• Gerhard Stahl: "We will all have to be Picassos in the future"

    18 July 2023

    Systemic risks such as climate change, pandemic and cyber are posing questions about the role of insurance. Talanx's former chief risk officer discusses how actuaries, governments and regulators should step up to the challenge, in this interview with David Walker

  • Viral load: how actuaries used democratised data to beat Covid-19

    13 July 2023

    The flood of public data on Covid-19 became a silver lining for actuaries amid the dark clouds of the pandemic, as David Walker reports

  • IFoA awards Stuart McDonald with prestigious Finlaison Medal

    28 June 2023

    It recognises his role in the actuarial profession's response to the Covid-19 pandemic

  • Insurers lose Covid-19 business interruption case in UK High Court

    20 June 2023

    The ruling could affect hundreds of thousands of policyholders

  • Insurance actuaries must be data gatekeepers and teachers, profession is told

    15 June 2023

    Actuaries have drawn positive and negative lessons from the 'data democratisation' during Covid

  • Portuguese actuaries forecast when next pandemic may occur

    13 June 2023

    Plans for new pandemic product stymied by IFRS 17 and inflation

  • Covid and lapses create pricing uncertainty in life ILS markets

    24 May 2023

    Market participants optimistic about opportunities despite investor hesitancy

  • AI and bank failures among top concerns for North American CROs

    04 May 2023

    The use of artificial intelligence, implications from banking collapses and people risk concerns lingering are high on the agenda of four chief risk officers, as Paul Walsh reports