Candidate names A-Z
Adams, Thomas (Wandsworth)
Ahmed, Waqas (Telford)
Al-Bazzaz, Yosur (London)
Atwal, Jaskirtan (Bristol)
Beata, Gorgon (Potters Bar)
Beresford, Alexander David (Leeds)
Bodinar, Thomas James (Bristol)
Bridge, Philip Owen (Shrewsbury)
Briffa, Kirsten Fay Broun (Bournemouth)
Brown, Ian Peter (London)
Dhutia, Tejal Jawahar (London)
Doshi, Jay (London)
Durkin, Rachel (Liverpool)
Gill, Ximena (London)
Glass, Matthew James (Zurich)
Gourley, Kailem (Dublin)
Haji Nurazmi, Nur Amin Bin (Kuala Lumpur)
Harris, Lucie (London)
Harvie-Jones, Amy Catherine (Woking)
Headey, Paul Roger Steven (Clear Water Bay)
Healey, Martin Thomas (St Albans)
Hogan, David Sean (Adare)
Hoo, Yuan Feng (Kuala Lumpur)
Johannesen, Nicole Louise (Edinburgh)
Koplinski, Remiguisz Dawid (Edinburgh)
Lane, Dominic (Lytham St. Annes)
Leahy, Clara Jayne (Dublin)
Mariga, Clayton (Johannesburg)
Mariner, Jack Douglas (Edinburgh)
Mavenga, Brenda (Birmingham)
Mazhar, Sarah (Cairo)
McCarthy, Sean (London)
McDermott, Luke (Monaghan)
Mensah, Clifford (Accra)
Muhle, Archbold (Harare)
Murphy, Andrew Philip (Edinburgh)
Nwankwo, Nnè Kalu Agwu Nwoke (London)
O'Brien, Aoife (Dublin)
O'Reilly, Neil (Blackrock)
O'Shea, Roisin Katie (London)
O'Sullivan, Sarah (London)
Palmer, Jacob Felipe (Edgware)
Patel, Alpesh (London)
Pather, Neelan (Johannesburg)
Pattie, Stephen James (Bishop's Stortford)
Peiris, Ashara (London)
Quigley, Rochelle (Wilmslow)
Rudd, Katherine Elizabeth (London)
Saye, Lucy Marie (Bristol)
Shah, Jacob (London)
Sithole, Thomas Zachariah (Johannesburg)
Skerlik, Martina (Romford)
Smith, Brian (Sligo)
Smith, James Barry (Rangiora)
Stevens, Jacob Joseph (London)
Tayal, Nitisha (London)
Thompson, Amy Eloise (Dorking)
Treacy, Thomas James (Leeds)
Van Eck, Gerrit (Amsterdam)
Williamson, Louise (London)
Zhang, Jingzi (Beijing)
List published: 11 July 2019
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The Life Conference is the premier event for professionals interested in life insurance. Offering a wide range of workshops and plenary sessions it’s the perfect opportunity to discover what’s hot and current in life insurance ensuring you get up to date on the latest thinking and innovation whilst meeting and exchanging ideas with a broad range of professionals.
Speaker: Dr Marc Roper, Reader in the Computer and Information Sciences department at the University of Strathclyde
Presenter Gaurang Mehta
Speaker: Pallavi Konwar
Pallavi has a background in banking and asset management as well as within government. She started her career at Wall Street in New York, where she worked for Citigroup on mortgage securitisations and collateral analysis. Before joining PwC, she worked within the Infrastructure UK team at HM Treasury. where she was responsible for contributing to the National Infrastructure Plan and reporting on the performance and delivery of nationally significant infrastructure projects.
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We are delighted to announce that Dr Kay Swinburne will deliver this year’s lecture, "It’s not all about the numbers – regulatory challenges for UK financial services post-Brexit"
We are delighted to announce that Dr Kay Swinburne will deliver this year’s lecture.
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A Trusted Profession
This talk will be given by Jon Spain who, as far back as 1983, has been working independently, trying to bring “long-term” back to UK actuarial thinking. His current focus is on discount rates (see discrate.com).
Given that Cashflow Driven Investment strategy has attracted growing interests from pension funds and insurers at the backdrop of current market conditions and clients’ circumstances, the objective of this event is to gather thought leaders from asset managers, banks and insurers to offer attendees their perspectives and insights on main aspects of consideration when adopting this strategy.
