The Institute provides one-day or part-day events often developed in response
to a major Government initiative, research reports or contemporary issues in
public policy. The Institute seeks to add value to the current debate from an
actuarial perspective, reinforcing the Institute's position as a reputable and
knowledgeable source of research and skills for pressing social and business
These events are usually led by a keynote address with a range of senior
actuaries and other experts providing analysis in order to promote discussion
and debate on the key issues.
Examples of past one-day forums include: Research Conferences, Regulatory
Reviews, General Insurance in a GFC World, Private Health Insurance Appointed
Actuary Workshop, Health Financing Course,The Economic Theory of Profit Margins,
Financial Modelling, Stress Testing, Risk Management, Funds Management.
Flood Resilience: Risks, Mitigation and Funding Solutions
The Institute's one-day seminar 'Flood Resilience: Risks, Mitigation and
Funding Solutions' was successfully held in Sydney on Monday 16 May 2011 with
over 140 attendees. Presentations, audio files and podcasts from the Seminar are available here.