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a)     To identify subjects for research, to encourage working parties and individuals to undertake research, and disseminate research findings within the profession, academia and external bodies. All the projects would be anchored under the research dept of IAI and MMIC.

b)     To be responsible for putting in place and reviewing an institutional system of commissioning research project every year under IAI. The Advisory group on Research and Publications would be guiding the MMIC and research dept under the IAI on various research related matters.

c)     To identify key  / emerging issues across all practice areas which may require research and insights in the coming months / years by the actuarial profession

d)    To identify subjects for research, to encourage working parties and individuals to undertake To be in touch with the research groups of other actuarial bodies of UK, Australia, US etc to seek opportunity to engage in collaborative research projects

e)     To participate in the seminars organized by each practice area group and present either the research work done by the group or talk about some emerging issues relating to the practice area

f)      To advise the Institute on any regulatory or market issues that potentially may affect the status of the profession.