Articles - NEW Edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine

In the month that the PPF published the 14th edition of The Purple book we feature Lisa McCrory, the Chief Actuary from the PPF examining the use of data to identify and manage risk. We also have Roger Gascoigne and Derek Ryan from Willis Towers Watson look at how insurers can take a wider view of IFRS 17 implementation in order to gain additional business value. In keeping with the time of year, albeit belatedly, Anirvan Choudhury and Peter Thomas from PwC ask about New Year’s resolutions (and pre-emptive recovery plans) for insurers.


 Our other regulars weigh in with, amongst others, asking if the next decade will be a decade of pensions tech from Dale Critchley at Aviva and topically for this issue Emily Sturgess from XPS Pensions Group looks at how the PPF are consulting on new D&B insolvency risk scores.
 So another busy year ahead beckons and as we await the consequences to our industry from Brexit rest assured we will be here to bring you all of the relevant news and articles. We look forward to having you with us once again in 2020.
 In Plain Sight: Using Data to Identify and Mange Risk, by Lisa McCrory, Chief Actuary at the PPF
 IFRS17 Benefits beyond Compliance, by Roger Gascoigne, Senior Director and Derek Ryan, Global Consulting Lead at Willis Towers Watson
 The PPF Consults on a new D&B Insolvency Risk Scores by Emily Sturgess, Senior Consultant, XPS Pensions Group
 Taits Modern Pensions by Fiona Tait, Technical Director, Intelligent Pensions
 Inner Workings by Tom Murray, Head of Product Strategy, LifePlus Solution, Majesco
 Pension Pillar by Dale Critchley, Policy Manager, Aviva plc
 Retirement Puzzle by Alexander White, Head of ALM Research, Redington
 Solvency II & Beyond by Peter Thomas, Director and Anirvan Choudhury, Senior Manager at PwC
 Lights, Camera, Actuary... by Zoe Bolton, Bolton Associates
 Information Exchange by Jonathan Guard, Director Commercial Markets, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions

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