R in Insurance Conference, London, 15 July 2013
The audience of the conference included both academics and practitioners who are active or interested in the applications of R in insurance. The R in Insurance conference builds upon the success of the R in Finance and R/Rmetrics events.
Invited talks were given by:
- Professor Alexander McNeil, Department of Actuarial Science & Statistics
"Implementing CreditRisk+ in R with the Faster Fourier Transform".
- Trevor Maynard, Head of Exposure Management and Reinsurance, Lloyd's.
"There is an R in Lloyd's".
The organisers, Andreas Tsanakas and Markus Gesmann, gratefully acknowledge the sponsorship of Mango Solutions and CYBAEA.
The programme, presentations and R files are available via GitHub.
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