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INDEX 2007

AUTHOR INDEX AITCHISON, Louise
Pensions Regulator shows its teeth September:31
AKHTAR, Irfan
The appliance of (actuarial) science
(student page) July:42
ANONYMOUS
Minimum minimum levels of mortality
improvement June:37
Walking in fear of one another? (letters) March:4-6
ASHER, Anthony
An apology due to Brendan McBride
(letters) March:4-6
ATKINSON, Martyn
Public sector pensions (letters) June:4-6
AUSTIN, Roger
Solvency II QIS3 issues
(with BOWSER, Marcus) November:32-33
BELL, Peter
Means-testing (letters) June:4-6
BOOTH, Philip
Pensions around the world (with JUURIKKALA,
Oskari; and SILVER, Nick) May:24-25
BOWIE, Ronnie
New strategy/new structure September:34-35
BOWSER, Marcus
Risk and value (with MACDONALD, John) March:20-21
Solvency II QIS3 issues
(with AUSTIN, Roger) November:32-33
BOYLE, Phelim
A note on notation December:46
BRAMHAM, Timothy
The kit of death (letters) September:5-6
BRUCE, Neil
How extreme is your scenario? April:28-29
BURMEISTER, Curt
Integrating assets and liabilities in a consistent
framework (with SHER, Martin) September:26-28
BUTT, Zoltan
Calculating compensation for loss of future earnings
(with HABERMAN, Steven; VERRALL, Richard;
and WASS, Victoria) December:41
BYWATER, James
International recruitment programmes July:24
CALDER, Sally
What to expect from exam counselling July:37
CARNE, Simon
The transparent actuary May:28
CARR, Peter
Thomas Young, a pioneer actuary September:40
CARROLL, Patrick
Fertility assumptions April:30-31
The breast cancer epidemic November:30-31
CHALK, Alan
Communication? (letters) June:4-6
CHAMBERLAIN, Andrew
The Actuaries’ Code (editorial) October:3
CHAMBERLAIN, Harvey
Life modelling techniques in banking June:22
CHAN, Margaret
Offshoring a source of sustainable competitive
advantage? July:32-33
CHARLES, John
QIS3 implications for general insurance
(with ROEST, Ming) June:34-35
CHATTERJEE, Tushar
New drugs, old drugs, and expected future lifetime
(with WATERS, Howard; MACDONALD, Angus;
and ROCHE, Edward) December:44-45
CLARK, Andy
London Market trends January/February:24-25
CLARKSON, Robert
The equity/bond controversy March:22-23
COCKBURN, Jim
Lifetime mortgage products
(with YOUNG, John) June:38
COLLINSON, David
A day in the life of a pension fund buyout
actuary July:38
CONNOR, John
Global warming and insurance products June:30
COODE, Bernard J
Equitable Life (letters) September:5-6
COOK, Hannah
Your profession needs you! January/February:33
COX, Andrew
Modelling severity distributions December:32-33
CREEDON, Seamus
Associate or fellow? March:26-28
Chick lits June:42
CROCKFORD, Wendy
Meanwhile in the Andes May:34-35
DAVIS, Pete
Mortality projections the library
(letters) September:5-6
Regulating US insurance (letters) January/February:4
DAWS, Christopher
Pension funds and companies:
friends or foes? May:22-23
DAYKIN, Chris
First female actuary (letters) November:4-6
DEANE, Sandie
Putting UK pensions into a global
context August:24-25
DHANANI, Jinita
One year later (with SHAH, Priya; SHAH, Syed Nasir;
SINGH, Harmeet; and TANNA, Janki) October:32-33
DIGGINS, Dan
Alternative assets: are they an option for
life insurers? October:20-21
DOWNES, Jon
Study culture (with JONES, Adrian) July:34
DRABLOES, Audra
Associate status (letters) October:4
DUMBRECK, Nick
Aspirations for the new year January/February:38
‘Raising our game’ revisited October:40
Serving the public interest June:43
Support for the future
(with RITCHIE, Stewart) August:26-27
DUNCAN, Fred
Part VII transfers part 2 (with STOKER, Andrew;
GUIJARRO, Philippe; and WILKINSON, Helen)
January/February:26-27
EDWARDS, Matthew
Accumulations of disorder March:36
Actuarial indulgence (letters) June:4-6
ELLISON, Robin
Public and private pensions May:21
EU, Jean
The great calculator controversy
(student page) August:36
The life story of an exam paper part 1
(student page) May:38
The life story of an exam paper part 2
(student page) June:40
EVANS, Debra
FIA* or FFA* status (letters) July:4-6
FAGELSON, Ian
Banking and insurance contracts September:38
FROST, Alan
Cha Cha Char September:40
Good evening, Vicar March:37
Here and there July:39
Multimedia November:40
Quot homines, tot sententiae January/February:35
South American notes May:34
The clef of the universes April:40
GADD, Simon
Bulk buyouts are not just for Christmas
(with MAHTANI, Lisa) January/February:28-29 GARDNER, Lyndsey
US asbestos is the future looking brighter?
