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Bye-Laws and Rules

General Meeting

At the Annual General Meeting of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), which was held virtually on Thursday 24 June 2021 at 9.30 am BST, the following Motion was put to the meeting further to an electronic vote held on the same between Thursday 27 May 2021 and Tuesday 22 June 2021:

Amendments to the IFoA’s Bye-laws and Rules: clarification of the arrangements for an elected member of the Council’s length of service on, and retirement from, the Council.

A Resolution to make these amedments, as shown in red text in Appendix 1, was passed by a simple majority of members entitled to vote and voting on the Motion (in accordance with Bye-law 27).

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With these Motions having now been formally approved by our members, the changes to the Bye-laws will take effect from the date the same are formally approved by the Privy Council (in accordance with paragraph 14 of the Charter). The changes to the Rules will take effect from the same date the changes to the Bye-laws are formally approved by the Privy Council.

In accordance with the requirements of Bye-law 30, an updated version of the IFoA's combined Charter, Bye-laws, Rules and Regulations will be published once formal approval of the changes to the Bye-laws is received from Privy Council (as previously advised in the formal Notice of the vote on this matter).

Queries

If you have any queries about these amendments to the Bye-laws and Rules, or any broader queries about the IFoA's constitution, please contact James Harrigan, the IFoA’s Corporate Secretary.

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James Harrigan, Corporate Secretary

James.Harrigan@actuaries.org.uk

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