Eight men out

Last year, I recorded a podcast episode with Frank Grossman, discussing a research project he completed looking at ethical concerns within the profession. I’ve known Frank for over thirty years, and I don’t think we have ever had a conversation that lasted less than an hour, so I wasn’t surprised when we continued talking for another forty minutes after the recording was completed.

CIA leadership – International style

The CIA’s International Affairs Council is proud to showcase the achievements of Micheline Dionne, FCIA, new President-Elect of the IAA, CIA Past President, and former chair of the CIA’s Committee on International Relations. As a longtime leader on the international front, Micheline has employed her expertise to aid in developing the International Standards of Practice (ISAP), discussions on...

A race to the finish line

The end is in sight for the implementation of IFRS 17, scheduled to take place on January 1, 2023. To get a view of the state of affairs on this project, we sat down with the Co-Chairs of the IFRS 17 Steering Committee, Les Rehbeli, FCIA, and Sati MacLean, FCIA.

A question of ethics: Concerns among the profession

Frank Grossman, FCIA, joins us to share the findings of a recent CIA survey examining the ethical issues encountered by members within the profession and the extent to which these issues might pose an ethical problem for the actuarial profession over the next five years.

Credit provisioning under IFRS 9

The process for credit provisioning at banks has similarities with the insurance reserving process that will seem familiar to many actuaries. In this episode, we hear from Mike Donovan and Erik von Schilling, FCIA, as they discuss what is changing with credit provisioning under IFRS 9, and how actuarial skills can potentially be useful in this area.

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