(with NEWBURY, Karen) June:26-28
GETTINS, Janette
CHAS January/February:19
GIRI, Biresh
Actuarial KPO in India March:34-35
GOODENOUGH, Paul
GIRO 2007 between Horace and a hard
place December:34-35
GORDON, Ian
Risk and conflict management for scheme
actuaries August:20-21
GOSDEN, Matthew
Variable annuities (with LOH, Mark) June:24-26
GREEN, Solomon
Discontinuing reality (letters) January/February:4
School maths (letters) May:4-6
GRENHAM, Dermot
Avoiding sex discrimination in insurance
premiums September:36-37
Life expectancy in animals June:32-33
GROVES, Robert
Associate status (letters) August:4-6
GUIJARRO, Philippe
Part VII transfers part 2 (with STOKER,
Andrew; DUNCAN, Fred; and WILKINSON,
Helen) January/February:26-27
HABERMAN, Steven
Calculating compensation for loss of future
earnings (with BUTT, Zoltan; VERRALL,
Richard; and WASS, Victoria) December:41
HALL, Michael
That all-purpose pensions report delete as
applicable (student page) June:40
HENDRIE, Simon
Reinventing insurance November:34-35
HEWITT, Martin
Pandemics (with WOOLNOUGH, Keith) March:24
HILL, John
Dealing for dummies January/February:30-31
HUGHFF, Victor
FRS17 (letters) June:4-6
FRS17 and the fabulous 50s (letters) March:4-6
HUNTER, David
Credit-based structured products March:25-27
IQBAL, Icki
On Equitable (letters) April:4-6
JEWELL, Jim
Public service pensions (letters) August:4-6
JOHNSON, David
2007 a year of challenge for
trustees November:28-29
JOHNSON, Paul
Spread-betting and reserving
techniques October:28-29
JONES, Adrian
Study culture (with DOWNES, Jon) July:34
JUURIKKALA, Oskari
Pensions around the world (with BOOTH, Philip;
and SILVER, Nick) May:24-25
KELLIHER, Patrick
Comparing bank and life insurer risks
December:42-43
KELLY, Paul
Age discrimination in Europe November:24
KENNA, Ivor
Faculty independence (letters) June:4-6
Stockmarket slump (letters) October:4
KENNEDY, Paul
The Professional Oversight Board March:32-33
KHAN, Mohammad
In favour of student placements
(with SHAH, Gauri) November:39
KIPLING, Mike
Why actuaries got it right (letters) May:4-6
KISSOON, Alvin
Does SIAS matter? November:36-37
KRAMER, Stephen
Influenza pandemics: time for a reality check?
