The Committee appoints the individuals who make up the Disciplinary Panel Pools which consists of Fellows and lay members. Members of this pool may be selected for Adjudication Panels, Interim Order Panels and Disciplinary Tribunal Panels. The Committee also appoints a pool of Investigation Actuaries and a Legal Advisers pool.
The Committee consists of four Fellows and two lay members. Further details can be found in the Committee's terms of reference.
The current members of the Committee are:
- Richard Jones QC (Chair)
- Brian Duffin FFA
- Fiona Morrison FIA
- Helena Ingram FIA
- Kim Maidment
- Sukie Harrar FIA
All appointments are made following a fair and transparent selection process
This includes advertising all vacancies, conducting a shortlisting exercise of applicants, and often involves a personal interview with the applicant.
All vacancies arising on Boards and their sub committees are advertised on our volunteer vacancies page. Further information for volunteers, including tips on how to chair a meeting, can be found in the Volunteer Information Pack (VIP).
- 1 June 2021
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