Keep up with what’s been happening this week in our actuarial news round-up…
The UK’s economy may have tipped into recession following a downturn in the dominant service sector, according to closely-watched figures.
Last month was the worst September on the high street in eight years as sales in bricks and mortar stores plummeted, according to the data published today by BDO.
Six million home and motor insurance policy holders are overpaying a combined £1.2bn in annual premiums because insurance firms are not giving good deals to loyal customers.
Campaigners have lost a significant legal battle against the government’s handling of the rise in women’s state pension age.
Three out of the top five global risks facing businesses over the next decade are economic threats, an annual survey by the World Economic Forum (WEF) has uncovered.