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You can now browse abstracts for all 220+ concurrent sessions on the ICA2023 website.
Join the world’s brightest actuarial minds over five days to learn, share and network in Sydney. ICA2023 will bring the global profession together – in-person and online – to share their challenges and triumphs, expertise and insights, and their plans for a better future.
This Green Paper launches the Australian Actuaries Home Insurance Affordability (AAHIA) Index, which measures how many days of income it takes a household to pay a home insurance premium - and showcases how actuaries use data for good, and their expertise on climate change issues.
The paper details that one million homes (approximately 10% nationally) spend more than four weeks of their gross annual income on home insurance, classified as vulnerable on the AAHIA Index. These vulnerable households are concentrated in the Northern Territory, Queensland and Northern NSW.
The CRWG supports actuaries working in climate risk related roles to share best practice within the profession and contribute to public policy discussions of climate-related issues.
Data analytics has been a powerful catalyst in the business world that has helped create brand new industries and change the way existing ones operate. The significant effects of data have also created new demands on the profession.
To help support Members, the Institute has launched a new Data Analytics Applications Microcredential.
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Engaging an actuary can help your organisation turn data into knowledge.
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Read the latest COVID-19 information from local and international sources.
The Australian Actuaries Climate Index reached a record level across Australia during autumn, driven by extreme rainfall across the east coast and high temperatures in northern Australia. Find out more.
The AAIEI tracks and assesses 24 indicators across six broad domains that relate to wealth and wellbeing. Explore the Interactive Results page.