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In the run up to COP26 GAD actuary Sara Ronayne was seconded to support HM Treasury's Private Finance Hub. In this blog she shares her experiences and reflections.
Climate change is at the fore of sustainable finance which can be thought of as the integration of environmental, social and governance factors into lending and investment. This blog investigates the challenges around these issues.
In this blog, we talk about how we’ve been using statistical techniques and actuarial skills to analyse instances of fires in schools. This then allows us to better understand and model them.
As delegates from around the world gather in Glasgow for the COP26 climate change conference, GAD looks at what is set to be debated and what the conclusions could mean for our clients.
The benefits of small data thinking in a big data world is examined in this latest blog. The process of verifying data has been central to analytical modelling for decades, but does this approach apply to big data?
Raising finance is important in allowing a business to function. In particular, working capital enables the day-to-day operations of the business. The need for this finance was the main focus for all businesses during the pandemic, especially for the smaller ones.
We look at the challenges and benefits of algorithms used by government on a daily basis. They are used in decision-making processes and these decisions can have an impact on our lives. In this blog we examine how the pandemic has given the government the impetus to test the art of the possible.
In this blog we focus on how actuaries are examining issues and upcoming problems associated with biodiversity loss. GAD actuary Georgi Bedenham looks at the role of actuaries and how they can help.