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The Actuary The magazine of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries
Thursday 02 April 2020


  • John Taylor Forging new pathsThe Terminator is coming! At least that's one potential vision of the future, invoked by Boris Johnson at the UN last year while he speculated about artificial intelligence (AI).
  • Dan Georgescu Expert adviceThis edition of the magazine focuses on data science and its applications, which will be a recurring theme for the IFoA.
  • John Taylor The Great Risk TransferMost actuaries work in industries and organisations that help to protect people against various risks.
  • Francesco Sebastian Actuaries, act on climate change!Tacitus, senator and historian of the Roman Empire, announced: Truth is confirmed by inspection and delay; falsehood by haste and uncertainty.
  • John Taylor Staying in touchOne of Council's top priorities is to ensure your professional body redoubles its efforts to deliver great value to you, our members
  • Francesco Sebastian Tech it outActuaries devote a substantial part of their professional careers to understanding risks so that they can make better-informed decisions.
  • John Taylor In the long runThe recent stalling of longevity improvements in many countries has made front page news, often calling into question the state of a nation's economy and the virtues or lack thereof of its government policies.
  • Francesco Sebastian All accounted forYou have to know accounting. It's the language of practical business life. It was a very useful thing to deliver to civilisation.
  • John Taylor Generally speakingA message from John Taylor, the president of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
  • John Taylor In full bloomMany of you will have seen the announcement that, after nearly a decade, I am stepping down from my role as CEO of the IFoA later this year a decision made with mixed emotions.
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