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The Actuary The magazine of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries
Wednesday 22 May 2019
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Features

  • p20-22_cycling_Ikon_00021315-v3 The examined lifeMandy Luo looks at how technological advances and data collection could help actuaries engage with consumers when it comes to life insurance especially elusive millennials 09 May 2019
  • p14-16_Sir_John_Curtice_05-v1 Interview: Sir John CurticeSir John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, talks with Stephen Hyams and Francisco Sebastian about surveys, election polling, Brexit and electoral reform 09 May 2019
  • p18-19-Brexit-Ikon-5043 Diminished returnsOlivia Bridge looks at how migration costs and immigration plans are set to affect actuaries in a post-Brexit UK 09 May 2019
  • p11_robot_head-IKON_00019913 Taking the lead in data scienceJohn Taylor, president-elect of the IFoA, reflects on the growth of big data and why actuaries should be at the heart of it 11 April 2019
  • Hilary Salt Interview: Hilary SaltHilary Salt talks to Stephen Hyams about collective defined contribution pension schemes and how actuaries should engage more with the public 07 March 2019
  • p25_opinion_credit_Elisabeth_Moch Out of the echo chamberChika Aghadiuno on the importance of allowing our views to be challenged 07 March 2019
  • p18-19__dominos_IKon_11980048 An orderly transitionIn a follow up to their October article, Simon Richards and members of the IFoA Working Party on LIBOR reform give feedback on the latest consultations and explain their potential consequences 07 March 2019
  • p20-21_IKON_tightrope_62460236 Taken to excessYiannis Parizas discusses an alternative approach to modelling excess levels in regressions 07 March 2019
  • p17_speech_bubbles_IKON_62380051 Wise heads, helping handsAfter a successful pilot early last year, the IFoA's Buddy System launched in November 2018. Dawn McIntosh describes how the scheme, which is based on members volunteering to provide support free of charge, has progressed so far 07 March 2019
  • A seat at the table @ iStock A seat at the tablePauline Gordon, Monica Ho, Lesley-Ann Morgan, Reena Thakkar and Theny Thiagarajan discuss why so few women work in senior finance roles and how this might be addressed 07 March 2019
  • p34_student_illo_jan_feb_scarsbrook Student: Back and forthStudying the genesis of the actuarial profession will help us to anticipate the issues of the future and remain appealing to actuaries of the future, says Elliot Cox 07 February 2019
  • p26_IKON_motor_HIRES_62460325 What's in a name?Alex Manov looks at the risks involved with named drivers and the questions insurers should be asking them 07 February 2019
  • fig-1 Dynamic discountingCorporate bonds provide a good matching investment strategy in a defined benefit pension scheme, says Sathish Umapathy but a new approach to discounting the liabilities is needed 07 February 2019
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