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Exaxe | Life & Pensions Blog

TechLife Exaxe Newsletter: February / March 2014

The February print edition of TechLife is now available online. TechLife is published every quarter and is filled with news, opinion pieces, white papers and information on legislative changes within the life and pensions industry in the UK and abroad. If you wish to receive a hard copy of TechLife delivered straight to your desk …

Actuarial Post: Technology can keep work flowing smoothly

This article was originally commissioned for the February edition of the Actuarial Post. The recent floods that engulfed the Somerset Levels were shocking in their effects and all our sympathies lie with those whose homes have been destroyed and who now face many months of hard work to try to restore their lives to some …

Ms Reeves should go one step further on pension advice

Labour’s shadow secretary for Work and Pensions, Rachel Reeves has decided to bring forward some radical proposals in the pension’s area for inclusion in Labour’s manifesto for next year’s general election. It seems at last that the vital, yet frequently unrecognised, area of pensions is likely to figure prominently in next year’s campaign. Although most …

Exaxe signs a five year deal with Irish based insurer for Illustrate Plus

NEWS RELEASE: Dublin, Ireland, 11th February 2014. Exaxe is delighted to announce that it has signed a new contract with an Irish based life assurer which provides investment and retirement protection solutions to clients throughout Europe. The contract will see the insurer replacing its current legacy system with Exaxe’s flagship product Illustrate Plus. When implemented, …

Actuarial Post: Stone age illustration systems are holding back the industry

This article was originally commissioned for the January edition of the Actuarial Post. The idea behind Key Feature Illustration (KFI) documents is an excellent one; standardised projections should allow consumers to compare products from different providers and enable them to understand the effect of the different charging structures used by the different providers. Of course, …

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