The remit of the Board is:
- to encourage and develop the actuarial community in Scotland
- to raise the profile of actuaries and the profession in Scotland
- to encourage and advance actuarial academic developments in Scotland.
The Scottish Board is currently made up of six Council members and a number of other co-opted members based in Scotland.
- Leader - Mark Chadwick (Natwest)
- Deputy Leader - Caitlin Stronach (Royal London)
Scottish Board members
|Co-opted member||Chris Anderson||Council member||Sarah Neil|
|Co-opted member||Nicholas Chadha||Council member||Alan Rae|
|Co-opted member||Philip Darke||Council member||Andy Rear|
|Council member||Dermot Grenham||Council member||Craig Ritchie|
|Co-opted member||Jane Hamilton||Co-opted member||Ian Sharpe|
|Co-opted member||Alison Kearns||Co-opted member||Claire Yule|
|Council member||Patrick Kelliher||FASS representative||Saorlaith O'Neill|
|Co-opted member||Mark Laidlaw||GASS representative||Christopher Canning|
The Scottish Board is supported by the IFoA Engagement team. Please contact the Engagement team, if you have any queries.
How to join the Scottish Board
There are two ways to join this Board:
- if you are a Scottish Constituency member, you can stand for Election to Council and, if elected, you will automatically become a member of the Scottish Board
- if you are based in Scotland, watch out for an opportunity on the Volunteer vacancies webpage to apply to become a co-opted member.
You may wish to view the Scottish Board minutes. They are listed below by sessional year.
- 16 November 2020
- 21 August 2020
- 7 July 2020
- 7 July 2020
- 7 April 2020
- 15 November 2019
For information regarding the Scottish Board, please contact the Engagement team
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