The CMI has not issued any CMI reports since CMIR 23 (2009)

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CMI Report 23 (2009) Graduations of the 1999-2002 life office mortality experiences: the 00 series tables
Erratum (added 5 May 2011): Formula (1) on page 22 of CMI Report 23 is incorrect. This erratum gives the corrected formula.
CMI Report 22 (2005) Sickness experience 1999-2002 for individual income protection policies
CMI Report 21 (2004) The mortality of holders of permanent (whole life and endowment) policies of assurance 1999-2002; The mortality of holders of temporary assurances issued in the United Kingdom, 1999-2002; The mortality of immediate annuitants, holders of retirement annuity policies, and holders of personal pension plans 1999-2002; The mortality of pensioners in insured group pension schemes 1999-2002; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers 1999-2002
CMI Report 20 (2001) The mortality in 1987-90 and 1991-94 of lives assured under permanent (whole life and endowment) assurances, according to cause of death; Mini-graduations of the mortality experience of smokers and non-smokers for assured lives; The mortality of impaired assured lives, 1987-98; A report on a pilot investigation into the mortality experience of pensioners of self-administered pension schemes; Inter-office comparisons; Sickness experience 1995-98 for individual income protection policies; Sickness experience 1995-98 for group income protection policies
CMI Report 19 (2000) The mortality of holders of permanent (whole life and endowment) policies of assurance 1995-98; The mortality of holders of temporary assurances issued in the United Kingdom 1995-98; The mortality of immediate annuitants, holders of retirement annuity policies and holders of personal pension plans 1995-98; The mortality of pensioners in insured group pension schemes 1995-98; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers 1995-98; Tables of mortality for pensioners combined based on the 1991-94 experience; Extension to young ages of the "92" series tables for assured lives
CMI Report 18 (2000) Sickness experience 1991-94 for individual PHI policies; Sickness termination experience 1991-94 for group PHI policies; An analysis of the PHI experience of individual companies in the United Kingdom I: claim inception rates; An analysis of the PHI experience of individual companies in the United Kingdom II: claim termination rates
CMI Report 17 (1999) Standard tables of mortality based on the 1991-94 experiences; The distribution of policies per life assured
CMI Report 16 (1998) The mortality of holders of permanent (whole life and endowment) policies of assurance 1991-94; The mortality of holders of temporary assurances issued in the United Kingdom, 1991-94; The mortality of immediate annuitants, holders of retirement annuity policies, and holders of personal pension plans 1991-94; The mortality of pensioners in insured group pension schemes 1991-94; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers 1991-94; The mortality of impaired assured lives, 1983-94; Proposed new tables for life office pensioners, normal, male and female, based on the 1991-94 experiences; Sickness experience 1987-90 for group PHI policies
CMI Report 15 (1996) Claim inception rates under PHI policies, individual 1975-90 and group 1975-86; Recovery and mortality rates of those claiming under PHI policies, individual 1975-90 and group 1975-86; Sickness experience 1983-86 for individual PHI policies; Sickness experience 1979-82 and 1983-86 for group PHI policies
CMI Report 14 (1995) The mortality of assured lives. pensioners and annuitants, 1987-90; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers, 1988-90; Mini-graduations of the mortality experience of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants, 1987-90; The mortality of impaired assured lives, 1983-90; The mortality of impaired lives 1987-90 according to cause of death; The mortality of retirement annuitants under approved pension; Arrangements in the Republic of Ireland. 1986-91; Sensitivity analysis in a multiple state model for permanent health insurance
CMI Report 13 (1993) The mortality of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants, 1983-86: update; Mortality in 1983-86 according to cause of death; Mortality tables based on the combined pensioners experience.1979-82; Mini-graduations of the mortality experiences of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants, 1983-86; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers, 1988-89; Inter-office comparisons; Calculation of continuation tables and allowance for non-recorded claims based on the PHI experience 1975-78
CMI Report 12 (1991) The analysis of permanent health insurance data
CMI Report 11 (1991) The mortality of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants 1983-86; The mortality of pensioners and annuitants 1979-84 according to cause of death; The mortality of impaired lives 1983-86; The mortality of impaired lives 1983-86 according to cause of death; Sickness experience 1979-82 for individual PHI policies
CMI Report 10 (1990) Standard tables of mortality based on the 1979-82 experiences
CMI Report 9 (1988) The graduation of the 1979-82 mortality experiences; Mortality in 1979-82 according to cause of death
CMI Report 8 (1986) Mortality of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants 1979-82; Impaired assured lives investigation; The distribution of policies per life assured; The CMI Bureau: history of computerisation and development of services; Cause of disability: individual PHI policies 1975-78; Sickness experience 1975-78 for group PHI policies
CMI Report 7 (1984) Sickness experience 1975-78 for individual PHI policies
CMI Report 6 (1983) Graduation of the mortality experience of female assured lives 1975-78; History and development; Abridged list of diseases; On a possible graduation of the Irish assured lives mortality experience; Notes on duplicates among linked policies
CMI Report 5 (1981) Mortality of assured lives 1975-78; Mortality of immediate annuitants 1975-78; Mortality of pensioners under life office pension schemes 1975-78; Mortality during 1975-78 of purchasers of retirement annuities under the provisions of the Finance Act, 1956; Mortality of assured lives 1975-78, according to cause of death; a(55) tables: q(x) at high ages; Sickness experience 1973-76 for group policies
CMI Report 4 (1979) Sickness experience 1972-75 for individual policies
CMI Report 3 (1977) Proposed standard tables for life office pensioners and annuitants; Mortality of assured lives 1971-74; Mortality of immediate annuitants 1971-74; Mortality of pensioners under life office pension schemes 1971-74; Mortality during 1971-74 of purchasers of retirement annuities under the provisions of the Finance Act, 1956; Mortality of assured lives 1971-74, according to cause of death; Investigation of sickness statistics - individual policies 1974 and 1975
CMI Report 2 (1976) Investigation of sickness statistics - individual policies 1972 and 1973; The graduation of pensioners and of annuitants mortality experience 1967-70
CMI Report 1 (1973) History and development; Mortality of assured lives 1967-70; Mortality of immediate annuitants 1967-70; Mortality of pensioners under life office pension schemes 1967-70; Mortality experienced during the period 1967-70 by purchasers of retirement annuities under the provisions of the Finance Act, 1956; Mortality of assured lives 1967-70, according to cause of death

