[Webinar OpenFloor] Explainable P&C modelling – 30 September 2021

On behalf of Polish Actuarial Association’s Actuarial Data Science Group, the Board of the Polish Actuarial Association has the pleasure to invite its members and members of the other CEE actuarial associations to its complimentary „Open Floor” series webinar, „Explainable P&C modelling”. 


The session’s objective is to briefly cover common modelling techniques for P&C lines. After introducing vanilla LM, GLM and GBM, a few cutting edge XAI (eXplainable AI) techniques would be presented to attendees.


Dimitri Delcaillau – Master Thesis in Applied Mathematics on the control and the transparency of complex models in insurance (SCOR Prize winner), Dimitri also graduated from the engineering school IMT Atlantique (France) and Actuary School EURIA (France). He has a degree in Mathematics and is a French Actuary. He is P&C consultant in Milliman Paris and works for different French companies on various topics, including Reserving and Premium Risk, Customer Life Value, USP computation and IFRS 17.

together with the members of Actuarial Data Science of the Polish Actuarial Association:

Marcin Filip: actuary with experience in life and non-life reserving, risk management gained at work for largest insurance companies in the Polish market

Piotr Garbuliński: pricing actuary with experience in the Polish market gained at work for the largest international insurance companies

Przemysław Klusik: actuary with the Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, independent advisor in financial engineering and actuarial mathematics

Aleksander Turant: pricing actuary and analytics manager with experience in P&C lines. Enthusiastic about AI, technology and innovation

When: 30 September 2021 (Thursday) at 17.00 CET, Zoom meeting. 

Duration: the webinar is expected to last 60-70 minutes + Q&A.

Technical remarks:

  • The lecture will be held as webinar, rather than a meeting, therefore the participants won’t be able to turn on their cameras / microphone and share their screens with other attendees
  • Questions can be asked via the Q&A box (only answered questions will be visible to all attendees)
  • The webinar is free of charge and no registration is required
  • The language of the lecture is English