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Dress Code
What to wear
Suggested Attire

Business casual attire is suggested for the conference sessions and receptions. It is best to wear layered clothing as meeting rooms tend to fluctuate in temperature.

In St. Louis, the average high temperature during September is 80.2°F (26.8°C) and 60.6°F (15.9°C)

Customize Your Attendance
Registration Fees

Pre-registration is now closed. You may register onsite in St. Louis beginning at 2:30 p.m. on Monday, September 19.


Monday Workshops

(Choose One)

  Early Reg. Fee by Aug 26 Late Reg. Fee After Aug 26
Workshop Speaker $0

Full Day Monday Workshops, 8:00am - 4:00pm (Select One)

  • WS-1: Maximizing the Value of Your Actuarial Report and Opinion
  • WS-2: Reserving Boot Camp Workshop
$750 $850

Half-Day Monday Afternoon Workshops, 12:30pm - 4:00pm (Select One)

  • WS-4: Loss Reserving with R Workshop
  • WS-5: Triangles Reimagined Workshop
$375 $425

Seminar Fees

(4pm Monday thru Wednesday 3pm)

Member*, Active Candidate**, CAS Affiliate, or Subscriber $1,150 $1,350
Member* Speaking at Seminar or Workshop $863
Member* and Government Employee $575
Member* and Academic Central*** Member $0
Non-Member* $1,350 $1,550
Non-Member* Speaking at Seminar or Workshop $0
Non-Member* Government Employee $675
  Post-Event Session Recordings (covering most of the sessions presented; fee discounted for attendees) $0

* Member = CAS/AAA/CCA/iCAS Member or member of a Worldwide Actuarial Association

** Active Candidate = An Active Candiate is a non-CAS member who has attempted at least one actuarial exam in the last two years.

*** Limited to Members of CAS Academic Central for up to three national CAS meetings or seminars each year.


Can't join us anymore?
Cancellation Policy

Registration fees will be refunded for cancellations received by September 9, 2022, less a $100 processing fee. Only written cancellations will be honored. Cancellations will be accepted via email to

At a glance
Schedule of Events

The 2022 Casualty Loss Reserve Seminar gives property-casualty insurance actuaries and consultants the opportunity to earn continuing education credits in a variety of sessions covering relevant and timely topics necessary for continued professional growth and maintaining actuarial credentials.

Separate registration is required for workshops.


Mon 19
Mon 19
Mon 19
Mon 19
Mon 19
Mon 19
Mon 19
Mon 19
Mon 19
Tue 20
Tue 20
Tue 20
Tue 20
Tue 20
Tue 20
Tue 20
Tue 20
Tue 20
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Wed 21
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Wed 21
Stay in comfort
Lodging and Travel

Marriott St. Louis Grand allows guests to experience the vibrant, authentic spirit of St. Louis, Missouri. With a prime downtown location near Union Train Station, Ballpark Village, the Gateway Arch and Busch Stadium, this historic hotel occupies the former building of the Statler Hotel, an icon of the St. Louis skyline since the 1900s.

Marriott St. Louis Grand
800 Washington Avenue St.
Louis, Missouri, USA, 63101

The 2022 Casualty Loss Reserve Seminar (CLRS) and Workshops will be held Monday, September 19 through Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at the Marriott St. Louis Grand in St. Louis, Missouri.

Group Room Rate
Single/Double Occupancy, plus taxes
single/double occupancy

Reservations must be made by August 18, 2022. Check in at the Marriott St. Louis Grand is 4:00 p.m. and check out is by 11:00 a.m

A limited number of rooms have been reserved for the evenings of Sunday, September 18; Monday, September 19; Tuesday, September 20; and Wednesday, September 21.

While reservations must be made prior to August 18, 2022, in order to receive the $199 rate, there is no guarantee that rooms will be available should you wait until this date. CAS strongly suggests that you make your room reservations early to secure accommodations before the room block fills.

Important Information Regarding Official CLRS Meeting Hotel

The Casualty Actuarial Society can conduct high-quality meetings at desirable sites for a reasonable registration fee because a block of hotel rooms is reserved for meeting attendees. In exchange for filling the required number of sleeping rooms, the CAS is permitted to use the hotel’s meeting space at no cost, thus keeping registration fees low. In addition, meeting attendees receive a reduced rate for their sleeping rooms. We kindly request that all meeting attendees take advantage of the group rate and stay at the official CLRS property, Marriott St. Louis Grand.