(with WOOLNOUGH, Keith) December:30-31
LAM, Mai
FIA* status (letters) June:4-6
LIM, Kenneth
Exam timetables (letters) August:4-6
LIN, May
Using executive share scheme options as
incentives October:30-31
LINNELL, David
Some actuarial answers (letters) March:4-6
LOADER, Derek
When actuaries were actuaries (letters) May:4-6
LOH, Mark
Variable annuities (with GOSDEN, Matthew)
June:24-26
LOVETT, Colum
Branching out to Bermuda January/February:22
LU, Joseph
Mortality market (letters) July:4-6
MACDONALD, Angus
New drugs, old drugs, and expected future
lifetime (with CHATTERJEE, Tushar; ROCHE,
Edward; WATERS, Howard) December:44-45
MACDONALD, John
Risk and value (with BOWSER, Marcus) March:20-21
MAHTANI, Lisa
Bulk buyouts are not just for Christmas
(with GADD, Simon) January/February:28-29
MAINI, Sanchit
The flaw in batting averages
(with NARAYANAN, Sumit) May:30-31
MAJEED, Rizwan
Exam demand (letters) May:4-6
MARSHALL, Alan
More cricket (letters) July:4-6
MAYNARD, Trevor
Climate change the past is a good guide to
the future! September:22-23
The CASE for research April:38-39
MCADAM, Stuart
Actuaries and executive coaching July:28-29
MCBRIDE, Brendan
Code of conduct (letters) November:4-6
Scottish actuarial independence and the
Declaration of Arbroath (editorial) May:3
MCGREGOR, Robbie
The Designated Professional Body August:29
MCKAY, Patrick
Abortion and breast cancer (letters) December:4-6
MCLEAN, Derek
The Actuary and chick lit (letters) August:4-6
The importance of democracy (letters)
December:4-6
MCMURRAY, Jonathan
We actuarially went to Mongolia December:23
MIALL, Mark
Equities and bonds (letters) May:4-6
MILLS, Steve
Doctor Who and the story of the pensions
projections October:26-27
MORGAN, Kathryn
Black swans August:33
MORRISON, Steven
Advances in risk management systems of life
insurers (with SARJEANT, Martin)
September:28-30
MOOSMANN, Martina
Funded reinsurance
(with SOLOMON, Greg) August:32
MORRELL, Guy
Property renaissance
or bubble? (revisited) October:24-25
MUSTON, Dominic
Health economics April:36-37
NANDHA, Kumar
Solvency II the IT perspective
(with WARRIOR, Rama) April:25-27
NARAYANAN, Sumit
The flaw in batting averages
(with MAINI, Sanchit) May:30-31
NAUGHTON, Philip
SIPPS beyond regulation August:22
NELSON, James
Public service pensions (letters) September:5-6
NEWBURY, Karen
US asbestos is the future looking brighter?
(with GARDNER, Lyndsey) June:26-28
NOLAN, Hugh
For he’s a jolly good fellow (letters) November:4-6
OSBORN-BARKER, Tony
The next issue (letters) October:4
POLLACK, Simon
Getting a fizzle for your buck? June:36-37
How special are we? (letters) November:4-6
PRYOR, Louise
Swimming against the tide (letters) October:4
RAMACHANDRAN, Venkatakrishnan
Policy trading right for developing
markets? October:22-23
RECORD, Neil
Public sector pensions May:26-27
REYNOLDS, Ian
Actuarial WAGs (letters) April:4-6
REYNOLDS, Paul
The last valuation December:47
RHODES, Nicholas
Good rules vs bad rules (letters) April:4-6
RICHARDS, Stephen
Understanding pensioner longevity
November:26-27
RIDSDALE, Brian
From projections to forecasts? April:32-33
Mortality and longevity (letters) May:4-6
Wainwright memorial walk November:40
RITCHIE, Stewart
Spring round-up April:46
Support for the future
(with DUMBRECK, Nick) August:26-27
The joys of continuous learning December:52
The times they are a-changin’ August:40
ROCHE, Edward
New drugs, old drugs, and expected future
lifetime (with CHATTERJEE, Tushar; MACDONALD,
Angus; WATERS, Howard) December:44-45
ROEST, Ming
QIS3 implications for general insurance
(with CHARLES, John) June:34-35
ROWLINSON, Mark
Equities, bonds, and FRS17 (letters) June:4-6
SANDOM, Kent
Actuaries’ need for investment strategy
(letters) December:4-6
SARJEANT, Martin
Advances in risk management systems of life
insurers (with MORRISON, Steven)
September:28-30
SAUNDERS, John Broome
Mortality projections (letters) September:5-6
SENNETT, Nick
Flawed? (letters) July:4-6
SEYMOUR, Paul
The BAS conceptual framework December:36
