Past events 2016/2017
|21 March 2018||Machine Learning||Valerie du Preez and Steven Perkins, Grant Thornton and Rock Services|
|18 January 2018||Curriculum 2019||Matthew Tennant and Karen Brocklesby, IFoA|
|12 December 2017||Longevity trends and the CMI 2016 model||Fyona Allen and Siobhan Lough, Hymans Robertson|
|26 July 2017||How Green was my Pension?||Alan Watson, Aon Hewitt|
|5 June 2017||Revised Technical Actuarial Standards||Robert Inglis and Hazel Beveridge, Financial Reporting Council|
|2 March 2017||IFRS 17 for insurance contracts||Laura Barell and Catherine Munt, PwC|
|8 December 2016||Climate change - a classic risk management problem||Sandy Trust, Grant Thornton UK LLP|
The Welsh Actuarial Society was launched on 14 September 2016 at Cardiff and Vale College, Cardiff
The launch event included a presentation by Fiona Morrison, Immediate Past President of the IFoA, and Paul Reynolds, Director of Public Affairs, IFoA.
This was followed by a formal reception with guests from the IFoA, the Welsh Assembly, leading business figures and representatives from Higher and Further Education.
(left to right) Ken Skates, Fiona Morrison and Gareth O'Callaghan
(left to right) Jim Parry, Aled Edwards, Gareth O'Callaghan, Fiona Morrison, Ken Skates, Chris Marsh, Simon Hubbard and Rhiannon Curtis
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