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This podcast series examines current and emerging issues facing the actuarial profession and challenges to businesses.

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TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=e3add7f9-ab1d-47b4-a54a-65be6283840bDESCRIPTION:Tatiana Potemina (Natural Perils Senior Pricing Advisor at @Suncorp Group) joins Tim Andrews (Chief Operating Officer of Analytics at Chubb) and Simone Collins (Senior Actuary at Picnic Labs + Picnic Syndicate, and Curator of the General Insurance practice area for the 2021 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit) to discuss the plenary topic ‘Recent Developments in Understanding Natural Climate Variability’.Simone, Tatiana and Tim also discuss which General Insurance and broader fields concurrent sessions they are looking forward to attending.Register for the 2021 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit - https://www.actuaries.asn.au/microsites/all-actuaries-virtual-summit-2021/registrationABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auhttps://linktr.ee/ActuariesInstituteFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=70669c54-c171-45ed-af6f-a0bed76ce55aDESCRIPTION:In this episode of the Actuaries Institute Podcast, Superannuation Practice Committee (SPC) Convenor, Tim Jenkins, is joined by committee member Louise Campbell to discuss the latest news and developments from the SPC.The SPC comprises 12 members across a variety of consulting firms, investment managers, and superannuation funds. The Committee is supported by many Sub-committees, Working Groups and Taskforces to assist in in the delivery of their five strategic goals, which are:1. Enhance the role and reputation of superannuation actuaries.2. Engage and set public policy regarding superannuation, working with the broader Institute to liaise appropriately with regulators.3. Maintain and develop the professional documents for superannuation actuaries.4. Support the CPD needs of Institute Members.5. Ensure the superannuation and retirement income education is up to date and is relevant.ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auhttps://linktr.ee/ActuariesInstituteFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=0b75ef18-5161-4f31-bce4-d2b6eb269a05DESCRIPTION:David Knox (Global Pension Expert), Tim Jenkins (Partner at Mercer) and Richard Dunn (Consultant at Rice Warner) discuss the Gender Inequality Gap in Retirement Savings Gap and what you can expect to see at the upcoming 2021 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit in the latest Actuaries Institute Podcast.David and Richard share their ideation and research behind their Superannuation plenary session and why it's important not only for themselves but for all actuaries to be invested in closing the gender gap.Tim, David and Richard also discuss what Superannuation concurrent sessions they are looking forward to attending.Register for the 2021 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit - https://www.actuaries.asn.au/microsites/all-actuaries-virtual-summit-2021/registrationABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auhttps://linktr.ee/ActuariesInstituteFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=3a2a28c3-f71b-41c2-9ac1-865853e35b47DESCRIPTION:Dee Madigan (Creative Director at Campaign Edge), Queenie Chow (Microinsurance Specialist at Milliman) and Vice President Naomi Edwards discuss the 2021 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit in the latest Actuaries Institute Podcast.Dee discusses her background as a creative director and panellist for consumer affairs talk shows having appeared regularly on Gruen, Sunrise and The Latest.Naomi and Queenie bring their unique perspective on what it means to be an actuary and the perception of the brand and profession.Register for the 2021 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit - https://www.actuaries.asn.au/microsites/all-actuaries-virtual-summit-2021/registrationABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auhttps://linktr.ee/ActuariesInstituteFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=4934ef3a-79e5-4532-a09b-ea87ab7f9761DESCRIPTION:Following on from the record-breaking 2020 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit, Jennifer Lang (2021 Virtual Summit Organising Committee Convenor) and Naomi Edwards (Actuaries Institute Vice President) discuss the ins and outs of the 2021 Summit in the latest Actuaries Institute Podcast.Joining each other virtually to record this podcast, Jennifer and Naomi dissect the exciting plenary and concurrent program on offer, the high-profile guest speakers locked in to present, and the bargain registrations options which are simply too good to pass up. Register for the 2021 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit - https://www.actuaries.asn.au/microsites/all-actuaries-virtual-summit-2021/registrationABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=63996dae-cc91-4155-bac6-b8ad7e5cdd9cDESCRIPTION: In the final Actuaries Institute podcast for 2020, Risk Management Practice Committee (RMPC) Convenor Liz Baker joins RMPC member Meera Sardana to discuss the latest news, developments and objectives of the RMPC.The RMPC is among the Institute’s smaller Practice Committees, comprising 12 members who work in a wide variety of areas. These industries include life insurance, general insurance, and wealth management, while other RMPC members are university educators, and one is working in marketing analytics.Find out more about the RMPC: https://actuaries.asn.au/microsites/actuaries-managing-risk/people-and-network/rmpcABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=c3c09a0e-929a-4619-9096-45142b4c3f37DESCRIPTION: The outsized growth of the gig economy