Webinar: Climate Change and Vulnerable Populations

One of the issues surrounding climate change is the potential for significant disruption to vulnerable populations. 

In this session you will hear from Rade Musulin, Principal at Finity Consulting as he examines this issue from the perspective of Australia, as a developed country as well as from the perspective of developing countries in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.

This session will provide:

  • A discussion of vulnerable populations in various countries.
  • The challenges of providing insurance services to these populations.
  • How climate risk will pose particular issues to vulnerable populations and what role(s) the insurance system can play in increasing their financial security.

The session will draw upon work done in Australia in response to government inquiries on insurance affordability and globally from the International Actuarial Association’s paper entitled “Climate Change, Insurance, and Vulnerable Populations”.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the challenges of providing insurance services to vulnerable populations.
  • Explain how climate risk poses unique issues to vulnerable populations and what role(s) the insurance system can play in increasing their financial security.

REGISTRATION

Registrations for this webinar are now closed.

For further information about this professional development program, please contact Kelly Phypers, Event Manager.

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Speakers

  • Rade Musulin

    Finity Consulting

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    Rade Musulin

    Principal
    Finity Consulting

    Rade is a Principal at Finity based in Sydney. He is an US trained Actuary, and has 40 years’ experience in General Insurance specialising particularly in property pricing, natural perils, reinsurance, agriculture, catastrophe risk modelling, public policy development, and climate risk.

    His main areas of interest include how changing population demographics affect catastrophe exposure, climate change adaptation, applications of catastrophe models for disaster planning in developing countries, building code development, and community resilience. Rade has maintained close ties with academic institutions, including being a lecturer for undergraduate classes in actuarial science, risk management, and political science.

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14 Oct 2020

  • Online
  • 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEDT*
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    Non-Member AUD: $35
    NZD: $37.50

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