, 20 – 21 September 2018, Amsterdam
    Contributed talk: An Econometric Study on the Duration of Long-Term Care: Main Drivers and Substitution Effect
  • 4th European Actuarial Journal (EAJ) Conference, 9 – 11 September 2018, Leuven (Belgium)
    Contributed talks:
    (1) An Econometric Study on the Duration of Long-Term Care: Main Drivers and Substitution Effect
    (2) On the Socio-demographic and Medical Drivers of Long-Term Care Needs in Europe
    (3) Optimizing insurance pricing models in MTPL: what can be learned from artificial intelligence?
  • 2018 American Risk and Insurance Association Annual Meeting (ARIA), 5 – 8 August 2018, Chicago
    Contributed talk: Optimizing insurance pricing models in MTPL: what can be learned form artificial intelligence?
  • 31st International Congress of Actuaries (ICA) 2018, 4 – 8 June 2018, Berlin
    Contributed talks:
    (1) Old-age Care Prevalence In Switzerland: Drivers And Future Development
    (2) Long-term Care Models And Dependence Probability Tables By Acuity Level: New Empirical Evidence From Switzerland
  • 10th Conference in Actuarial Science & Finance, 30 May – 3 June 2018, Samos (Greece)
    (1) Invited talk: Long-Term Care Prevalence and Actuarial Tables: New Empirical Evidence from Switzerland (J. Wagner)
    (2) Contributed talk: Optimal Asset Allocation in Pension Funds Under Consideration of Higher Moments (presented by P. Müller)
  • EMLyon Business School CEFRA Seminar, 26 April 2018, Lyon
    Invited talk: Long-Term Care Prevalence and Actuarial Tables: New Empirical Evidence from Switzerland (J. Wagner)
  • Jahrestagung Deutscher Verein für Versicherungswissenschaft (DVfVW), 21 – 22 March 2018, Munich
    Contributed talks:
    (1) Optimal Asset Allocation in Pension Funds Under Consideration of Higher Moments
    (2) Long-term care models and dependence probability tables by acuity level: new empirical evidence from Switzerland
    (3) Informal care, long term-care insurance and intra-family moral hazard: Empirical evidence for Europe
  • Actuarial and Financial Mathematics Conference 2018, 8 – 9 February 2018, Brussels
    Contributed talk: Long-term care models and dependence probability tables by acuity level: new empirical evidence from Switzerland
  • LoLitA (Dynamic models for human Longevity with Lifestyle Adjustments) Closing Conference, 15 – 17 January 2018, Paris
    Invited talk: Long-Term Care Prevalence and Actuarial Tables: New Empirical Evidence from Switzerland (J. Wagner)
  • Western Risk and Insurance Annual Meeting (WRIA), 2 – 5 January 2018, Las Vegas
    Contributed talk: On the Calibration of Annuities in Swiss Pension Funds under Consideration of Financial and Biometric Risks (presented by P. Müller)
  • International Actuarial Association (IAA) Life Colloquium 2017, 23 – 24 October 2017, Barcelona
    Contributed talk: Long-term care models and dependence probability tables by acuity level: new empirical evidence from Switzerland
  • Third International Conference for Marketing in the Insurance Industry (icmi 2017), 19 October 2017, St. Gallen
    Contributed talks:
    (1) Duration to Cross-selling in Non-life Insurance: A Statistical Analysis (presented by Y. Staudt)
    (2) Insurance Consumption and Customer Portfolio Characteristics in Multichannel Distribution: New Empirical Evidence (presented by S. Mau)
  • 2017 American Risk and Insurance Association Annual Meeting (ARIA), 6 – 9 August 2017, Toronto
    Contributed talks:
    (1) Long-term care models and dependence probability tables by acuity level: new empirical evidence from Switzerland
    (2) What policyholder and contract features determine the evolution of non-life insurance customer relationships? – A case study analysis
  • 21st Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association Annual Conference (APRIA), 30 July – 2 August 2017, Poznan (Poland)
    Contributed talks:
    (1) Long-term care models and dependence probability tables by acuity level: new empirical evidence from Switzerland
    (2) What policyholder and contract features determine the evolution of non-life insurance customer relationships? – A case study analysis
  • 21st International Congress on Insurance: Mathematics and Economics (IME), 3 – 5 July 2017, Vienna
    Contributed talks:
    (1) Stochastic Programming for Asset Allocation in Pension Funds
    (2) Long-term care models and dependence probability tables by acuity level: new empirical evidence from Switzerland
  • R in Insurance, 8 June 2017, Paris
    Contributed talk: Stochastic Programming for Asset Allocation in Pension Funds (presented by I. Rudnytskyi)
  • 34th International Conference of the French Finance Association (AFFI), 31 May – 2 June 2017, Valence (France)
    Contributed talk: Long-term care models and dependence probability tables by acuity level: new empirical evidence from Switzerland
  • Swiss Risk and Insurance Forum, 15 – 16 May 2017, Zurich
    Invited participant. Asset-Liability Management for Long-Term Insurance Business. (J. Wagner)
  • Jahrestagung Deutscher Verein für Versicherungswissenschaft (DVfVW), 15 – 16 March 2017, Berlin
    Contributed talks:
    (1) The Impact of Pension Funding Mechanisms on the Stability and Payoff from DC Pension Schemes in Switzerland
    (2) What customer, policy and distribution characteristics drive the development of insurance customer relationships? – A case study analysis
    (3) Understanding Motor Insurance Business – Empirical Evidence from Germany
  • Award Ceremony “Walter Saxer Versicherungs-Hochschulpreis”, ETH Risk Center Seminar Series, 7 March 2017, Zurich
    Invited talk: Long-term care models and dependence probability tables by acuity level – new empirical evidence from Switzerland (J. Wagner)
  • Western Risk and Insurance Annual Meeting (WRIA), 2 – 5 January 2017, Santa Barbara (U.S.A.)
