Submit your paper to Annals of Actuarial Science
Annals of Actuarial Science publishes papers in all areas of actuarial research, particularly papers that are applied in nature.
Publishing in a peer-reviewed journal such as Annals of Actuarial Science provides a number of benefits. The peer-review process provides the opportunity to optimise the quality of your research paper and your research will have increased visibility and credibility.
Submit your paper to conferences
Conferences provide an important opportunity to share your research with other members and professionals in your field. For early-stage research they offer a valuable chance to obtain feedback and input on your work. For work nearing completion, presenting at a conference can publicise your research and address questions to deepen the understanding of your results. IFoA holds six residential conferences a year.
Contribute to Sessional Research Events and other IFoA Events
The IFoA Sessional Research Programme is a forum for IFoA members and other stakeholders to present and discuss research which advances actuarial science. Presenting your research at one of our sessional events is a good way to communicate your research and gain valuable feedback from other members.
If you are interested in presenting at a Sessional Event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Research outputs from the Sessional Research Programme are published in the British Actuarial Journal.
The IFoA also runs a number of events throughout the year which highlight particular areas of research that may be of interest to our members. If you have an idea for such an event please contact email@example.com
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