SHAH, Gauri
In favour of student placements
(with KHAN, Mohammad) November:39
SHAH, Hiten
NLP tools for effective management July:30-31
SHAH, Priya
One year later (with SHAH, Syed Nasir;
DHANANI, Jinita; SINGH, Harmeet; and
TANNA, Janki) October:32-33
SHAH, Syed Nasir
One year later (with SHAH, Priya; DHANANI,
Jinita; SINGH, Harmeet; and TANNA, Janki)
October:32-33
SHARP, Clifford
Clarification (letters) September:5-6
Council composition (letters) November:4-6
ELAS assessment (letters) May:4-6
Personal accounts (letters) August:4-6
SHARP, Gordon
Mortality projections the ‘library’ August:29
SHER, Martin
Integrating assets and liabilities in a consistent
framework (with BURMEISTER, Curt)
September:26-28
SILVER, Nick
Climate change and actuaries November:38
Managing carbon risk September:24-25
Pensions around the world (with BOOTH,
Philip; and JUURIKKALA, Oskari) May:24-25
SINGH, Harmeet
One year later (with SHAH, Priya; SHAH,
Syed Nasir; DHANANI, Jinita; and
TANNA, Janki) October:32-33
SKINNER, Alex
Tanaka January/February:32
SKWIRE, Daniel
Shylock: the underwriter? October:35
SLATER, Andrew
The Origin of Wealth (letters) November:4-6
SLOAN, Ronnie
Pensions compensation April:24
SMART, Fraser
Memorable Munros August:34-35
SMITH, Andrew
Adjudication 210 (letters) March:4-6
The origin of wealth October:34
SMITH, Harry
On letters 1 (letters) April:4-6
SOLOMON, Greg
Funded reinsurance
(with MOOSMANN, Martina) August:32
SPINK, Karen
International recruitment January/February:20-21
STEEL, Robert
Faculty independence (letters) August:4-6
STEWART, Colin
Alternative ways to wind up (letters) March:4-6
STOKER, Andrew
Part VII transfers part 2
(with GUIJARRO, Philippe; DUNCAN, Fred;
and WILKINSON, Helen) January/February:26-27
SWEETING, Paul
The market for mortality May:32-33
The prospects for a market for
mortality August:30-31
SYKES, Andrew
Actuaries and permitted links
a new world August:23
TANNA, Janki
One year later (with SHAH, Priya;
SHAH, Syed Nasir; DHANANI, Jinita;
and SINGH, Harmeet) October:32-33
THOMAS, Robert J
Public sector pensions (letters) July:4-6
THORNTON, MD
1320 and all that (letters) August:4-6
TOMPKINS, Peter
Council composition (letters) December:4-6
Insulting actuarialness (letters) March:4-6
Matching trend to trend (letters) December:4-6
On long division (letters) April:4-6
TRAVERSO, Lesley
Planning for employment overseas July:26-27
VALOIS, Margaret de
Actuarielle (editorial) September:3
Actuary, not responsible (editorial)
January/February:3
Big birds and little pups (editorial) April:3
Diet diaries (editorial) June:3
Educating actuaries (editorial) November:3
On qualifying (editorial) August:3
On the board actuary (editorial) July:3
Relationships, who needs ‘em? I’m an actuary!
(editorial) March:3
The well-dressed actuary (editorial) December:3
VERRALL, Richard
Calculating compensation for loss of future
earnings (with BUTT, Zoltan; HABERMAN,
Steven; and WASS, Victoria) December:41
WARD, Frank
Actuaries and justice (letters) May:4-6
Dumbing down (letters) August:4-6
Professional integrity (letters) October:4
WARD, Jeff
Dream data June:31
WARRIOR, Rama
Solvency II the IT perspective
(with NANDHA, Kumar) April:25-27
WASS, Victoria
Calculating compensation for loss of future
earnings (with BUTT, Zoltan; HABERMAN,
Steven; and VERRALL, Richard) December:41
WATERS, Howard
New drugs, old drugs, and expected future
lifetime (with CHATTERJEE, Tushar; MACDONALD, Angus; ROCHE, Edward) December:44-45
WATKINS, Trevor
Agonies (student page) July:42
University accreditation scheme
one year on July:36
WHELAN, Shane
Orthodox investment advice/controversial
actuarial advice (letters) April:4-6
WILKINSON, Helen
Part VII transfers part 2 (with STOKER,
Andrew; GUIJARRO, Philippe; and DUNCAN,
Fred)
January/February:26-27
WOLAK, Dan
Excess reinsurance treaty considerations
December:28-29
WOOLFORD, Graham
Student, know thyself: a tale of two sittings
(student page) November:44
WOOLNOUGH, Keith
Influenza pandemics: time for a reality check?
