Panel discussion: The evolving role of the actuary

Actuartech and Montoux are collaborating on a content series that digs into the heart of what the modern actuary looks like, the challenges and opportunities facing the profession today, and what the actuaries of tomorrow could look like.

This series explores, among other, themes around training, COVID-19, and also explores the future role of the actuary.

In this webinar, we will aim to discuss:

- What makes an actuary? Our technical and professional skills, the areas we work in and our wider responsibility to society.
- The impact of COVID-19 on the actuarial profession, the challenges of remote working, the reliance on technology and the main industry challenges and changes actuaries are facing.
- The role of the actuary yesterday, today & tomorrow - how has the actuaries’ role evolved, the challenges and opportunities facing the profession today, and what the actuaries of tomorrow could look like.
- The impact of sustainability on the role of the actuary and the ways in which actuaries can contribute, whilst encouraging their clients and peers to do the same.
- How can data science add additional value to an actuary’s role and what ethical responsibilities does this generate with regards to data?
- How can actuaries prepare themselves for these future changes and developments impacting their role?

The discussion will be aimed at actuaries but is open to a wider audience.

Panelists include:

- John Taylor, Immediate Past President at the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA)
- Simon Jones, Partner & Head Of Responsible Investment At Hymans
- Colin Dutkiewicz, Global Head Of Life At Aon Reinsurance Solutions
- Stephen Carlin, UK Customer Success Director, Montoux

The panel discussion will be facilitated by Valerie du Preez, Founder and Managing Director, Dupro & Actuartech

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