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CA1 Actuarial Risk Management

The exam was held on 17 and 18 September 2018 at the usual centres with the following results:
  • Pass list published: 13 December 2018
  • Result letters with your mark available: 14 December 2018

The pass mark for Subject CA1 was 59

Six hundred and thirty-two presented themselves and two hundred and seventy-eight passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Abd Ghafar, Mohamad Muzakkir Bin
Abdelrahman, Al-Mahdi
Afzal, Waqar
Agarwal, Pallavi
Agarwal, Tarun
Agarwala, Ayush
Aggarwal, Shivee
Ahmed, Waqas
Aleixo, Mara
Allanson, Daniel
Archer, Oscar William
Arora, Mohit
Ashton, Bradley
Asija, Mohit
Atwal, Ravinder
Badakshanov, Anvar
Bajwa, Paulvir Singh
Balakrishnan, Rajesh
Banka, Utsav
Berry, Dalton Ashley
Bhandari, Deepak Sandeep
Bhardwaj, Shilpa
Bhath, Sandeep Singh
Birchall, Alexander
Bisht, Roma
Biswas, Moho Nand Kishore
Blake, Joshua Thomas
Booth, Jacob
Bowyer, Philip James
Boyles, Jack
Brady, Jessica
Briston, Andrew Charles
Brown, Harry Edward
Buckingham, Amber
Burford, Luke
Burns, Paul John
Burrow, Simon Amir
Byrne, Adam
Cai, Xiaofen
Carson, Patrick
Cayton, Gemma May
Chadha, Rishika
Chan, Ka Ngo
Chan, Yuee Sun
Charlton, Roseanne
Chawla, Manmeet Kaur
Chen, Anran
Chettiar, Albina
Chiew, Wen Hui
Cinderey, Edward
Clarke, Blathnaid Eileen
Clinton, Max
Cobbing, Richard
Cole, Peter James
Colvin, Matthew
Coulter, Samuel Alexander
Cove, Annika
Cowling, Thomas
Crawford, Robert Howard
Cunningham, Darren
Cusack, David Matthew
Dabani, Phanice King
Davies, Thomas
Dawson, Greg
Dedhia, Vinit
Deshpande, Anish Prabhakar
Devgun, Piyush
Dhanda, Sunil Kumar
Dhingra, Apoorva
Dhutia, Tejal Jawahar
D'Mello, Sasha
Doshi, Ishita
Doyle, Sinead Clare
Driver, Nicholas
D'Souza, Matthew Charles
Duggan, Eoin
Dunn, William George
Durno, Samuel Harry
Dzingirayi, Carlton

Subject CA1 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Efstratiou, Charalambos
Evans, James Rhys Christopher
Falvey, Conor
Fan, Yu
Fergus, Niamh
Flanders, Digo Andrea
Foley, Caitlin Tuesday
Galley, Luke
Gamlin, Philip
Gao, Rong
Ghiuvea, Teodora
Glanville, Hannah Louise
Glazier, Luke Daniel
Goh, Nigel Jing Long
Goh, Terence Jun Rong
Goyal, Diksha
Goyal, Gourav
Grant, Andrew
Green, Zak
Gudka, Keval
Gupta, Akshat Kumar
Gupta, Anahita
Gupta, Arushi
Gupta, Ashwini
Gupta, Krittika
Hall, Jonathan William
Harris, Ciaran
Hati-Kakoty, Neil
Hibbert, Charles Ernest
Hindson, Ross Andrew
Ho, Amos
Honschova, Erika
Hope, Rachel Bethan
Hoto, Pamela
Hurdley, Mark
Hyden, Kevin

