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The Actuary The magazine of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries
Friday 22 March 2019
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Opinion

  • A gold standardAs big data and artificial intelligence collide with deep social and environmental trends, the world is looking to skilled professionals, bound by a code of ethics, to safely navigate these turbulent times.
  • March of progressWhy did mobile phones become so necessary? Why did we stop posting letters and start sending emails?
  • The computer will see you nowGeorge Burton asks whether the hype around AI in healthcare is merited and if so, how could it affect the role of future actuaries?

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PREDICTIONS - Summer 2017

Challenging the way we think

Welcome to the second issue of Predictions, a supplement produced by The Actuary magazine, and sponsored by Aon. Political events around the world over the past year have set us on a different course. But with change comes opportunity, and that has never been so true as it is today, with the capabilities technology can offer. In this issue we explore this idea with a focus on modelling.


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PREDICTIONS


Welcome to the first issue of Predictions, a supplement and dedicated microsite produced by The Actuary magazine, and sponsored by Willis Towers Watson, exploring the challenges and new opportunities technology presents for the financial sector and the actuarial profession.


Predictions


Small Space

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Jobs and careers

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Careers AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  • The computer will see you nowGeorge Burton asks whether the hype around AI in healthcare is merited and if so, how could it affect the role of future actuaries?
  • Out of the echo chamberChika Aghadiuno on the importance of allowing our views to be challenged
  • Wise heads, helping handsAfter a successful pilot early last year, the IFoA's Buddy System launched in November 2018. Dawn McIntosh describes how the scheme, which is based on members volunteering to provide support free of charge, has progressed so far
  • Guiding starSpeaking to Chika Aghadiuno, Daisy Coke reflects on a life at the vanguard of the Jamaican actuarial profession
  • A seat at the tablePauline Gordon, Monica Ho, Lesley-Ann Morgan, Reena Thakkar and Theny Thiagarajan discuss why so few women work in senior finance roles and how this might be addressed

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Webinars 

DELOITTE AND FIS WEBINAR – DE-RISKING IFRS 17 IMPLEMENTATION

Speakers:

Richard Marshall, Consulting Partner, Deloitte UK

Oscar Weafer, Director of Risk Solutions Management and Strategy at FIS

Abuzarr Kotadia
Actuarial Senior Manager, Deloitte UK


De-Risking IFRS 17

PRIIPS PITFALLS AND EFFICIENCIES, COMBINING TECHNOLOGY AND EXPERTISE

Speakers:

George McCutcheon, Research Director, Financial Risk Solutions (FRS)
John O’Donnell, Director, Regulatory Services, KPMG

PRIIPs WEBINAR ON DEMAND

OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNIT LINKED MATCHING - ON PREMISES OR IN THE CLOUD

Speakers:

Naomi Burger, Partner, Deloitte

George McCutcheon, Research Director, Financial Risk Solutions (FRS)

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