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The Actuary The magazine of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries
Sunday 23 July 2017
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Opinion

  • Turning uncertainty into opportunityIn political terms, we certainly are living in interesting and unpredictable times. As a profession we have spent the past five years building our public affairs reputation through helping policymakers understand uncertainty.
  • Going globalIn a world that is increasingly interconnected we have seen the profession take great strides to grow, better serving members and stakeholders, wherever they are based around the globe.
  • Animal spirits' vs the efficient market hypothesisAlex Waite asks whether actuaries are evolving to remain relevant in their economic predictions
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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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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COUNCIL ELECTIONS

Voting is currently open for the IFoA’s 2017 Council elections and all eligible voters are encouraged to have their say. Those eligible to vote should have received a voting form via email.

This is a prime opportunity to take an active role in helping to build a Council that supports the future of your profession. Click here for the list of candidate profiles.

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Webinars 

PRIIPS PITFALLS AND EFFICIENCIES, COMBINING TECHNOLOGY AND EXPERTISE

Speakers:

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

John O’Donnell, Director, Regulatory Services, KPMG

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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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