in recent years has generated strong debate in politics and the general community around the issues of workplace protections, employment rights and financial security of gig economy workers.Now, an in-depth analysis of consumer spending data has revealed new insights into the impact of the gig economy, as discussed in the latest Actuaries Institute Green Paper, 'The Rise of the Gig Economy and its Impact on the Australian Workforce'.Download Paper: https://actuaries.asn.au/Library/Opinion/2020/GPGIGECONOMYWEBtest.pdfMedia Release: https://actuaries.asn.au/Library/MediaRelease/2020/MediaReleaseGigEconomyGreenPaperFinal161220.pdfABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=642ce3cb-6773-45da-87ca-836798f3d809DESCRIPTION:In the latest Actuaries Institute Podcast, Kriti Khullar is joined by the Institute’s Young Data Analytics Working Group (YDAWG) members, Henry Ma and Ean Chan, to discuss their recent analysis of the 2020 US Presidential Election Twitter feed. With a focus on both incumbent President Donald Trump, Democratic nominee Joe Biden, their respective parties and the public, Henry and Ean discuss the method they created for their analysis, the meaningful insights they extracted and reflect on how accurate their analysis was.Find out more about the YDAWG’s analysis of the 2020 US Presidential Election - https://www.actuaries.digital/2020/10/30/make-actuaries-generate-analytics-a-serial-twitter-analysis-for-the-2020-us-presidential-election-by-ydawg-analytica/ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=97717e83-49ad-4a3b-9f1c-3dc1b18ff571DESCRIPTION: Actuaries already stand out in a world crying out for the brilliant analysis and communication of data. But some actuaries do it better than others. This new course – developed by Macquarie Business School, tailored specifically for Actuaries and endorsed by the Actuaries Institute – will give you the burst of intense training you need to get back in front of the curve on data analysis. In this episode of the Actuaries Institute Podcast, Basem Morris, of the Institute's Data Analytics Practice Committee, interviews Maggie Lee, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Actuarial Studies and Business Analytics at Macquarie University, to find out more about the course and why Actuaries should consider signing up.THE COURSE: https://bit.ly/MQUDataSpanning data visualisation and manipulation, machine learning, AI and data ethics, the course is intense, practical and business focused. By the end of the 10 weeks you will be able to:- Apply the latest data analysis techniques to business problems.- Source, prepare, manipulate and evaluate data to be used in modern machine learning.- Know the different modern machine learning methods and how to apply them to solve actuarial problems.- Understand the professional and ethical issues around using the latest data analysis and machine learning methods in a business environment.When: 10 weeks: 1 March - 17 May 2021.Where: Online self-paced Learning including weekly virtual consultations with Macquarie Business School facilitators.How much? $2,350 (incl GST) Early Bird Discount applies. Register before 31 January 2021 (to receive 10% discount).Register: https://events.mgsm.edu.au/event/4YB22Z/ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=04b3b5d3-3045-4017-95a9-6a43c7a2c482DESCRIPTION: Affordability of property insurance is a complex issue that remains a challenge for many stakeholders, notwithstanding numerous inquiries over at least the past decade. The ACCC’s three-year Northern Australia Insurance Inquiry is the latest and about to wrap up with the final report to be delivered to the Treasurer.It is against this backdrop, with an overlay of a longer-term overall increase in climate‑related risks, that this latest Actuaries Institute Research Paper, Property insurance affordability: Challenges and potential solutions, has been launched. In this episode of the Actuaries Institute podcast, authors Rade Musulin and Kate Lyons join Vanessa Beenders to discuss the key points and recommendations of the research.Download Paper: https://actuaries.asn.au/Library/Miscellaneous/2020/GIRESEARCHPAPER.pdfMedia Release: https://www.actuaries.asn.au/Library/MediaRelease/2020/MediaReleasePropertyInsuranceAffordability301120Final.pdfABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=5a1a74c4-3ead-453e-bcf5-7328bdf7b1faDESCRIPTION: The conference that every young actuary has been looking forward to all year is action-packed and right around the corner!With the upcoming annual Young Actuaries Conference (YAC) fast approaching on Tuesday 8 December, James Aclis, Convenor of the Organising Committee and Michelle Dong, member of the Organising Committee discuss the origins of YAC and provide an exclusive sneak-peak of the program, speakers and virtual networking for the 2020 conference in the latest Actuaries Institute podcast.Register for the 2020 Young Actuaries Conference: https://actuaries.asn.au/microsites/young-actuaries-conference-2020/ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=64a2a45c-3752-4bad-8556-d00130784584DESCRIPTION: Taking the road less travelled has landed Laura Tsui in the cockpit of Qantas’s foray into using data analysis to assess commercial performance and customer engagement. Having completed actuarial studies at the University of New South Wales, Laura opted to move away from traditional actuarial roles and was inspired by the opportunities available in data analytics. In this latest Actuaries Institute podcast, Laura joins Meg Yang, of from the Institute’s Young Data Analytics Working Group, to discuss Laura’s professional journey so far and the key reason why she wouldn’t hesitate to hire actuarial talent to fulfilfor data analytical roles.ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=3de6a82a-77f8-42ce-98da-3acdcb3771d8DESCRIPTION: In the latest Actuaries Institute podcast, Angat Sandhu virtually interviews Annette King, chair and co-founder of Galileo Platforms, to discuss the formation and purpose of Galileo, her advice to those considering establishing an insurtech startup, and the important role actuaries will play in the development of the insurtech space into the future.ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=9f2690d0-bd9f-4bcd-be2c-2484d136384fDESCRIPTION: Through the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in Asia, the activities of the Institute’s International Committee (IC) haven’t slowed. In this practice update podcast, IC members Brendan Counsell and Andy Yang discuss the IC’s Asia strategy and implementation in the new virtual world.ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=30f2030d-35bd-4d3f-89a3-a13071fca038DESCRIPTION: Fresh off being awarded the prestigious 2020 Actuary of the Year Award, Jennifer Lang joins Ian Laughlin to discuss her journey to becoming an actuary, her message to young women entering the profession, and where she sees the future of the actuary in the latest Actuaries Institute podcast.ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=bc029c26-f441-4b6d-9811-964cab41fe1bDESCRIPTION: The collective impact of the Hayne Royal Commission, the summer bushfires and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has been well and truly felt throughout the general insurance space. In this practice update podcast, Win-Li Toh (Convenor) and Estelle Pearson, of the Institute’s General Insurance Practice Committee (GIPC), revisit these challenges and how they have shaped the future direction of the GIPC and the profession as a whole.ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=28a29782-0011-4757-a462-f57e116ffb19DESCRIPTION: Liesje Jansen van Rensburg, Senior Pricing Actuary at Gen Re, joins Yan Sun, Business Development Director – APAC at Axa, to discuss and compare the impact of COVID-19 on insurance businesses in Australia and throughout Asia in the latest Actuaries Institute podcast.ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
TRANSCRIPT: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=ca083199-983b-4524-a4e4-cc98eaf45552DESCRIPTION: Monday 17 August 2020 saw the launch of the Australian Actuaries Intergenerational Equity Index (AAIEI), commissioned by the Actuaries Institute and written by three Taylor Fry staff (Ramona Meyricke, Laura Dixie and Hugh Miller).The Green Paper, 'Mind the gap – The Australian Actuaries Intergenerational Equity Index', and the interactive index are both available at the Actuaries Institute webpage. They represent an important contribution to the debate about how to treat generations ‘fairly’ by examining structural factors that have been changing over time.The index itself tracks a wealth and wellbeing score of three distinct age groups over time, using over 20 indicators drawn from six domains (economic & fiscal, housing, health & disability, social, education and environment) with the overall absolute index results shown below.ABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
Transcript: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=fcacc1df-3e10-4f12-9e65-2b2a7493dffcDESCRIPTION: In line with the successful launch of the Dialogue paper Spending in retirement and the taper rate, author Andrew Boal recently joined John McLenaghan on the Actuaries Institute podcast to discuss the key points and recommendations of the paper.Download the Dialogue Paper: https://actuaries.asn.au/Library/Opinion/2020/TheDialogueNo11SPENDINGINRBOALWEB1.pdfABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
Transcript: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud:443/download-ticket?ticketId=606e9734-10bf-4a70-a638-23518c89a2d4DESCRIPTION: Today the Actuaries Institute releases another publication in its Dialogue series - Developing the retirement income framework. Written by Anthony Asher, Convenor of the Retirement Incomes Working Group, the Dialogue explores the case to be made for a compulsory longevity risk management element to be added to superannuation products.In this podcast, Anthony is joined by Jim Hennington to discuss the key points and recommendations of the Dialogue, which conclude that:- superannuation funds should include a longevity-based product in their retirement income offerings and provide retirees with greater levels of low-cost financial advice; and- having products that more efficiently manage longevity risk will result in higher living standards in retirement and better align the superannuation system with its objectives.Download the Dialogue Paper: https://actuaries.logicaldoc.cloud/download-ticket?ticketId=b6c596fe-d86e-4ed6-82b2-b9faeca533fdABOUT THE ACTUARIES INSTITUTE:As the sole professional body for Members in Australia and overseas, the Actuaries Institute represents the interests of the profession to government, business and the community. Actuaries assess risks through long-term analyses, modelling and scenario planning across a wide range of business problems.This unrivalled expertise enables the profession to comment on a range of business-related issues including enterprise risk management and prudential regulation, retirement income policy, finance and investment, general insurance, life insurance and health financing.Find out more about actuarieshttps://www.actuaries.asn.auFollow the Institute of Actuaries on our social channels;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/792645/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Actuaries-Institute/183337668450632Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ActuariesInstTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ActuariesInst
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