Valuing Human Life and the Environment: The J-value Framework for Assessing How Much to Spend on a Protection System

Presented by Prof. Philip Thomas

12th November 2009

 

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Panel Discussion: A Survival Guide to being an Actuarial Student

22nd October 2009

 

In this successful interactive panel discussion, a panel of alumni (consisting of a mixture of students and newly-qualified actuaries of the UK Actuarial Profession) and a panel of employers from each of the main actuarial fields gave some top tips on:

  • How to maintain a healthy work/life/study balance

  • Effective studying while working

  • How to be a good worker – from top student to top employee

 

 

Economic Environment and DB Pension Provision

Presented by Prof. Andrew Clare

10th September 2009

 

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Actuarial Alumni Networking Reception

Summer BBQ in Cass courtyard

9th July 2009

 

 

TANC Annual Lecture: The Seven Key Drivers of the Future - Actuarially Speaking

Presented by Ray Hammond

20th May 2009

 

This lecture explored Ray's seven key drivers that could affect our future in detail and how they are of particular relevance to Actuaries. These are: World Population Growth, Climate Change, The Looming Energy Crisis, The World's Poorest Billion, Globalization, Accelerating Exponential Technology Development and the Prevent-Extend model of new medicine.

 

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The Crisis of 2008: What is real, what is behavioural?

Presented by Prof. Gulnur Muradoglu

10th March 2009

 

 

TANC Workshop: How to make a success of yourself (and still keep your friends)

Run by Hilary Johnson, Embrace Success

12th Feb 2009

 

This was a workshop in emotional intelligence. Both being successful at work and being popular rely on well developed emotional intelligence – a key life skill which does not form part of the formal education system in this country. During this session participants:

  • Understood the key elements of emotional intelligence

  • Had the opportunity for some self-discovery; and

  • Learnt to put some of these skills into practice.

 

 

 

2009 Events

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