Or call the hotel group reservation number at 1-800-301-0401, and provide room block code: ACW.
Health and Safety Guidelines

The CAS is committed to following all local health guidelines to protect the health and safety of eventgoers.

St. Louis County Health COVID Guidelines:

Missouri Health COVID Guidelines: 

Know the Code
Code of Conduct for CAS Events

The CAS is an international organization committed to equipping, encouraging, and enlightening its community to meet the demands of a global economy. We are a listening organization that welcomes diverse perspectives. We value the participation of each member of the community and desire to offer professional education in a fun and safe learning environment. The CAS is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. We do not tolerate harassment or any other improper behavior of conference participants in any form.

Scope of the Code:

All event participants, CAS staff members, guests, sponsors, speakers, partners, exhibitors, volunteers, and vendors/exhibitors must comply with this Code of Conduct for CAS Events. We ask that you join us in agreeing to engage, collaborate, and connect with other participants and event attendees in healthy ways. . Specifically, we ask that you:

  • Share from your own experience,
  • Assume the best intentions of others,
  • Disagree with ideas, not people,
  • Be open to other people’s perspectives, and
  • Treat everyone with respect.

Registration and attendance at CAS meetings, seminars, webinars and other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to: demonstrate respect and consideration for all people; communicate openly and thoughtfully with others; be respectful in discussing and debating ideas; be collaborative; be mindful of your surroundings; comply with venue regulations; report conduct concerns to an event contact so that concerns can be addressed responsibly in a timely fashion. If any leader or facilitator of the event directs you to stop a behavior, you must comply immediately.

Consequence of Violation of the Code:

Event participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the event organizers and could result in suspension from attending future meetings and/or referral to an appropriate disciplinary body. If necessary, CAS will contact proper authorities, including but not limited to event security and/or law enforcement.


While we have faith that the overwhelming majority of our dynamic community will embrace these sentiments and encourage others to do the same, we do have a plan in place if anyone should fall short of expectations. If anyone makes you feel unsafe or unwelcome or if you observe someone else in situational discomfort, please report it as soon as possible. Please find and tell a CAS staff member who can be identified by their badge. For virtual events, you may contact the PE staff person responsible for the event.

When taking a personal report,  CAS staff will try our best to ensure you are safe and cannot be overheard. S/he may involve other staff members to ensure your report is managed properly. Once safe, we’ll ask you to convey the specific circumstances. While this can potentially be upsetting, we’ll give you the patience and respect you deserve; bring along someone to help support you if you desire. You will not be asked to confront any individual and all our communications will be confidential, except that CAS may contact any parties who have information relevant to the investigation

Thank you in advance for helping to make this CAS event a rewarding experience. We would not be the strong organization we are without your help. Please enjoy the conference!

Your Casualty Actuarial Society


The CAS seeks to do its utmost to provide equal access to its participants with disabilities in accordance with State and Federal Law. Due to the CAS’s limited resources, CAS staff may be required to discuss your reasonable accommodation with you in order to attempt to meet your needs. The conference offers a variety of services to help you enjoy your CAS experience, including:

  • Accessibility requests during the registration process.
  • Sign Language interpreters upon request.
  • Please provide notice as soon as possible, but no later than 30 days prior to the start of the event.
  • Reserved disability seating for:
    • Seat in Line / End of Row Accommodations
    • Proximity / 50 ft. to Screen for visual/lip-reading access.
    • Sightlines for access to the interpreter and other unique situations.

We have the ability to create custom accommodations as needed. For any specific needs, please contact

How to get there
Transportation Information

The Marriott St. Louis Grand is located approximately 14 miles from the St. Louis Lambert International Airport. The airport code is STL and their website is:

Parking per overnight

  • Self: $30
  • Valet: $44

For driving directions to the hotel, please visit the “Getting Here” section of the hotel website:

There is a convenient MetroLink that goes from the airport to the 8th & Pine Station, a 3 minute walk from the hotel. More information about MetroLink can be found on their website.

It is also recommended to have Uber, Lyft, or another ride sharing app to get around the city.


Not from around here?
U.S. Visa Information

We highly recommend reviewing the U.S. Department of State website for the most up-to-date guidelines for foreign nationals (not a U.S. citizen). Depending on your country of origin, your visa application could take several months to schedule and process, so please plan accordingly.

