Monica Allanach, throughout her lifetime, supported and influenced many actuaries, particularly women, through her commitment and passion for her profession.
Monica Allanach was a trailblazer and sought to change the status quo while inspiring others to do the same.
To recognise her achievement and those who are like her, the IFoA and Prudential UK and Europe invited nominations to be put forward for a lecture in her name; we are delighted that this lecture will take place on 15 July at Staple Inn Hall, London.
This lecture will be presented by Kathryn Morgan.
Kathryn Morgan is Director of Regulatory Operations at the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission, where she oversees the Commission’s supervision and authorisation activity. She joined the FSC in 2014, after a seven year spell at the Prudential Regulation Authority (previously Financial Services Authority) in the UK where she worked on policy development for Solvency II and, more recently, supervising insurance companies.
Kathryn is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries and a Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary, and was elected to the Council of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries in 2013. She previously was an appointed board member of the Casualty Actuarial Society.
Kathryn has contributed to several research papers on insurance and risk, and was recently presented with an outstanding contribution award from the UK actuarial profession.
With special thanks to Prudential for sponsoring this event.
Contact Harry Wrafter for more information.
020 7632 2283
- 17.30 – 18.00 - Registration
- 18:00 – 19.30 – Programme
- 19.30 – 20.00 – Networking
Staple Inn Hall,
Nearest Public Transport