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"Trumponomics", Polls and the Game of Bridge

“Trumponomics”, Polls and the Game of Bridge

January 10, 2017. Category: Actuarial, Financial Markets, Statistics. No Comments on “Trumponomics”, Polls and the Game of Bridge.
Written by Harry Satanove.

The markets had a great finish to the year. From November 8, 2016, most stock markets worldwide went up – for instance, the S&P/TSX Canadian market was up 4.8%.  Read full entry

The George & Bell Team is Growing

The George & Bell Team is Growing

January 28, 2016. Category: Actuarial, Benefits, Consulting, Firm News, Pension Plans. No Comments on The George & Bell Team is Growing.
Written by Brendan George.

George & Bell is pleased to announce a new addition to our team. Jian Zhang, a fully qualified actuary with 8 years of experience, has joined our firm as a Consultant. Read full entry

Better off Bigger?

Better off Bigger?

July 9, 2015. Category: Actuarial, Consulting, Merger. No Comments on Better off Bigger?.
Written by Greg Heise.

With apologies to the 1985 John Cusack film “Better Off Dead”, this past week’s announced “merger of equals” between Willis Group and Towers Watson brings to mind a question I have been thinking about a lot over the past couple of years. Read full entry

Exciting News for George & Bell

Exciting News for George & Bell

February 27, 2015. Category: Actuarial, Firm News, Investment, Pension and Benefit Plans. No Comments on Exciting News for George & Bell.
Written by Jeremy Bell.

George & Bell Consulting (G&B) is pleased to announce a working relationship with John Gilfoyle and David Lee of Strategic Income Security Services (SISS). Read full entry

What exactly does an Actuary do?

What exactly does an Actuary do?

February 26, 2015. Category: Actuarial, Conference, Firm News, Investing, Pension Plans, Trustee. No Comments on What exactly does an Actuary do?.
Written by Brendan George.

This is a common question I get asked all the time. So when the Pacific Business and Law Institute invited me to answer that question for a group of Trustees and Administrators this past week, I was only too happy to oblige. Read full entry