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Investment

  • Hetan Shah Interview: Hetan ShahHetan Shah is a man who wears a lot of hats: chair of the Friends Provident foundation, deputy chair of the Ada Lovelace Institute, visiting professor at King's College London, and member of the advisory board of the Science Media Centre among other non-executive commitments. Most days, however, he can be found at the Royal Statistical Society, where he is executive director. It's at the Society's offices, near Old Street in London, that I sit down with Shah to discuss his work and the work of the society Thursday, May 9, 2019
  • Oil Donkey Head Oil and gas firms not transparent on future resources riskGlobal oil and gas firms are not disclosing enough information for investors to weigh up how growing concerns about climate change might affect that company's future production and long-term viability, Carbon Tracker has said. Wednesday, May 8, 2019
  • web_global_investment_iStock-942365974.png Global venture capital investment fallsVenture capital investment dropped in the first quarter of this year from record heights in the last quarter of 2018. Wednesday, May 1, 2019
  • IA technology failing to make a big impact ©iStock Failure to scale automation technology hindering returns, KPMG warnsStrong investment in intelligent automation (IA) technology has failed to deliver fast enough returns, with many projects stuck in pilot mode as firms struggle to scale. Tuesday, April 2, 2019
  • p22-24_Ikon_iStock-525330931-[Converted] Seeing the bigger pictureNico Aspinall explains why the ESG approach's holistic view of risk is increasingly attractive to investors Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • Hilary Salt Interview: Hilary SaltHilary Salt talks to Stephen Hyams about collective defined contribution pension schemes and how actuaries should engage more with the public Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • A seat at the table @ iStock A seat at the tablePauline Gordon, Monica Ho, Lesley-Ann Morgan, Reena Thakkar and Theny Thiagarajan discuss why so few women work in senior finance roles and how this might be addressed Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • p18-19__dominos_IKon_11980048 An orderly transitionIn a follow up to their October article, Simon Richards and members of the IFoA Working Party on LIBOR reform give feedback on the latest consultations and explain their potential consequences Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • New valuation expectations ©iStock TPR publishes guidance for scheme valuationsThe Pensions Regulator (TPR) has today published guidance outlining how it expects employers and trustees to approach upcoming scheme valuations. Tuesday, March 5, 2019
  • Investors positive about Brexit ©iStock Majority of private investors see Brexit 'opportunity'More than half of private investors in the UK view Brexit as an opportunity, with the overwhelming majority confident about the outlook for their investments. Monday, March 4, 2019
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Actuaries in finance and investment

Finance and investment actuaries work in many areas, including institutional, equity, bond, real estate and other investment.

Investment today centres around the capital markets: that is, stock and bond markets, and currency, property and derivatives markets.

Many actuaries are involved in day-to-day activity in these markets (on behalf of their clients or employers), while others advise on the longer-term characteristics and implications of different investment stances.

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