- Pass list published: 29 November 2018
- Result letters with your mark available: 30 November 2018
The pass mark for Subject CT3 was 60
One thousand, four hundred and six presented themselves and five hundred and twenty-five passed namely:
Abdi, Hafsa Mohamed
Agarwal Changoiwal, Pooja
Andrew, Stuart James
B, Sai Spoorthi
Bangalee, Adarsh Love
Bihani, Surya Prakash
Bindal, Divyanshi (Ghaziabad)
Bindal, Divyanshi (New Delhi)
Borano, John Gesile
Chadha, Harshleen Kaur
Chawla, Bavleen Kaur
Chew, Oon Ngeh
David Anyango, Halonda
Dua, Sukhdeep Singh
E, Chou Chean
Farooq, Syed Muhammad Arsalan
Field, Lauren Anchan
Foo, Michelle Ee Sze
Ganesan, Sriram Prabu
Gupta, Yathart Kumar
Irungu, Gabriel Gicheha
Joseph, Philip Niraj
Joy A, Betsy
K S, Sahala Farsana
Kamazima, Claudia Ahumuliza
Kamukapa, Kevin Robb
Kinyua, Linnet Waithira
Kipruto, Sharon Jemosop
Loya, Krishna Awtar
Macharia, Carolyne Njoki
Machingauta, Vanessa Takudzwa
Magwa, Qhamani Siphosethu
Manish Aggarwal, Natasha
Mathew, Greeshma Elsa
Mikisi, Joseph Kanyanya
Mok, Yun Qi
Muema, Duncan Munguti
Munasinghe, Ipuli Winodya Thathsarani
Murariu, Diana Adelina
Mutinda, Winfred Musengya
Nammi, Hansi Neha
Ndonji, Chris Leon
Ng, Yong Khuang
Norris, David Ian
Obhi, Jasjeevan Singh
Odongo, Tamara Adhiambo
Olaniyi, Olumide David
Oorloff, Denver Jerome
Padiyachy, Shauney Kiona
Palande, Aayushi Prakash
Parmar, Kaushal Deepakbhai
Pratap Singh, Dhruv
Pulivendula, Venkata Sai Praneeth
Reid, Joshua Ashley Blake
Saeed, Humza Uzair
Sallagunta, Tilak Yadav
Sanda, Catherine Gladys
Saraiya, Harsha Wardhan
Sethia, Sara Shailesh
Shah, Doleen Jitendra
Shaikh, Shaikh Hunain Mukhtar Alam
Shaw, Yash Kumar
Singh Arora, Prabhjyot
Singh, Madhur Bain
Smith, Jamie Frank Michael
Srinivasa, Keshav Kumar
Tan, Pei Yee
Tan, Yu Siang
Thomas, Toba David
Turnock, Thomas Anthony James
Udaiyar, Ruby Prasheela P
Vivier, Susanna Maria
Wakalikha, Kevin Davis Agolla
Waneta, Kudakwashe Lewis
Ying, Damon Alistair
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The Life Board and Life Lifelong Learning Sub-committee are running this half-day workshop on IFRS 17.
They will provide a detailed understanding of the key concepts of the standard, as well as discuss how implementation will impact people, process and systems. They will also share views on how the new standard will change the way insurers are viewed in the market, and share perspectives from within and outside of the profession.
This teleconference will be presented by Isaac Alfon
The IFoA Antibiotic Resistance Working Party has studied the rise of Antibiotic resistance (‘ABR’) and how it has become an increasing concern to the medical professions, health services and governments of the world’s major economies.
The IFoA are launching their first virtual conference on the topic of Data Science, that is free to attend. This is an exciting and forward thinking move to reach members all over the world and to share knowledge and discuss developments and techniques within data science.
IFoA President-Elect, John Taylor will discuss his work on 'robo advice' and the implications of technology for the future of the profession, but also his thoughts about the immediate priorities for the actuarial profession based on his first year with the Presidential Team.
The Worshipful Company of Actuaries will also be explaining their work and presenting two prizes: one each to the best performing 2nd year and 3rd year BSc Mathematics and Actuarial Science student at the University during the session.
This event is now full. We do operate a waiting system for this event should there become availability, which you can register for here and be added to the waitlist. We will email everyone on the waiting list nearer the time to confirm whether there is availability for them to attend.
This event is run by Actuaries Rock, the regional society for actuaries in Gibraltar. To register please email: email@example.com
This talk will present examples of the use of data science in the General Insurance and Health and Care practice areas. It will highlight some of the opportunities and challenges for actuaries in using the latest data science techniques in these fields.
- Lisa Balboa will present on using predictive analytics to improve health care forecasting.
- Alexander Hanks will present a practical example of training a neural network to fit curves to general insurance claims data.
This event will cover the highlights from the Life Conference 2018 held in Liverpool. The Conference Committee has reviewed session feedback and has put together a high-quality technical programme featuring the best sessions from the Life Conference 2018. Book now to ensure your place.