Subject CA1 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Rahul
Jain, Sakshi
Jayatissa, Prashan Madushanka
Jezilee, Lydia Amira
Johnston, Fay
Johnstone, Mitchell
Jones, Sarah
Junglee, Neha Lakshmee
K, Karthikeyan
Kane, Robert
Kehlar, Kirandeep Singh
Khaire, Prashray
Khan, Hassan
Khan, Muhammad Hassan
Kirrane, Liam
Kovalchuk, Oleksii
Kuah, Ken Ning
Lam, Christopher
Larkin, Alexander
Larose, Adele Marie
Lau, Lisa Marie
Li, Kainan
Liao, Vincent Song-Yi
Loh, Jo Khoon
Loh, Ming May
Loughnane, Amy
Love, Simon
Lui, Hoi Lam Karen
Lun, Steven Yiu Lam
Madrecha, Shikhar
Mahay, Kiran
Malviya, Mahendra Idan
Mamodiya, Rahul
Mapara, Akash Manoj
Mapfumo, Leonard
Martin, Kyle Steven
Maru, Amit
Marum, Grace Gabriella
McAuley, Clar
McCollum, Stephen
McDonald, Kevin Gerard
McIvor, Stephanie Jessica
McKavanagh, Jack
McMullan, Anna
Mehta, Kanika Uppal
Menezes, Carlos Andre
Mereu, Daniel Robert
Michael, George
Mishra, Mandakini
Misterka, Agnieszka
Mital, Isha
Mitchell, Jason
Mittal, Deepanshu
Mobarak, Mohammed Abdul
Mody, Prakhar Pradeep
Muldoon, Aisling Marie
Mulenga, Edwin
Murphy, Aaron Patrick
Ndayizeye, Nadine
Nezandonyi, Simbarashe
Ng, Pei Ler
Nolan, Sean
Norris, Olivia Mary

Subject CA1 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Oakley, Alexander Ian
O'Brien, Fionntan
Oh, Woojin
O'Neill, Edmund
Ong, Xie
Padhi, Aditya
Pardoe, Elizabeth Anne
Parikh, Bhoomi
Park, Aaron Han
Parmar, Vipanjeet Kaur
Patel, Amrish
Patel, Jamie
Patel, Nehal
Patel, Ryan Pritesh Rajubhai
Patel, Sachin
Patterson, Adele Mabel
Payne, Jack
Pegrum, Rachel Frances
Perilioglu, Karina
Petkar, Naeem
Plant, Thomas
Pont, Andrew Christian
Pyke, Dean
Pym, Thomas William
Ramphal, Suyesh
Ranchin, Andre
Reynolds, Theodore
Robbani, Ashan
Robins, Amy
Roznik, Colum Gordon
Rush, Dominic
Rustagi, Anshlla
Sabine, Daniel Eric
Saini, Lauren
Sangha, Ajaybir Singh
Saraogi, Divyansh
Saxena, Madhulika
Sehdev, Paras
Sethi, Timsi
Shah, Bansari
Shah, Urvi
Shah, Varun
Shah, Vithika
Shareef, Ambreen
Sharma, Neil
Sharma, Vibha
She, Yu
Shin, Akash
Singh, Jasika
Singh, Prabhkirat
Singhal, Garima
Slann, Alex Housden
Solan, Patrick Michael
Song, Zhiwei
Sood, Mukul
Soon, Sharon Li Qi
Stapleton, Sean
Stone, Emily Anne
Street, Poppy
Stroud, Francesca Jane
Sumner, Jessica May

Subject CA1 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Taggart, Kelly Marie
Tai, Ashby Woon Fang
Tailor, Shivam
Tan, Jiaqi
Tan, Zhi Liang
Tang, Meng Hong
Tarrant, Kelly
Teh, Shi An
Teng, Joshua Shou Wang
Thomas, Cadi
Thurlow, Dominic
Tian, Yufan
Tibrewal, Prarthana
Tinker, Molly Jayne
Tizzone, Miguel
Todd, William Alexander
Tunnard, Richard
Tuswa, Lufefe Olatha
Twomey, Mary
Vehb, Mohammad Ali
Walker, Sian
Walshe, Charles
Walton, Jack
Wan, Cindy
Wang, Zhaoxi
Wijeweera, Siduth
Willetts, Thomas William David
Wilson, Richard
Witney, Christopher Paul
Wood, Alexandra Jane
Woodhouse, Miles Russell Henry Keith
Woods, Alasdair
Wraw, Michael
Yip, Shin Li
Yu, Manfred Man Hoi
Zhang, Danqing
Zhang, Huiyun
Zhou, Lu
Zucker, Daniel Stephen

 

By Order of the Council
Mike Hammer, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
13 December 2018

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