(with KRAMER, Stephen) December:30-31
Pandemics (with HEWITT, Martin) March:24
WRIGHT, PW
Michael Bright December:4-6
On letters 2 April:4-6
YANG, Sunny
FRS17 and the after-affects again
(letters) January/February:4
YOUNG, John
Lifetime mortgage products
(with COCKBURN, Jim) June:38
ZEGLEMAN, Arthur
Faculty 150th a review March:39
SUBJECT INDEX ACADEMIA
MAYNARD, Trevor
The CASE for research April:38-39
ACTION GROUP FOR BANKING
CHAMBERLAIN, Harvey
Life modelling techniques in banking June:22
COCKBURN, Jim and YOUNG, John
Lifetime mortgage products June:38
COLLINSON, David
A day in the life of a pension fund buyout
actuary July:38
FAGELSON, Ian
Banking and insurance contracts September:38
KELLIHER, Patrick
Comparing bank and life insurer risks
December:42-43
SOLOMON, Greg and MOOSMANN, Martina
Funded reinsurance August:32
ACTUARIAL PROFESSION
BOWIE, Ronnie
New strategy/new structure September:34-35
CREEDON, Seamus
Associate or fellow? March:26-28
KENNEDY, Paul
The Professional Oversight Board March:32-33
KISSOON, Alvin
Does SIAS matter? November:36-37
MCGREGOR, Robbie
The Designated Professional Body August:29
RITCHIE, Stewart and DUMBRECK, Nick
Support for the future August:26-27
SEYMOUR, Paul
The BAS conceptual framework December:36
SHAH, Priya; SHAH, Syed Nasir; DHANANI,
Jinita; SINGH, Harmeet; and TANNA, Janki
One year later October:32-33
ACTUARY OF THE FUTURE
AH-SUN, Daniel May:35
CENTURY, David August:37
CONNOR, John March:39
GOODHEAD, James September:41
HATCHETT, Jon April:43
KISSOON, Alvin November:23
LYONS, Julian June:41
POYNER, Mark December:49
WHITEHOUSE, Natalie October:18
BIBLIOFILE
CARR, Peter
Thomas Young, a pioneer actuary September:40
EDWARDS, Matthew
Accumulations of disorder March:36
MORGAN, Kathryn
Black swans August:33
SMITH, Andrew
The origin of wealth October:34
COMPENSATION
BUTT, Zoltan; HABERMAN, Steven;
VERRALL, Richard; and WASS, Victoria
Calculating compensation for loss of future
earnings December:41
DEMOGRAPHICS
CARROLL, Patrick
Fertility assumptions April:30-31
EDITORIAL
CHAMBERLAIN, Andrew
The Actuaries’ Code October:3
MCBRIDE, Brendan
Scottish actuarial independence and the
Declaration of Arbroath May:3
VALOIS, Margaret de
Actuarielle September:3
Actuary, not responsible January/February:3
Big birds and little pups April:3
Diet diaries June:3
Educating actuaries November:3
On qualifying August:3
On the board actuary July:3
Relationships, who needs ‘em? I’m
an actuary! March:3
The well-dressed actuary December:3
EDUCATION
CALDER, Sally
What to expect from exam counselling July:37
COOK, Hannah
Your profession needs you! January/February:33
DOWNES, Jon and JONES, Adrian
Study culture July:34
SHAH, Gauri and KHAN, Mohammad
In favour of student placements November:39
SKINNER, Alex
Tanaka January/February:32
WATKINS, Trevor
University accreditation scheme
one year on July:36
ENVIRONMENT
CONNOR, John
Global warming and insurance products June:30
MAYNARD, Trevor
Climate change the past is a good guide to
the future! September:22-23
SILVER, Nick
Climate change and actuaries November:38
Managing carbon risk September:24-25
FACULTY 150
GETTINS, Janette
CHAS January/February:19
ZEGLEMAN, Arthur
Faculty 150th a review March:39
FROSTY THE SHOWMAN
FROST, Alan
Cha Cha Char September:40
Good evening, Vicar March:37
Here and there July:39
Multimedia November:40
Quot homines, tot sententiae January/February:35
South American notes May:34
The clef of the universes April:40
GENERAL INSURANCE
ROEST, Ming and CHARLES, John
QIS3 implications for general insurance
June:34-35
CONNOR, John
Global warming and insurance products June:30
COX, Andrew
Modelling severity distributions December:32-33
GARDNER, Lyndsey and NEWBURY, Karen
US asbestos is the future looking brighter?
