Keep up with what’s been happening this week in our actuarial news round-up…
Progress in passing a bill to stop a no-deal Brexit in parliament has been a “chink of light” for UK business, according to the head of Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Insurance firms can no longer rely on their brand names to retain customers and should offer instant, flexible and digital quotes, a leading data analytics company has said.
University staff will be more than £200,000 worse off under new pension arrangements as a result of rising contributions and reduced benefits, according to analysis for the University and College Union.
Total capital dedicated to the global reinsurance industry reached $559 billion in the half-year point of 2019, up 8% from the year-end 2018, according to Willis Re’s latest Reinsurance Market Report.
Willis Towers Watson will hold the first ever Airport Risk Community (ARC) conference offsetting the event’s carbon emissions.