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We are looking for students and qualified members to help us ensure all young people know that a career as an actuary is a viable option for them.
The diary is filling up nicely for 2016! Our careers team and careers ambassadors will be out on the road visiting schools, colleges and universities.
Each year a Regions Report is published detailing the activities undertaken by each of the IFoA’s regional groups, as well as the work done by the IFoA to engage with and support them. These regional groups are run by IFoA volunteers and they provide a wealth of technical and social events for actuaries in their area, as well as providing an invaluable link between the profession and its members in actuarial hubs throughout the UK and further afield.
Council is the governing body of the IFoA. It exercises governance and control over the IFoA and its affairs. Representative and accountable to the membership, Council demonstrates leadership and drives the mission, vision and values of the IFoA by setting the strategic direction.
On the 8 and 9 December, the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) will be at the Paris Climate Change talks, having received invites to present on climate change and risk at two prestigious events.
Discover some of the interesting areas in which organisations, and our members are working in. Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) Council member, Nick Silver, shares this insight and his journey into wider fields.
Following two consultations by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) on the introduction of the Chief Actuary role by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) under Solvency II, the IFoA has decided to introduce a compulsory Practising Certificate for IFoA members who are approved as Chief Actuary in both Life and non-Life undertakings.
Monitoring of 2014/2015 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Professional Skills Training (PST) activities
We receive many requests from international actuarial associations for help on the education front. We are the oldest actuarial institute in the world and have arguably the most prestigious qualification globally. Most importantly we are prepared to help! At the hub of these ventures comes a close and trusty relationship between our staff and members internationally. We have a number of projects underway at the moment.
Working Paper 86: An investigation into the mortality experience by industry classification of pensioners of self-administered pension schemes for the period 2006 to 2013