Tag Archives: Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

“Are we experiencing a second wave?” – asks Stuart McDonald

  By Stuart McDonald for                                                                       … Continue reading

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Quality Assurance from First Actuarial

  Sometime you need a job done well, for me it tends to start with water pouring through a light socket after someone left the bath-tap running upstairs! A lot of the time we’re called in to do some financial … Continue reading

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The problem with actuaries

The closest most actuaries get to the beneficiaries of pensions is behind a one way mirror watching a focus group arranged by a marketing company. Continue reading

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Don’t tell me what to do – give me advice!

In a recent polldaddy poll I asked whether people would pay for advice to get information, find out their options or to be told what to do. 60% of people wanted options , 30% wanted to be told what to do and 10% … Continue reading

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