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WIM (Workshop in Insurance Mathematics) is back

After four year without it, the WIM is back. Last time, it was in February 2020. Tomorrow, Agathe and Olivier will present posters at the Workshop in Insurance Mathematics, a Concordia University.

Both posters will be on fairness and discrimination. Olivier Côté will present a poster on “Fairness in insurance enigma: exploring the maze of regulation

Agathe will present a poster on Equipy, “A Python Package for Sequential Fairness using Optimal Transport with Applications in Insurance

Uncertainty in claims reserving (WIM)

I will be talking on Friday, at the 1st Québec-Ontario Workshop on Insurance Mathematics (so called WIN, already mentioned here). The program is now online here. My talk will be on Solvency II requirements in claims reserving (slides can be found here). Even if Canada will not adapt the Solvency II European capital test, it looks like Solvency II will matter to Canadian insurance companies (as mentioned here).