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Mathematics in longevity risk management

Strand Campus , London

27 Jun Aerial view of the City of London_ the financial centre of the capital

The meeting will bring together leading experts on mathematical economics of pensions from France and the UK. The aim is to promote mathematical techniques of financial economics that have been recently introduced in pensions risk management. The new techniques have the potential to transform the pensions industry by introducing risk sensitive valuation and risk reduction techniques in the management of both longevity and financial risks. The workshop will be based on 14 invited talks of both academics and practitioners on the quantitative side of pensions. The workshop will re-enforce the UK’s position as a leading centre on applied financial mathematics globally.


For more information about the event please see the programme.


Date and Time: Thursday 27 June 2019: 13:00 - 19:00 

Location: S-1.04, Strand Building, Strand Campus, King's College London


Date and Time: Friday 28 June 2019: 09:00 - 17:00

Location: River Room, King's Building, Strand Campus, King's College London



Guillaume Biessy, SCOR, France

Enrico Biffis, Imperial College London, UK

Andrew Cairns, Heriot-Watt University, UK

Nicole El Karoui, Sorbonne Universite, France

Caroline Hillairet, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Economique, France

Sarah Kaakai, Le Mans Universite, France

Joyeeta Kanungo, Legal and General, UK

Heloise Labit Hardy, UNSW Business School, Australia

Stephane Loisel, ISFA, Universite Lyon 1, France

Pietro Millossovich, Cass Business School, City University, London

Teemu Pennanen, King's College London, UK

Pierrick Piette, Sorbonne Uinversite and Lyon 1, France

Timothy Pike (Pensions Policy Institute)

Yahia Salhi, ISFA, Universite Lyon 1, France


Organisers: Roxana Dumitrescu (King's College London), Caroline Hillairet (ENSAE, France), Teemu Pennanen (King's College London)


Acknowledgements: Funding received from the London Mathematical Society and the Chaire Risques Financiers



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