We will be heard on relevant matters and promote actuarial science and the value it brings to business and society.
PPAB plays a crucial governance role by:
- to support the strategic development of the IFoA’s public affairs and policy agenda.
- to assess activity against the IFoA’s public affairs strategy and provide direction accordingly.
Planning and oversight
- to approve an annual public affairs and policy plan and monitor progress
- to have oversight of the IFoA’s public affairs and policy outputs, including, but not limited to:
- media releases
- communications to key stakeholders
- consultation responses
- policy briefings and position statements.
- to support the development of an evidence-based approach
- to support the delivery of an integrated public affairs programme by representing the IFoA with key partner stakeholder groups.
- for those PPAB members representing the key policy priorities they will be recruited through the volunteer vacancy process and their tenure will be in line with the Governance Manual.
Membership of the PPAB
Executive Support: Public Affairs Executive
The Board shall comprise no fewer than nine and no greater than twelve members:
- The Presidential team (President, Immediate Past President and President-elect)
- Chair of Regulation Board
- At least two and no more than five additional members (of which up to two may be lay members)
- IFoA Director of Public Affairs and Research
- IFoA CEO
Members are as follows:
- Jules Constantinou, Immediate Past President
- John Taylor, President
- Tan Suee Chieh, President Elect
- Rt. Hon David Heath (Chair)
- Stephen Mann
- Annette Spencer
- Neil Buckly, Chair of Regulation Board
- Kartina Thomson
- Hilary Salt
- Charles Cowling
All vacancies arising on Boards and their sub committees are advertised on our volunteer vacancies web page. Further information for volunteers, including tips on how to chair a meeting, can be found in the Volunteer Information Pack.
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