volume 5, issue 1, P27-48 1999
DOI: 10.1017/s1357321700000386
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Paul Noel Thornton

Abstract: The Presidential Address celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Institute of Actuaries by recalling speeches and press comments from the time of its foundation in 1848, and goes on to draw parallels between the issues of the day and those facing the profession in 1998. Foremost of these, there is a continuing emphasis on the public interest; it remains important for the Institute to be a learned society, and educational requirements have continued to be a central part of the profession's activities. The need…

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