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  • Anthony Painter Retiring retirementAnthony Painter talks to David Boland about universal basic income and how, given a sense of freedom and security, people can take decisions that are right for their lives 12 April 2018
  • p23-25-SuperStock_1589R-13417235-new Borderland controlsThe implications of Brexit for UK insurers go beyond passporting rights and access to the single market. Jennifer Strickland and Kyle Audley look at some likely regulatory developments 12 April 2018
  • p18-19-Ethical-Save-the-tree,-save-the-world-iStock-514079035.jpg Why clean money mattersQuintin Rayer explores why ethical and sustainable investing matters, the approaches used and how trustees can include it as part of meeting their fiduciary responsibilities 12 April 2018
  • Student_News A simple question of flowers and riskStudent editor Jason Whalley on how to best nurture and grow your own company 13 July 2017
  • Africa_Connectivity_istock In search of that elusive scaleKelvin Chamunorwa argues that a technology-led distribution approach is vital to create a sustainable microinsurance industry in Africa 13 July 2017
  • Istock_america_health It's complicatedHans Leida and Lindsy Kotecki explain why the US has such a difficult relationship with healthcare, and point to the ways in which technology and actuaries can help 13 July 2017
  • Graphic_17_19 Instability and stagnation in the EUSteve Keen argues that, for the sake of Europe's economic future, the EU's Stability and Growth Pact of 1997 should be overturned 13 July 2017
  • p30-32-Actuarial-Thought--Bill-of-Morality-poster--Alamy--htmk7 copy A brief history of actuarial thinkingCraig Turnbull looks at some of the key milestones and suggests that openness to new concepts and lifelong learning are key to future success 13 July 2017
  • Marjorie Ngwenya The making of a game changerMarjorie Ngwenya, new president of the IFoA, reveals her vision for a future-fit profession, outlines the challenges of change, and the value diversity can bring. Richard Purcell reports 13 July 2017
  • istock The growing Asian retirement puzzleRichard Holloway and Wade Matterson explain that there is no single solution to retirement in Asia, and call for more co-ordination between the public and private sector 13 July 2017
  • french_eu_flags_istock The art of breaking upDavid Dubois offers a French perspective on Brexit and what it means for actuaries across Europe 13 July 2017
  • The_Fix_Book_Cover The Fix: How bankers lied, cheated and colluded to rig the world's most important numberAuthors: Liam Vaughan and Gavin Finch Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Review: Anna Lynskey 13 July 2017
  • medieval document.png A medieval occupational pensionThe IFoA's Library has recently acquired a medieval document which is one of the earliest grants of an occupational pension on someone's retirement. 22 June 2017
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