The Programme Committee is a Sub-Committee of the Member Support Executive Committee (MSEC) and is responsible for arranging the Sessional Research Programme of meetings.
|Area of expertise:||Representative:|
|Annals of Actuarial Science||Angus Macdonald|
|British Actuarial Journal||Richard Muckart, Shane Whelan & Cathy Robertson|
|Member Support Executive Committee||Trevor Jones|
|Scottish Board||Elaine Stevenson|
|Qualifications Executive Committee||Chris O’Brien|
|Finance and investment||Jon Hatchett|
|General Insurance||To be confirmed|
|Health and care||Emily Demetriades|
|Life||Trevor Jones & Chris O’Brien|
|Pensions||To be confirmed|
|Communications Division||Barbara Beebee|
|Events Team||Amanda Davey|
|Member Support Division||Memoria Lewis|
|Research||Pauline Simpson/Maria Lyons|
|Journals support||Nicky Wilkinson/Maria Lyons|
Terms of reference:
- To arrange a high quality and varied annual programme of research and thought leadership meetings, stimulating the production of papers and other material for presentation.
- To monitor actuarial research, both member-led and university-based, working with PECs and other groups as appropriate, in order to identify and promote work appropriate for presentation at meetings.
- To recommend a meeting format appropriate to the subject matter of each meeting, for example a small seminar or formal presentation, and a suitable venue, for example a venue outside London, Staple Inn or a university.
- To engage with individuals and groups outwith the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, for example other Professional bodies, to ensure a lively, stimulating and mutually beneficial interchange of knowledge and potentially holding joint events.
- To recommend how the output from each meeting should be written up and disseminated, for example as a paper in one of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ journals or as a podcast, subject to the refereeing process.
- To co-ordinate the production of BAJ as a vehicle for promulgating modern actuarial thinking, encouraging contributions and commissioning review papers on topics of importance to the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
- To report regularly to MSEC, with updates to QEC and other groups as appropriate.