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  • Vicky_Pryce_011 The Pryce of successEconomist Vicky Pryce shares her expertise and opinions with Gemma Gregson and Chris Seekings on Brexit, austerity measures and gender quotas 08 June 2017
  • p26-27---Relay-Baton--iStock-476438256 The wide-ranging implications of IFRS 17The new accounting standard for insurance contracts, IFRS 17, will have wide-ranging implications for (re)insurers, and many firms are preparing for significant changes to their business operations 08 June 2017
  • web-p22-24-Big-data-Man-sitting-on-stool-thinking-in-cogs-and-charts-Ikon--11590521 Big data, big decisionsBarbara Sinkinson discusses how actuaries can keep informed about the ethical issues surrounding the use of big data 06 October 2016
  • Credit-Card-reader-61262042_ Mobile zoneTavona Biza discusses how technology could help to increase financial inclusion rates in Africa's 'informal sector' 06 October 2016
  • Home truthsJessica Elkin divulges the secrets of achieving your ideal goals, and suggests the clue could lie in which of the boring bits you are able to endure 06 October 2016
  • Sam Johnson Sam JohnsonSam Johnson 06 October 2016
  • Clifford Friend Lifelong learningClifford Friend, the IFoA's director of education, talks to Richard Purcell about preparing the next generation of actuaries for the future, and supporting experienced fellows in their ongoing learning 06 October 2016
  • Genetics DNA Stock Image Pooling gene dataDebbie Akers on privacy and the principles of discrimination when dealing with genetic data for insurance purposes 06 October 2016
  • Momentum - adapt and thrive!The Momentum conference has never been atypical actuarial conference, and this year promises to be no different, with the addition of 'Lightning Talks', alongside the normal range of cross-discipline technical seminars and soft skills master classes. 06 October 2016
  • Pamela Hellig Size doesn't matterPamela Hellig argues that when it comes to managing their balance sheet, insurers would benefit from considering those seemingly insignificant balance sheet risks that are capital intensive 26 September 2016
  • Diving ice cream Steady does itAmid all the chaos and uncertainty, Jessica Elkin finds solace in 1980s teen comedies to stay on track during the exams 01 September 2016
  • Japan Europe's future could be made in JapanWith unconventional monetary policies being applied around the world, Taro Goto reflects on the Japanese experience to see what lessons it holds for other countries 01 September 2016
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