Member-led research working parties are volunteer-led working groups which conduct research on timely topics of wide interest in the practice area and the profession
The Finance & Investment Research subcommittee has oversight of all the working parties listed below and encourages them to undertake research that can be shared with Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) members via sessional papers, articles in The Actuary or the British Actuarial Journal (BAJ), and presentations at conferences and workshops.
The Finance and Investment Research working parties listed below are led by the Finance and Investment Board
- A Cashless Society
- LPI Risk
- Cash Flow Driven Investing
- Private Credit - Further Developments
- Drawdown Strategies, Modelling tools and Consumer Communication
- Infrastructure (Cross practice with risk)
In addition, the Finance & Investment Practice area is also involved in the following cross practice working parties:
- Practical Guide to Climate Change for Investment Actuaries (led by R&E)
- Equity Release Mortgages (led by Life)
- Extreme Events (led by Life)
- Future of discounting (led by Life)
- Modelling Pre and Post Retirement Savings Products (led by Life)
All members are encouraged to volunteer for a research working party
Members interested in volunteering for a research working party should check Volunteer vacancies for current and new working parties.
The IFoA is also actively involved in commissioning strategic and external research relating to Finance and Investment
Information on research undertaken by universities and other external agencies which receive funding and/or support from the IFoA, as well as the IFoA’s strategy for involvement, the process for calls for research, current research initiatives and funding, can be found in Research and knowledge.
- 9 November 2017
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