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The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has awarded the Quality Assurance Scheme (QAS) accreditation to Pensions and Actuarial Services Limited after their successful application for inclusion in the flagship scheme.
The International Actuarial Association Mortality Working Group has produced an Update providing access to the minutes and all the papers and presentations from its last meeting.
The 2016-2017 Certificate of Eligibility is now available for overseas Fellow and Associate members.
The CMI has proposed changes to the Mortality Projections Model, described in Working Paper 90.
We are currently experiencing technical problems with the telephone lines to the Oxford office. This is being investigated and we hope it will be resolved shortly
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 new rules are given below, and will take effect from the September 2016 session. These apply to all subjects.
New mortality research initiatives and update on the fall in UK (period) life expectancies UK Mortality and Longevity Update- May 2016. Bennett and Ezatti (see sec 1.4) think previous forecasts are pessimistic. The CMI (see sec 1.2) thinks previous forecasts are optimistic. The ONS (see sec 1.3) publishes its 2014-based projections on 29 Oct 2015.
Human Mortality Database is in danger (see sec 2)
The CMI Income Protection Committee is keen to hear from potential new volunteers.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has awarded the Quality Assurance Scheme (QAS) accreditation to Quattro Pensions Consulting Limited after their successful application for inclusion in the flagship scheme
The IFoA is pleased to announce that Pamela Robertson, Senior Actuarial Analyst, Lloyds Banking Group, Edinburgh has become its 500th member to earn the prestigious CERA (Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary) credential.