2023 Spotlights Webinar Series

Spotlights is a global educational series with two tracks: client invitation-only and open-to-all.

The open-to-all sessions feature quarterly webinars on hot topics in the marketplace today, usually more U.S. focused. Presented by our Gen Re Life & Health experts as well as valued business partners, they will include a range of prepared materials and interactive discussions. Sign up for these exciting and informative sessions today!

Are you a Gen Re client and interested in the invitation-only Spotlights? Please get in touch with your Gen Re market representative.

Registrants will be sent login details prior to each webinar. 

Upcoming Date: October 4, 2023. 

A Multivariate Approach to Pricing
Speakers: Dewesh Kumar, Head of Analytics, Gen Re and Nathan Mecray, Actuary, Gen Re

This session will explore some statistical techniques that enable a multivariate approach for insurance pricing. Attendees will gain insights into how these methods can help reshape traditional pricing methods and facilitate a shift from single variable experience analysis to more rigorous data-driven models capturing multidimensional relationships.

Key takeaways from the session will be:

  • Understanding basic statistical methods and a comparison to traditional Actuarial experience study analysis ( i.e., Actual to Expected analysis)
  • How pricing is influenced by concepts like interaction, correlation, and causality


The Future Impacts on Mortality
Speaker: Beata Puls, Senior Actuary, Gen Re

Beata provided an overview of key items impacting future mortality including continued improvements and long-term impacts of COVID-19. Watch the Recording.

Ageing and Mortality – Dying to Age Brilliantly
Speaker: Dr. John O'Brien, Segment Chief Medical Officer

This webinar discusses different approaches to potentially slowing the ageing process, such as the pharmacological drug rapamycin, telomere length in DNA, or metabolism regulation by sirtuin enzymes – to name a few. Could we have more control over our ageing than we think? There are many promising targets for modulation of the ageing process.Watch the Recording.

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