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“Today’s publications recognise consumer demand for greater outcome certainty (confirmed by 2012 research by the IFoA*) and make a first step towards a new system of shared risk between employers and employees.
This paper from the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) presents an analysis of the different currency options considered thus far should Scotland become independent.
The Accounting for Intangible Assets (AFIA) Working Party is looking to stimulate a balanced, realistic discussion on whether actuaries should be looking to add value to AFIA from our core experience, or whether other finance professionals are better suited.
Please note that as from today, Monday 16 June, the Edinburgh office is now at its new location:
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has today launched a pilot of the Quality Assurance Scheme (QAS).
In the 2014 Budget the Government announced plans to increase freedom and choice by enabling people to withdraw income or capital from pension pots at the point of retirement, or thereafter, as they see fit.
Today marks a key milestone in the delivery of the IFoA's new Certified Actuarial Analyst (CAA) membership qualification as registration has now opened for the first exam session.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has launched a consultation on the proposed introduction of a mandatory Actuarial Profession Standard (APS) and a supporting Guide in relation to applying standards.
Last month we published a consultation on proposals for the regulation of roles that our members may perform under the Solvency II Directive. Views are sought by 13 June.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries is delighted to announce that this year's Spring Lecture will be given by Professor Lord Robert Winston.