The retirees from the General constituency at the end of the 2020/21 sessional year are:
- Laura Andrikopoulos
- Kelvin Chamunorwa
- Charles Cowling
- Marian Elliott
- Richard Galbraith
- James Tufts
The following additional vacancies in the General constituency arose during the year:
- Patrick Lee resigned from Council in September 2020
- Mahidhara Davangere sadly died in May 2021.
There were nine vacant General constituency seats in this year's election, and 14 candidates stood for election. The following were elected:
- Hannah Coleman
- Charles Cowling
- Michelle Darracott
- Hitesh Shah
- Sunil Sharma
- Malcolm Slee
- Nick Spencer
- Mark Williams
- Masimba Zata
The retirees from the Scottish constituency at the end of the 2020/21 sessional year are:
- Keith Jennings
- John Taylor
There was one vacant Scottish constituency seat in this year's election. Only one candidate stood for election, and thus was elected unopposed.
- Patrick Kelliher
The full election results are available in the report of voting from Civica Election Services, who administered the election on behalf of the IFoA.
The IFoA would like to take this opportunity to thank not only those members retiring for their contribution as members of Council, but also all the candidates who stood for election for their excellent candidacy.
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