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In her 2022 Presidential Video - Fearless Actuaries – President Annette King links the strength of our past to the potential of our future. She commits the Institute and the profession to social good and growing opportunities for actuaries.
Annette also calls on all actuaries to speak up, and have the courage to seize opportunities – “the age of data is the age of the actuary”, says Annette.
From 2-4 May 2022, actuaries across Australia came together to enjoy a stacked program. This year’s Summit embraced longer break times, networking drinks, and even a Gala Dinner. All designed to make reconnecting with your peers and friends easier than even before.
Click here to view the official 2022 All-Actuaries Summit photo album.
We're looking forward to welcoming you to the ICA2023! Registration opens in June 2022.
Expand your network and position yourself as a global innovator. A friendly reminder that the All-Actuaries Summit in 2023 will also be replaced by the ICA2023.
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 Summer 2021/22 update includes a more granular breakdown of data than usual given the significant localised flooding in QLD and NSW that began in February and led to the deaths of 22 people and an estimated $2.5 billion of insurance claims as at 14 April (noting this figure is subject to revision and includes claims incurred in summer and autumn 2022 as heavy rainfall and flooding continued into that season).
The AAIEI tracks and assesses 24 indicators across six broad domains that relate to wealth and wellbeing. Explore the Interactive Results page.