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CP1 Actuarial Practice

The exam was held on 17 and 18 September 2019 at the usual centres with the following results
  • Pass list published: 19 December 2019
  • Result letters with your mark available: 19 December 2019

The pass mark for Subject CP1 was 55

Six hundred and seventy presented themselves and two and twenty-seven passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Adams, Jonathan
Aggarwal, Vidhi
Ahmed, Gulfraz
Ahmed, Saim Ali
Ainslie, David
Anastassiadou, Christina
Arora, Garima
Awoloye-Kio, Elaine Owanari
Bai, Mengmeng
Balen, Tobias Richard William
Bansal, Anupam
Beaumont, Samuel Peter
Bedi, Jasmin
Bennett, Steven
Bishop, Eve
Bisson, Frederick Huw
Blake, Fergal
Brown, Matthew
Byrne, Jamie
Calder, Murray
Carrick, Angus William
Chamaria, Chandini
Chandriotis, Christoforos
Cheng, Nicole
Chiripal, Nikita
Chivers, Helen
Connolly, Aveen Claire
Connolly, David
Contaldo, Enrico
Corfield, Lewis
Cotton, Amy Elizabeth
Dave, Parth
Davies, Jack Laurence
Davoren, Donal
Davy, Aaron
Delior, Djelila Mohamed Fawzy
Devine, Andrew John
Dods, Andrew James
Doherty, Shane Patrick
Doshi, Tanvi
Dowling, Mark James
Dube, Nyasha

Subject CP1 continued:
Candidate names E-I

El-Khashab, Nada
Elwell, Daniel
English, George
Feeney, Lucas Patrick
Fogden, Christopher
Franzolin, Ettore
Frith, Claire
Galbraith, Humprey
Gan, Germinian
Garg, Anshul
Georgiev, Tsvetomir
Gibson, Amy
Gibson, Louise
Gillies, Matthew John
Gray-Davies, Steffan John
Greenall, James
Gudgeon, Eilidh Margaret
Gudka, Neha
Gupta, Prachi
Guri, Iris
Hall, Tara
Hampson, Oliver James
Harness, Eleanor
Haswell, Joe
Heffron, Shea
Hill, Tim Robin
Hogan, Ryan
Hornby, Craig
Hu, Shuang
Inkaratana, Thanakrit Pun
Iyengar, Badri Narayan

Subject CP1 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jaffer, Irfan
Jaffray, Fiona Emily
Jain, Kathan Jeetendra
Jain, Neeru
Jain, Pragya
Jalan, Rishabh
James, Francesca Olivia
Jheeta, Sanjit Singh
Johnston, Alistair
Jones, Daniel
Jones, Edward
Jordan, Harry Alexander
Joyce, Michael
Kak, Anand
Kanadia, Krupa
Karmazyn, Joseph Harry
Kearney, Conor Michael
Khandelwal, Aishwarya
Khasawneh, Mohammed Mazen
Kirilova, Taisiia
Kirk, Andrew
Knight, Lawrence William Le Cornu
Koziskova, Jana
Kufahakutizwi, Brian
Lamba, Mukti
Larkin, James Felix
Lawlor, Christopher Anthony
Lee, Desmond King Haung
Lee, Teng Huan
Lee Hon Chong, Jimmy Iskandar
Li, Keyi Danny
Li, Michael Lingzhi
Lightowlers, Chloe Georgina
Lim, Joshua Kai Tsen
Liow, Thiam Joo
Liu, Joy Yuxin
Loh, See Wah Stephanie
Lynch, Michael
Mace, Frank
Maheshwari, Sudhir
Majumdar, Diya
Makda, Adeeb
Malik, Abbaas
Manokaran, Stevan
Manro, Akshay
Maritz, Danielle Nicola
Martin, Kim Nicole
Marx, Werner
Mashiri, Fortunate
McAteer, Caolan Peter
McGrade, Madeline Jane
McKiernan, Daire
Mithen, James Patrick
Mittal, Kriti
Mohamed Rafique, Nur Farhanah Binti
Mok, Yun Qi
Moraru, Marcela
Morgan, Emmet Patrick
Morrissey, Alexander
Mulholland, Mark
Mungo, Oliver Kibet
Mutepfa, Webster
Nagendran, Satheesan
Naughton, Antonia Rose Mary
Nelson, William Haydock
Newton, Henry
Ng, Kate San San
Norney, John

Subject CP1 continued:
Candidate names O-S

O Byrne, Siobhan
O'Beirne, Evan James
O'Donnell, David Micheal
O'Donoghue, Robin Michael Mac
O'Donohoe, Ewan Dockrell
Olympios, Socrates
Ong, Wei Chang
O'Shea, Stephanie
Pandya, Adarsh
Papoui, Elena
Parekh, Tanvi
Parikh, Sachin
Patel, Kaushik
Patel, Mayur Naran
Patel, Priyesh Kaushik
Pelser, Ryan Shane
Perez Duque, Alejandro
Phelan, Emma Marie
Pooley, Ben
Porritt, Jack
Power, Riley Constance Oakly
Quarshie, Dan Attoh
Quinn, Kevin
Rahim, Ryeed
Rahman, Wahidur
Rai, Karanjeet
Rai, Kritibha
Roberts, Tom Joshua
Robinson, Chloé Jane
Roche, Lucy
Saikia, Ankita
Samson, James William
Sembhi, Davinder Kaur
Sethi, Smriti
Shah, Het
Sharma, Abhilasha
Sharma, Richa
Sheerins, Emily
Shethiya, Rushabh Pramod
Shinh, Roshni
Sikora, Daniel Adam
Simpson, William Luke Kenneth
Sinclair, Kate Leanne
Sinclair, Lauren Isabella
Sitaranjan, Gabriaella
Sloane, Paul
Sofroniou, Christos
Soin, Shweta
Srikandarajah, Citrameeran
Steinberg, Moshe Zalman Mattanyahu
Stylianou, Ioanna
Suba, Jignesh
Sun-Herrmann, Yan
Sutcliffe, Thomas James
Sweeney, Ruairi

Subject CP1 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tak, Yashasvi
Tam, Anlia Yi Han
Tan, Ching Chern
Tater, Sneha
Tellyn, Jack
Teo, Yvon Yu Wen
Todd, Ross Elias
Todi, Riya
Truscott, Jenna
Twaite, Sarah Elizabeth
Uddin, Samin
Van Damme, Katherine
Vekaria, Anil
Verma, Rishabh
Virdee, Rajinder Singh
Vlad, Cosmin-Ionut
Ward, Rebecca
Warren, Remi
Williams, Isabelle Helena
Williamson, Robert Andrew Paul
Winnett, Angela
Wong, Emily Li Min
Woo, Hee Yil
Woods, Mark
Wulf, Sabrina Nina
Yang, Chuyi
Yeow, Alexander Jung-Eu
Young, Joanna Louise
Zafar, Md Adnan
Zhang, Cheng
Zhang, Liyu

 

By Order of the Council
Mike Hammer, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
19 December 2019

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