Professional Regulation Executive Committee
The Professional Regulation Executive Committee (PREC) has a Lay Chairman, a Lay Member and eight volunteer actuary members.
The Committee meets eight times a year and has a number of reporting sub-committees and working parties to help deliver its projects.
Sir Philip became the first lay Chairman of the Professional Regulation Executive Committee (PREC) in July 2009.
He is currently Deputy Chairman of the Ecclesiastical Insurance Group (EIG) and trustee or patron of a number of charities, having also served until recently as the Prime Minister's Independent Adviser on Ministers' interests.
Sir Philip is the Chair of the Actuarial Profession's Conflicts of Interest Working Party and of the Funeral Plans Working Party.
Jane is a managing principal with Aon Hewitt's retirement practice, and Immediate Past President of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries. Jane is also on the Actuarial Profession's Management Board.
Emily is a health actuary who has worked for ACE for the past five years (for the first four years as an employee and since then as an independent contractor) and is currently based in Athens, Greece.
Emily is also a member the Actuarial Profession’s H&C PEC and the Actuarial Profession’s Programme Committee and in the past was a member of the Actuarial Profession’s Validation Committee, the CPD Committee and SIAS Committee.
Roger is Chair of the Actuarial Profession's Membership Committee and is a member of the PREC International Sub-Committee (PISC).
Alan is Chair of ILEX Professional Standards Ltd, the regulatory arm of the Institute of Legal Executives. Since 1983 he has specialised in professional regulation. He has worked in both executive and non-executive roles, and has served as a lay member of a range of regulatory bodies. In all he has been involved in standards setting for some 50 professional groups, has published numerous articles on the subject in professional journals and has delivered papers at national and international conferences.
Alan has recently joined the Professional Regulation Executive Committee as a lay member.
Mike Kipling was until recently Financial Risk Director at Friends Life Group and will become With Profits Actuary for the Friends Provident Companies in January 2012. Mike is also a member of the Council of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
David is a partner with Mercer based in Windsor and, as Professional Leader for the Retirement and Risk Finance Division in UK, has responsibility for Professional Standards and Training.. He holds a Scheme Actuary Certificate and advises Pension Scheme Trustees and Companies on their pension arrangements.
David is Leader of the Scottish Board of the UK Profession, a Member of Council, Deputy Chair of PREC, Chair of the PREC International Sub-Committee, a member of the Groupe Consultatif, a member of 2 IAA Committees, and is also on the UK's Management Board.
Fiona is a partner in Lane Clark & Peacock LLP, where she chairs the Professional, Conflicts and Ethics Committees. She is appointed Scheme Actuary to a number of schemes.
Fiona is a member of the Council of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, where she is a member of the Professional Regulation Executive Committee. She is also a Trustee of the Worshipful Compan of Actuaries' Charitable Trust Fund.
Andrew is an actuary working in the field of general insurance. He is the P&I Actuary at Charles Taylor & Co Ltd and is based in London. Andrew is a member of the Professional Regulation Executive Committee and also sits on the Actuarial Profession's GI PEC's Standards Sub-committee.
Penny is Chief Executive of the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF). She is also a member of the Advisory Group for the Green Investment Bank and was formerly a member of the Mayor of London's Sustainable Development Commission. She has worked with the finance sector for thirty-five years, including over fifteen years on sustainability and corporate responsibility issues, and is a former Chartered Engineer. Prior to joining PREC, she was a member of the precursor to the BAS/POB Actuarial User Committee.
Penny is also a member of the Actuarial Profession's Funeral Plans Working Party.