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  • KSS event in Glasgow: Public Sector Pensions

    Hymans Robertson, Glasgow 20 Waterloo St, Glasgow
    30 January 2020

    Spaces available

    – the unappreciated key assumption, the resulting unsustainable promises, the unmanaged risk and the unrecognised debt? 

    Speaker: Allan Martin will present this talk on 30 January in Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh. If you wish to register for another location please return to the Events Calendar.

  • KSS event in Stirling: Public Sector Pensions

    M&G Prudential, Stirling Craigforth Campus, Stirling
    30 January 2020

    Spaces available

    – the unappreciated key assumption, the resulting unsustainable promises, the unmanaged risk and the unrecognised debt? 

    Speaker: Allan Martin will present this talk on 30 January in Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh. If you wish to register for another location please return to the Events Calendar.

  • KSS event in Edinburgh: Public Sector Pensions

    Hymans Robertson 1, Exchange Place, Semple St, Edinburgh
    30 January 2020

    Spaces available

    – the unappreciated key assumption, the resulting unsustainable promises, the unmanaged risk and the unrecognised debt? 

    Speaker: Allan Martin will present this talk on 30 January in Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh. If you wish to register for another location please return to the Events Calendar.

  • The Great Risk Transfer – Breakfast briefing and launch event

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn London WC1V 7QJ
    31 January 2020

    Fully booked.

