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The Life Board is currently seeking a deputy chair and members to support their strategy going forward.
The Solvency II Practical Review Working Party was established early 2017 in order identify and evaluate the key practical implications of Solvency II.
Voting has opened for the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) Honorary Fellow Election 2017.
Following the sad news of Jeremy’s passing on 25 February, a memorial service to celebrate the life of our friend and Past President will be held on Thursday 4 May.
The service will be held at:
St Brides Church,
London, EC4Y 8AU
The celebration will commence at 2pm at St Brides, followed by a reception at:
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), through its Actuarial Research Centre, is inviting research teams and organisations to submit proposals for a research project focusing on modelling pension funds under climate change.
Notice is hereby provided that the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' Annual General Meeting 2017 will be held on 28 June 2017 at 16.30 at Staple Inn Hall.
All CT, CA1, ST and SA exams now have 15 minutes reading time at the start, but there are some rules about what you can and can’t use this time for.
Reading time aims to give you a chance to read the exam paper in full, to plan the order in which you will approach the questions, and to consider how to structure your answers.
The rules are given below, and took effect from the September 2016 session. These apply to all subjects.
During your exam there are certain things that you can do to help the markers, so that they can mark your script accurately.
I became a Fellow of the IFoA in 2011. Before that, I spent 10 years studying for the IFoA and CAA actuarial exams, and gaining industry experience.