Software - The March 2018 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

In this month’s magazine we focus on the ILS market with an article from the Chairman of LMG’s ILS Taskforce, Malcolm Newman, and another by our own regular columnist Kareline Daguer from PwC on the ILS market in the UK.

 And of course in another busy magazine our regular columnists cast their professional eye over subjects from Tom Murray examining biometrics to David Brooks examination of Frank Field and the work of his committee. Continuing the varied theme in this month’s columns Graham Gordon from LexisNexis asks where next for telematics and Zoe Bolton interviews the CRO from CNA Hardy, Anthony Williams.


 ILS - The Beginning of an Exciting Journey by Malcom Newman, Managing Director of SCOR’s EMEA Hub, Chairman of LMG’s ILS Taskforce

 Should Pensions Take All The Credit For Insolvency by Kinga Roszkowska, Covenant Advisory Services Analyst, Xafinity Punter Southall

 Knowing Yourself by Colm Fitzgerald, Director of the Actuarial & Financial Studies, University College Dublin

 Helping People Understand Their Retirement Plans by Hannah Goldsmith DipPFS, Goldsmith Financial Solutions

 Taits Modern Pensions by Fiona Tait, Technical Director, Intelligent Pensions
 Inner Workings by Tom Murray, Head of Product Strategy, Exaxe
 Pension Pillar by Dale Critchley, Policy Manager, Aviva plc
 Retirement Puzzle by Alexander White, Senior VP, ALM & Investment Strategy, Redington
 Solvency II & Beyond by Kareline Daguer, Director, PwC
 Lights, Camera, Actuary - Accessing the Board by Zoe Bolton, Bolton Associates
 Pensions Politics by David Brooks, Technical Director, Broadstone
 Information Exchange by Graham Gordon,Global Market Strategist, Telematics, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions


 Plus Latest News, Movers and Shakers and City Dealings

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