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The Institute is delighted to offer a unique opportunity to hear from Michelle Levy, Chair of the Treasury's Quality of Advice Review (QUOR) in her first public presentation on the final recommendations of the Review, followed by a Q&A and a plenary debate with leading experts. They’ll discuss whether the Review final recommendations are sufficient, need adjusting, or whether other ideas are required to make financial advice truly affordable and accessible for all Australians.
Uncertainty is an ever-present feature of the economic, financial, and social environment. And ways need to be found to deal with that uncertainty. Once technique is scenario analysis.
This Green Paper - a collaboration between the Actuaries Institute and independent economist Michael Blythe - aims to share insights about scenario analysis and identify some plausible alternative futures that actuaries could consider as part of their professional work while also being highly relevant for many other professionals in many industries given the interconnectedness of the economy.
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There's never been a more important time to update your data science skillset as a practicing actuary.
The Institute's data science microcredential empowers you with the latest data science tools and techniques, enabling you to solve complex and challenging business problems and cementing your value as a data professional. Enjoy the flexibility to choose the investment of time and type of study that meets your needs.
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Engaging an actuary can help your organisation turn data into knowledge.
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For our latest thought leadership that includes topics such as cyber risk, home insurance, affordability and intergenerational equity.
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.
Read the latest blog by our Mortality Working Group that examines that total monthly excess mortality rates by age, gender, state and nationally, and the leading cause of Death in Australia.