The Actuary - May issue

The May issue


  • The co-morbidity question
    Would the majority of COVID-19 victims have died this year anyway, as some have suggested? Matthew Edwards and Stuart McDonald investigate
  • Method behind the model
    Climate scientist and mathematician Dr Emily Shuckburgh talks to Chris Seekings and Sharad Bajla about modelling the future impacts of climate change, and how actuaries can help
  • A new world order
    Alistair Chamberlain examines the impact that COVID-19 is having on business, and the long-term implications for the actuarial profession and the way we work


  • Carrying on amid uncertainty
    Barely six months ago, pandemics were the preserve of a small group of experts. Now, COVID-19 and its consequences are all too pervasive.
  • Apart, together
    We are social animals, and need our connections more than ever during lockdown and in the socially distant world that will undoubtedly follow.
  • The future of long term product guarantees
    Brandon Horwitz considers why products with long term guarantees still have a role, and how the Long Term Product Guarantees Working Party intends to explore this further.
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