Featured Story Photos from the 2019 Annual Meeting Posted on January 24, 2020January 29, 2020 Event Coverage Members Read session coverage of the 2019 CAS Annual Meeting by Jim Lynch: The Case for Innovation — Quantified Actuaries Around the World: Many Countries, Many Challenges Actuaries Have the Skills to Take It to the Bank(ers) See a highlights reel of the 2019 Annual Meeting: https://ar.casact.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Annual-Meeting-2019v4.mp4 A fire breather demonstrates his talent during festivities celebrating Polynesian culture set on the Great Lawn of the Hilton Hawaiian Village on November 12. CAS CEO Victor Carter-Bey introduces himself to the audience at the CAS Annual Business Meeting on November 11. CAS University Liaisons and newly minted CAS Associates Yin Pok Robert Lee (left) and Anthony Chungheng Ip (middle) join Edward Keaunui of the University of Hawai’i West O’ahu in Kapolei at the conclusion of the Student Program on November 12. Keaunui is an assistant professor of business administration & risk management and an insurance coordinator for the university. Pictured left to right, CAS Fellows Marcela Granados, Nan (Jenny) Zhang and Corey Alfieri take a moment for a picture before their presentation “Visual Thinking — Data Visualization for Actuaries and Data Scientists.” Neil Greiner, FCAS, joined the trio as a presenter. Rob Walling, FCAS, (left) teamed up with his son, David Walling, for the session “Improving Start Up Viability Using Captive Insurance Products.” Foreground, left to right, CAS Fellows Len Llaguno, Julie Hagerstrand and Chunpong Woo get the audience in the spirit before their presentation “Reserving with Machine Learning: Innovations from Loyalty Programs to Insurance.” CAS President Jim Christie (right) congratulates new FCAS Daniel Nysch. New ACAS Joseph Kyujoon Lee and his wife, Rachel, enjoy the evening at the Tuesday Night Buffet on November 12. New CAS Associate Yolanda Aserweh (right) and her mother, Eben, wear fresh flower leis with their beautiful dresses. Leis were given to attendees when they entered the Great Lawn for the Tuesday Night Buffet.