Keep up with what’s been happening this week in our actuarial news round-up…


Alison Rose to become first female RBS chief executive

Alison Rose will be the first woman to lead one of Britain’s biggest banks after Royal Bank of Scotland named her as its new chief executive.

Climate change: Firms make green energy vows as call for action grow

Some of the world’s largest firms including Amazon and Google have committed to big-spending green energy plans as calls for climate action increase.

Pensions and healthcare at risk from no-deal Brexit

Around 1.3 million British citizens living in the EU could see their pensions, healthcare and insurance put at risk by a no-deal Brexit, the deVere Group has claimed.

‘Sobering and devastating’: Lloyd’s of London bosses speak out on sexual misconduct claims

Top bosses at Lloyd’s of London have expressed deep regret over a swathe of sexual misconduct allegations that have blighted the historic insurance market’s reputation.

Aviva Investors launches energy transition themed fund

Aviva Investors, the global asset management business of Aviva PLC, today announces the launch of a new fund to support the transition to a low carbon economy as global temperatures continue to rise due to climate change.

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