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Risk managers urged to become climate change educators

IFoA guide for GI actuaries highlights areas where climate should be considered

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Mortality reserving windfalls: a reversal of fortune?

UK life insurers have enjoyed several years of unexpected profits thanks to the slowdown of mortality improvements, but recent statistics hint this trend may be about to reverse. Cintia Cheong reports

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Dispute over equivalency of actuarial qualifications returns to court

The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries faces appeal over 2018 race discrimination case

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Buckner and Dowd challenge equity-release mortgage valuations

In-depth investigation argues for recalibration of assumptions and market-consistent approach

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IFoA denies chief's departure is linked to racism ruling

Derek Cribb to leave at the end of 2019 after a decade at helm of UK actuarial body

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Institute and Faculty of Actuaries found guilty of race discrimination

British actuarial students were disadvantaged compared to Indian students, tribunal finds

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Six ingredients needed for an effective consumer risk metric

How should insurers communicate the risks and benefits of their products to potential retail customers? A recent paper from the UK Institute and Faculty of Actuaries investigated this question and came up with some surprising results. Christopher Cundy explains

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UK consults on oversight of actuarial profession

Plans to abolish FRC put forward following Kingman review

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Mortality improvement rates on course to slow

CMI releases its latest mortality projection model

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UK still prioritising Solvency II risk margin amendment

PRA seeks clarity from government over pension superfunds regulation