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Presidents’ awards

The President's Award was set up in 1999 and is given to members of the profession who have, in the opinion of the President, made a particular and special contribution to the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

There is no limit to the number of awards that may be made by each President and in some years, there may be none.

President's Awards Recipients 2021

Members of Actuaries For Transformational Change (ATC)

Nico Aspinall Oliver Bettis Neil Cantle
Ashok Gupta Louise Pryor Lucy Saye
Nick Silver Nick Spencer Martin White

Members of the Covid-19 Action Response Group (ARG)

Adrian Baskir Matthew Edwards Matthew Fletcher
Andrew Gaches Adele Groyer Stephen Kramer
Joseph Lu Stuart McDonald Nicola Oliver
Adrian Pinington John Roberts Josephine Robertson
Louis Rossouw Dan Ryan Gordon Woo

Individual recipients

Charles Cowling Colin Dutkiewicz Matthew Edwards
Matthew Fletcher Jo Jones Patrick Poon
Andrew Smith Nico Aspinall Gillian Stamp
Stuart McDonald    

The Alan Watson Award 2021

Sam Achord

President's Awards Recipients 2020

Catherine Burtle

Patrina Effer

Jackie Jackson

Craig Ritchie

Grahame Stott

Colin Thores

The Alan Watson Award 2020

Michael Tripp

President's Awards Recipients 2019

Ronnie Bowie
Alan Watson
Malcolm Slee
Henry Thompson
Michael Williams
Hazel Cunningham

President's Awards Recipients 2018

Chantal Bray
Hilary Salt
James Olubayi and Council Members of The Actuarial Society of Kenya
Yeside Kazeem and Council Members of Nigeria Actuarial Society
Shafique Bhunnoo and Council Members of Mauritius Actuarial Society
Ashleigh Thophanides
Kayleigh Toma
Anna Clarke
Alain Ngono
Thabo Dloti
Petro Viljoen

President's Awards Recipients 2017

Deborah Cooper
Wen LI
Caryn Chua

President's Awards Recipients 2016

Jan Rydell
Aaron Punwani
Josephine Robertson
Nicholas Silver
James Robinson 
Madhurs Maheshwari

Presidents' Awards Recipients 2015

Derek Cribb and the Executive Staff at the IFoA

Presidents' Awards Recipients 2014

Caroline Hare
Iain Hare
Martin Potter
Wen Li

Presidents' Awards Recipients 2013

Barbara Beebee FCIS MCIPR

Presidents' Awards Recipients 2012

Huw M Evans BA FFA

David B Martin BSc FFA FPMI

Sir Philip JC Mawer MA

Fiona J Morrison MA FIA

Presidents' Awards Recipients 2011

lan W Botterill BSc FFA

Sally Bridgeland BSc FIA

Robert Tudor Gray Hails MA MSc FIA

Presidents' Awards Recipients prior to 2011

Year

Andrew John Michael Chamberlain MA FIA - Institute President's Award

2010

Jane Elizabeth Mary Curtis BSc FIA - Institute President's Award

2010

Sally Louise Dixon MA FIA - Institute President's Award

2010

Caroline Instance - Institute President's Award

2010

Katharina Petricia Low BA FFA - Institute President's Award

2010

Keith Alexander Miller BSc FFA - Institute President's Award

2010

Brian James Murray BSc FFA - Institute President's Award

2010

Freya Rodger - Institute President's Award

2010

Peter David Gordon Tompkins MA FPMI FRSA FIA - Institute President's Award

2010

Alan Hugh Watson MSc FFA - Institute President's Award

2010

Peter William Wright BA FIA ACII - Institute President's Award

2010

Brian James Murray BSc - Faculty President's Award

2009

Andrew Gordon Sharp MA - Faculty President's Award

2008

2006 Ashok Gupta - Institute President's Award

2006

2006 Mervyn Bryn-Jones - Institute President’s Award

2006

Simon Avram Carne Ma & David John Paterson Hare BSc PhD - Faculty President's Award

2006

Richard Davidson Muckart BSc - Faculty President's Award

2004

Brian Philip Ridsdale BSc MBCS CEng - Faculty President's Award

2004

Simon Avram Carne MA FIA - Institute President's Award

2004

Wendy Bridget Cogger - Institute President's Award

2004

Jane Butler MA - Institute President's Award

2003

Desmond John Le Grys FIA - Institute President's Award

2003

Peter William Parker TD MA FIA (BAJ 8, 843, 845) - Institute President's Award

2003

David Bernard Martin BSc FPMI - Faculty President's Award

2002

Michael Alan Pomery MA FIA (BAJ 7, 705) - Institute Presidents' Award

2002

Howard J Bolnick FSA MAAA HonFIA - Institute President's Award

2000

Elisabeth Mary Goodwin MSc PhD - Institute President's Award

2000

Thomas Mackenzie Ross OBE BSc FFA FCIA ASA (BAJ 6, 641, 643) - Institute President's Award

2000

Roy Edgar Brimblecombe CBE FIA FPMI - Institute President's Award

1999

Roger David Corley CBE BSc FIA FRSA AIIMR - Institute President's Award

1999

 

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