The Actuary is the leading publication for the actuarial profession in the United Kingdom. Owned by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, its aim is to support and inform professionals tackling crucial changes in regulation, best practice and socio-economic trends.

The Actuary is the leading publication for the actuarial profession in the United Kingdom. Owned by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, its aim is to support and inform professionals tackling crucial changes in regulation, best practice and socio-economic trends.

The Actuary is the leading publication for the actuarial profession in the United Kingdom. Owned by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries,...

Europe’s insurers demand risk-based approach to money laundering

The European Commission’s legislative package on anti-money laundering (AML) must avoid placing unnecessary burdens on very low-risk sectors such as life insurance, according to Insurance Europe...
The European Commission’s legislative package on anti-money laundering (AML) must avoid placing unnecessary burdens on very low-risk sectors such as life insurance, according to Insurance Europe...
Article / 7 months ago

Bailey sets out Bank of England priorities for regulating insurers

The Bank of England will focus on the soundness of insurers and protection of policyholders while supporting the industry to invest in the UK economy and the green transition, according to its governor...
The Bank of England will focus on the soundness of insurers and protection of policyholders while supporting the industry to invest in the UK economy and the green transition, according to its governor...
Article / 7 months ago

Private sector urged to address 'chronic underinvestment in climate resilience'

A coalition of investors, insurers, banks, rating agencies and governments have outlined how three key factors are responsible for “chronic underinvestment in climate resilience” by the private sector...
A coalition of investors, insurers, banks, rating agencies and governments have outlined how three key factors are responsible for “chronic underinvestment in climate resilience” by the private sector...
Article / 7 months ago

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