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De-Risking IFRS17 Technology Delivery – More Collaboration; Less Complexity
As someone who has delivered systems changes in finance and actuarial teams for insurance clients for over two decades, I have mixed feeling following the firming up of the IFRS 17 rules and deadlines.
UK
14 Aug 2018
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A Day In The Life Of… Elizabeth Hollinger
In the first part of an occasional series looking at what it's really like to work at Deloitte, we speak to Elizabeth Hollinger, head of our Analytics Lab in Scotland...
UK
7 Apr 2016
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Insurance Market Update - The Deloitte View For Life Insurers
The impacts of the recession, such as increasing unemployment and the deflated housing market, mean that demand for many insurance products has fallen.
UK
28 Aug 2009
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Announcement of legislation to confirm existing concessionary practice on the treatment of capital sums in pension schemes on death
Commenting on the announcement of legislation to confirm existing concessionary practice on the treatment of capital sums in pension schemes on death, applying up to the age of 75, Stuart Davies, wealth advisory director at Deloitte
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22 Mar 2006
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Cutting to the chase. What adoption of Turner’s proposals could mean for you
On 30 November 2005, Lord Turner published his eagerly awaited recommendations for pension policy in the UK. This paper offers our views on the possible impact on employers and their pension schemes.
UK
1 Dec 2005
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Win, lose or draw. What the Turner report could mean for you
On 30 November 2005 Lord Turner published his eagerly awaited recommendations for pension policy in the UK. This short paper offers our views on his recommendations for a National Pension Savings Scheme (NPSS) and the possible implications to the Financial Services industry as both employers and providers of pensions business.
UK
1 Dec 2005
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Report for the ABI on Key Correlation Assumptions in ICA for Life Offices (Part 2 of 3)
This report has been prepared in accordance with terms of business dated 16 May 2005. The report considers risk correlations in individual capital assessment of life insurance firms.
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18 Jul 2005
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Report for the ABI on Key Correlation Assumptions in ICA for Life Offices (Part 3 of 3)
When performing actuarial analysis, it is conventionally assumed that there is a zero correlation between mortality rates and the capital markets. This is generally supported by historic data since mortality rates have steadily and fairly smoothly decreased, whilst equity markets have behaved erratically in the short term, grown exponentially in the long-term, and interest rates have tended to revert to the mean.
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18 Jul 2005
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Report for the ABI on Key Correlation Assumptions in ICA for Life Offices - Executive Summary
This report has been commissioned by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) to assist its life assurance member firms in their work to prepare their company’s Individual Capital Assessment (ICA). The report considers how firms may demonstrate the benefit of the diversification effect between key risks and take credit for this in their capital calculation.
UK
 
30 Jun 2005
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Governance in Brief
In brief: The Securities and Exchange Commission are considering giving foreign companies an extra year to comply with rules that require them to test and report on their internal controls.
UK
 
1 Mar 2005
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The Missing Link. Executive Directors´ Pensions - Policy and Practice
Pensions are under the spotlight. The new pension regime, which comes into force on 6 April 2006, is causing companies and individuals to look carefully at pension policy and provision and they are likely to face some tough decisions. Until now pensions have been the missing link in executive remuneration. They are difficult to value, and comparisons of values are particularly problematic.
UK
 
23 Feb 2005
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Deloitte Insurance Market Update (Part 2 of 3) - Pensions, Regulation and Strategy, Tax Risk Management
The implementation of a new legislative framework for pensions in April 2006 heralds a new era for the industry. Merging eight regimes into one will fundamentally change the UK pension market but it’s not just the sales side that will benefit. Simplification is also a chance for providers to radically overhaul their administrative platforms and tackle systems and operational issues. Andrew Power reviews the opportunities and highlights some of the key considerations
UK
21 Feb 2005
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Report on the impact of the Directors’ Remuneration Report Regulations
This ‘Report on the Directors’ Remuneration Report Regulations 2002’ (‘Report’), describes research undertaken by Deloitte and Touche LLP (‘Deloitte’) on behalf of the Department of Trade & Industry (‘DTI’) and according to terms of reference agreed with the DTI
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27 Jan 2005
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