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Member votes on proposed Honorary Fellows of the IFoA, and on changing the process for electing Honorary Fellows in the future, have opened today.
Publication of a research paper by IFoA Matching Adjustment working party : “Fundamental Spreads and the Matching Adjustment in light of the HMT review of the Solvency II regime for UK firms”
Researchers are cordially invited to submit their GI Actuarial research papers for the Brian Hey prize, 2022.
The prize has a great history in helping to highlight research that is practical and helpful for members of the IFoA GI practice area. Each year, it is awarded for the best paper at the GIRO conference according to the following set of criteria:
Karen Brolly provides an update.
The Life Board had their last meetings of the sessional year on 14 and 22 June and we had a varied agenda including the following key areas:
Peter Tompkins provides an update from the latest board meeting.
The Risk Management board is responsible for developing and delivering the value of IFoA membership, for actuaries who work in risk management practice or who want to know about this field.
The board recently met on 21 June.
Melissa Leitner provides an update.
In the second meeting of the year, the Board's agenda was packed with updates on activity and progress. I would like to highlight three compelling discussion topics:
We recently held the final Health & Care Board meeting of the current session. As usual there were many topics to discuss, and we also spent time reflecting on the 2021-22 session. We were fortunate to welcome three guests to our meeting.
Adeline Tan provides an update from the F&I Board.
The first quarter of 2022 has whizzed by, amidst different degrees of recovery and reopening from the pandemic. Members of the F&I Board gathered around their respective Zoom screens, for a packed agenda with key discussion areas on:
The UK Asbestos Working Party periodically carries out market surveys of insurance company UK-asbestos-related claims in order that they can estimate the future cost of UK asbestos-related claims to the insurance industry.
Hi, I am Glyn Bradley and I first volunteered for a pensions working party in 2017.