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  • Colin Wilson v2 Evaluating valuationsDiscount rates have been the subject of much debate in recent months. Colin Wilson outlines the issues affecting the future
  • Richard-Purcell Experts wantedRichard Purcell defends the need for expertise, and suggests how actuaries can increase their value through better communication
  • Derek-Cribb Stronger and smarterDerek Cribb encourages those with fresh viewpoints to think about standing for election to Council
  • Endowing wisdomRecently I read a wonderful book called Being Mortal by Atul Gawande, a US doctor of Indian origin. It is extremely well written. What struck me particularly was how the issues facing the medical profession are not dissimilar to those facing the actuarial profession.
  • Mike Clark Climate risk future: what's not to like?Mike Clark outlines the challenges of climate change and how actuaries can provide the thought leadership to deal with them
  • HIRES-p33-Book-Review-The-Three-Stooges-Alamy--ejg8jb.jpg The Stupidity Paradox: The Power and Pitfalls of Functional Stupidity at WorkAnna Lynskey on the pros and cons of functional stupidity
  • Colin Wilson v2 Expert witnessesIn line with his presidential theme of 'thought leadership', Colin Wilson describes the rise of the IFoA's public profile
  • Paper thinI would like to comment on actuarial research papers on policyholder reasonable expectation (PRE). Actuaries have been taking an unduly narrow understanding of the issues of fairness
  • Damian_Sivajoti.jpg Share and share alikeDamian Sivajoti reports on his experience of shared parental leave and how it can help propel gender diversity within the profession
  • Chris O'Brien Meaningful measures of pension scheme strengthChris O'Brien says actuaries should seek more relevant ways to measure the financial strength of pension schemes
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