By R. Evan Inglis
We haven’t come fully to grips with it yet, but our financial world is going through a massive transition that will create challenges for investors in public and private markets.
By R. Evan Inglis
By John Divine
On February 3, Super Bowl LIII will be played in Atlanta, Ga. Routinely the most-watched television program of the year, over 100 million Americans will tune in to see some of the finest athletes in the world square off against each other in a battle of brawn, speed, wit, and—hopefully—analytics.
By Carlos Fuentes
Classic: A book that people praise and don’t read—Mark Twain
By Jennifer K. Chancey
Capital is the buzzword of the day. Does a bank have enough of it right now? Would it be enough to survive a recession or a depression?
By Jeff Reeves
Their daily work may be different, but these younger actuaries share many perspectives about the big picture—and where the profession is headed.
By Jack Cumming
It’s common for older people to want to protect themselves against the contingencies of aging, principally those requiring long-term care—cognitive decline, loss of function, dependency, etc.
By Thomas Ryan
There is tremendous focus now on the promise and potential of “insurtech,” the blending of insurance and advanced technology.
By Michael G. Malloy
Dog is said to be man’s best friend, and cats are notoriously curious … so what are we doing to make sure these curious, furry friends stay healthy throughout their lives?
By Keith Passwater, Dave Nelson, and Thomas Friedrich
Influenza (flu) is an infectious respiratory illness caused by a family of influenza viruses.
By D. Joeff Williams
I recently read a book about archery that made me think about how complex the apparently simple act of hitting a target is.