Exploring the future, assessing financial sustainability and identifying solutions?
Over the past two weeks, quantitative specialists from around the world have worked hard to develop complex actuarial models to better anticipate public deficits and formulate meaningful financing strategies.
Quantitative specialists working on pension schemes must deal with uncertain future events and complex interrelated systems. They must use projection methods and models to empower policy-makers in the design and management of pension schemes.
Using internationally recognized methodologies, tools and expertise developed by the ILO, participants had the opportunity to enhance their technical skills and reinforce their abilities to play a more active role in the future design of social protection systems.
The two-week course on “Actuarial Modelling of Public Pension Schemes” takes place in Turin every year.
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