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… Jill Gallagher from Hymans Robertson. Warm congratulations to our worthy winner Jill in winning our Stars of the Future 2021 Award, sponsored by Star Actuarial Futures. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone taking part in a very close run contest with all of our nominees in very close order at the end of voting, so congratulations to all, with a special mention to our runners up Kyalo Burt-Fulcher from Deloitte and Dweenisha Caleechurn from EY.

 Read Jill's reaction to winning this the Stars of the Future 2021 award in this month's special winners edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine.

 We also have Helen Galey from Willis Towers Watson looking at the risks facing the Olympics in Tokyo 2021 and we have Dave Garratt from Duck Creek Technologies as he shines the spotlight on the growing global disparity in technology adoption.

 As ever our regular authors contribute more interesting and insightful articles for you to peruse.

 Retirement Puzzle by Alex White - Redington
 Information Exchange by James Burton - LexisNexis Risk
 Tait's Modern Pensions by Fiona Tait - Intelligent Pensions
 Pension Pillar by Dale Critchley - Aviva
 Inner Workings by Tom Murray - Majesco
 Lights, Camera, Actuary by Zoe Bolton - Bolton Associates

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