• Former IFoA president calls for major overhaul at the body

    14 November 2023

    Tan Suee Chieh said the IFoA needed to be "more agile and responsive"

  • GIRO 2023: What insurers can do on the "S" of ESG

    03 November 2023

    Actions for personal lines and commercial insurers are considered

  • GIRO 2023: Actuaries ask, are we the baddies?

    03 November 2023

    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?

    02 November 2023

    Both approaches have their positives, actuarial conference hears

  • FRC finds UK actuarial profession has "structural" bias against women

    19 October 2023

    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

    02 August 2023

    The IFoA unveiled details of its policy commitments last month

  • Planet's future being run on woeful risk margins compared to Solvency II's

    19 June 2023

    Louise Pryor, Actuaries Carbon Collaboration co-chair, urges actuaries to "not close our eyes to risks"

  • Inflation risk: not going away, still uncertain

    15 May 2023

    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?

    16 February 2023

    Simon Cartagena and Jasvir Grewal explain how insurers should be thinking about setting their cyber risk capital