Uncertainty is a continuum that ranges from that which we are certain of at one end through to that which we are completely ignorant of at the other. This continuum may be divided into three broad categories: aleatory, epistemic and ontological uncertainty.
Jonathan Goodwin recently came to the UK from South Africa to join our growing team of actuarial analysts. We asked Jonathan to share a few things about himself.
Alkistis recently joined us at MBE having moved to the UK from Greece, via Portugal and Edinburgh! Alkistis is an Actuarial Analyst, and recently joined our growing team of actuaries. We asked Alkistis to share a few things about herself.
An introduction to a four-part series of blogs about the pitfalls of actuarial process improvement, and where the invisible gorilla fits in.
Humankind’s attitude to gold is bizarre. Chemically, it is uninteresting – it barely reacts with any other element. Yet, of all the 118 elements in the periodic table, gold is the one we humans have always tended to choose to use as currency. Why? Why not osmium or chromium, or helium, say – or maybe seaborgium?
Case Study: Read how we helped fast track a major South African Insurer with their IFRS 17 transition preparation for two of their main portfolios.
Called the “snail” by Italians and the “monkey tail” by the Dutch, it’s hard to remember (thanks to email addresses, Twitter handles and LinkedIn mentions) a time when the @ sign was just an obscure symbol on our keyboards. @ has even been inducted into the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.