June:26-28
GOODENOUGH, Paul
GIRO 2007 between Horace and a
hard place December:34-35
JOHNSON, Paul
Spread-betting and reserving
techniques October:28-29
POLLACK, Simon
Getting a fizzle for your buck? June:36-37
WARD, Jeff
Dream data June:31
GENERAL INTEREST
BOYLE, Phelim
A note on notation December:46
MAINI, Sanchit and NARAYANAN, Sumit
The flaw in batting averages May:30-31
RIDSDALE, Brian
Wainwright memorial walk November:40
SMART, Fraser
Memorable Munros August:34-35
HEALTH
CARROLL, Patrick
The breast cancer epidemic November:30-31
CHATTERJEE, Tushar; WATERS, Howard;
MACDONALD, Angus; and ROCHE, Edward
New drugs, old drugs, and expected future
lifetime December:44-45
MUSTON, Dominic
Health economics April:36-37
IN THE HOT SEAT
CHAMBERLAIN, Harvey
Life modelling techniques in banking June:22
COCKBURN, Jim and YOUNG, John
Lifetime mortgage products June:38
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
BURMEISTER, Curt and SHER, Martin
Integrating assets and liabilities in a consistent
framework September:26-27
SARJEANT, Martin and MORRISON, Steven
Advances in risk management systems of life
insurers September:28-30
INSURANCE
FAGELSON, Ian
Banking and insurance contracts September:38
GRENHAM, Dermot
Avoiding sex discrimination in insurance
premiums September:36-37
STOKER, Andrew; GUIJARRO, Philippe;
DUNCAN, Fred; andWILKINSON, Helen
Part VII transfers part 2 January/February:26-27
INTERNATIONAL
CHAN, Margaret
Offshoring a source of sustainable
competitive advantage? July:32-33
GARDNER, Lyndsey and NEWBURY, Karen
US asbestos is the future looking brighter?
June:26-28
GIRI, Biresh
Actuarial KPO in India March:34-35
HENDRIE, Simon
Reinventing insurance November:34-35
INVESTMENT
CLARKSON, Robert
The equity/bond controversy March:22-23
DEANE, Sandie
Putting UK pensions into a global
context August:24-25
DIGGINS, Dan
Alternative assets: are they an option for
life insurers? October:20-21
HUNTER, David
Credit-based structured products March:25-27
MORRELL, Guy
Property renaissance
or bubble? (revisited) October:24-25
NAUGHTON, Philip
SIPPS beyond regulation August:22
POLLACK, Simon
Getting a fizzle for your buck? June:36-37
RAMACHANDRAN, Venkatakrishnan
Policy trading right for developing
markets? October:22-23
SILVER, Nick
Managing carbon risk September:24-25
SYKES, Andrew
Actuaries and permitted links
a new world August:23
LEGISLATION
AUSTIN, Roger and BOWSER, Marcus
Solvency II QIS3 issues November:32-33
KELLY, Paul
Age discrimination in Europe November:24
LETTERS
ANONYMOUS
Walking in fear of one another? March:4
ATKINSON, Martyn
Public sector pensions June:4-6
BELL, Peter
Means-testing June:4-6
BRAMHAM, Timothy
The kit of death September:5-6
CHALK, Alan
Communication? June:4-6
COODE, Bernard J
Equitable Life September:5-6
DAVIS, Pete
Mortality projections the librarySeptember:5-6
Regulating US insurance January/February:4
DAYKIN, Chris
First female actuary November:4-6
DRABLOES, Audra
Associate status October:4
EDWARDS, Matthew
Actuarial indulgence June:4-6
EVANS, Debra
FIA* or FFA* status July:4-6
GREEN, Solomon
Discontinuing reality January/February:4
School maths May:4-6 GROVES, Robert
Associate status August:4-6
HUGHFF, Victor
FRS17 and the fabulous 50s March:4-6
IQBAL, Icki
On Equitable April:4-6
JEWELL, Jim
Public service pensions August:4-6
KENNA, Ivor
Faculty independence June:4-6
Stockmarket slump October:4
KIPLING, Mike
Why actuaries got it right May:4-6
LAM, Mai
FIA* status June:4-6
LIM, Kenneth
Exam timetables August:4-6
LINNELL, David
Some actuarial answers March:4-6
LOADER, Derek
When actuaries were actuaries May:4-6
LU, Joseph
Mortality market July:4-6
MAJEED, Rizwan
Exam demand May:4-6
