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Whether your organisation is facing technological change, climate change or social change, you'll find the independent analysis you need inside Delta, tackling the issues that are directly affecting you and your colleagues now:
Economic forecasts, Brexit and the crisis in social care
What are the likely effects of Brexit on the insurance industry, and what effect will it have on skills required by professional services?
- Wider Fields
With climate change now universally accepted as a business risk, how will businesses report their exposure?
- Tech futures
The advent of driverless cars raises concerns over liability, and cyber security and the insurance industry
- The long view
Demographic modelling, DB pensions and challenges facing young people
As well as opinion from leading experts, we’ve included insight from actuaries to enrich the debate ....
... because we at IFoA believe that our members can support you in anticipating the key changes in your organisation’s future, assessing the risks and planning a strategy for success.
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