Meetings take place after each Sessional Meeting of the Institute of Actuaries, held on London. The normal venue for meetings is The Old Doctor Butler's Head in Mason's Avenue, off Coleman Street, London, situated quite close to the Bank and Moorgate underground stations.
Membership is open to Fellows or Affiliates of the Institute of Actuaries who:
a) have attained the age of 35 years; or
b) have attained their qualifying professional status (as indicated above) ten years previously.
Current annual subscription is £15 and the dining fee is £40 for members and £43 for a guest. If you are interested in joining the Club, please contact the Secretary.
Officers of the Ornaments Club
Chairman: Graham Lyons
Secretary and Treasurer: Hugh Sutherland
Tel: +44 (0)1395 514 618
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