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The IFoA currently has a number of Member Interest Groups (MIGs) on a range of topics covering all practice areas.
Three of these MIGs are in the Life Practice Area, and each group has a web page with further information on their work and a sign-up link, should you be interested in joining any of the MIGs.
The Health and Care Board is a member-led Board run by volunteer actuaries that advises the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) on important health and care issues. We are currently looking for new members that have fresh ideas and a passion for developing the Health and Care practice area.
The Life Lifelong Learning Committee is embracing new technology to better serve a wider range of our educational needs. The success of the program will depend on having the right representation on the committee.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ (IFoA’s) Engagement and Learning Directorate are seeking to hear from applicants who would like to be considered for senior positions in Health and Care examining teams.
The first London Climate Action Week is being held on 1-8 July 2019. Louise Pryor, outgoing* Chair of IFoA’s Resource and Environment (RE) Board, discusses the unique opportunity for London to play a leading role in addressing climate change.
In this blog, Neil Buckley, the IFoA’s newly appointed Chair of Regulation Board, talks about his vision as he starts his term
At the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ (IFoA) Annual General Meeting on 26 June 2019, the new President John Taylor launched our new certificate in Data Science.
Available in 2020, the standalone online Certificate in Data Science will be available to members at all stages of their careers, wherever they are located across the globe.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ (IFoA) Actuarial Research Centre’s (ARC) has today published an initial report on ‘Economic Thinking and Actuarial Practice’.
The report provides a picture of the current opinions of a range of actuaries and economic experts on the subject of economic thought, how the traditional concept of economic thought is changing and the likely impact this change could make on approaches towards long-term investment and risk.
We recently ran a very successful series comprising 15 webinars. There are directly relevant to actuaries working in Health and Care, Life and Pensions areas. However, some of the webinars such as Access to insurance are relevant to all practice areas.
Those who registered as delegates for the live webinars can now watch the films on the IFoA website. You can also purchase individual videos if you did not register to attend the lie webinar.