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IFoA AAE Mutual Recognition Agreement

Following the introduction of Curriculum 2019 by the IFoA, the IFoA undertook a review of all our Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRA), a reciprocal agreement between actuarial bodies, which recognises each other’s professional qualifications.

Following the review, and as a non-EU/EEA member of the AAE, the IFoA has withdrawn from participation in the AAE mutual recognition agreement as of 15 October 2021. As a transitional arrangement following the IFoA’s withdrawal, the IFoA will continue to consider applications up to 31 December 2021 and will honour the status, rights and obligations of qualified actuaries recognised under an AAE MRA.

We are proud to be part of the European actuarial community and we continue to work closely with the AAE as a full member of the Association. We will continue to work with other European actuarial associations to further the actuarial profession across Europe.

As the global actuarial landscape continues to evolve we are committed to supporting our members, wherever in the world their career path takes them. We are proud to be working to ensure our members’ skills continue to be recognised and sought after by businesses, governments and other key stakeholders on the global stage.

You can find out more about routes to IFoA membership and recognition on our MRA web page.

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