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New Professional Skills video case studies and resource materials have been published.
Refunds of exam fees are only given to those who have paid the full fee
On 2 February 2015 the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) opened online registration for CT1 for non-members for the first time
From 30 January 2015 to mid-May 2015 entrance to the London office at Holborn Gate will be via the South entrance
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) is pleased to be sponsoring a flagship event hosted by The Actuarial Association of Uganda (TAAU) in Kampala next month.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' (IFoA’s) Non-Traditional Investments Working Party held a sessional research event on 19 January where the group presented its new research. The paper, entitled Non-traditional investments: Key considerations for insurers, is an encyclopaedia of key alternative investments insurers are currently looking at.
We are pleased to announce that we have now launched the second round of consultations on the regulation of the Chief Actuary and the Chief Risk Officer under the Solvency II regime.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Mark Cross to Chair its Research and Thought Leadership Committee (RTLC). This follows a very competitive recruitment process that attracted a high quality set of candidates from a variety of disciplines and from around the world.
We are delighted to announce that the launch of our newly formed Indian Actuarial Network UK (IANUK) took place yesterday the 2 December. The launch event was held in the members’ lounge of the IFoA London Office, where members of the new IANUK committee were joined by President-elect Fiona Morrison, Membership Director Memoria Lewis and members of the Indian actuarial community to mark the launch of this new group.
Academics at Cass Business School, part of City University London, have published a paper entitled 'Personal care savings bonds: A new way of saving towards social care in later life' in which they propose a premium bond style savings plan that could help Britain's elderly care funding crisis.