Maternity or paternity leave, sabbaticals to study or travel, managing care responsibilities or escaping unemployment – Join Chika Aghadiuno and a panel of IFoA guests including Liz Dimmock, Founder & CEO of Women Ahead (International), and Lee Faulkner, Financial Wellbeing Actuary, First Actuarial, to explore the issues around career breaks from the perspective of an employee and an employer.
The (re)insurance industry is faced with a growing risk related to the development of information technology (IT). This growth is creating an increasingly digitally interconnected world with more and more dependence being placed on IT systems to manage processes. Note: Registration is from 17.30 in time for the sessional to begin at 18.00.
The IFoA’s President-elect Tan Suee Chieh will visit Shanghai. We will host CPD and Awards Presenting event on Monday 9 December 2019. The event is part of Mr Tan’s first presidential trip to China.
This event will be of interest to students and recently qualified actuaries.
A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020. The content and discussion at this session is particularly tailored to actuarial students and newly qualified actuaries working in any area and the format is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions with your peers.
The IFoA’s President-elect Tan Suee Chieh will visit Beijing. We will co-host CPD and Awards Presenting event with the Sunshine Insurance Group on Thursday 12 December 2019. The event is part of Mr Tan’s first presidential trip to China.
Presenter Bill Curry
The authors will focus on a large dataset obtained from the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) and related sources. Data are available at the level of Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) – small geographical areas with, typically, 1000-2000 residents and include death counts, exposures and a significant number of socio-economic variables including the index of multiple deprivation (IMD).
Patrick Lee is an actuary who has made the transition to working in software architecture and artificial intelligence (AI). He holds Microsoft Professional qualifications in Data Science, Big Data and AI and is currently working towards a DevOps (the automation of software testing and deployment) qualification. He is a member of the IFoA Council and is also President of the Wessex Actuarial Society. He is also a member of the IFoA and the RSS's joint Data Science Focus Group and will talk on the ethical use of AI.
The event will be chaired by Brandon Horwitz, an actuary who is a consultant who has held various investment governance roles and who specialises in investment governance as well as being an iNED.
This presentation covers the detail for how the matching adjustment is calculated. A small simple example spreadsheet is provided and discussed in detail.
For actuaries wanting to get more involved with the matching adjustment, this is the opportunity to get a detailed description of the mechanics involved. This includes cashflows derisking, PRA tests as well as hypothecation.
The presentation is provided by James Sharpe who has worked on a number of matching adjustment calculations with several firms.
As a thank you to all our Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) volunteers, you are invited to join us at Staple Inn Hall, for an evening of drinks, canapes and networking, in London.
IFoA President, John Taylor, will be attending and will make a speech
If you support the IFoA as a volunteer (member or non-member), or in any other role, and you are going to be in London on 15 January, please book your place and join us at this reception.
A Trusted Profession
The Operational Risk Working Party aims to assist actuaries and others in the modelling and management of operational risk. One of the key challenges in modelling operational risk is the modelling of dependencies between operational risks, and between operational and non-operational risks such as market, credit and insurance risk. Their paper seeks to assist in this regard, and help develop good practice in setting assumptions and modelling operational risk dependencies.
A Trusted Profession
Presenters: Rebecca Deegan, Head of Policy, IFoA, and Faye Alessandrello, Policy Manager, IFoA
This sessional will be delivered by members of the research team working on the ARC “Big Health & Actuarial Data’ research programme, led by Professor Elena Kulinskaya (University of East Anglia).
A Trusted Profession
This sessional meeting will be of direct interest to actuaries and others working in the in the Health and Care, Life or Pensions sectors or indeed actuaries with an interest in morbidity or mortality. Note: Registration is from 17.30 in time for the sessional to begin at 18.00.
A Trusted Profession
Presenter: Mark Pibworth
Presented By: Rebecca Deegan, Head of Policy, IFoA, and Catherine Burtle, Senior Policy Analyst, IFoA
The sixth annual Asia Conference once again offers a prestigious line-up of home and international speakers discussing the insurance and financial industry’s innovation and change in Asia. This year's conference in Kuala Lumpur will be hosted by Tan Suee Chieh, IFoA’s first Asian President. He will also make his Presidential address at this conference and will expand on the important elements of IFoA’s new strategy.
Additionally, this landmark conference will showcase how the IFoA is reinventing itself to support its members to succeed and thrive in a digital age, within traditional businesses and beyond, as a global organisation.
No tot be missed by international industry players, opinion formers, academic and industry leaders, actuaries and non-actuaries.