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


  • Derek Cribb Crack the codeLast month, the revised Actuaries' Code came into force, serving as an important reminder of the high ethical standards the public have come to expect from members of the IFoA
  • Derek Cribb Reaching milestonesWe measure progress by looking back at milestones achieved, and ahead to our changing world and how we will navigate it.
  • Jules Constantinou Join the conversationIn early June, Council will be holding one of its quarterly meetings in Africa.
  • Simon Scarsbrook Student page: Appetite for destructionAdeetya Tantia examines the Girl with Balloon shredding incident from an insurance perspective
  • Francesco Sebastian Revolution and evolutionThe world is in the midst of another industrial revolution. In recent years, we have heard almost daily about new scientific discoveries and technical innovations coming out of places such as Silicon Valley, London, and Shenzhen, China.
  • Derek Cribb IFoA Council: put to the voteThe environment that actuaries work in continues to change rapidly, and the IFoA relies on the expertise of our Council members to help guide us through the many challenges these changes bring.
  • Letters: Too many risksLetter from Charles Cowling.
  • Letters: Climate controlLetter from Louise Pryor and Simon Jones, Chair and Deputy Chair of the Resource and Environment board.
  • Francesco Sebastian Living for longerGlobal long-term longevity extension trends are well known to both actuaries and non-actuaries. These trends are developing slowly in most parts of the world, but could that pace change?
  • Vanessa Actuary of the future: Vanessa ChinhengoOn the record with Vanessa Chinhengo, student and actuary of the future
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