ACTSC_463_Course_Outline_F11

ACTSC_463_Course_Outline_F11 - Property and Casualty...

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ACTSC 463/863 Property and Casualty Insurance – Fall 2011 1 Property and Casualty Insurance ACTSC 463/863 Fall 2011 Instructor Chris Van Kooten, FCAS, FCIA E-Mail vankootenc@gmail.com Office Hours By appointment only Course Description This course is focused on the practical aspects of Property and Casualty (P&C) Insurance in Canada. Through lectures, course notes and discussion, students will learn the principles of P&C claim handling and loss reserving, including the evaluation of standard reserving techniques. Required Course Materials Friedland, J.F., “ Estimating Unpaid Claims Using Basic Techniques ,” Casualty Actuarial Society, July 2010. Course Website Course materials, including lecture slides, can be downloaded from the course website on ACE. The textbook can be downloaded from the exam 5 study tools section of the CAS website. Grading Scheme Mid-term Exam 30% Final Exam 70% 100% Important Dates October 31 Midterm In Class
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ACTSC 463/863 Property and Casualty Insurance – Fall 2011 2 TENTATIVE CLASS SCHEDULE Lecture Date Syllabus 1 Sep 12 Course Outline Unpaid Claims – Chapters 1-5 2 Sep 19 Unpaid Claims - Chapter 6-9 3 Sep 26 Unpaid Claims - Chapter 10-12 Oct 3 Class Cancelled Oct 10 Thanks Giving – No Class 4 Oct 17 Unpaid Claims – Chapter 13-15 5 Oct 24 Midterm Review
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course ACTSC 463 taught by Professor Vankooten during the Fall '11 term at Waterloo.

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