This cross-practice event for Life actuaries and those in finance and investments roles offers high-quality CPD with a series of thought-provoking presentations covering economics and financial markets, responsible investment, CMA review outcome, FCA requirements, asset analytics, and much more.
In conjunction with the Scottish Board.
Following the popularity of this year’s Spring Lecture, delivered by Professor Sir John Curtice, an additional venue has been sourced for those wishing to attend a London Livestream event.
In conjunction with the Scottish Board. Edinburgh is now full. However, you can still register here to view the event live online, allowing those who cannot attend in person to stream the lecture to their computer, laptop, tablet, and phones wherever they are in the world.
We do operate a waiting system for each of the Edinburgh and London venues should there be availability, which you can register for here and be added to the waitlist. We will email everyone on the waiting list nearer the time to confirm whether there is availability for them to attend.
In conjunction with the Scottish Board. Following the popularity of this year’s Spring Lecture, delivered by Professor Sir John Curtice, an additional venue has been sourced for Members to attend a London Livestream event at the Lloyd's building. Please register here. Alternatively, you can still register here to view the event live online, allowing those who cannot attend in person to stream the lecture to their computer, laptop, tablet, and phones wherever they are in the world.
The term ‘investment risk’ is often used loosely, and frequently confused with the notion of short term price volatility, particularly for equity instruments. For the long term investor, however, what is most apposite is the ability to meet future real cash flows as they become due.
This KSS talk on Index Based Longevity Hedging - The Dutch Experience and implications for the UK market will cover the structure of deals to date in the Dutch market; the challenges in determining the Solvency 2 capital treatment for such deals and the work done by the Longevity Risk Transfer Working Party of the Dutch Insurance Association; a proposal for a method for quantification of Basis Risk based on a recent paper “Basis Risk in Index Based Longevity Hedges: A Guide for Longevity Hedgers” by Cairns & El Boukfaoui, and implications for the future, both in terms
This KSS talk from FinTech Scotland's CEO will explore the mission to create an integrated Fintech ecosystem through provision of funding, support, infrastructure and talent that recognises and responds to the needs of all stakeholders - and the overarching aim for Scotland to be one of the top 5 Fintech global leaders by 2020.
8th March is International Women’s Day. The IFoA’s Diversity Advisory Group will be facilitating a session later in March as part of this celebration. Subject to availability. All members are welcomed. Please contact Susan Hunter Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register for the session.
This event is run by Actuaries Rock, the regional society for actuaries in Gibraltar. To register please email email@example.com
Presented by Stuart McDonald
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We will email everyone on the list nearer the time to confirm whether there is availability for them to attend.
This General Insurance CPD offering has been changed from former years of individual one day seminars to include individual sessions for IFRS 17, Pricing, Capital Modelling and Reserving over a two-day event packaged as Technical Issues in General Insurance, providing attendees with a varied program . The event is suitable for anyone who works, or are interested, in these areas.
Presented by Yossi Sirote
Offering a diverse selection of plenary sessions and cross-practice workshops, the annual Asia Conference is the perfect opportunity to discover and discuss current and developing actuarial topics in Asia, whilst providing excellent opportunity to grow your network of contacts.
CILA is one of the pre-eminent events in the annual Life calendar. It is aimed at practicing life actuaries from life offices, consulting firms and other employers of actuaries. It will also be of interest to all those who work in or advise on, the life assurance market in the UK and Europe.
This KSS talk will give a bulk annuity market update over 2018 and for 2019 and beyond. The presenters will also consider bulk annuity options as part of pension scheme de-risking strategies, and how pension schemes can best prepare when requesting a quote in order to achieve a favourable outcome. To book please email Dawn.Neil@willistowerswatson.com.
This KSS talk will give a bulk annuity market update over 2018 and for 2019 and beyond. The presenters will also consider bulk annuity options as part of pension scheme de-risking strategies, and how pension schemes can best prepare when requesting a quote in order to achieve a favourable outcome. To book a place please email Dawn.Neil@willistowerswatson.com
This year's Risk and Investment Conference will be taking place at Amba Hotel, Charing Cross, London.
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How much does the average person need to save over a full working life to provide a decent retirement income? We call this the Lifetime Pension Contribution (LPC) and have attempted to quantify it.
Presented by Richard Schneider
Substantial work has been undertaken in the field of behavioural finance to explore the psychological factors affecting investment decisions made by individuals. In contrast, “behavioural” factors (such as politics or human psychology) affecting decisions and actions made by institutional investors, such as insurers or pension schemes, are less understood.
This year's Pensions Conference will be taking place at the Bristol Marriott City Centre.
CIGI will provide an excellent and diverse line-up of speakers, each providing their insight and knowledge on a range of topics. The programme will be broad in nature, so will be of most value to those with some experience in the industry.
The pensions dashboard has been talked about across the industry for a long time and now nears implementation with DWP’s consultation ending in January 2019.