Henry Thompson, head of public affairs, and Katy Little, policy and public affairs assistant, explain the work of the IFoA’s Public Affairs team and how they have maintained working relationships with policymakers during the pandemic
The level of employer support for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes at FTSE 350 firms hit a three-year low as a result of COVID-19, before rebounding as lockdown restrictions were eased in the summer.
There were around 64,900 more UK deaths between the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and 13 November than there were during the same period last year, the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI) estimates.
Demand for predictive analytics is rising as life insurers look to boost their business performance and customer relations in a highly competitive market with tight margins, slow growth and high operating costs.
On Friday 11th December, Ignata are hosting “The Qx Factor” the first global talent competition for actuaries. The event which will be held on zoom is in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity and aims to lift spirits within the profession this Christmas.