Published online by Cambridge University Press: 25 January 2013
This abstract relates to the following paper:
ForoughiK., BarnardC. R., BennettR.W., ClayD. K., ConwayE.L., CorfieldS.R., CoughlanA.J., HarrisonJ.S., HibbettG.J., KendixI.V., Lanari-BoisclairM., O’ BrienC.D. and StrakerJ.S.K.Insurance accounting: a new era? ‐ Abstract of the London discussionBritish Actuarial Journal, doi:10.1017/S1357321712000189
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