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The 400 Club

The 400 Club is an Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' (IFoA's) initiative. It is an online feedback group for members of the IFoA who volunteer to help us track progress against our strategic objectives and future plans

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One of the key elements of our strategy is ‘to offer excellent support that meets members’ varied and evolving needs’

As part of this drive for excellence, the 400 Club was established in December 2011 to give members an effective voice and to help us track our progress. The IFoA Directors, Council and Management Board value this feedback which is shared with all members.  Login to view the 400 Club Feedback Reports.

How it operates:  400 Club members receive an online survey up to six times a year seeking their views on issues relevant to the profession and its membership

The commitment is not onerous. Volunteers in the 400 Club have between two and three weeks to complete each online survey and to share their views. One member of the 400 Club, says,

The IFoA has taken a genuine interest in the 400 Club and it has been a real pleasure seeing our opinions implemented in practice. It is a great opportunity to help shape the way the IFoA interacts with members and I would encourage any of my fellow members to take part.

All members of the IFoA are encouraged to volunteer to join the 400 Club

To volunteer to join the 400 Club, please contact Debbie Atkins or visit the volunteer vacancies page .

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Contact Details

If you have enquiries about volunteering please contact Debbie Atkins, Head of Engagement:

debbie.atkins@actuaries.org.uk

Debbie will respond to your email within three working days and often sooner.

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Events calendar

  • Autumn Lecture 2020: Professor Elroy Dimson

    Online webinar
    14 October 2020

    Spaces available

    Many individuals and institutions have a long-term focus, and invest funds for the benefit of future generations. Their strategy should reflect their long horizon. University endowments are one of the oldest classes of institutional investor, and I will present the first study of the management of these endowments over the very long term.

  • GIRO Conference 2020 Webinar Series

    Available to watch globally in November.
    02-13 November 2020
    Spaces available

    This year's GIRO has been re-designed as a virtual conference to offer members and non-members the opportunity to get up to date content from leading experts in the general insurance field via online webinars. All sessions will be recorded and made available to purchase and re-watch post-event on the IFoA's GI Online Learning Resource area.

  • Life Conference 2020 Webinar Series

    Online
    16 November 2020 - 27 November 2020

    Spaces available

    This year's Life Conference has been re-designed as a virtual conference to offer members and non-members the opportunity to get up to date content from leading experts in the life insurance field via online webinars. All sessions will be recorded and made available to purchase and re-watch post-event on the IFoA's website.

  • Spaces available

    The webinar will discuss the challenges and opportunities schemes face in evaluating end game options, choosing a target state and understanding the impact this strategic decision could have on member outcomes long after the “end state” is reached. Adolfo, Kevin and Rhian bring over 60 years of experience in the industry and a variety of perspectives as scheme actuary, covenant adviser, trustee, de-risking adviser and insurer.

  • Spaces available

    Cash-flow driven investing is a game-changer for DB pension funds navigating their end-game. Suitable for sponsors who want to reduce risks on their balance sheets. And for trustees, it shifts the focus to providing greater certainty of returns, managing funding level volatility and ensuring they have enough income to pay cash-flow requirements.

  • Spaces available

    The talk will provide an understanding of the priorities and relationships between deficit reduction contributions, in the context of wider scheme funding, and different types of value outflow from the employer based on the working party’s recently published report.