2023 International Congress of Actuaries
28 May – 1 June 2023, International Convention Centre Sydney, Australia
The Call for Papers will open in September 2021
Registration opens in June 2022
ICA2023 – a rich tradition continues with a new date.
The International Congress of Actuaries (ICA) has a proud tradition and this year is celebrating its 125th anniversary of the first ever Congress.
From Brussels in 1895 to Berlin in 2018, with stops in between everywhere from Tokyo to Cape Town, Cancun to Helsinki, ICA has brought the actuarial profession together.
Given the international nature of this Congress we have, unsurprisingly, been thinking carefully about the impact of COVID-19 on safety, international and national travel, and the practical aspects of bringing our international profession together. While some of our Congress may be available digitally, we are also aware that an important part of the experience is the networking opportunity from meeting in person.
The 32nd International Congress of Actuaries will now be held in 2023 (28 May – 1 June) at the International Convention Centre in Sydney.
We are postponing the Congress to give us the best chance of providing a great experience for Actuaries both locally and from around the globe. We believe it means more certainty and safety for actuaries, speakers and guests. We also believe that it will ensure a richer, more global experience – the kind of experience you have come to expect from our actuarial Olympics.
Australian and New Zealand actuaries have been looking forward to welcoming actuaries from around the world to Sydney. We are committed to making this a Congress no delegate will ever forget when registration opens in June 2022!
We will keep in touch with additional information as it becomes available and are really looking forward to seeing you in 2023!
About the Hosts
Actuaries Institute Australia
The Actuaries Institute is the sole professional body for actuaries in Australia. With 5,000+ members, the Actuaries Institute is committed to promoting and maintaining a high standard of actuarial practice. Australian actuaries are well-regarded around the world and, partly due to the structure of our superannuation and insurance markets, have become world leaders in fields such as defined contribution superannuation and non-traditional areas including big data and enterprise risk management.
International Actuarial Association
Founded in 1895, and reformed in 1998 with a new constitution, the International Actuarial Association (IAA) is the worldwide association of professional actuarial associations, representing approximately 70,000 actuaries in more than 115 countries, with a number of special interest sections for individual actuaries. The IAA exists to encourage the development of a global profession, acknowledged as technically competent and professionally reliable, which will ensure that the public interest is served. The IAA has 73 Full Member Associations and 26 Associate Member Associations.
The actuarial profession is globally recognized as leading experts in risk and financial security, contributing to the well-being of society.
The mission of the IAA, as the worldwide organization of actuarial associations, is to:
- Inform and influence global stakeholders
- Assure the reputation of the profession
- Advance the competency of the profession
Further information can be found here.