On 29 June the IFoA launched a consultation on proposals for the introduction of a scheme for monitoring the quality of actuarial work.
As part of the consultation we are running a series events, free and open to the public, so that you can come and learn more about the proposals and engage directly with some of the people who have been involved in advising the IFoA during the process.
Please note: This meeting is intended to focus on Insurance Practice areas however members from any practice area are welcome to attend. If you have a specific interest in Pensions, you may wish to consider attending the Pensions-focussed event.
The proposals for the Actuarial Monitoring Scheme include a range of activities from the direct review of work - for higher profile/public interest roles in the UK - to broader data gathering activities across the Membership internationally.
It is intended that the scheme will draw together evidence about work within the actuarial community, allowing the IFoA better to know what is going well in the profession, and, better allow it to support employers and individuals, by sharing what is learned: producing a better service offering to Members in the future.
To see the proposals in detail and to respond directly to the consultation please visit our website. We positively encourage you to get involved and let us know what you think. The IFoA is keen not only to hear your views and feedback on this proposal, but also your thoughts and your ideas on alternatives.
|17.30-17.35||Welcome and opening remarks||Desmond Hudson, Chair, Regulation Board|
|17.35-17.50||Introduction to the proposals||Ben Kemp, General Counsel, IFoA|
|17.50-18.05||Practitioner’s perspective||Shane O’Dea FIA, Regulation Board|
|18.05-18.50||Panel Discussion and Q&A||
Shane O’Dea FIA
John Jenkins FIA, Project Board
|18.50-19:00||Closing Remarks||Desmond Hudson|
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