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Interviews

  • Sarah Winkless MBE © Peter Searle Sticky floors & glass ceilingsSarah Winckless talks with Stephen Hyams about Project AMP, the newly launched mentoring programme for aspiring female actuaries which helps to support their career paths
  • Ann Pettifor Prophet and lossAnn Pettifor, a leading analyst and media commentator on the global financial markets, talks to David Boland about the nature of money and the money in nature
  • Two-Businessmen-talking-iStock-691269708 How to disagree constructivelyYou can become skilful in stating your opposition without being disagreeable, says Ally Yates
  • Dame_Sally_Davies_003 Professor Dame Sally Davies: Driving changeProfessor Dame Sally Davies talks to Richard Purcell and David Boland about antimicrobial resistance, DNA testing and increasing healthy lifespans
  • Michael-Sanders-Behaviour_058 Science of behaviourMichael Sanders talks data science with actuary Peter Tompkins and explains how behavioural insights can be used to make people do things differently
  • Professor Aled Jones Professor Aled Jones: Apocalypse nowProfessor Aled Jones,director of the Global Sustainability Institute, talks to Richard Purcell about the climate change risks facing pensions and insurance and how actuaries can help
  • HIRES_John_Schoonbee_3 Changing world healthDr John Schoonbee talks to Gemma Gregson and Richard Purcell about reinventing dietary guidelines, e-cigarettes and advances in diagnostic techniques
  • Marjorie Ngwenya The making of a game changerMarjorie Ngwenya, new president of the IFoA, reveals her vision for a future-fit profession, outlines the challenges of change, and the value diversity can bring. Richard Purcell reports
  • Vicky_Pryce_011 The Pryce of successEconomist Vicky Pryce shares her expertise and opinions with Gemma Gregson and Chris Seekings on Brexit, austerity measures and gender quotas
  • Paul Sweeting Paul Sweeting: Fact & FictionJeremy Lee and Richard Purcell talk to Paul Sweeting about research, becoming a novelist, and the importance of cheerleaders for the profession
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