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The IFoA congratulates everyone listed below on their new status as Fellows, Associates and Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuaries. To recognise your success your names have been published in today’s copy of The Times newspaper. Well done; we look forward to hearing more from you during your career and as you help to shape the future of the actuarial profession.
The IFoA ensures the professionalism of our members remains world-class and is reflected in the value that is attributed to their expertise.
This year the Solvency II Working Party is focussing on Pillar III and Regulatory Reporting issues affecting the market, following on from last year's overview. This survey gives you the chance to express your views on Pillar III or Solvency II, and other aspects of regulatory reporting, from a practical perspective.
The purpose of the survey is to gather relevant, useful and constructive information to the PRA and the wider market on practical issues.
Every year our Membership team carries out an audit of our members’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD) records to ensure that members have fulfilled the requirements of the CPD Scheme.
Chris Reynolds provides feedback on the June Health and Care Sessional event:
In June this year I chaired a Sessional meeting for the Health and Care practice area. A slightly unusual format was adopted whereby instead of focusing on a single topic the event showcased the work of two working parties within the Health and Care space. Specifically, the Wearables and Internet of Things and Antibiotic Resistance working parties provided an overview of their research to date.
In this blog, Chole Hung, Amazon best-selling author, describes some hurdles which could come in your way during your actuarial career.
Actuarial science is not an easy course to pursue. You have to be prepared for roadblocks along the way in your actuarial journey.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has launched a pilot to investigate how an outcomes focused Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme might benefit our members.
Outcomes focused CPD is gaining recognition across sectors as better able to take account of CPD scheme participants’ current role, specialism and individual needs.
The partnership with our volunteers is central to making the IFoA a sought after, leading, professional body. Our volunteers give their time, effort and expertise in a wide range of roles, from speakers at our conferences to IFoA Council members and Board Chairs, all working in true partnership to support and develop our global profession.
The IFoA invites you to a networking event on 12 September at Staple Inn Hall, London.
How much surplus do we require under a 1inX event?
This talk aims to answer this question and will include an introduction to the use of stochastic full balance sheet models in addition to discussing the application of such models within risk management.