    Contributed talk: Optimal Asset Allocation in Pension Funds Under Consideration of Higher Moments (presented by P. Müller)
  • European Group of Risk and Insurance Economists (EGRIE) Conference, 18 – 21 September 2016, Cyprus
    Contributed talk: The Impact of Pension Funding Mechanisms on the Stability and Payoff from DC Pension Schemes in Switzerland (presented by P. Müller)
  • 3rd European Actuarial Journal (EAJ) Conference, 6 – 8 September 2016, Lyon
    Contributed talks:
    (1) Modeling long term care insurance with Markov type models: elaboration of dependency tables and actuarial pricing examples for Switzerland
    (2) The Impact of Pension Funding Mechanisms on the Stability and the Payoff from DC Pension Schemes in Switzerland
    (3) What customer, policy and distribution characteristics drive the development of insurance customer relationships? – A case study analysis
    (4) Impact of Catastrophe Events on Non-life Insurance Companies’ Market Valuation – an Event Study Analysis
  • satRday #1 Conference, 3 September 2016, Budapest
    Contributed talk: estudy2: an R package for the event study in insurance (presented by I. Rudnytskyi)
  • R in Insurance, 11 June 2016, London
    Contributed talk: estudy2: an R package for the event study in insurance (presented by I. Rudnytskyi)
  • Second International Congress on Actuarial Science and Quantitative Finance, 15 – 18 June 2016, Cartagena (Colombia)
    Contributed talk: Policy Characteristics and Stakeholder Returns in Participating Life Insurance: Which Contracts Can Lead to a Win-Win? (presented by C. Mirza)
  • Second International Conference for Marketing in the Insurance Industry (icmi 2016), 7 June 2016, Paris
    Contributed talks:
    (1) What customer, policy and distribution characteristics drive the development of insurance customer relationships? – A case study analysis (presented by Y. Staudt and J. Wagner)
    (2) Anticipating insurance customers’ next likely purchase events (presented by S. Mau)
  • Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Actuarial Sciences and Finance International Conference (MAF), 30 March1 April 2016, Paris
    Contributed talk: On the Adequate Funding Ratio in Occupational Pension Funds from the Insured’s Perspective (presented by Ph. Müller)
  • Jahrestagung Deutscher Verein für Versicherungswissenschaft (DVfVW), 10 – 11 March 2016, Vienna
    Contributed talk: Impact of Catastrophe Events on Insurance Companies’ Market Valuation – an Event Study Analysis (presented by I. Rudnytskyi)
  • Actuarial and Financial Mathematics Conference (AFMathConf 2016), 1 – 2 February 2016, Brussels
    Contributed talk: Risk classification, solvency requirements and pricing revisited: What do we know? (presented by M.-B. Nordfang)
  • Western Risk and Insurance Annual Meeting (WRIA), 3 – 6 January 2016, Maui (U.S.A.)
    Contributed talk: On the Optimal Funding in Occupational Pension Funds from the Insured’s Perspective (presented by Ph. Müller)
  • Swiss Risk and Insurance Forum, 16 – 17 November 2015, Zurich
    Co-organizer of the 2015 conference: Old-Age Provision: Past, Present, Future (H. Albrecher (University of Lausanne), P. Embrechts (ETH Zurich), D. Filipovic (EPF Lausanne), P. Koch-Medina (University of Zurich), J. Wagner (University of Lausanne), and S. Schreckenberg (Swiss Re)
  • World Risk and Insurance Economics Congress (WRIEC), 26 August 2015, Munich
    Contributed talks:
    (1) Multichannel Distribution, Customer Characteristics and Consumption in Non-Life Insurance: A Data-Driven Approach (presented by S. Mau)
    (2) Determinants of Research Shopping Behaviour in the Insurance Sector: An Empirical Analysis (presented by S. Mau)
  • Jahrestagung Deutscher Verein für Versicherungswissenschaft (DVfVW), 18 – 19 March 2015, Berlin
    Contributed talk: Von der Recherche zur Kaufentscheidung: Eine empirische Analyse von Research-Shopping in der Versicherungsbranche (presented by S. Mau)
  • Séminaires Lyon-Lausanne, 11 December 2014, Lyon
    Invited talk: Current challenges in life insurance (presented by J. Wagner)
  • 2nd European Actuarial Journal (EAJ) Conference, 10-12 September 2014, Vienna
    Contributed talk: What Transaction Costs are Acceptable in Life Insurance Products from the Policyholders’ Viewpoint? (presented by J. Wagner)
  • This listing starts from July 2014. A list of earlier contributions is available upon request.