Working Paper 140 Indicative analysis of pensioner annuitant mortality to 30 June 2020 (Issue date: 09/10/2020)
Working Paper 138

Experience of pension annuities in payment with IMD fields, 2015-2018 (Issue date: 25/09/2020)

Working Paper 134 Final “16” Series pension annuities in payment mortality tables (Issue date: 10/07/2020)
Working Paper 133 "All offices" experience of life annuities, 2013-2018 (Issue date: 12/06/2020)
Working Paper 130 Proposed “16” Series pension annuities in payment mortality tables (Issue date: 16/04/2020; Response date 29/05/2020)
Working Paper 128 “All offices” experience of pension annuities in payment, 2015-2018 (Issue date: 17/12/2019)
Working Paper 117 "All offices" experience of pension annuities in payment, 2011-2016 (v01 issue date: 31/01/2019; v02 issue date 14/08/2019)
Working Paper 112 Additional analyses of the experience of pension annuities in payment, 2011-2014 (Issue date: 02/11/2018; Reissue date: 01/02/2019)

Working paper 101

“All offices” experience of pension annuities in payment, 2011-2014 (Issue date: 27/07/2017; Reissue date: 01/02/2019)

Working paper 87

Mortality experience of enhanced annuities in 2007-2010 (Issue date 17/12/2015)

Working paper 81

Final '08' Series annuities tables (Issue date 30/06/2015)

Working paper 78

Proposed '08' Series annuities tables (Issue date: 06/03/2015; Response date: 10/04/2015)

Working paper 70

The All Offices annuity experience for the 2007-2010 quadrennium (Issue date: 18/10/2013; Response date: N/A)

Working paper 57

CMI life office mortality 'per policy' results: consultation on the future format of results (Issue date: 30/9/2011; Response date: 30/11/2011)

Working paper 56

CMI life office mortality 'per policy' results: the initial methodology and format (Issue date: 30/9/2011)

Working paper 45

Consultation on the proposed methodology for the analysis of CMI 'per-policy' mortality data (Issue date: 30/04/2010)

Working paper 42

CMI life office mortality experience 2003-2006 (Issue date: 10/12/2009)

Working paper 26

Extensions to younger ages of the "00" series pensioner tables of mortality (Issue date: 20/04/2007)

Working papers 21 and 22

The graduation of the CMI 1999-2002 mortality experience: final "00" series mortality tables (Issue date: 01/08/2006)

Working paper 16

The graduation of the CMI 1999-2002 mortality experience: proposed annuitant and pensioner graduations (Issue date: 28/09/2005)

Working paper 11

Responses to Working Paper 3 (Issue date: 26/01/2005)

Working paper 8

Considerations for the graduation of the 1999-2002 mortality experience (Issue date: 20/08/2004)

 

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    4 December 2020

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    IFoA President Tan Suee Chieh would like to invite you to the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ (IFoA) virtual UK Town Hall 2020, hosted by Tan Suee Chieh with IFoA’s Immediate Past President, John Taylor, President Elect, Louise Pryor and IFoA Chief Executive, Stephen Mann.  

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    4 December 2020

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    IFoA President Tan Suee Chieh would like to invite you to the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ (IFoA) virtual UK Town Hall 2020, hosted by Tan Suee Chieh with IFoA’s Immediate Past President, John Taylor, President Elect, Louise Pryor and IFoA Chief Executive, Stephen Mann.  

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    Cash-flow driven investing is a game-changer for DB pension funds navigating their end-game. Suitable for sponsors who want to reduce risks on their balance sheets. And for trustees, it shifts the focus to providing greater certainty of returns, managing funding level volatility and ensuring they have enough income to pay cash-flow requirements.

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    Patrick Kennedy, Partner at Gateley Legal and Founding Director of Entrust (a leading professional pensions trustee company), will be delivering an update on the latest legal developments during the course of 2020. With both a pensions legal perspective and over 25 years of trustee service, Patrick will seek to highlight how the letter of the law has continued to evolve against the backdrop of a difficult and challenging year

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    The talk will provide an understanding of the priorities and relationships between deficit reduction contributions, in the context of wider scheme funding, and different types of value outflow from the employer based on the working party’s recently published report. 

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    Running off the £2 trillion of UK corporate sector defined benefit liabilities in an efficient and effective fashion is the biggest challenge facing the UK pensions industry. Trustees and sponsors overseeing those schemes need to be clear on their target end-state and the associated journey plan – but too few have well articulated and robust plans.

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    The actuarial skill set has much to offer the banking industry. So many of the skills that actuaries acquire during their working life translate across to the world of banking and yet banking is perceived as an alien environment to many actuaries. But is it?

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    Covid-19 has required an urgent and cross-practice initiative to facilitate the extensive impact this pandemic has across all industries. IFoA members have been keen to contribute in a different way, so we developed the IFoA Covid-19 Action Taskforce [ICAT] to coordinate our effort, with a more efficient governance.

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