Articles written by Helena Buckmayer
We have made available an Excel spreadsheet describing how to create input files for uploading into Longevitas.
Last month Stephen, Iain and Gavin presented their paper on putting longevity trend risk into a one-year, value-at-risk (VaR) framework. The presentations were made to audiences of actuaries in Edinburgh and London, and the video of the London debate is now available online.
We previously ran a seminar on stochastic projection models for longevity risk. Our follow-up seminar focuses on specific aspects of ICAs and Solvency II.
Earlier Gavin wrote about a number of mobile devices from which you could run Longevitas software services, including a Nokia telephone and an iPod Touch. This is not a result of specifically designing for these devices, but it is a handy benefit from following the open, published standards for web development.
On 18th May 2010 we ran a seminar on mortality projections for clients, including hands-on use of the Projections Toolkit.
Most of our readers will normally associate the acronym FSA with the Financial Services Authority, the body supervising financial-services providers in the United Kingdom. Confusingly, another UK regulator has the same acronym: the Food Standards Agency, which has nothing to do with financial services.