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Longevity risk in retirement – an academic and industry outlook

In the first major YAP Melbourne event of the year, Dr. David Knox, Senior Partner at Mercer and Prof. Johnny Li, award-winning Professor at the University of Melbourne, came together to discuss longevity risk and its impact on Australia’s retirement system.

by Jacky Yang

Posted 17 April 2019


2019 Actuarial Hackathon

Back for its second year, the Actuarial Hackathon calls for actuaries who have passion for making a social impact! 

by Emily Law

Posted 18 April 2019

Actuaries Taking the Lead

How to proxy the unmodellable

At the 2018 GIS, a paper prepared by Benjamin Avanzi, Greg Taylor, Bernard Wong and Alan Xian was awarded the Taylor Fry Silver Prize. In this article, Alan outlines key highlights of their paper on Analysing granular insurance claims in the presence of unobservable or complex drivers.

by Benjamin Avanzi , Greg Taylor , Bernard Wong , and Alan Xian

Posted 16 April 2019

Event Reports

IAA Mexico – An Interview with Australian delegate Greg Martin

Twice a year the Council and Committee of the International Actuarial Association (IAA) meet in various regions of the world. Kirsten Flynn spoke with Greg Martin, who attended the latest meeting in Mexico City.

by Kirsten Flynn

Posted 17 April 2019


President’s report to members – March 2019 Council Meeting

President Nicolette Rubinsztein reports on the key issues discussed, and the decisions made, at the Actuaries Institute Council meeting held on 12 March 2019.

by Actuaries Institute

Posted 16 April 2019

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