About the Meeting
Antibiotic Resistance (‘ABR’) has featured heavily in the news, and has been a particular concern of the nation’s Chief Medical Officer. ABR has the potential to wipe out the future mortality/longevity improvements we might otherwise reasonably expect from general medical/lifestyle advances. In January 2017 the IFoA set up a working party to model the likely impact of ABR. In this session, members of the working party will present their findings (including plausible future scenarios and mortality/morbidity impacts), and describe the model produced by the working party (with associated UK parameterisation).
- Nicola Oliver, Mortality and Longevity Consultant, Medical Intelligence (UK) Ltd.
- Ross Hamilton, Pensions Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
Tickets available here
SIAS Pub Quiz 2020
It's that time of year again and what better way to start the New Year than with the SIAS pub quiz!
The quiz will start at 6.20pm, so get there by 6pm in order to secure a good table (and get a...
Steam Wine Bar, 1 St George's Ln, London, EC3R 8DJ
Practical challenges of implementing the IFRS 17 Risk Adjustment
Jignesh Mistry and Rob Walton from PwC will be presenting their talk on the IFRS17 Risk Adjustment. Please note this talk was also held at the 2019 Life Conference.
The presentation focuses on ben...
Staple Inn, London, WC1V 7QJ
SIAS Plays Pool
This year’s pool tournament will be taking place on 20th February 2020 at Riley’s Victoria, London, SW1W 9QJ.
You will need to be in a team of two and Tickets are £15 for a SIAS Member and £20 f...