A group of Life actuaries have released a series of blogs considering various ways that the pandemic has affected Life insurers. The first blog considers potential differences in the extent of Covid-19 that may or may not have an impact on the assumption-setting processes in a particular company and its businesses in different countries.
Laura Llewellyn-Jones, of the IFoA’s COVID-19 Action Taskforce (ICAT) Social Security group, looks at the challenges of workers in vulnerable or informal employment and the impact of the covid-19 pandemic.
In this blog post, Mike discusses how the financial risks of climate change are a constant feature in both his actuarial and public interest work.
Many employers support members in taking on IFoA volunteer roles – with their own interests in mind.
In this blog, Shubhanjali Gupta, fellow actuary, talks about her journey into the profession and some of the challenges she’s faced.
IFoA member David Ford, introduces the new practical guide to help actuaries working in Life Insurance consider the impact of climate change.
Everything the IFoA does is directed by over 4,000 actuarial colleagues giving their time to volunteer for their profession. Make the most of your membership and get involved.
The place of the volunteer in the IFoA has long been valued and recognised; we remain a membership organisation reliant on and driven by actuaries like you, and other professionals, who give their time for the good of the profession and to enhance actuarial science.
In the eighth of our series on the work of the IFoA’s Practice Area Boards, Nick Reilly, outgoing Chair, and Chris Reynolds, incoming Chair of the IFoA’s Health and Care Practice Area Board, round up a busy year for the Board.
In the seventh of our series on the work of the IFoA’s volunteer-led Practice Boards, Dick Rae, Chair of the IFoA’s Finance and Investment Board, looks at how the Board are honing their outputs to reach and help members working in this area.