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  • The influenza agenda The influenza agendaInsurers perennially cite a pandemic as one of the major risks they face, but are the industry's modelling approaches keeping pace with the wider body of available knowledge? Matthew Edwards and Richard Marshall investigate 01 December 2016
  • Andrew Brem The digital revolutionaryAndrew Brem, chief digital officer of Aviva, talks with Richard Purcell and Stephen Hyams about the challenges of digital transformation to create a better customer experience 01 December 2016
  • Price slicing Slicing and pricing: medical underwritingMedical underwriting is not new to the bulk annuity transfer market, having been used by life insurers in recent years to price typically smaller schemes. It can also be used, though, to manage risk concentration in larger schemes through 'top-slicing', says Costas Yiasoumi 06 August 2015
  • Fiona Matthews A vision for varietyFiona Matthews, chairman of the Staple Inn Actuarial Society, and managing director of LifeSight, Towers Watson's master trust solution, talks to Gemma Gregson about opportunities for actuaries, engaging with pension scheme members and diversity in the profession 06 August 2015
  • Spotlight - Shutterstock Home alone too?As I negotiated the traffic between my bedroom and my study this morning, I wondered how many other actuaries have the luxury of working from home? Indeed, how many would consider it a benefit? asks Darryl Boulton 06 August 2015
  • Businessman using binoculars-shutterstock Capital ideasMultiple approaches to capital allocation bring multifarious insights, says Paul Johnson 06 August 2015
  • Man wearing red cape - Ikon Tipped for the topInfluence the right people at the right time to get what you want in business, says Andy Bounds 06 August 2015
  • August 2015 - cover feature Math happyDr Rajat K Sinha attempts to conceptualise the hidden mathematics of non-financial sectors through a hypothetical illustration, and argues that the mathematics visualised is more complex than that of the financial sector 06 August 2015
  • Bank - Shutterstock Game, set, and match for Pillar 3 reporting?Pillar 3 reporting has been the long-neglected aspect of Solvency II and it is now sharply in focus for many firms as they realise the immense effort needed to prepare ahead of 1 January 2016 06 August 2015
  • Dice spreadsheet - shutterstock Spreadsheet risk and Solvency IIRalph Baxter looks at the understated risks inherent within spreadsheets, and demonstrates how these might be tackled. 06 August 2015
  • Spotlight cropped 2 Let the dice decideA game of chance for making life-changing decisions, or just a bit of fun? It's all in your hands, says Darryl Boulton 02 July 2015
  • Mobile Health m-Health: remote accessLisa Morgan and John Rogers give an actuarial perspective on how mobile technology improves access to health insurance and healthcare, focusing on the underserved 02 July 2015
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