|Qualifications from other Professional Bodies||Eligible Exemptions|
|Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)||CT2 and ST0|
|Associateship of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales||CT2 and ST0|
|Chartered Financial Analyst:|
|Level I||CT2 and CT7|
|Level I and II||CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT7|
|Level I, II and III||CT1, CT2, CT3, CT7 and CT8|
|CFA Chartered Holder/ Fellow||All of the above CT subjects, plus ST0|
|Fellowship of the Chartered Insurance Institute (FCII)||ST0|
|Chartered Institute of Management Accountants award (CIMA)||CT2 and ST0|
|GARP Certified Financial Risk Manager||ST0|
|International Diploma in Risk Management, from the Institute of Risk Management||ST0|
|Associateship of the Pensions Management Institute||ST0|
How do I apply?
You will need to complete and return the Exemptions application form and include a certified copy of official proof of your qualification.
Professional qualifications not listed above
If you have a qualification from a professional body that we do not have an agreement with you can still apply for exemptions.
We cannot grant exemptions from the following exams to holders of qualifications that we do not have an agreement with:
- CT4, CT5, CT6 and CT8
How do I apply?
You will need to demonstrate that your professional qualifications covered the IFoA subjects that you want to apply for exemption from.
To do this you will need to complete the application form and send the following information:
- Evidence of the qualification and the grades gained
- Details of the syllabus followed
- Copies of examination papers sat
The copies must be certified copies signed by your employer, who must be an actuary.
Please provide certified copies of your documentation, as we cannot accept responsibility for loss of your original documents
The person certifying the documents must be either a Fellow or Associate employed by your company who is a member of either the IFoA or of an IAA recognised actuarial association.
What happens once I've sent the information?
We will review whether your qualification covered enough of the IFoA syllabus(es) and check whether your marks were high enough. We will inform you in writing of the outcome of your exemption application.
- 7 January 2019
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