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In this blog, Dr Mark Farrell FIA, discusses the challenges faced by today’s graduates and the skills they need to meet the rapid changes in the actuarial profession.
Watch this space for the Pensions Board end of session report 2018/2019.
Watch this space for the Finance and Investment Board end of session report 2018/2019.
There is a “climate emergency” and it poses material financial risks that could threaten the security of members’ benefits. My contention is that significant pension funds should be obliged to publically disclose how they are managing their climate-related financial risks. They can do this by making available to the public their report and accounts, and, where not already covered by this document, disclosures showing the extent to which they have followed the recommendations of the FSB TCFD.
In this blog, Comfort Ajoku, Trainee Actuary at the Government Actuary's Department (GAD) talks about GAD's role as it celebrates its 100th anniversary.
In the first of a series on the IFoA’s Practice Area Boards, Grahame Stott, Chair of the IFoA’s Management Board, sets out what the work of the Boards and their sub-committees has delivered over the last year.
Other blogs in this series:
The Life Research Sub-committee is seeking volunteers to join a new working party on the role of actuaries in new product delivery.
The working party will examine the following questions:
From sessional details to the one day conference, the Pensions calendar is beginning to populate so now is the time to put these in your diaries. Make a note of the dates
From sessional information to workshops, the Finance and Investment calendar is starting to fill up. Make a date of the notes
The first Banking MIG webinar was held in July, attracting well over 300 hundred participants. Here you can hear them share their experiences of how they got into banking, as well as their thoughts on how actuaries can enter the banking profession. Watch the webinar