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The return of inflation?

There are signs that inflation may be making a comeback, after years of being considered fairly benign. This will have implications for a number of sectors, and may present particular challenges for pension actuaries. In this episode, CIA member François Bourdon, FCIA, and economist Sohini Chowdhury join us to discuss why inflation may be a greater concern in the near term, and the implications...

An emerging actuarial application – condominium reserve funds (Part 2)

Reserve funds are used by condominiums to manage future repair and replacement costs. Actuarial work has traditionally been associated with reserves for insurance companies – but can these techniques be applied to condo reserves as well? Jon Juffs, co-author of a new CIA research paper, and Thomas Wendling, POG member for this research project, say yes.

An emerging actuarial application – condominium reserve funds (Part 1)

Reserve funds are used by condominiums to manage future repair and replacement costs. Actuarial work has traditionally been associated with reserves for insurance companies – but can these techniques be applied to condo reserves as well? Jon Juffs, co-author of a new CIA research paper, and Thomas Wendling, POG member for this research project, say yes.

Canadian Institute of Actuaries supports scaling up climate scenario analysis

The Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA) is proud to give its support to the final report of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) and the Bank of Canada’s climate scenario analysis pilot, released in January 2022. The report, the first of its kind in Canada, assesses and discloses climate transition risk associated with six major financial institutions and...

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