Former IFoA president calls for major overhaul at the body
Tan Suee Chieh said the IFoA needed to be "more agile and responsive"
GIRO 2023: What insurers can do on the "S" of ESG
Actions for personal lines and commercial insurers are considered
GIRO 2023: Actuaries ask, are we the baddies?
Insurance is a social good, but image damaged by complex T&Cs and poor customer service
GIRO 2023: Should AI be built in-house or bought off-the-shelf?
Both approaches have their positives, actuarial conference hears
FRC finds UK actuarial profession has "structural" bias against women
Financial Reporting Council's findings are based on engagement with 70 junior, senior and ex-actuaries
Biodiversity and nature-related risks impact "all aspects" of actuarial work
The IFoA unveiled details of its policy commitments last month
Planet's future being run on woeful risk margins compared to Solvency II's
Louise Pryor, Actuaries Carbon Collaboration co-chair, urges actuaries to "not close our eyes to risks"
Inflation risk: not going away, still uncertain
The UK might have passed its peak inflation rate, but that doesn't mean inflation is a historic risk, as Ronan McCaughey reports from the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' Spring conference
Cyber risk: has the capital been hacked?
Simon Cartagena and Jasvir Grewal explain how insurers should be thinking about setting their cyber risk capital