# Arrangementer

## Kommende

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## Tidligere

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Oslo once again has the pleasure to invite you to our Insurance Day! We offer a schedule with interesting topics within finance and insurance.

This time, unlike 2020 and like 2018, The Insurance Seminar will be a physical event hosting several experts in the field, both national and international!

We are Norway's leading provider of actuaries and financial mathematicians to the insurance and finance industry and also the leading research group in this field.

**Why Pension Mathematics:**

Defined benefit plans are pensions plans where an

employer promises a group of its employees to pay post-retirement annuity benefits that are specified by a mathematical formula. As these promised payments

may be made way into the future, actuarial science specialists (called pension actuaries) are required to periodically perform a valuation of the defined benefit

pension plan to verify that the employer is taking the correct steps to pay the promised benefits when they come due.

**Why Pension Mathematics:**

Defined benefit plans are pensions plans where an

employer promises a group of its employees to pay post-retirement annuity benefits that are specified by a mathematical formula. As these promised payments

may be made way into the future, actuarial science specialists (called pension actuaries) are required to periodically perform a valuation of the defined benefit

pension plan to verify that the employer is taking the correct steps to pay the promised benefits when they come due.

**Why Pension Mathematics:**

Defined benefit plans are pensions plans where an

employer promises a group of its employees to pay post-retirement annuity benefits that are specified by a mathematical formula. As these promised payments

may be made way into the future, actuarial science specialists (called pension actuaries) are required to periodically perform a valuation of the defined benefit

pension plan to verify that the employer is taking the correct steps to pay the promised benefits when they come due.

**Why Pension Mathematics:**

employer promises a group of its employees to pay post-retirement annuity benefits that are specified by a mathematical formula. As these promised payments

may be made way into the future, actuarial science specialists (called pension actuaries) are required to periodically perform a valuation of the defined benefit

pension plan to verify that the employer is taking the correct steps to pay the promised benefits when they come due.

**Why Pension Mathematics:**

employer promises a group of its employees to pay post-retirement annuity benefits that are specified by a mathematical formula. As these promised payments

may be made way into the future, actuarial science specialists (called pension actuaries) are required to periodically perform a valuation of the defined benefit

pension plan to verify that the employer is taking the correct steps to pay the promised benefits when they come due.

**Why Pension Mathematics:**

employer promises a group of its employees to pay post-retirement annuity benefits that are specified by a mathematical formula. As these promised payments

may be made way into the future, actuarial science specialists (called pension actuaries) are required to periodically perform a valuation of the defined benefit

pension plan to verify that the employer is taking the correct steps to pay the promised benefits when they come due.

**Why Pension Mathematics:**

employer promises a group of its employees to pay post-retirement annuity benefits that are specified by a mathematical formula. As these promised payments

may be made way into the future, actuarial science specialists (called pension actuaries) are required to periodically perform a valuation of the defined benefit

pension plan to verify that the employer is taking the correct steps to pay the promised benefits when they come due.

**Why Pension Mathematics:**

employer promises a group of its employees to pay post-retirement annuity benefits that are specified by a mathematical formula. As these promised payments

may be made way into the future, actuarial science specialists (called pension actuaries) are required to periodically perform a valuation of the defined benefit

pension plan to verify that the employer is taking the correct steps to pay the promised benefits when they come due.

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Oslo has again the pleasure to invite you to an Insurance Day! We offer a schedule with interesting topics within finance and insurance.

We are Norway's leading provider of actuaries and financial mathematicians to the insurance and finance industry and also, the leading research group in this field.

Matematisk Institutt ved Universitetet i Oslo ønsker deg med dette velkommen til en forsikringsdag der noen av landets topp fagfolk vil ta deg med gjennom noen av de mest dagsaktuelle emner innen forsikring.

Vi er er landets ledende leverandør av aktuarer og finansmatematikere til forsikrings- og finansnæringen og også det ledende forskningssenter på disse feltene.

The seminar lecture is cancelled due to epidemic situation in Norway.

Dr. Bård Støve from the University of Bergen will give a Seminar Lecture: The local Gaussian correlation with applications to finance

We welcome you to a celebration of the research grant awarded to Kristina Rognlien Dahl. Kristina will present the SCROLLER project, and cake will be served. We hope to see you there!

Prof. Christa Cuchiero from the Vienna University of Economics and Business will give a Seminar Lecture.

Dr. Alexey Rudenko from the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine will give a Series of three Lectures.

Prof. Paul Ehling from the Norwegian Business School will give a Seminar Lecture.

Prof. Rüdiger Kiesel from the University of Duisburg-Essen will give a Seminar Lecture with the Title: **"Carbon Risks on Financial Markets"**

Prof. Andrey Pilipenko from The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine will give a seminar lecture with the title:

**On Exponential Stability of SDEs with Discontinuous Drift**

Monday 19 August 2019 **Mohamed MNIF** from the **Ecole Polytechnique de Tunisie** and **Yaozhong HU** from the **University of Alberta** will give two seminar lectures at the section of Stochastic analysis, Finance and risks. Titles and Abstracts below.

Prof. Georgii Riabov from the Kyiv Institute of Mathematics will give at our department a mini-course of four lectures.

Prof. Georgii Riabov from the Kyiv Institute of Mathematics will give at our department a mini-course of four lectures.

**Professor Boulakhras Gherbal from the University of Biskra, Algeria will give a seminar lecture with the following title:**

*“Existence of optimal solutions for a stochastic control problems for systems of mean-field FBSDEs”*