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 Jeff Reeves
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 Steve Alpert
A year ago, in my inaugural address as Academy president, I challenged the profession to engage in a dialogue about how the public values the contributions of the actuarial profession and how actuarial professionalism guides us in navigating the dynamic relationship among the public, the principal, and the profession.
By John Stokesbury
The other day at the gym, there was this guy wearing a T-shirt that read, “And planks don’t like you either.”
By Wes Edwards
The midterm elections will, among other things, deliver a referendum on the current status of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Americans’ increasing sense that access to quality health care is a right, not a privilege for those who can afford it.
By Steven F. Malerich
To improve accounting for insurance contracts, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has decided to eliminate retrospective DAC adjustments, but to require retrospective updates for traditional life and health insurance reserves.