The Sustainability Research & CPD Committee oversees all research in the Sustainability practice area, including:
- planning and developing an events programme that covers a range of relevant topics, caters for various levels of expertise, and is provided in a range of locations and online
- liasing with relevant Boards/subcommittees/Working Parties and IFoA Executive staff to dertermine appropriate content for events, secure suitable speakers and prepare marketing material
- monitoring and evaulating events (ensure feedback is acknowledged and new ideas embraced/incorporated into event planning)
- liaising with Sustainability-related Member Interest Groups and FinSTIC, which provide CPD opportunities through their study groups and online communities
The committee is developing a list of topics as a guide to inform the provison of Sustainability CPD opportunities for actuaries.
The research working parties page gives more information about current Sustainability research projects.
The membership of the Committee is drawn from a cross-section of the IFoA community, and external experts, to ensure a broad spectrum of specialties and topics are supported.
Sustainability Research & CPD Committee membership:
- Mark Rothwell (Chair)
- Joe Kennedy (Deputy Chair)
- Jonathan Cross
- Emily Forsyth-Davies
- Stuart Gray
- Aled Jones
- Wendy Kriz
- Joshua Palmer
- Chris Paterson
- Shradha Shroff
- Carol Storey
- Nicholas Taylor
The Sustainability Research & CPD Committee operates within a Terms of Reference. Until July 2020, the Sustainability Research & CPD Committee was known as the Resource and Environment Research & CPD Committee.
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