Founded in May 1974, Bristol Actuarial Society aims to provide local opportunities for all members of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) to meet, discuss and debate matters of professional interest
The society has approximately 700 members stretching out from Bristol to Exeter, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Swindon.
Membership of the society is free upon provision of an e-mail address. To join, please visit the Bristol Actuarial Society website.
Typically, the programme of events for the year includes approximately six talks and six social events
Meetings are generally held in Bristol but there have been meetings in other locations.
The society is open to joint meetings with other regional actuarial societies and with other organisations e.g. National Association of Pensions Funds(NAPF), Association of Professional Futurists (APF), Association of Pension Lawyers (APL), Pensions Management Institute (PMI), Association of British Insurers (AB)I, Chartered Insurance Institute (CII), SWAPP.
Details of forthcoming events will be posted here, as well as on the Bristol Actuarial Society's website.
|Title||Insurance v Banking: Who wins the capital battle?|
|Date||18 April 2017|
|Time||17.30 for start at 18.00|
|Speakers||Andrew Kenyon and Stuart Morris|
|About the event||
A reinvigorated talk from the latest Life Conference, Andrew and Stuart will look at some of the similarities and differences between the regulatory frameworks applying to banks and insurance companies in the context of Solvency II.
In particular, they focus on areas such as the definition and level of capital (e.g. RWA v SCR), capital buffers, Global Systemically Important Institutions (G-SIIs) vs. Global Systemically Important Banks (G-SIBs) and ask whether there are any opportunities arising from key differences in capital treatment.
|Booking||Please visit the Bristol Actuarial Society website to register for this event.|
Who's who in the Bristol Actuarial Society
|President||Gavin Giles||BBS Consultants & Actuaries|
|Secretary||Alex Hoyes||Lloyds Banking Group|
|Treasurer||Tim Stanforth||Aon Hewitt|
|Membership Secretary||Adam Baxter||BBS Consultants & Actuaries|
- 15 December 2015
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