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Modelling / Software

  • Non-executive-Directorship Almost on BoardIn his last article in the series, Colin Czapiewski considers the many functions of the actuary in the new role as a non-executive director 04 December 2014
  • multiple-portrait-headshots Cultural aspects of model riskThe IFoA's Model Risk Working Party reflects on the cultural aspects of model risk 04 December 2014
  • Steven Mendel Crowding glorySteven Mendel is leading the way in harnessing the powers of social networks and big data to shake up the insurance industry. The actuary turned 'social insurance' trailblazer shares his story with Richard Purcell and Gemma Gregson 04 December 2014
  • Student page - December Tis the seasonSanta's little Elkin on past exam results, present swapping and future prospects of facing up to embarrassing party evidence 04 December 2014
  • The Improbability Principle The Improbability PrincipleBookshop browsers will have noticed the emergence of a completely new section over the past few years 04 December 2014
  • Africa calling - Fig1 Africa callingMarjorie Ngwenya reports on the Lord Mayor of London's trip to Africa, and the launch of the Certified Actuarial Analyst qualification 06 November 2014
  • Who's in-charge Top 10 forecasting fallaciesWhether they realise it or not, most actuaries are at risk of some form of bias in their modelling work. Michael Ortmann explores the most common pitfalls 06 November 2014
  • Cyclone storm flood_istock Aftermath of Indian cyclone 'could cost insurers $400m'Insured losses from a cyclone that hit India's east coast this month could reach $400m, a catastrophe modelling firm has reported. 22 October 2014
  • Insurance industry 'must adopt to changing threats'The insurance industry has been told it must adapt to both increasing traditional risks as well as to new threats from technology in order to remain sustainable. 09 October 2014
  • Life insurers urged to speed up Solvency II complianceLife insurers should accelerate current processes used in managing compliance as the upcoming European Solvency II deadline draws nearer, Towers Watson has urged. 25 September 2014
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