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Insurers urged to take three-step approach to IFRS 17
Successful implementations of the incoming accounting standard IFRS 17 have taken a three-step approach, with rushed projects resulting in suboptimal results and increased effort.
13th February 2019
Simon Brimblecombe examines issues around actuarial assessment of social security retirement schemes.
6th February 2019
What's in a name?
Alex Manov looks at the risks involved with named drivers and the questions insurers should be asking them
5th February 2019
TPR to scrutinise pension superfunds
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will scrutinise all defined benefit (DB) superfunds looking to enter the market while the government develops a new authorisation system.
11th December 2018
Brian Robinson discusses why business projections are so important and looks at the challenges involved in their creation
6th November 2018
Tom Wilson: the value creator
Joanne Joseph talks to Tom Wilson about major impending risks, the benefits of big data, how regulation can spur innovation and how actuaries can broaden their horizons.
26th July 2018
Brexit, a changing job landscape
Lewis Maleh examines how the UKs exit from the EU could impact positions in the European insurance market
10th July 2018
A watching brief
Mark Azzopardi, managing director and head of insurance client strategy at BlackRock, has had a varied career in investments, pension consulting, general insurance and banking.
8th May 2018
The future of equity release
Tom Kenny reports on a recent roundtable discussion on the future of the equity release market
5th December 2017
Adapt to change and take back control
There is no need be paralysed by uncertainty as the business environment evolves, say Colin Price and Sharon Toye. Instead they suggest a fast, but low-risk way of adapting to change
10th May 2017