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Join the world's brightest actuarial minds over five days to learn, share and network in Sydney. ICA2023 will bring the global profession together - in person and online - to share their challenges and triumphs, expertise and insights, and their plans for a better future.
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Data professionals love the technology and innovation that underpin the data revolution.
In this year’s Data Science Seminar, we dive into data and its techniques but also look beyond the science to debate and understand a wider view of data: regulation and professionalism, careers and education, the philosophy and practice of data ethics.
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We’ve now got more than 5,500 Members and continue to attract the best and brightest into our profession - half those members are under 35.
All Actuaries Institute Members should have received an email asking you to renew your 2022-23 Institute membership by 1 October 2022.
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Australians are more dependent than ever on technology and cyber risk cost the Australian economy $33 billion last financial year.
This Green Paper, written by actuaries Win-Li Toh and Ross Simmonds, and technology expert Michael Neary, notes while the first line of defence against cyber risk will always be good cyber hygiene and security, cyber insurance is an important second line of defence.
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Engaging an actuary can help your organisation turn data into knowledge.
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Read the latest COVID-19 information from local and international sources.
The Australian Actuaries Climate Index reached a record level across Australia during autumn, driven by extreme rainfall across the east coast and high temperatures in northern Australia. Find out more.
The AAIEI tracks and assesses 24 indicators across six broad domains that relate to wealth and wellbeing. Explore the Interactive Results page.