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In April 2015, Actuaries Magazine moved to a continuous online publishing cycle - Actuaries Digital.

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Archived Editions of ACTUARIES MAGAZINE

Previous print editions of Actuaries Magazine can be found in this archive.


Actuaries Digital covers all practice areas as well as columns by students, your Institute CEO and President, and leaders in industry. Find event reports, career and diversity articles, and some of our reader-favourite, featured content like:

Each edition of this regular interview column follows the study and career of six recently qualified actuaries. Discover the twists and turns of their journeys so far.
i am an actuary

These fun, fast-talking Q&A interviews spotlight the curious interests and hobbies of actuaries outside work, plus their musings and career experiences. Published fortnightly.
under the spotlight

Previously penned by "In the Margin" puzzle-writer actuary, Genevieve Hayes, the series has passed to author trio Dan Mayoh, Oliver Chambers and Jevon Fulbrook as "The Critical Line". Send in your solutions! Each month, we award a $50 Dymocks voucher to one lucky winner.
critical line

This new section covers Asia market trends, events, and the experiences of actuaries working and living in Asia. Please get in touch if you would like to contribute.

Leaders from inside and outside the actuarial profession share advice and views. Find articles, podcast and video interviews like 'On clouds of data', where Qantas CEO Alan Joyce talks mathematics skills and business leadership; disruption in the airline industry; and influencing societal values as a CEO.