- Pass list published: 2 July 2019
- Result letters with your mark available: 2 July 2019
Subject CM1: Financial Mathematics
The pass mark for Subject CM1 was 58
Two hundred and sixty-eight presented themselves and sixty-eight passed namely:
Bass, Harriet Elizabeth
Chang, Sue Lynn
Freeman, Matthew David
Godinho, Kayleigh Jill
Gutteridge, Joshua Charles
Jain, Muskan (Sonipat)
John, Shreya Miriam
Kwaasi, Kwame Gyansah
Lath, Mohit Kumar
Mbinda, Agnes Munee
Nahata, Pankaj Kumar
Pallavur Suresh, Rajeev
Poddar, Mohit Raj
Savla, Mahek Jayesh
Seligmann, Jordan Brett
Subject CS1: Actuarial Statistics
The pass mark for Subject CS1 was 58
Four hundred and thirty-five presented themselves and one hundred and ninety passed namely:
Adhiambo, Ivy Susan
Chriselda A, Mary
Cook, Henry Thomas
Cotton, Joseph Warwick
Dedhia, Krisha Jatin
Huynh, Ngoc Thien Ly
Janakanuru, Phaneendra Prakash
Kariuki, Brenda Mukami
Kinyua, Martin Eric Koome
Lin, Hao Hang
Mbogo, Mercy Wanjira
Mbuvi, Ndoni Nicholas
Mehta, Vritika Hiren
Moreira De Almeida, Ana Raquel
Samarasinghe, Pramodya Chathumini
She, Yu Wei
Tai, Mohammed Moheed
Vaidya, Eshan Tushar
Wakade, Jui Sadanand
Warbrick, Jacob Alexander
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Mike Hammer, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
2 July 2019
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