2017 Annual Actuarial Awards, in partnership with the French Institute of Actuaries
In partnership with the French Institute of Actuaries, the SCOR Foundation holds the French Actuarial Awards in Paris each year.
The Foundation places great importance on the development of actuarial science and risk management, and each year rewards the best actuarial diploma dissertation submitted by a French, Belgian or Swiss institution (Prix des Jeunes Actuaires) as well as the best doctoral thesis on topics relating to an economic, financial or insurance issue linked to risk management (Prix des Jeunes Docteurs).
On December 14, 2017 in Paris, France, Denis Kessler, Chairman & CEO of SCOR, and André Lévy-Lang, President of the jury, presented the actuarial awards for France in conjunction with the French Institute of Actuaries. Khalil Said, of the University of Lyon’s Institute of Financial and Insurance Sciences (ISFA), received the Young Doctors’ prize for his thesis titled “Mesures de risque multivariées et applications en science actuarielle” (Multivariate risk measures and actuarial science applications). Julien Vedani, of the University of Lyon’s Institute of Financial and Insurance Sciences (ISFA), received a special mention for his thesis titled “Conceptualisation et Mise en Œuvre du processus Own Risk and Solvency Assessment pour l’Assurance Vie” (Conceptualization and Implementation of the Own Risk and Solvency Assessment process for Life Insurance). Jennifer Pariente of the Paris-Dauphine University received the Young Actuaries’ prize for her dissertation titled “La modélisation du risque géographique en assurance habitation” (Geographic risk modelling for home insurance).
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To consult all of the award-winning dissertations and theses, go to the dedicated Actuarial Awards page here.