     

    Launch of the IFoA’s 2020 thought leadership campaign The Great Risk Transfer. The campaign will examine the trend of the transfer of risk from institutions to individuals, and how people can be better equipped to manage the financial risks they now face. At this breakfast event the IFoA will launch a call for evidence on this topic.

  • Joint IFoA and SOAT Professional Skills Training event - Bangkok

    Thai Life Insurance PCL, 13th Floor, Meeting Room 13/2, 123 Ratchadaphisek Road, Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400, Thailand  
    7 February 2020

    Spaces available

    This session is jointly organised by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) and the Society of Actuaries of Thailand (SOAT).

    Video case studies will be selected from the IFoA’s 2019/2020 online content which covers a range of topics under an overarching theme of “A Trusted Profession”. This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Life, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

     

  • Cyber Risk Event

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ
    10 February 2020

    Spaces available

    What do good cyber practices look like and, to what extent, can we as an industry implement these operationally and recognise these for underwriting?

  • KSS event: Where now for pensions?

    Royal London Group, 1 Thistle Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1DG
    18 February 2020

    Spaces available

    With a single party government at Westminster holding a comfortable majority, and with the first phase of Brexit complete, the potential for radical reforms of the pensions landscape is increased. 

    Former Pensions Minister Steve Webb discusses what changes we can expect to see in pensions including in state pensions, pension tax relief, automatic enrolment and the workplace pension landscape.

  • Sessional: Impact of E-cigarettes Working Party

    Royal College of Physicians, 9 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ
    24 February 2020

    Spaces available

    This sessional meeting will be of direct interest to actuaries and others working in the in the Health and Care, Life or Pensions sectors or indeed actuaries with an interest in morbidity or mortality. Note: Registration is from 17.30 in time for the sessional to begin at 18.00.

  • Spaces available

    Investors globally are embracing ESG but what does this involve and can ESG be measured? Louise Dudley, Global Equity Portfolio Manager at Hermes Investment Management will outline the taxonomy often used when talking about ESG (exclusion, screening, engagement, sustainable, impact, responsible investing), talk about the importance of stewardship and engagement, and showcase evidence to the question as to whether ESG adds va

  • KSS event: How is Scotland’s population changing and what are the implications?

    New Register House, 3 West Register Street, Edinburgh
    5 March 2020

    Spaces available

    The National Records of Scotland (NRS) collects, preserves and produces information about Scotland's people and history to inform current and future generations - work that underpins the fabric of Scottish society and tells the story of our nation. This KSS talk will explore the following and other areas impacting Scotland’s changing population, and assess the potential implications of the changes:

  • Highlights of the Life Conference 2019 - London

    America Square Conference Centre, 17, One Crosswall, America Square, London EC3N 2LB  
    11 March 2020

    Spaces available

    This event will cover the highlights from last year's Life Conference 2019 held in Dublin. The Conference Committee has reviewed session feedback and has put together a high-quality technical programme featuring the best-reviewed sessions from the conference. Book now to ensure your place.

  • Board agenda: Why Responsible Investing, ESG, and Climate Change matters to Pension Funds, Companies

    Staple Inn, 4 High Holborn, Holborn, London. WC1V 6DR, UK
    19 March 2020

    Spaces available

    Recent years have seen ESG, Climate Change, and Responsible Investing thrust onto the corporate agenda in every boardroom. The same also be said for pension funds. Expectations of how companies should respond are high and NEDs on Boards are expected to adapt and adjust their guidance to companies accordingly. What does this mean for Actuaries serving as NEDs and Trustees?

  • KSS event: A Cashless Society- Benefits, Risks, Issues and Developments

    Deloitte, 4th Floor, Saltire Court, 20 Castle Terrace
    19 March 2020

    Spaces available

    Speaker: Iain Collier, Chair of the CSWP

    The talk will look to cover the following: Progression towards a Cashless Society • Developments home and overseas • Benefits, Risks and Issues • Crypto Currencies and Central Bank Digital Currencies.

