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  • iStock Take my breath awayClaire Jones considers the implications of environmental change for setting mortality assumptions and summarises what we currently know 08 February 2018
  • Sarah Winkless MBE © Peter Searle Sticky floors & glass ceilingsSarah Winckless talks with Stephen Hyams about Project AMP, the newly launched mentoring programme for aspiring female actuaries which helps to support their career paths 08 February 2018
  • p21-23-Business-graph-on-phone--Shutterstock--382942270 The long gameJackie Li and Leonie Tickle discuss recent research results on measuring basis risk and hedge effectiveness in longevity risk transfer for pension plans 08 February 2018
  • Lightbulbs-on-Head-iStock-487357805 Challenging the way we thinkAnthony Fitzsimmons and Derek Atkins ask whether there is an opportunity for actuaries to address hard-to-quantify risks 09 November 2017
  • p24-Protection-iStock-483893822 Getting it togetherAndrew Lowe explains why an industry-wide contributory claims database would be invaluable for commercial property insurance 09 November 2017
  • Eu-Jean-640 Presentation skills: A practical realityJean Eu gives advice on how to present well, get your message across and ensure your audience engages with it and remembers you 09 November 2017
  • Michael-Sanders-Behaviour_058 Science of behaviourMichael Sanders talks data science with actuary Peter Tompkins and explains how behavioural insights can be used to make people do things differently 12 October 2017
  • iStock-471259306-[Converted]-n Insurance fad or health fix?Wearable tech has the potential to provide a long-term health fix that reduces society's disease burden, but with low rates of engagement this technology is at risk of becoming a fleeting fad, says Lisa Altmann-Richer 12 October 2017
  • student-checklist-october-17 To each his ownJoseph Mills recommends surrounding yourself with many different types of people to get the best out of everyone 12 October 2017
  • iStock-660589570 New tech & big data: are they good for insurance?Richard Keating investigates how big data and new technologies are changing the face of the insurance industry, and examines the resulting threats and opportunities 12 October 2017
  • student-illo-november Winter of discontent?Student editor Jason Whalley imagines how the UK would work if private healthcare took over 12 October 2017
  • Decisive-iStock-186400403 The decumulation puzzleSimple rules of thumb can help guide people on how to manage their pension drawdown accounts, says Christine Ormrod 12 October 2017
  • p28-30-Heart-transplant- What if artificial organs could replace the need for donors?Artificial organs look likely to play an increasingly important role in transplantation. Nay Wynn considers the implications for insurance 12 October 2017
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