This talk will explore the societal and economic implications of living longer lives as indicated by demographic shifts and will be presented by Marjorie Ngwenya, Immediate Past President of the IFoA.
About the Speaker - Marjorie Ngwenya
Marjorie is Immediate Past President, a member of Council and member of the Management Board of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA). She was elected by the IFoA Council to the presidential team in June 2016 and she was the first IFoA president to be based outside the UK. From 2009 to 2011 she was Editor of The Actuary magazine circulated to a worldwide readership of over 20,000.
As well as being a non executive director, Marjorie is Executive Director of the African Leadership University’s School of Insurance, an industry driven initiative to deepen insurance talent on the African continent.
Marjorie was formerly a member of the Group Executive Committee of Liberty Group in South Africa and was responsible for the execution of strategy across the group's multinational insurance and asset management operations. Prior to that Marjorie was Chief Risk Officer of Old Mutual’s African Operations.
Marjorie is a qualified actuary and holder of a Sloan Masters of Leadership and Strategy from the London Business School.
She is a trustee board member of the Legal Resources Trust in South Africa supporting the Legal Resources Centre, a human rights organisation founded in 1979.
As an actuary who is passionate about continuous development, she has given her time to teach undergraduate/postgraduate actuarial students at universities in the UK, Kenya and Armenia. She has also taught in Bulgaria, UK, India, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda, Ghana and Nigeria and delivered training to the insurance regulator of Mozambique.
She is a Visiting Lecturer at Cass Business School, UK and has presented at a number of industry conferences
18:00 - 18:30 Registration
18:30 - 20:00 Presentation and Q&A
20:00 - 21:00 Networking and refreshments
Room LG001, Cass Business School
106 Bunhill Row
Nearest Public Transport
Old Street or Moorgate Underground Stations.