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Don't Miss the Number 1 GIRO After Party

Are you attending GIRO then don't miss the number 1 after party at LuLu Bar, George Street, Edinburgh on 25th September at 10.30PM hosted by HFG, Mulberry Risk and Bolton Associates
Posted on Friday Sep 13

The September 2019 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

As the children reluctantly drag themselves back to school with no doubt some parents cheers ringing in their ears, when for the older children their first point of call will no doubt be discussing the word proroguing as the Queen has approved the PM’s suspension plan. We once again wait with bated breath on the latest developments but you have to say it isn’t dull in the political arena at present.


Posted on Tuesday Sep 3

Connected Insurance USA 2019

The USA’s Premier Gathering - Defining the Future of Insurance. Since the year 2000, 50 percent of the Fortune 500 companies have disappeared as they failed to stay relevant and competitive in the digital economy. The time’s up for siloed thinking and siloed structures. Outdated products and clunky service are no longer acceptable.
Posted on Tuesday Aug 20

The May 2019 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

This month we have Willis Towers Watson examining Automation, AI and other technologies and how it is changing the insurance industry as we know it. Following on from that SAS determine how using AI and machine learning is working towards the fight against insurance fraud.
Posted on Friday May 10

The April 2019 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

As Easter approaches we still wait to see what, if anything, will happen with Brexit, however, our lead story is, therefore, extremely topical as Nausicaa Delfas, Executive Director of International at the FCA asks How can general insurance firms prepare for Brexit? Elsewhere we also have Mark Williams, Principal & London Retirement Practice Leader, from Buck examines Avoiding the pitfalls of GMP equalisation and Graham Elliott the CEO from Azur looks at Augmented Underwriting: The future of Insurance is coming.
Posted on Thursday Apr 4

Europe's Leading Insurers at Connected Insurance Europe 2019

Zurich, Allianz and AXA to join Europe's Leading Insurers at Connected Insurance Europe 2019. The game has changed. Products that meet customer needs are necessary to remain relevant.
Posted on Tuesday Apr 2

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Posted on Tuesday Feb 12

The February 2019 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

Our cover story examines the changing landscape of claims management from the BDMA perspective. We also have Stephen Wilcox, CRO from the Pension Protection Fund, exploring the DB Pension Scheme Universe. We also have a feature from the CEO of Azur on the insurance industry and its digitization.


Posted on Tuesday Feb 5

Stars of the Future Awards Winners Edition of the Magazine

Welcome to the first of our 2018 Awards special edition of the magazine, celebrating the winners of our Stars of the Future Awards, sponsored by Star Actuarial Futures. It is with a great deal of pleasure that we congratulate our worthy winner Amit Lad from Barnett Waddingham in an extremely close finish just pipping Ali Humphrey from Hymans Robertson and James Tomlin from Cardano.


Posted on Tuesday Nov 6

The October 2018 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

Welcome to the October edition of Actuarial Post, we are delighted to announce that voting is now open for the Actuarial Post Awards 2018. You can find all of this years’ finalists on pages 28-35, with direct links to their voting forms or you can look at them all directly on www.apawards.co.uk. The winners will be announced and featured in our December edition, published on December 7th.

Posted on Thursday Oct 11

The September 2018 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

Our main feature looks at Blockchain as key to the future for the insurance industry from Adrian Clarke the CEO at Evident Proof. We also have a feature from Ben Potts at Novidea discussing the role technology can play in helping insurers integrate businesses. Elsewhere our regular columnist from PwC Kareline Daguer has asked her colleague, David Otudeko, to write a piece as he's has completed some work that she thinks you will find interesting. Alternatively, boring, boring pensions is the title from Dale Critchley at Aviva, whatever can he mean?
Posted on Friday Sep 14

The August 2018 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

The heat wave continues and talking about the weather is what our main cover story from Kareline Daguer from PwC tackles from an industry standpoint. Other areas covered in a busy holiday edition of the magazine is a statement of intent by the DWP as examined by Chris Parlour from XPS Pension Group
Posted on Wednesday Aug 8

The July 2018 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

In this month’s magazine we have a number of features including Louise Evans from The Pensions Regulator looking at the evolution of DB funding in a single metric and Sanjiv Gossain from Cognizant examines three ways for insurance companies to stay relevant and Sofie Qidenus the founder of omni:us reviews AI.
Posted on Friday Jul 6

The June 2018 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

In this month’s magazine we feature Paul Dix, Vice President, Insurance at CGI UK, writing about ‘Defining the new ‘composite’ insurer’ and Hannah Goldsmith gives us Five Rules to Retiring Earlier.
Posted on Tuesday Jun 5

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Posted on Wednesday May 16

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Posted on Wednesday May 16

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.
Posted on Tuesday May 8

The April 2018 Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

This issue sees Udi Ziv from Earnix examine why personalisation is the new ‘must have’ in insurance and Sankar Mahalingham reviews TPR engagement on the increase.
Posted on Monday Apr 9

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.
Posted on Friday Mar 2

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Posted on Wednesday Feb 14

The February Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

Welcome to the February edition of Actuarial Post Magazine. The New Year began with an anniversary and the demise of another large multi-national once again causing a strain on the Pension Protection Fund. Automatic Enrolment reached its five year anniversary and its final staging date; AE launched in 2012 and now has over 9 million more people saving into a workplace pension, a great example of how large scale projects can work for the betterment of the population.
Posted on Monday Feb 5

Driving home for Christmas

After visiting my Great Aunt Anne for Christmas, I travelled home in her old jalopy. The car was old and battered, it had a leak from the petrol tank, and I was stuck in second gear.
Posted on Friday Dec 22

How many apples did the three Kings have in the first place

During a recent expedition, three kings were left stranded in the middle of the desert with only a crate full of apples.
Posted on Friday Dec 22

How many animals were taken to the Christmas market

Three countrymen met at a Christmas market. "Look here," said Hodge to Jakes, "I'll give you six of my pigs for one of your horses, and then you'll have twice as many animals here as I've got."
Posted on Friday Dec 22

Can you help the elves work out the order of the reindeer?

Santa always leaves plans for his elves to determine the order in which the reindeer will pull his sleigh. This year, for the European leg of his journey, his elves are working to the following schedule, that will form a single line of nine reindeer:
Posted on Friday Dec 22

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