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Life Solvency II Current Issues Committee

The Life Solvency II Current Issues Committee remit was to oversee all issues affecting actuaries in the life community in the planning and implementation of Solvency II. The Committee was dissolved in 2015

The Committee:

  • considered consultations which have been delegated to it and draft responses as appropriate, in accordance with the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ (IFoA’s) consultation process
  • raised awareness of any issues related to Solvency II that may not already be captured
  • made recommendations to the Life Board on how to address any issues and concerns related to Solvency II.

Outputs:

  • Event: Practical Solvency II for Life Actuaries, 9 September 2014.
  • Event: Practical Solvency II for Life Actuaries, 15 October 2015.
  • Responses to consultations from the PRA, FCA and EIOPA on Solvency II
  • Assisted in the development of the IFoA Solvency II policy briefing paper.

Membership of the Life Solvency II Current Issues 2014/2015: 

  • Nicholas Ford (Chair)
  • Philip Simpson (Deputy Chair)
  • Andrew Kenyon 
  • David Gray
  • Greg Douglas
  • Jennifer Chapin
  • Julian Ellacott
  • Daniel Hurley
  • David Smith
  • Evangelia Soultani
  • James Logie
  • Joubert Ferreira
  • Paul Jolly
  • Steve Dixon
  • Richard Myers
  • Richard Pereira
  • Ross Evans
  • Ross Gardiner
  • Scott McNeil
  • Shane Hurley
  • Nick Dexter
  • Waqar Ahmed
  • Andy Pelkiewicz

The committee operated within a Terms of Reference.

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