Australia's favourite scientist, Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki, praised actuaries for their ability to see patterns in the data, recognising the impacts of smoking and of climate change in particular.
As bushfire rages in Eastern Australia, this article considers how mitigation and insurance can play a role in closing an emerging 'protection gap'.
Exponential transactional volumes in the digital world mean insurers have a lot to gain from partnering with the right players to fulfil customer needs and create value. A recent Oliver Wyman event shared learnings from its work with global insurers to do just this.
Convenor of the Diversity and Inclusion Working Group (DIWG), Lesley Traverso is joined by Working Group members and passionate advocates for diversity and inclusion, Helena McGeorge and Ricky Au. Together they reflect on their learnings and highlights from 2019 and discuss what opportunities the new year will bring.
Convenor of the SPC and Partner at Mercer, Tim Jenkins is joined by Deputy Convenor and Senior Consultant of Willis Towers Watson, Louise Campbell to discuss SPC’s 2019 achievements and the jam-packed agenda for 2020.
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26 MAR 2020
INSIGHTS - THE NEW CODE OF CONDUCT - YOUR OBLIGATIONS
Presented by The Code of Conduct Guidance Group
3-5 JUN 2020
20/20 ALL-ACTUARIES SUMMIT
The Actuaries Institute will hold a singular major conference in 2020 which will cater to all practice areas.
7-9 NOV 2021
INJURY & DISABILITY SCHEMES SEMINAR
The 2021 Injury & Disability Schemes Seminar will be held in Hobart at the Hotel Grand Chancellor.
3-7 APRIL 2022
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF ACTUARIES
In conjunction with the International Actuarial Association, we are delighted to be hosting the 32nd International Congress of Actuaries (ICA) in Sydney.