January is when I take stock of where we have been, and think about where we are going. On reflection, I am very proud of the progress we made in 2017, against a backdrop of global uncertainty and unprecedented continuing political change. Being a relatively small profession, our agility enables us to not only weather the storm but also to harness uncertainties as an opportunity for innovation and positive change.Last year was the first full year with our refreshed strategy, which seeks to ensure the sust
The end of one year and the start of another is a time when many of us reflect on what we have achieved and what weve still not checked off the list of the previous years aspirations. It is only when we look back that we truly appreciate how much we have accomplished and experienced in the year.
As 2018 begins, many of us wonder: What will this year bring? From experience, I know that my forecasts err on the wrong side. However, this does not deter me from dusting off the crystal ball once again.
What I know for a fact is that The Actuary must keep up with the sterling standards that Richard Purcell and other previous editors have imprinted, and be on a par with the bright minds of our readers and with the calibre of the IFoAs work.