For conference attendees:

A foreign national traveling to the United States to conduct temporary business needs a visitor visa (B-1) unless qualifying for entry under the Visa Waiver Program.

For family members:

A foreign national traveling to the United States for tourism needs a visitor visa (B-2) unless qualifying for entry under the Visa Waiver Program. Tourism is a short visit for vacation, for visiting family and friends, or for medical treatment.

If you need a letter confirming your registration at the 2022 CAS Annual Meeting for the purposes of a visa application, please contact

Take me out to the ball game
Baseball Meetup

September 18, 2022

We can't wait to see you all in person at the CLRS in St. Louis! An extra bonus for those arriving early, there's a Cardinals game on Sunday, September 18. We have setup a meetup group for CLRS members to chat online for those interested in heading to the game together.

Have Some Free Time?
Suggestions for Things to Do in St. Louis

Have some free time in St. Louis? Check out these nearby attractions before or after the conference!

Get a bird’s eye view from the Gateway Arch

Take a 630-foot ride to the top of this world-famous stainless steel monument for the finest views in the Gateway City. While you’re there, be sure to make time to explore the on-site museum, which traces over 200 years of our region’s history in six themed exhibit areas. Visitors to the Gateway Arch National Park can also hop aboard a 19th century paddle-wheel boat replica for a narrated cruise down the mighty Mississippi.

Spend a night out on the town

Looking for a fun night out? Check out the sports-anchored entertainment district in the heart of downtown’s Ballpark Village! Head to The Grove and take your pick of some of the hottest bars in St. Louis in this up-and-coming neighborhood. Out west, fun-seekers can also go for dinner, drinks and a show at Westport Plaza’s 42-acre entertainment district. Looking for something upscale? Check out the area’s trendiest boutiques and upscale dining establishments in Clayton and the Central West End. If live music is your thing, Soulard boasts some of the best blues venues in town.

All aboard at St. Louis Union Station

St. Louis Union Station was once one of the largest and busiest passenger rail terminals in the world, helping move passengers from the east coast to the western part of the United States. Today it is home to more than 13,000 animals at the St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station, the 200-foot St. Louis Wheel, a carousel, an 18-hole mini-golf course, the mirror maze, a ropes course, the train park, and several restaurants to go along with the St. Louis Union Station Hotel. While you’re there, don’t miss the Grand Hall Light Show, which airs daily from 5 to 10 p.m. Laser lights dance on the 65-foot barrel-vaulted ceiling of the historic train station lobby, narrated by famous St. Louisans, including Jon Hamm, Bob Costas, Dan Dierdorf and Joe Buck. Grab a cocktail at the bar, sit back and enjoy the show.

Raise a pint to St. Louis’ brewing history

St. Louis is overflowing with breweries, from world-famous Anheuser-Busch to small craft producers. At A-B, visitors may choose from a number of tour experiences. You can visit the Clydesdales, learn to brew beer and take a behind-the-scenes VIP look at the brewing operations. As the city’s first craft brewery since prohibition, Schlafly is a St. Louis stalwart, offering great beer and great food at four area locations. With two locations in St. Louis – Midtown and The Grove – plus one in Germany, Urban Chestnut pours beers made with old-world techniques in a modern style. At 4 Hands Brewing Co., which is within walking distance to Busch Stadium, choose from a core lineup of lagers, ryes and ales, or pick a seasonal pour. Looking for a hidden gem? Try Narrow Gauge, which is tucked into an Italian restaurant in Florissant and sought after for its creative small-batch brews.

Have an animal encounter at the Zoo

Get up close and personal with the furry, the flying and the fishy creatures of the Saint Louis Zoo. One of the city’s many free attractions, the Saint Louis Zoo has been recognized as one of the nation’s leading zoological parks.

Stroll through the Missouri Botanical Garden

Explore 79 acres of lush gardens, landscape architecture, greenhouses and conservatories at the oldest botanical garden in the United States. Wander through collections of botanical and horticultural plants among beautiful fountains and statuary. Visit the Climatron for a real rainforest experience featuring magnificent waterfalls, tropical birds and exotic plants like bananas, cacao, coffee bushes and orchids.

Try your luck at one of St. Louis’ area casinos

In addition to all your favorite video poker games and classic table games like craps, blackjack, roulette and baccarat, each casino has something unique to offer visitors. Take in an intimate show at the luxurious Horseshoe St. Louis theatre located less than a 10 minute ride from the hotel.

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