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The Actuary The magazine of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries
Sunday 21 July 2019
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Features

  • John Taylor Interview: John TaylorIncoming president John Taylor met with Francisco Sebastian to discuss his priorities for his term, the issues the profession faces, and how globalisation, technology and consumer education will be key themes on the agenda 11 July 2019
  • IKON The M&A explosionJack Gibson and Joseph Milicia explore the reasons for the recent surge in M&A activity in the insurance market 11 July 2019
  • P_Raaflaub2_300 Interview: Patrick RaaflaubPatrick Raaflaub talks to Paul Malloy about emerging risks from automation and cyber risk to climate change. 08 November 2018
  • Cyber Wars Student: untangling the netIn a hyperconnected world, we all need to be vigilant against new forms of crime, says Jason Whalley. 08 November 2018
  • Maurice Ewing ©PeterSearle Interview: Maurice EwingMaurice Ewing talks to Richard Purcell about accommodating unconscious bias in business culture and why risk functions should play a bigger role in navigating the future. 11 October 2018
  • ©iStock Longevity: Moving into the slow laneAfter consecutive decades of improvement, longevity is stalling. Matthew Edwards looks at the factors involved. 11 October 2018
  • Explosion in e-cigarette usage has brought a new challenge ©Shutterstock How vaping is shaping our healthLittle is known about the effects of e-cigarettes on users' health. Niel Daniels, Mark Paulson and IFoA working party members examine the implications for life and health insurance. 11 October 2018
  • FEATURE-BACKGROUND (1) Chartered Actuary qualification: Moving with the timesHelena Ingram, Matt Saker, Michael Crawford and Louise Pryor talk to Chris Seekings about how the profession is evolving and share their thoughts on the IFoA's plans for a 'Chartered Actuary' qualification. 11 October 2018
  • web_hourglass_iStock-108328865.jpg Interpreting mortality trendsChris Tavener considers the implications of a slowdown in mortality improvements for actuarial advice to defined benefit pension schemes. 11 October 2018
  • The transition brings considerable uncertainty ©iStock LIBOR reform: A seismic shiftHetal Patel, Cyprian Njamma and the IFoA working party on LIBOR reform discuss the process and implications of transitioning away from the scandal-hit benchmark rate. 11 October 2018
  • ©iStock With-profits benefits: In the eye of the beholder?Studies show consumers and providers view a with-profits benefits statement in different ways, so should we be communicating value more clearly? Rosalind Rossouw and Ben Stroud investigate. 11 October 2018
  • actuary 2.0.png Actuary 2.0 The skillset of the futureLewis Maleh suggests how actuaries must evolve in a changing environment. 11 October 2018
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