    There will be an extended Q&A session at the end of the event.

  • Spaces available

    What are the advantages of using artificial intelligence (AI) in investing? What are the differences between traditional quant and AI? This new webinar, part of a series of four webinars leading to the annual Finance & Investment Conference 2020, discusses challenges and the future of AI in the investment sector.

    We will look at:

  • Spring Lecture 2020, Edinburgh - Vicky Pryce

    Assembly Rooms, 54 George St, Edinburgh EH2 2LR
    25 March 2020

    Spaces available

    The Brexit Budget: What next for the UK economy? Please join us for our annual Spring Lecture presented by Vicky Pryce in Edinburgh. Vicky is Chief Economic Adviser and a board member at the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).

  • Spring Lecture 2020: Live Streaming at Staple Inn - Vicky Pryce

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1 V 7QJ
    25 March 2020

    Spaces available

    This event will be live streamed from Edinburgh. 

    The Brexit Budget: What next for the UK economy? Please join us for our annual Spring Lecture presented by Vicky Pryce in Edinburgh. Vicky is Chief Economic Adviser and a board member at the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).

  • Spring Lecture 2020: Live Streaming

    Webinar
    25 March 2020

    Spaces available

    What next in Economic Policy? Please join us on 25 March 2020 for the live stream of our annual Spring Lecture presented by Vicky Pryce in Edinburgh. Vicky is Chief Economic Adviser and a board member at the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).

  • SIAS Event: CMI Update

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ
    1 April 2020

    Spaces available

    Following the release of the updated CMI Mortality Projection Model, CMI_2019, the CMI Mortality Projections Committee will lead a discussion on future mortality improvements.

  • Finance and Investment Conference 2020

    Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Pl, London NW1 4LE
    05-05 May 2020
    Spaces available

    Join us at this year’s Finance and Investment Conference in London that will focus on ESG. The environmental, social and governance (ESG) space is growing rapidly and increasingly moving centre stage. In many cases, it is now an essential part of policy and central to the way stakeholders make decisions for the long term to ensure retention of clients, manage risk better, and ensure more economically efficient and sustainable investment returns.

    ESG factors cover a wide range of areas reflecting how vital consideration of these factors are part of wider systemic risks.

  • Protection, Health and Care Conference 2020

    The Grand Brighton, 97-99 Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 2FW
    02-03 June 2020
    Spaces available

    The Protection, Health and Care Conference is an annual conference aimed at all insurance professionals with a passion for harnessing insurance risk in their organisations. The conference uses a combination of workshops by individuals who work at the coalface and ‘big name’ experts to explore how innovation, technological/medical advances, the political landscape and other market development will impact the Protection, Health and Care markets.

     

  • IFoA Asia Conference 2020, Kuala Lumpur

    CCEC Nexus, 7, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    24-25 June 2020
    Spaces available

    Join us at the IFoA Asia Conference 2020 at CCEC Nexus, Kuala Lumpur where intellectual thought leaders, senior industry players, opinion formers, academics, actuaries and non-actuaries from across Asia and beyond are expected to attend. This year's landmark conference promises to an exciting one as our first Asian President-elect, Tan Suee Chieh will, as newly appointed president of the IFoA, use his presidential address to highlight the two key pillars of the IFoA’s emerging strategy:

    • the reinvention of the profession in terms of its skillsets and mind-sets so that we can thrive in an increasing range of domains in a digital age;
    • the widening application of actuarial science in achieving social impact and sustainability goals.

    We are also delighted to announce that the Honourable Mr. Lim Guan Eng, Minister of Finance, Malaysia, will be the guest of honour at this year's conference.

    Early bird registration is now open until 1 March.  10% group discounts are offered to a minimum of six IFoA members booking in a single transaction.  Limited spaces are available, so please sign-up early to avoid disappointment.