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Latest issues of the Profession’s journals published

The latest editions of two leading Profession journals have been published. The Annals of Actuarial Science vol 3, relaunched under the editorship of professor Angus Macdonald, includes research across the whole spectrum of practice areas:
>> Mortality modelling and forecasting: a review of methods, by Heather Booth and Leonie Tickle
>> A model for ischaemic heart disease and stroke (in 3 parts), by Tushar Chatterjee, Angus S Macdonald and Howard R Waters
>> Asset allocation to optimise life insurance annuity firm economic capital and risk adjusted performance, by Bruce T Porteous and Pradip Tapadar
>> Individual claim loss reserving conditioned by case estimates, by Greg Taylor, Gráinne McGuire and James Sullivan.

Volume 13 part 3 of the British Actuarial Journal has also recently been published. The contents include:
>> Should projections of mortality improvements be subject to a minimum value? by Steven D Baxter, with abstract of Institute discussion
>> Modelling and managing risk, by Paul J Sweeting, with abstract of Institute discussion.

For all enquiries contact Maria Lyons at maria.lyons@actuaries.org.uk