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Covid currently on the wane – unlike excess deaths – C19 Friday report

                                                                                                                         http://www.covidactuaries.org Friday Report: Issue 73 By: Adele Groyer & John Roberts Covid-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence.   Covid-19 is still among the most important health topics for scientific papers and articles. The Covid‑19 Actuaries Response … Continue reading

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C19 actuaries report on the ongoing toll Covid is taking on the nation’s health – bulletin 72

                                                                                                                         http://www.covidactuaries.org Friday Report: Issue 72   By: Adele Groyer, John Roberts, Dan Ryan & Matt Fletcher Covid-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence.   Covid-19 is still among the most important health topics for scientific papers … Continue reading

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“Taking CDC out of the hands of actuaries and lawyers”

What does “taking CDC out of the hands of actuaries and lawyers” mean? — Mike Harrison (@HigherEdActuary) August 20, 2022 Mike usually picks up on the real point I am trying to make in a blog. A couple of blogs … Continue reading

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Combining pensions – what are Dan and Steve really up to?

  Dan Mikulskis and Steve Webb have teamed up to write a paper aimed at people considering combining their pension pots. They are writing for the kind of sophisticated consumer who knows their way around pensions and is thinking of … Continue reading

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Can pension projections make sense of our savings?

In a dignified article in the FT, Steve Webb  warns that the Financial Reporting Council’s plans to project pension returns based on how investments have done in the past comes with the real risk that ” the new statement figures … Continue reading

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15m have died from Covid – Covid ARG’s 66th report.

Friday Report: Issue 66                                        www.covid-arg.com By: John Roberts, Adele Groyer and Matt Fletcher   COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. … Continue reading

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Covid Actuaries report improvement in canine longevity (it’s a dog’s life)

Friday Report: Issue 65   www.covidarg.com By: John Roberts, Adele Groyer, Matt Fletcher and Dan Ryan COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence. COVID-19 is still one of the hottest topics for scientific papers and articles. The COVID-19 Actuaries … Continue reading

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Covid infections break pandemic records – C19 Arg – tell you why!

                                                                                                                         http://www.covidactuaries.org Friday Report: Issue 64 By: John Roberts, Adele Groyer, Matt Fletcher and Dan Ryan   COVID-19 is still one of the hottest topics for scientific papers and articles. The COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group provides a bi-weekly Friday … Continue reading

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The Hymans master trust default fund review; “in the midst of life….”

https://readymag.com/p14287617 I am pleased to see Hymans Robertson publishing data from a number of master trusts that puts the member’s experience to the fore. They have produced a framework for understanding the impact of default investment strategies that they claim … Continue reading

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Why do actuaries worry more about death than life?

Yesterday the ONS published new numbers on anticipated life expectancy in the UK. Follow David Robbins’ thread for the significance of life expectancy to the recalculation of the state pension age. 1/X) It could be said that today’s ONS life … Continue reading

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