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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
  • spreadsheet and calculator © iStock Pension Funding an Off-Market ApproachAndrew Smith reports on... 09 June 2016
  • Ben Kemp & Ann Muldum Rules of EngagementBen Kemp and Ann Muldoon discuss how the IFoA and the Financial Reporting Council work together to regulate and support actuaries. Chaired by Richard Purcell; written by Cintia Cheong 02 June 2016
  • Measuring buildings Matching adjustment to fitSathish Umapathy explains why the matching adjustment is a vital measure for life insurance companies under Solvency II 02 June 2016
  • Expert Ask the expertsRaveem Ismail and Scott Reid propose that structured expert judgment can be used to significantly reduce uncertainty in risk appraisal when considering areas such as political violence 02 June 2016
  • Liquid assets Out with the old, in with the newKeith Goodby and Mary Boyle ask whether insurers can profit from illiquidity premiums after the implementation of Solvency II 02 June 2016
  • Passport The holiday that nearly wasn'tPlanning a break proves an instructive experience for Jessica Elkin, even before she heads off on her trip. 02 June 2016
  • Virus The new arms race against bacteriaMatthew Edwards and Nicola Oliver review the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, their plausible effects on mortality and recent progress in the development of new drugs 02 June 2016
  • Alternative longevity insuranceCaspar Young explains why longevity insurance transactions using a third-party segregated account cell company are more cost effective for a wider range of pension schemes than traditional approaches 17 May 2016
  • Retirement The growth marches onIs the increasing use of medical underwriting in bulk annuity pricing now inevitable? Costas Yiasoumi examines how MUBAs have affected the pensions industry 05 May 2016
  • Yellow brick road May the fourth be with youBlockbusting action is all well and good, says Jessica Elkin, but when it comes to studying, a more predictable storyline is probably best 05 May 2016
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