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The Actuary The magazine of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries
Thursday 22 February 2018
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Opinion

  • Inspiring aspirationsThe end of one year and the start of another is a time when many of us reflect on what we have achieved and what we've still not checked off the list of the previous year's aspirations. It is only when we look back that we truly appreciate how much we have accomplished and experienced in the year.
  • Taking stock to focus on the futureJanuary is when I take stock of where we have been, and think about where we are going. On reflection, I am very proud of the progress we made in 2017, against a backdrop of global uncertainty and unprecedented continuing political change. Being a relatively small profession, our agility enables us to not only weather the storm but also to harness uncertainties as an opportunity for innovation and positive change. Last year was the first full year with our refreshed strategy, which seeks to ensure the sust
  • Cyber: don't catch your tail in the doorInsurers and reinsurers should transact in cyber risk now to gain the advantage in this class of business, says Tom Johansmeyer
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.


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Jobs and careers

Careers AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  • Microinsurance on a macro scaleWhy isn't microinsurance fulfilling its potential? Scott Swanay, April Li, Keith Lau and Tom Johansmeyer look at some of the challenges involved and how they can be overcome
  • Supervised space for innovation testingChristopher Woolard lifts the lid on the Financial Conduct Authority's regulatory sandbox, which allows firms to try out their innovative products and services in a live environment
  • Take charge of your own destinyYanum Venkatrathnam, chair of a panel discussion on career ownership at the IFoA Asia Conference, recalls how panelists John Chen, Mark Saunders and KaMan Wong all agreed that taking the initiative pays off
  • A missing antidote to terrorismDr Rachel Anne Carter and Dan Kaszeta explain how actuaries can assess the risk of terrorism and make decisions on cover
  • Are you a pusher or a puller?Ally Yates explains how to use the right strategy for the right situation when negotiating and influencing

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LESSONS FROM PRIIPS IMPLEMENTATIONS & UPDATE ON ESA PRIIPS Q&AS

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

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PRIIPS PITFALLS AND EFFICIENCIES, COMBINING TECHNOLOGY AND EXPERTISE

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

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Naomi Burger, Partner, Deloitte

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

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