|Working Paper 132||“All offices” experience of term assurances, 2015-2018 (Issue date: 07/05/2020)|
|Working Paper 125||Additional analysis of the experience of term assurances, 2011-2016 (Issue date: 15/11/2019)|
|Working Paper 123||
"All offices” experience of term assurances, 2011-2016 (v01: issue date: 18/07/2019; v02 issue date: 07/05/2020)
|Working Paper 110||Working Paper 110: Using the CMI Mortality Projections Model for assured lives (Issue date: 04/10/2018; Response date: 31/12/2018)|
|Working Paper 108||Interim “all offices” experience of term assurances, 2011-2015 (v01 issue date: 08/06/2018; v02 issue date: 07/05/2020; Response date: 12/07/2018)|
|Working Paper 94||Final "08" Series accelerated critical illness and term mortality tables (Issue date: 27/01/2017)|
|Working Paper 92||Proposed "08" Series term mortality tables (Issue Date: 07/10/2016; Response date: 30/11/2016)|
|Proposed "08" Series accelerated critical illness tables (Issue date: 06/05/2016; Reissued: 07/10/2016; Response date: 30/11/2016)|
|All-Offices Mortality and Critical Illness Experience for the 2007-2010 Quadrennium (Issue date: 03/12/2014; Reissued: 01/02/2016)|
|A revised approach for analysing CMI critical illness experience and restated results for accelerated business, 2003-2006 (Issue date: 10/05/2013)|
|Supplementary analyses to CMI critical illness diagnosis rates for accelerated business, 2003-2006|
|Cause-specific CMI critical illness diagnosis rates for accelerated business, 2003-2006 (Issue date: 15/06/2011)|
|CMI critical illness diagnosis rates for accelerated business 2003-2006 (Issue date: 24/01/2011)|
|CMI critical illness diagnosis rates for accelerated business 1999-2004 (Issue date: 12/02/2010)|
|The mortality of impaired assured lives: Report on 1995-2006 experience and consultation on the future of the investigation (Issue date: 14/01/2009)|
|A new methodology for analysing CMI critical illness experience (Issue date: 23/07/2008)|
|Progress towards an improved methodology for analysing CMI critical illness experience (Issue date: 27/07/2007)|
|1999-2002 critical illness experience: feedback on Working paper 14 and future work (Issue date: 01/12/2005)|
|Methodology underlying the 1999-2002 CMI critical illness experience investigation (Issue date: 05/05/2005)|
|The graduation of the CMI 1999-2002 mortality experience: feedback on Working paper 8 and proposed assured lives graduations (Issue date: 11/04/2005)|
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There will be a prestigious line-up of international speakers discussing the insurance and financial industry’s innovation and change in Asia. The conference will take place throughout September via an online platform. The webinars consist of plenary speaking sessions and a series of workshop sessions including Life, GI, Data Science, Sustainability, Risk Management and Investment.
This will be the perfect opportunity for you to discover,ask questions and be at the forefront of current and developing actuarial/financial topics and trends in Asia.
This free 90 minute webinar is designed to support the IFoA CPD Co-ordinators, and others, involved in supporting our members to achieve their CPD requirements.
The programme will include an overview of the new CPD Scheme; specifically sharing with you key messages to support you implement and embrace the new CPD Scheme for our members within your organisation and regional community; how to arrange a reflective practice discussion; and an interactive reflective practice discussion learning exercise. In addition, delegates will gain information about accessing, and making the most of the IFoA event Toolkits which you can make use of to run your own in-house events and events for regional communities.
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