Software - The May 2018 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

The magazine this month features climate change and the effect it will have on the insurance and investment front with Nigel Brook and Neil Beresford from Clyde and Co looking at the long term effect and opportunity for the insurance and actuarial sectors with the Accessible Clean Energy investment team at Quero Capital examining the investment outlook.


 Our monthly columnists once again cast their experienced eye over events and tackle topics such as Retirement Interventions from Fiona Tait, Seeing Eye-to-Eye on CDI from Alex White there is also a look at how TPR is focussing on covenant from Jacqui Woodward and a look ahead at what the PRA may have in store for us from Kareline Daguer plus many more interesting topics from our regular authors
 Climate Change - Risk and Opportunity for Insurers by Nigel Brook and Neil Beresford, Partners, Clyde & Co
 Investors Warned about Simplistic Approach to Carbon Footprinting by the Quero Capital Accessible Clean Energy Investment team 
 TPR Focuses on Covenant by Jacqui Woodward, Senior Consultant, Xafinity Punter Southall
 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, Head of ALM Research, Redington
 Solvency II & Beyond by Kareline Daguer, Director, PwC
 Lights, Camera, Actuary - Actuaries appointed as Partners by Zoe Bolton, Bolton Associates
 Pensions Politics by David Brooks, Technical Director, Broadstone
 Information Exchange by James Burton, Director Product Management, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions

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