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If you have original work, ideas and insights to share with your actuarial colleagues, this is your chance to be heard on a global stage and make a difference. A friendly reminder that the All-Actuaries Summit in 2023 will also be replaced by the ICA2023.
Over 2 – 4 May 2022, the All-Actuaries Summit will combine the joy of reconnecting with the thrill of new thinking at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Save the date. Registration will open shortly.
Recognising that it is a busy time, just a friendly reminder that the default date for unpaid Actuaries Institute 2021-22 membership fees is 7 December.
On Monday 6 December, the Actuaries Institute published the latest Green Paper, which calls for a considered conversation about funding of the Aged Care system.
Engaging an actuary can help your organisation turn data into knowledge.
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Browse the latest COVID-19 information from local and international sources.
The Winter 2021 updated showed that 42 out of 43 past seasons recorded weather considered ‘extreme’
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The AAIEI tracks and assesses 24 indicators across six broad domains that relate to wealth and wellbeing. Explore our Interactive Results page.