Following the introduction of Curriculum 2019, all MRAs, other than the AAE MRA (Actuarial Association of Europe), are suspended.
We are currently reviewing the suspended mutual recognition agreements with the following associations:
- Actuaries Institute (Australia)
- Actuarial Society of India
- Actuarial Society of South Africa
- Canadian Institute of Actuaries
- Casualty Actuarial Society
- Institute of Actuaries of Japan
- Israel Association of Actuaries
- Society of Actuaries
The IFoA has now introduced another route to becoming a Fellow or Associate member:
Individual Qualification Recognition
Applications for qualification recognition shall be considered by the IFoA on an individual basis. More details and application forms can be found here.
Prospective applicants should, in the first instance, contact Gillian Ozer.
If you are not eligible for qualification recognition you could join the IFoA as a student and study to become an Associate or Fellow of the IFoA
Please check the application form and ensure you have included all relevant documents. You can send us digital copies of your signed application form and relevant documents.
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We aim to respond to all initial enquiries within two working days.
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