Pamela Hellig considers the main points product development actuaries may need to think about when designing and pricing products in an IFRS 17 world.
Contrary to what insurance pricing legislation suggests, women do, in fact, live longer than men – a phenomenon that has been true for centuries and doesn’t seem to be changing.
Today’s beard trend associated with the hipster generation is actually nothing new – and neither is the love-it-or-hate-it attitude that goes with it.
Carrots and peas, Romeo and Juliet, actuaries and puzzles…matches made in heaven! Actuaries (well, mathematicians, but close enough) have been associated with puzzles for centuries – something about our competitive and dogged streak when it comes to problem-solving
We all procrastinate sometimes, some more than others. This Lighter Side article looks at some simple ways for you to control your inner procrastinator.
Ever wondered what Wall Street is named after? No? Well it was, strangely enough, named after a wall.
Whether you are reading this from a place where the winter is just beginning, or from a place where the winter never seems to end, it’s a good time of year to cosy up with some soul-nourishing, actuarial reading material.