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Margaret de Valois Chair of the Cornwall Council Remuneration Panel discusses the relevance of her actuarial skill set in chairing the Cornwall Council Independent Remuneration Panel Report & Recommendations – 2016.
Next Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 July the IFoA members' lounge will be in use for filming. We regret it will not be possible to offer study facilities on these two days.
On 31 May, Xiaoxuan (Sherwin) Li, a Career Ambassador for the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries in China, visited the Beijing Technology and Business University (BTBU).
The IFoA is seeking nominations for papers to be considered by the Awards Committee for the award of Peter Clark Prize and Geoffrey Heywood Prize
We’re often asked why the closing date for sitting at overseas centres is earlier than that for centres in the UK and Ireland
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), on behalf of the Joint Forum on Actuarial Regulation (JFAR), has carried out a thematic review on Group Think pursuant to its Risk Perspective work.
The review reports on its findings and should be of interest to both members and the wider public.
Download the JFAR Review
The IFoA welcomes any feedback - comments should be sent to Kirsten Mavor.
The CMI has proposed changes to the Mortality Projections Model, described in Working Paper 90.
Reading, writing and arithmetic are the cornerstones of education. Of the three “Rs”, it’s “rithmatic” that makes for the best careers in this year’s 2016 CareerCast.com 28th annual Jobs Rated report.
Voting in this year’s Council Elections is now closed.
In this webcast the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (NIESR) explains recently commissioned IFoA research 'The Impact of Possible Migration Scenarios After 'Brexit' on the State Pension System.'