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Finance minister Stephen Jones to inaugurate global actuaries congress in Sydney


Australia's federal finance minister, Stephen Jones, is set to officially inaugurate the 32nd International Congress of Actuaries in Sydney, where over 1,500 global actuaries will congregate to tackle pressing issues including climate change and artificial intelligence. The high-profile event, taking place in Australia for the first time in almost 40 years, will assemble actuaries from 50 countries, and features a distinguished speaker lineup. Naomi Edwards, President of Actuaries Institute Australia, emphasized the congress's significance, bringing the world's best innovators to discuss solutions to global challenges from inequality to the intricacies of AI. The Congress, a pivotal platform for actuaries to showcase their data-driven expertise, aims to enhance organisations' abilities to formulate positive commercial and social outcomes and innovative policy ideas.

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