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  • Dementia Is dementia really on the rise?Carl Campbell seeks to uncover whether dementia-related mortality is deteriorating, as well as the potential impact on critical illness (CI) insurance claims 09 March 2017
  • Vicky Ford Vicky Ford: Political OperatorVicky Ford, Conservative MEP for East of England, talks to Garry Smith about Brexit negotiations and the need for continued regulatory collaboration 09 March 2017
  • 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
  • Pensions Pension freedom is it enough?Derek Steeden, Sally Rayment and Francis Chua suggest that inclusive projections will help people understand how their actions and 'non-pension' income streams will affect their standard of retirement 05 May 2016
  • Microinsurance Hidden complexitiesIn the context of historically low interest rates and Solvency II, Richard Silveira discusses the challenges in developing ESG software to value liabilities and hedge interest rate exposure 05 May 2016
  • Negative interest ratesDavid Comerford considers what would happen if interest rates were negative 08 April 2016
  • Food Apple in claw in sweet machine Food for thoughtDale Rayman explains how the growing obesity crisis can be tackled through policy change, better-designed wellness programmes and smartphone apps 07 April 2016
  • A dynamic trio A dynamic trio31 May sees the launch of the IFoA's first Pensions, Risk and Investment Conference, joining three large practice area conferences under one roof. This offers delegates the chance to attend a wide range of cross-practice sessions and topics outside their immediate specialisms, and to network with others from different areas and with different interests and experiences. On behalf of the conference programme committee, the IFoA and the AFIR-ERM, welcome you to Edinburgh. 07 April 2016
  • General Insurance The uncertain world of pricingEdward Tredger considers whether a Bayesian framework can help actuaries manage pricing in an uncertain environment 07 April 2016
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