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People & Social News
Student page: A new breed
George Burton makes the case for the resource and environment-focused actuary
Tuesday 9th July 2019
Student page: A career to commit to
Darshan Purmessur describes his career path and work in Mauritius
Thursday 9th May 2019
Student page: Steering the ship
Being put in charge of a project can feel daunting; Jason Brett offers tips for keeping on top of things.
Monday 8th April 2019
The computer will see you now
George Burton asks whether the hype around AI in healthcare is merited and if so, how could it affect the role of future actuaries?
Friday 1st March 2019
Student: Back and forth
Studying the genesis of the actuarial profession will help us to anticipate the issues of the future and remain appealing to actuaries of the future, says Elliot Cox
Wednesday 6th February 2019
Student: the congestion question
Syed Danish Ali considers how new forms of transport could help tounclog overburdened traffic systems.
Wednesday 5th December 2018
SIAS Annual Dinner
SIAS held its 2018 Annual Dinner, which had the theme Hollywood Glam, at City Central at the HAC on 16 November.
Friday 30th November 2018
All change for small change
Jason Whalley explores the benefits and pitfalls of a cash-free society and what it could mean for the insurance industry.
Tuesday 9th October 2018
Stemming the sands of time
Jason Whalley discusses what a cure for ageing could look like and what the implications could be.
Monday 6th August 2018
Advent of change
Jason Whalley believes change is inevitable, uncompromising, and generally for the good.
Thursday 10th May 2018
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