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  • Diversity event - @Tom Campbell Embracing inclusivityAngela Darlington, Suki Sandhu, Michael Hastings,and Chika Aghadiuno speak to Richard Purcell and Chris Seekings about diversity, inclusivity and ways we can all drive change in our workplaces 13 April 2017
  • p32-33--financial-graph-and-virtual-human-iStock-645609968.png Actuaries in the age of AIBen Pring explains how artificial intelligence is likely to change every aspect of the insurance industry and what insurance firms can do to keep up 13 April 2017
  • p22-24-longivity-tree-ring-iStock-538650790.png Prolonging the longevity trendIt is well known that life expectancy has steadily and markedly increased over time in the UK. Many actuaries apparently take it as a natural law that the historic longevity trend will continue into the future. 13 April 2017
  • Pensioner in the lead Why retire?Anne Sander and Alan Finch look at the changing nature of life after work and ask if traditional forms of retirement are breaking down 05 November 2015
  • Ben Page Leading the pollsBen Page, chief executive of the UK's leading market research and polling firm, talks to Richard Purcell ahead of the Life Conference about predicting elections, going beyond big data, and observing human behaviour 05 November 2015
  • Agony aunt Agony actuary: Musicals and The Actuaries' CodeAgony actuary: Musicals and The Actuaries' Code 05 November 2015
  • Expressed Views Figure 1 The rise of custom calibrations in economic scenario generatorsCustom calibrations of economic scenario models are becoming more common, says Matthew Lightwood, and actuaries will have to use considerable forethought at the model selection stage 23 October 2015
  • Public Sector Pensions The changing world of public sector pensionsIn recent years defined benefit (DB) pension schemes in both the public and private sectors have witnessed increased focus on cost and governance. Allan Martin highlights some of the key changes made in public sector DB pensions related to administration, communications and actuarial aspects 23 October 2015
  • Margaret Snowdon A woman of influence; Margaret Snowdon OBEMargaret Snowdon OBE, a prominent figure in the pensions world, talks to Yvonne Wan and Jeremy Lee about her many industry roles, her thoughts on the pensions landscape and the future for actuaries 01 October 2015
  • Mind the cap Mind the CapWith the cap on care put on the back-burner by the UK government, Hamish Wilson looks at what this might mean for individuals and the future of product development 01 October 2015
  • Modelling information Data, data everywhereThe public, organisations and government are bombarded with facts on a daily basis. Ed Swires-Hennessy gives advice on how to present information that will be understood 01 October 2015
  • Imitation game The Imitation gameAlan Chalk provides an introduction to the science of 'machine learning', and believes it has a place in the actuarial skillset of the future 01 October 2015
  • Bridge Gap A marriage made to last with insurance-linked securitiesThe reinsurance industry is still coming to terms with the influx of financial investors into the industry via insurance-linked securities but it needs to do so quickly, as they are here to stay, argue Leon Beukes and Graham Fulcher 01 October 2015
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