MARSHALL, Alan
More cricket July:4-6
MCBRIDE, Brendan
Code of conduct November:4-6
MCKAY, Patrick
Abortion and breast cancer December:4-6
MCLEAN, Derek
The Actuary and chick lit August:4-6
The importance of democracy December:4-6
MIALL, Mark
Equities and bonds May:4-6
NELSON, James
Public service pensions September:5-6
NOLAN, Hugh
For he’s a jolly good fellow November:4-6
OSBORN-BARKER, Tony
The next issue October:4
POLLACK, Simon
How special are we? November:4-6
PRYOR, Louise
Swimming against the tide October:4
REYNOLDS, Ian
Actuarial WAGs April:4-6
RHODES, Nicholas
Good rules vs bad rules April:4-6
RIDSDALE, Brian
Mortality and longevity May:4-6
ROWLINSON, Mark
Equities, bonds, and FRS17 June:4-6
SANDOM, Kent
Actuaries’ need for investment strategy
December:4-6
SAUNDERS, John Broome
Mortality projections September:5-6
SENNETT, Nick
Flawed? July:4-6
SHARP, Clifford
Clarification September:5-6
Council composition November:4-6
ELAS assessment May:4-6
Personal accounts August:4-6
SLATER, Andrew
The Origin of Wealth November:4-6
SMITH, Andrew
Adjudication 210 March:4
SMITH, Harry
On letters 1 April:4-6
STEEL, Robert
Faculty independence August:4-6
STEWART, Colin
Alternative ways to wind up March:4-6
THOMAS, Robert J
Public sector pensions July:4-6
THORNTON, MD
1320 and all that August:4-6
TOMPKINS, Peter
Council composition December:4-6
Insulting actuarialness March:4
Matching trend to trend December:4-6
On long division April:4-6
WARD, Frank
Actuaries and justice May:4-6
Dumbing down August:4-6
Professional integrity October:4
WHELAN, Shane
Orthodox investment advice/controversial
actuarial advice April:4-6
WRIGHT, PW
Michael Bright December:4-6
On letters 2 April:4-6
YANG, Sunny
FRS17 and the after-affects again
January/February:4
LIFE INSURANCE
ANONYMOUS
Minimum minimum levels of mortality
improvement June:37
AUSTIN, Roger and BOWSER, Marcus
Solvency II QIS3 issues November:32-33
CARROLL, Patrick
The breast cancer epidemic November:30-31
GOSDEN, Matthew and LOH, Mark
Variable annuities June:24-26
HENDRIE, Simon
Reinventing insurance November:34-35
RAMACHANDRAN, Venkatakrishnan
Policy trading right for developing
markets? October:22-23
MANAGEMENT
CHAN, Margaret
Offshoring a source of sustainable
competitive advantage? July:32-33
DOWNES, Jon and JONES, Adrian
Study culture July:34
LIN, May
Using executive share scheme options as
incentives October:30-31
MCADAM, Stuart
Actuaries and executive coaching July:28-29
SHAH, Hiten
NLP tools for effective management July:30-31
MODELLING
BRUCE, Neil
How extreme is your scenario? April:28-29
BURMEISTER, Curt and SHER, Martin
Integrating assets and liabilities in a consistent
framework September:26-28
CHAMBERLAIN, Harvey
Life modelling techniques in banking June:22
COX, Andrew
Modelling severity distributions December:32-33
NANDHA, Kumar andWARRIOR, Rama
Solvency II the IT perspective April:25-27
MAYNARD, Trevor
Climate change the past is a good guide to
the future! September:22-23
SARJEANT, Martin and MORRISON, Steven
Advances in risk management systems of life
insurers September:28-30
MORTALITY
ANONYMOUS
Minimum minimum levels of mortality
improvement June:37
GRENHAM, Dermot
Life expectancy in animals June:32-33
RIDSDALE, Brian
From projections to forecasts? April:32-33
SHARP, Gordon
Mortality projections the ‘library’ August:29
SWEETING, Paul
The market for mortality May:32-33
The prospects for a market for
mortality August:30-31
OBITUARIES
ALLEYNE, Stephen November:22
ARTHUR, Jimmie July:22
ASHRIDGE, Katie July:21
BUDGE, Ruaridh M June:20
GIBB, James Robertson December:25
PESONEN, Erkki March:18
PINDER, Andrew David December:25
PENSIONS
AITCHISON, Louise
