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The Actuary The magazine of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries
Wednesday 16 October 2019


  • Chika_Aghadiuno_001 Keep women in the profession to close the pay gapChika Aghadiuno explains how a new mentoring scheme is designed to encourage female actuaries to stay in the profession longer
  • Reform of the long-term care systemPart of the cost of long-term care should be recouped from deceased estates. That is the core principle, which, I suggest, should be considered as the foundation for a reform of the long-term care system.
  • Social media comments - NovemberSocial media comments - November
  • p4-Richard_Purcell Grasping the green opportunitiesAlthough I have long appreciated the impact of climate change on many areas of our work for example, the emergence of new risks and stranded assets it wasn't until I met professor Aled Jones to conduct this month's interview for The Actuary (p14) that I realised the real pervasiveness of climate change underlying our work.
  • Clarity on nutritionI read with interest the interview with Dr John Schoonbee (Changing world health, August 2017), particularly the section regarding dietary guidelines and the concept that dietary fat is not the reason for increasing rates of obesity and diabetes.
  • Marjorie Ngwenya A valuable commodityIt's that time of year again summer is drawing to an end, the days are shortening and the subscription-renewal reminders are arriving in our inboxes (you should have received yours on 1 September).
  • Derek Cribb Transition to a simpler frameworkA little over two months has now passed since the Financial Reporting Council's revised framework of Technical Actuarial Standards (TASs) came into force. For many of our members carrying out work within the scope of the standards, the transition has passed without much ado. In general, the simplification of the framework and the consolidation of the old, generic TASs into a single, high-level generic TAS (the TAS 100) have been welcomed
  • Let's take devolution to the limit Let's take devolution to the limitIcki Iqbal suggests an innovative, more individualised, way of funding the NHS and social care
  • Social media comments!Social media comments!Honorary fellows are eminent individuals in business, academia and government.
  • Once is misfortune, twice looks like carelessnessIn an opinion piece for The Actuary magazine in October 2016 (bit.ly/fundamentalFLAW) I highlighted a fundamental flaw in the EIOPA formula for calculating the risk margin.
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