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Interviews

  • Steve Hales Steve Hales: people personSteve Hales talks to Dan Georgescu about working abroad, data science, and the importance of putting people front and centre
  • Craig Turnbull Interview: Craig TurnbullDan Georgescu talks to Craig Turnbull about his career so far, including lessons for the future that can be drawn from the study of actuarial history
  • Ray Hammond Interview: Shaping the futureRay Hammond has a long record of accurate foresight about the future, such as identifying the coming importance of the internet shortly after its launch.
  • Deborah Ashby Interview: Deborah AshbyDeborah Ashby talks to Paul Malloy about her leadership roles in public health and her interest in medical statistics and provides an insight on which health trends will affect the actuarial field
  • Charles Counsell Charles Counsell: Championing the saverCharles Counsell, chief executive of The Pensions Regulator, talks to Stephen Hyams about automatic enrolment, improving financial capability and pension scheme governance
  • Mahidhara Interview: Mahidhara DavangereMahidhara Davangere has pursued a unique career path that stretches the limits of the actuarial profession. He tells Sharad Bajla about his priorities, his volunteering work, and what motivates him
  • Douglas Anderson Interview: Douglas AndersonDouglas Anderson talks to Stephen Hyams and Henry Mungalsingh about longevity risk management, actuarial careers and what it means to be an entrepreneur
  • 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
  • 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
  • Hetan Shah Interview: Hetan ShahHetan Shah is a man who wears a lot of hats: chair of the Friends Provident foundation, deputy chair of the Ada Lovelace Institute, visiting professor at King's College London, and member of the advisory board of the Science Media Centre among other non-executive commitments. Most days, however, he can be found at the Royal Statistical Society, where he is executive director. It's at the Society's offices, near Old Street in London, that I sit down with Shah to discuss his work and the work of the society
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