|11 April 2017||Mortality improvements in the next decade Discussion led by the CMI Mortality Projections Committee at a SIAS meeting. An audio recording is available on the SIAS website.|
|28 October 2016||Proposed "08" Series Accelerated Critical Illness and Term Mortality tables Presented by the CMI Assurances Committee at a discussion forum|
|29 June and 11 July 2016||Consultation on the CMI Mortality Projections Model. Presentation at consultation meetings by the CMI Mortality Projections Committee. [These slides are from the London meeting on 11 June. They contain some changes compared to the Edinburgh meeting on 29 June; they also contain some revised figures reflecting revisions made in the July 2016 version of Working Paper 90.]|
|19 November 2015||
Steve Bale and Mark Cooper gave a presentation on High Age Mortality at the 2015 Life Conference
|15 and 26 October 2015||The Future of the CMI Mortality Projections Model (pdf). Presentation at consultation meetings by the CMI Mortality Projections Committee. [These slides are from the London meeting on 26 October. They contain minor changes compared to the Edinburgh meeting on 15 October.]|
|29 January 2015||CMI Update (pdf). Presentation by Tim Gordon and Dave Grimshaw at the IFoA Mortality and Longevity Seminar|
|24 November 2014||Graduation of annuity data, 2007-2010 (pdf). Presented by the CMI Annuities Committee at a discussion forum|
|10 November 2014||Do we need to update the 00 series tables? CMI Assurances results for 2007-2010. Presentation by James Tait and Jamie Leitch at the Life Conference 2014|
|15 September 2014||Innovations in the CMI’s approach to graduation and modelling. Presentation by Tim Gordon and Jon Palin at the Mortality and Longevity Symposium 2014.|
|3 June 2014||Projecting future mortality trends. Presentation by the CMI Mortality Projections Committee: Staple Inn Actuarial Society (SIAS).|
|23 May 2014||A critical update - CMI CI results. Presentation by James Tait and Jamie Leitch at the Health and Care Conference 2014.|
|16 May 2013||Insights into Recent Income Protection Experience by Cause of Sickness. Presentation by Duncan Heald and Hannah Cook at the Health and Care Conference 2013.|
|15 May 2013||Critical Illness Claims Experience. Presentation on the CMI critical illness investigation by James Tait and Jamie Leitch at the Health and Care Conference 2013.|
|15 May 2013||CMI Update. A overview by Gordon Sharp of the CMI’s recent work, presented to the Bristol Actuarial Society.|
|8 February 2013||CMI SAPS Update. Presentation on the latest results from the CMI SAPS investigation, by Deborah Cooper. ACA members' conference 2013|
|12 June 2012||CMI Update. Presentation on CMI mortality-related activity given by Gordon Sharp at the Mortality and Longevity Seminar in London.|
|16 May 2012||CMI Life Office Data Submissions. Short presentation on the CMI's plans for data collection from the life office mortality and the critical illness investigations; given by Dave Grimshaw at Current issues in Life Assurance, 2012.|
|1 May 2012||CMI Income Protection Investigation Update.Presentation giving an overview of trends in IP experience over the period 1975-2009 and summarising the investigation methodology and the features of the latest graduations, IPM 1991-98; given by Joan Coverson and Neil Robjohns at the Health and Care Conference 2012.|
|3 February 2012||The CMI Mortality Projections Model. Gordon Sharp presented an overview of the CMI mortality projections model, its evolution and current use to the ACA members' conference 2012.|
|6 December 2011||The Continuous Mortality Investigation (1924-2011 and on). Gordon Sharp presented an overview of the CMI’s work and future plans to the Bristol Actuarial Society.|
|6 October 2011||CMI SAPS Mortality Update. Presentation on recent progress in the SAPS Mortality investigation and the Committee’s planned future work, by Deborah Cooper. Current Issues in Pensions 2011.|
|2 June 2011||Mortality in 2011 and Beyond - An Update from the CMI SAPS Committee. Presentation on recent progress in the SAPS Mortality investigation and the Committee’s planned future work, by Deborah Cooper. Pensions Conference 2011.|
|20 May 2011||Critical Illness Insurance: AC04 Diagnosis Rates. Presentation on Working paper 50 and subsequent progress in the CMI Critical illness investigation, by David Heeney and Dave Grimshaw. Health and care conference 2011.|
|December 2010 / January 2011||The Latest CMI Model and Discussion of Current Practice. Open forum on the CMI mortality projections model, presented by Gordon Sharp and Neil Robjohns (London, 9 December 2010; Edinburgh, 19 January 2011).|
|8 November 2010||Critical Illness - Learning from Experience. Presentation on recent progress in the CMI Critical illness investigation, by David Heeney and Dave Grimshaw. Life conference 2010.|
