Everyone has their own different words to describe 2013, but one word that nobody should be using is ‘boring’. So much has happened this year to ma...
Gone are the days when a solid lock and alarm system would suffice to protect a workplace from criminals. Attacks on businesses via the internet are increasing exponentially, as data systems evolve and hackers become more sophisticated.
Pietro Parodi’s paper, Triangle-Free Reserving, has generated a great deal of interest among GI reserving actuaries. Our blog lokos at what all the fuss is about.
Our 2014 PPF Levy survey has found that 90% of respondents are either worried or very concerned about the likelihood of companies successfully correcting errors or omissions in Experian’s data in time for April 2014.
The FCA or PRA can contract a skilled persons review directly in addition to the firms contracting the skilled persons themselves. Our blog looks at this in more detail.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has published the 2014/15 Levy Determination and confirmed that the levy estimate will be £695 million as originally proposed.
D&B have announced that they are going to be making widespread changes to the way they calculate failure scores.
Motor Insurance Premiums – What consumers are doing? It’s nearly been a year since the EU gender ruling kicked in and over this period motor premiu...
What has happened? On 08 November 2013 the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) sent out a request to firms in the Internal Model Approval Process...
For the majority of us, hearing loss is a natural occurrence that develops with age. For those who work in environments involving prolonged exposure to high noise levels, hearing loss becomes a far more serious issue.