Consultation on genetic tests in life insurance regulation: Actuaries advise for fair balance

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The Actuaries Institute strongly supports the Government’s objective to maximise the benefits of genetic testing while ensuring consumers can access affordable life insurance and the life insurance industry is sustainable.

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Australian actuaries recognised for their contributions to climate policy and solutions

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The Actuaries Institute has named Rade Musulin and Sharanjit Paddam as recipients of the 2023 Actuary of the Year Award for their work in developing solutions for climate change and

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Artificial intelligence and anti-discrimination: Major new publication

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The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) and the Actuaries Institute (Institute) said while artificial intelligence (AI) promises faster and smarter decision making, safeguards are needed to prevent potential discrimination. A

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Labor’s first budget is fiscally responsible amid severe domestic and global challenges

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The Federal Government’s revised 2022-23 Budget, delivered tonight by Treasurer Jim Chalmers, contains fiscally responsible measures which are essential at a time when the nation’s growth trajectory confronts severe domestic

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Actuaries Institute celebrates 125 years, focus remains on assessing future trends

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The Actuaries Institute this month celebrates 125 years of guiding government, business and the wider community through insight, independent advice, and rigorous data analysis. From a small group of like-minded

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Collaboration needed to prevent multi-billion dollar losses from cyber attacks

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The Actuaries Institute has issued a detailed report urging government, businesses, and insurers to collaboratively address significant insurance gaps in protection against cyber attacks that have already cost the Australian

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Actuaries Institute names Chris Dolman Actuary of the Year 2022

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The Actuaries Institute has named Chris Dolman 2022 Actuary of the Year. Chris is considered by his peers as the leading actuary in data ethics, sharing his knowledge widely through

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Actuaries develop a framework for maximising retirement income

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Superannuation funds will soon get more ‘hands on’ with helping members convert their super into retirement income once the new Retirement Income Covenant (RIC) takes effect, according to a paper

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Australian Government’s 2022-23 Budget delivers for many but reform still needed over long-term

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The Federal Government’s 2022-23 Budget, delivered tonight by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, outlines measures to guide Australia’s economy to continued prosperity but longer term public policy changes will eventually need to

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Ian Laughlin awarded Actuaries Institute’s highest honour for lifetime’s work

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Ian Laughlin, a former deputy chair of APRA, with a distinguished corporate career as a managing director and board member, has been awarded the Australian Actuaries Institute’s highest honour, a

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