Pensions Regulator shows its teeth September:31
BOOTH, Philip; JUURIKKALA, Oskari;
and SILVER, Nick
Pensions around the world May:24-25
CARNE, Simon
The transparent actuary May:28
COLLINSON, David
A day in the life of a pension fund buyout
actuary July:38
DAWS, Christopher
Pension funds and companies: friends
or foes? May:22-23
DEANE, Sandie
Putting UK pensions into a global
context August:24-25
ELLISON, Robin
Public and private pensions May:21
GADD, Simon and MAHTANI, Lisa
Bulk buyouts are not just for Christmas
January/February:28-29
GORDON, Ian
Risk and conflict management for scheme
actuaries August:20-21
JOHNSON, David
2007 a year of challenge for
trustees November:28-29
KELLY, Paul
Age discrimination in Europe November:24
MILLS, Steve
Doctor Who and the story of the pensions
projections October:26-27
NAUGHTON, Philip
SIPPS beyond regulation August:22
RECORD, Neil
Public sector pensions May:26-27
REYNOLDS, Paul
The last valuation December:47
RICHARDS, Stephen
Understanding pensioner longevity
November:26-27
SLOAN, Ronnie
Pensions compensation April:24
PRESIDENTIAL AFTERWORD
DUMBRECK, Nick
Aspirations for the new year January/February:38
‘Raising our game’ revisited October:40
Serving the public interest June:43
RITCHIE, Stewart
Spring round-up April:46
The joys of continuous learning December:52
The times they are a-changin’ August:40
PROPERTY
MORRELL, Guy
Property renaissance
or bubble? (revisited) October:24-25
SYKES, Andrew
Actuaries and permitted links
a new world August:23
RECRUITMENT
CARROLL, Cathy
Darwin Rhodes July supplement:2
CLARK, Andy
London Market trends January/February:24-25
DAINTY, Mark
High Finance Actuarial July supplement:7
KAYE, Geraldine
GAAPS Actuarial July supplement:4
PITHIYA, Rupa
High Finance Actuarial July supplement:7
ROBBINS, Vince
Elliott Bauer Ltd July supplement:3
STEFAN, Michael
Hays Actuarial July supplement:6
WALSH, Paul
Acumen Resources July supplement:1
RECRUITMENT (INTERNATIONAL)
BYWATER, James
International recruitment programmes July:24
LOVETT, Colum
Branching out to Bermuda January/February:22
SPINK, Karen
International recruitment January/February:20-21
TRAVERSO, Lesley
Planning for employment overseas July:26-27
REINSURANCE
WOLAK, Dan
Excess reinsurance treaty considerations
December:28-29
WOOLNOUGH, Keith and KRAMER, Stephen
Influenza pandemics: time for a reality check?
December:30-31
RISK MANAGEMENT
BOWSER, Marcus and MACDONALD, John
Risk and value March:20-21
GORDON, Ian
Risk and conflict management for scheme
actuaries August:20-21
HILL, John
Dealing for dummies January/February:30-31
SKWIRE, Daniel
Shylock: the underwriter? October:35
SOLOMON, Greg and MOOSMANN, Martina
Funded reinsurance August:32
SOCIAL POLICY
HEWITT, Martin andWOOLNOUGH, Keith
Pandemics March:24
STUDENT PAGE
AKHTAR, Irfan
The appliance of (actuarial) science July:42
EU, Jean
The great calculator controversy August:36
The life story of an exam paper part 1 May:38
The life story of an exam paper part 2 June:40
HALL, Michael
That all-purpose pensions report delete
as applicable June:40
JEN & JEAN
FA FB FMe! what do I do now?
December:48
Fed up with being a student? Associate
yourself! September:44
WATKINS, Trevor
Agonies July:42
WOOLFORD, Graham
Student, know thyself: a tale of
two sittings November:44
TRAILBLAZER
BOWIE, Ronnie August:19
CLARK, Michael December:27
CROFTS, Helen September:39
MEANEY, Brid March:29
NEWTON, Derek June:39
PRYOR, Louise July:35
REYNOLDS, Ian October:19
SPEED, Cliff May:29
WAITES, Chris April:41
TRAVEL
CROCKFORD, Wendy
Meanwhile in the Andes May:34-35
MCMURRAY, Jonathan
We actuarially went to Mongolia December:23

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