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The CMI Mortality Projections Committee has been reviewing the responsiveness of the current CMI Model to new data and developing alternative methods for projecting mortality. It intends to release a working paper in June outlining proposed changes to the Model.
Do you have an aptitude for mathematics and analytics? If the answer is yes, then the CAA professional qualification might be right for you.
Nominations are invited by the IACA for the Young Consulting Actuary High Achievement Award, which is named the Geoffrey Heywood Award in honour of the founding Chairman of the International Association of Consulting Actuaries (IACA), Geoffrey Heywood.
The Geoffrey Heywood Award will be given to a young consulting actuary who has provided significant services to the public and the actuarial profession.
Voting in this year’s Council Elections is now open.
Please visit our dedicated elections website to view Candidates' statements.
The six-monthly update on developments in the UK in mortality and longevity, has been prepared for the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and the International Actuarial Association by Brian Ridsdale.
We are pleased to announce that from the September 2016 session, all Core Technical (CT) exams will have 15 minutes reading time.
When setting the exam dates, the team in Oxford have to consider many factors, including UK and international bank holidays, and major religious holidays. This does mean that sometimes we have to double up exams, and can result in a CT and an ST exam being held at the same time.
From 1 June 2016 you will no longer be able to make an exam appeal on the grounds of an inappropriate grade having been awarded.
Were you aware that two independent exam markers mark your script?
These markers have no idea what mark the other has awarded, and if the two marks are far apart, or you are close the pass mark, your script is marked again.
It therefore may not surprise you to learn that that the appeal category of inappropriate grade awarded is not successful.
The IFoA Asia Conference 2017 is back for a third successive year and will take place 11-12 May in the vibrant city of Hong Kong.
You can register for the entry exam (Module 0) today.
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