For members who cannot identify an “Appropriate Person” under the terms of the CPD Scheme, a pool of volunteers has been set up.
These volunteers have provided a little information about themselves, so you can decide whether they are a good match for you. Please contact them using the email address below, giving them some details about yourself. They will then let you know whether they are able to act as your “Appropriate Person” or not.
If you are interested in volunteering for the Pool check out the volunteer vacancies page.
Pool of volunteers
Dr Nayat Horozoglu
I’ve been contracting for the last ten years, generally leading large actuarial systems transformation projects for major insurers. Prior to that I worked at a leading life insurer for 27 years in a variety of roles including Head of Corporate Pensions, Head of Customer Retention, Head of Change and Technical Division, and Managing Director for the Employee Benefits division.
I currently run my own business, providing flexible support as an independent actuarial consultant. I focus on transactions and independent review. To support my consulting role, I've recently taken on a non- exec director role with Hodge Lifetime.
I am an experienced DB scheme actuary and have advised trustees and corporate sponsors on all matters related to the financial management and governance of DB pension arrangements. I worked in this role previously for a major consulting firm for over 30 years and currently at the Government Actuary’s Department.
I work as a data scientist/actuary at AIA Singapore Pte Ltd, and volunteer with the "Cashless Society" Working Party at IFoA. My prior experience has been in life reinsurance pricing, experience analysis and group business valuation.
I am Head of Biometric Research at Hannover Re Life UK where I’m responsible for developing the demographic risk assumptions and enhancing understanding of emerging biometric and behavioural risks and opportunities. Prior to joining Hannover Re I spent the majority of my career at Legal & General where I worked in variety of Reporting and Risk Pricing roles, across a range of Life & Health Insurance and Retirement products.
I am currently acting as With-Profits Actuary for three with-profits funds within ReAssure, part of the Phoenix group, a well as being an Independent Member of Lloyds Banking Group’s With-Profits Committee. Past roles include Head of Compliance, Annuity Capital Management and product management roles. I also have an MBA from the Open University.
I am currently the Chief Actuary at Scottish Friendly, a life insurance mutual based in Glasgow. My role is varied, with responsibility for the “traditional” actuarial areas of valuation, assumption setting and capital management, as well as the with-profits and investment management. In addition, I provide oversight to the pricing and product development work. As a member of Scottish Friendly’s Executive, I am involved in wider commercial and business decisions. I hold the Chief Actuary (Life) and With-Profits Actuary practising certificates.
In terms of my current role, I am a manger in the protection pricing department of LBG Insurance Division, focusing on our reinsurance strategy. My work involves re-tendering for our life and critical illness open book, analysing strategies to optimise the shape and level of reinsurance we wish to undertake and generally supporting our reinsurance relationships. I work closely with other actuarial departments, including Capital Modelling, Assumptions & Methodology and other pricing teams, and have experience in most of these areas from previous roles.
I’m the Chief Finance Officer and Chief Actuary at the Pension Protection Fund. I’ve worked here since March 2009, originally as Head of the Actuarial Financial Management Team. I’m responsible for providing actuarial advice to the Board on the PPF’s Funding Strategy, making sure that any assumptions we make are appropriate and consistent, and for signing the annual valuation of the fund for the Annual Report and Accounts. I’ve previous experience as a scheme actuary, where I supported SME clients and specialised in schemes in wind-up or restructuring.
Dermot is a member of Council and leader of the Scottish Board and is the company actuary for the Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland based in Glasgow. He has had a varied career with experience in both GI and life and has worked for GAD, EY, PwC and Prudential. He also spent some years teaching demography at the London School of Economics.
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