The Actuaries Institute Australia CPD Tour – Professionalism in the New World (co-hosted with ASHK)
25 June 2019 Deloitte
CPD Hour(s): 2

What does the Royal Commission mean for you as an actuary and what should you do differently in future? As an actuary working in the modern business environment affected by corporate culture, media pressure and societal issues, how can you as a professional effectively deal with ethical dilemmas?

To learn more about the Royal Commission, please visit

The Actuaries Institute Australia and ASHK are co-hosting the CPD Tour, Hong Kong. It is a not to be missed event as we bring you experts on governance, regulation and your professional duties. This tour has been designed to cater for all members working in traditional/ non-traditional roles and management positions. It is our opportunity to learn from past events and strengthen our profession.

We will discuss learnings and case studies from the Royal Commission and share the perspectives of Royal Commission witnesses and the regulator.

**Members of the Actuaries Institute Australia should register via the Institute website at for their members exclusive rate and automatic update on CPD record.




  • President Nicolette will discuss the current state of the industry and the profession’s role, sharing her personal experiences.
  • 2018 Actuary of the Year and author of the Social Risk Dialogue paper, Ian Laughlin will facilitate an interactive workshop on professionalism. Both will draw upon case studies and share personal reflections.
  • CEO Elayne Grace will reflect on the Institute’s initiatives including the Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Scheme together and highlight how they can support you in your role.

The Tour will be combined with the Presidential Tour, which is included in the ticket price. Nicolette will deliver her Presidential Address and give delegates the opportunity to gain insight on the year ahead for the profession.

Supporting Organisation(s)
Due to overwhelming responses, this event has reached maximum capacity. You may still register* but we will put you on the waiting list and keep you informed of the status in due course.
* Registration payment can be arranged after your place is confirmed.
Registration Policy
1.Registration will only be confirmed upon receipt of full payment, on a first-come, first-served basis. To qualify for any special rate (e.g. early-bird rate), if any, please settle the full payment by the prevailing deadline. Otherwise, the outstanding registration fee will automatically be changed to the regular rate.
2.For ATM/bank transfer, all bank charges (including any local and overseas charges) should be borne by registrants and cannot be deducted from the registration fee. Please give instructions to your bank to this effect if charges are deducted from the registration fee, the registrant will have to reimburse the difference to the ASHK upon arrival at the event.
3.An official e-receipt will be sent by email and uploaded to the “Login Area” on the ASHK website (click “Payment History”) within 1-2 weeks after the payment has been verified.
4.Upon successful registration with payment, registrants will receive a confirmation email. A reminder email will also be sent prior to the event. If registrants did not receive the confirmation email and reminder from the ASHK, it is the registrants’ responsibility to contact the ASHK Office to confirm their seats.
5.By registering, registrants agree that their personal data provided will be used by the ASHK for administration and management purposes relating to this event and other activities supported by ASHK or relevant to the actuarial profession. Registrants can request not to disclose their personal data and opt out from receiving the ASHK’s general mailings by emailing to the ASHK Office:
6.An official e-certificate of attendance will be sent by email and uploaded to the “Login Area” on the ASHK website (click “CPD Record” > “Event Log & Attendance Certificate”) within 1-2 weeks after the event.
Adverse Weather Policy
Unless specified,
1.When Typhoon Signal No. 3 or below/ Amber or Red Rainstorm Warning is in force, all events will be held as scheduled.
For events that have not started yet:
If Typhoon Signal No. 8 or Black Rainstorm Warning is in force after
7:00 am - morning and/or full-day events that start from 9:00 am will be cancelled.
10:00 am - luncheon events will be cancelled.
12:00 noon - afternoon events that start between 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm will be cancelled.
4:00 pm - evening event that start from 6:00 pm will be cancelled.
The ASHK will re-schedule the event if possible. If participants cannot join the event on the re-scheduled date, registration fee will be refunded. If the event cannot be re-scheduled, registration fee will be refunded.
For events that are in progress:
When Typhoon Signal No. 8 or above is hoisted, the event must be halted immediately. Participants should leave the venue when it is safe to do so.
When Black Rainstorm Warning is in force, the event will continue as scheduled. Participants are advised to remain where they are.