|14 May 2010||Critical Illness - Learning from Experience. Presentation on recent progress in the CMI Critical illness investigation, by David Heeney and Dave Grimshaw. Health and care conference 2010.|
|March 2010||Update on the Latest Work of the CMI. Seminar presentation on CMI mortality-related activity, including a review of issues commonly raised on implementation of the CMI Mortality projections model, given by Neil Robjohns. Mortality and longevity seminars (London, 17 March; Leeds, 25 March).|
|8 December 2009||Launch of the New CMI Mortality Projections Model. Webinar presentation, by Gordon Sharp, Richard Willets and Neil Robjohns.|
|16 November 2009||The SAPS Mortality Investigation: The CMI Mortality Projections Model. Presentation by Gordon Sharp and Richard Willets. Current issues in pensions seminars (Manchester, 6 November; London, 16 November).|
|28 October 2009||An Update from the CMI on IP and CI. Presentation on recent progress in the CMI Critical illness and Income protection investigations, by Neil Robjohns. Current issues in health and care seminar 2009.|
|5 October 2009||CMI Mortality Projections Model. Presentation by Richard Willets. Current issues in life assurance II seminar 2009.|
|7 July 2009||CMI Mortality Projections Model. Presentation at the consultation meetings, by Gordon Sharp, Neil Robjohns and Richard Willets. (Edinburgh, 7 July; London, 14 July).|
|4 June 2009||Current Issues in Mortality. Presentation by Gordon Sharp to the Glasgow Actuarial Students' Society (GASS).|
|March/April 2009||CMI Update. Presentation on recent CMI work on mortality, by Neil Robjohns and Brian Wilson. Mortality and longevity seminars (Manchester 23 March; London, 1 April).|
|16 May 2008||CMI Critical Illness Investigation. Presentation on recent progress in the CMI Critical illness investigation, by David Heeney and Dave Grimshaw. Healthcare conference 2008.|
|28 January 2008||EU Gender Directive: A CMI Perspective. Presentation on the publication of data in response to the EU gender directive, by Dave Grimshaw. ILAG Health and protection briefing.|
|12 December 2007||CMI Critical Illness Investigation. Presentation on recent progress in the CMI Critical illness investigation, by David Heeney and Dave Grimshaw. Current issues in healthcare seminar 2007.|
|July 2007||CMI Library of Mortality Projections. Presentation to the consultation meetings, by Gordon Sharp and Dave Grimshaw. (Edinburgh, 18 July; London 20 & 26 July).|
|7 June 2007||Mortality - Where Are We and Where We're Going. Presentation by Dave Grimshaw. Pensions convention 2007.|
|May 2007||Mortality Projections. Presentation by Dave Grimshaw. Current issues in life assurance seminar 2007.|
|9-11 May 2007||CMI Critical Illness investigation. Learning from Experience. Presentation by David Heeney and Hamish Wilson. Healthcare conference 2007.|
|26 April 2007||CMI Mortality Investigations. Presentation by Dave Grimshaw. Mortality and longevity seminars 2007.|
|26 April 2007||CMI SAPS Investigation. Presentation by Brian Wilson. Mortality and longevity seminars 2007.|
|6 December 2006||CMI Critical Illness Investigation. Presentation by Dave Grimshaw. Critical illness - MOT or cosmetic surgery? seminar 2006.|
|22 September 2006||Current Mortality Issues. Presentation by Angus Macdonald to the Groupe Consultatif colloquium in Edinburgh.|
|May 2006||IP Trends by Cause of Disability. Presentation by David Leach. Healthcare conference 2006.|
|7 December 2005||CMI Critical Illness Update. Presentation by Dave Grimshaw. Current issues in critical illness seminar 2005.|
|28 September 2005||Update on the 00 Series. Presentation by Tony Leandro. Current issues in life assurance seminar 2005.|
|28 September 2005||Annuity Values. Presentation at the Current issues in life assurance seminar, 2005. The annuity values presented by the CMI at CILA were calculated using improvement factors derived from projections carried out using the P-Spline models. The P-Spline parameters used by the CMI for this purpose and a brief description of how the annuity values were calculated from the P-Spline projections is given in the attached note. Please note that the parameters set out in this note are provided only to provide information to replicate the annuity values presented. These parameters are not recommended by the CMI.|
|September 2005||Mortality Projections Associated with the '00' Series Tables. Presentation at workshops on new projection methodologies and software (London, 12 September; Edinburgh, 14 September).|
|23-24 September 2004||Workshop on Lee-Carter Methods Presentation at an invitation-only workshop on projecting future mortality, held as part of the Mortality Projections Working Party's ongoing research into this area. The CMI is very grateful to Iain Currie for organising this event.|
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