Speeches and Presentations - Assia Billig

Title Date Published
Multi-pillars pension systems – Supporting material for panel discussion with Assia Billig at the DC Plan Summit, Banff, 6-8 February 2019 2019-02-11
Presentation to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Korea Policy Center by the Office of the Chief Actuary (OCA) at the 12th Pension Experts Meeting on the topic of Pension Measures against Low Fertility and Population Aging 2017-05-25
Living to 100 – Myth or Reality.  CIA Webcast
From 2010 to 2015, the growth in life expectancy at age 65 of CPP and OAS beneficiaries has slowed down. While similar trends have emerged elsewhere, it’s too early to tell if the recent slowdown will continue.
November 3, 2016

Viability of Canadian Retirement Income System: Political Consensus and Sound Actuarial Advice, by Jean-Claude Ménard, Chief Actuary, and Assia Billig, Actuary
Office of the Chief Actuary, Office of the Superintendant of Financial Institutions, Canada,
Panama, Panama, November 16, 2016


Presentation by Assia Billig, Actuary, to the International Social Security Association's Regional Social Security Forum for the Americas, on the topic of "Actuarial Assumptions Development – deepening the expertise and enhancing the independence of the Chief Actuary"


Presentation by Assia Billig, Actuary, at the Eurostat/ ILO/IMF/OECD Workshop on Pensions on the topic of "Compiling the actuarial balance sheet for the Canada Pension Plan – methodological overview"


Presentation by Assia Billig, Actuary, at the 30th International Congress of Actuaries on the topic of "Why actuaries are interested in demographic issues and why others should listen to them ", 31 March 2014, Washington, USA.

"The actuarial profession possesses a profound understanding of demographic risks in the modern world and their implications on the most vulnerable: the old, the sick, the disabled, the unemployed or the one who suffers the loss of a family member."


Presentation to the Technical Seminar of the International Social Security Association (ISSA) Technical Commission on Statistical, Actuarial and Financial Studies: "Sustainable Financing and extension of social security coverage", 28 April 2010, Montevideo, Uruguay, on the topic of "Stochastic Sensitivity Testing for the Canada Pension Plan Actuarial Reports".