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Candidates completing the CM, CS, CB, CP, SP and SA series of the examinations, thereby completing the required exams for the class of Fellow, December 2019

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, Caoimhe (London)
Adams, Louise Alexandra (Zürich)
Adeniji, David (London)
Afzal, Waqar (London)
Agarwal, Archit (Delhi)
Agarwal, Pallavi (Mumbai)
Agarwal, Shristy (Dhanbad)
Ahern, Evelyn (Fermoy)
Ahuja, Surbhit (New Delhi)
Aleixo, Mara (London)
Aneja, Arzoo (Brighton)
Annamalai, Bala Chandran (West Byfleet)
Annett, Nicola (Islandsbridge)
Antony, Satish (Cape Town)
Aravind, Rajeev (Singapore)
Archer, Laurence (London)
Aslam, Yasmin (London)
Avraam, Georgios (Larnaca)
Ayers, Callum (London)
Bagri, Sumit (London)
Barrett, George William (London)
Barry, Sean Michael (Cork)
Barry, Shane (Hannover)
Basra, Randeep Singh (Sutton Coldfield)
Basran, Kamaal Daniel (London)
Batra, Chetan (Hounslow)
Bell, Robert Michael (Cirencester)
Bell, Samantha Jane (Bristol)
Bentley, Jamie Luke (Braintree)
Berry, Stephen John Edward (Manchester)
Bhagat, Arpit (Gurgaon)
Bhat, Balaram Balakrishna (Mumbai)
Bhuwania, Sourabh (Mumbai)
Biddle, David James (Bristol)
Birtwisle, Jonathan Luke (Bristol)
Bisson, Frederick Huw (London)
Blake, Joshua Thomas (Winchester)
Blaney, Jessica Rose (Rotherham)
Boyd, Daniel James Henry (London)
Boyle, Kevin Martin (Toronto)
Bradley, Shaun Christopher (Leeds)
Breckon, Ross Andrew (Leeds)
Brett-Robertson, Guy (London)
Brewster, Kelly (Reigate)
Briston, Andrew Charles (York)
Britten, Rolf Edward (Cobham)
Brook, Arabella Olivia Rose (Leeds)
Brooke, Katherine (London)
Brown, Harry Edward (London)
Brunt, Daniel Richard (London)
Bryant, Daniel (Leeds)
Burford, Luke (Bristol)
Burke, Joseph Christopher (Dublin)
Burke, Natasha Louise (Navan)
Burki, Muhammad Shazli Ali Khan (Bristol)
Burnham, Samuel Thomas (Attleborough)
Burns, Michael Jason (London)
Burt-Fulcher, Kyalo Louis (London)
Byrne, Patrick (Arklow)
Byrne, Stephen (Bushey)
Campbell, Sarah (Omagh)
Carey, Natasha Sian (Brighton)
Carson, Patrick (Leatherhead)
Castro Lado, Oscar (London)
Catt, Sophie Evelyn Tampion (Bristol)
Chandriotis, Christoforos (London)
Charlton, Roseanne (Tonbridge)
Chawla, Manmeet Kaur (Mumbai)
Cheah, Tee Hoong (Singapore)
Chen, Anran (London)
Chen, Meng (London)
Chen, Shiju (London)
Cheuk, Michael (Coleraine)
Chew, Hong Wei (London)
Chi, Mengyao (Ashford)
Chia, Victoria Meng Kim (London)
Chideya, Munyaradzi (Bellville)
Chipps, Robert William John (York)
Chodha, Tajinder Singh (Leeds)
Choon, Zi Yang (London)
Christodoulou, Christodoulos (London)
Cinderey, Edward (London)
Cleary, Georgia (Halifax)
Cocks, Christopher Graham (London)
Colvin, Matthew (London)
Conaghan, Aisling Marie (Dublin)
Constan-Tatos, Cavan Christopher (Sydney)
Cooke, Karyn Marie (London)
Copnall, David (York)
Cottrell, Adam Joseph (Cardiff)
Coulter, Samuel Alexander (Hoddesdon)
Cowin, Julie (Onchan)
Cox, Frances Jane (Bristol)
Cox, Nick (Bristol)
Coyle, Matthew Con Terence (Newtownards)
Creasy, Tom (New York)
Crowley, Michael John (Blackrock)
Cuddy, Lauren Eileen (Dublin)
Dallas, Hannah (Belfast)
Daniels, Andrew Stephen (London)
Davidson, Angus (Edinburgh)
Davies, Georgina (London)
Davies, Thomas (London)
Dennany, Vincent (Dublin)
Dhaliwal, Gurvinder (Pinner)
Dhamija, Sheena (Delhi)
Diehl, Wilko Werner (Zürich)
D'Mello, Sasha (Mumbai)
Doak, Jasmine (London)
Dolan, Dairine (Dublin)
Dolan, Mariesa (Enniskillen)
Doutney, Francesca Mary Elizabeth (London)
Doyle, Jonathan Henry (Birmingham)
Doyle, Marie (Dublin)
Doyle, Peter Arthur (New Ross)
Doyle, Simon James (Sowerby Bridge)
Drake, Hana (Dorking)
Dreyer, Megan (Sandton)
D'Souza, Matthew Charles (London)
Du, Geoffrey (York)
Durno, Samuel Harry (Woking)
Durrant, Adam Christopher Roy (Reigate)
Dzingirayi, Carlton (Bellville)

Fellowship continued:
Candidate names E-I

Erasmus, Janie Henrietta (Sandton)
Eynon, Natasha (Wokingham)
Fan, Wenwen (London)
Farrell, Cillian (Navan)
Farrelly, Killian (London)
Fenech Adami, Andrea (Swieqi)
Field, Emma Louise (London)
Finn, Marie (Limerick)
Fogarty, Eoghan Michael (Dublin)
Foong, Kuan Ngee (Singapore)
Foster, Thomas Scarr (Littlehampton)
Francis, Matthew Charles (London)
Franklin, Jack Henry (London)
Freundlich, Helen (London)
Gai, Yu (Singapore)
Galt, Alice Elizabeth (London)
Garrett, Emma (Glasgow)
Georgiev, Tsvetomir (Wilmslow)
Gerigk, Erasmus (Munich)
Gibbs, Elliot James (Bristol)
Gleeson, Cormac (Bray)
Glendinning, Louise Alexandria Soo-Ling (Zürich)
Godwin, James (Southampton)
Goel, Mohit (Delhi)
Goggs, Edward Lyle (London)
Gor, Brijesh (Leicester)
Gorgon, Beata (Potters Bar)
Gorman, Martin (Dublin)
Gormley, Jane (Letterkenny)
Gottwald, Matthew (London)
Goyal, Monika (Noida)
Gray, Jack David (Bristol)
Greening, David Thomas (Larbert)
Gregson, Jonathan (Blackrock)
Gribben, Aislinn Mary (Warrenpoint)
Griffith, Zoë (Poole)
Griller, Anna (London)
Gupta, Ayush Sanjay (London)
Gupta, Rahul (New Delhi)
Gupta, Shailaja (Kolkata)
Gupta, Vinay (Shandara)
Gurnani, Praveen (Birmingham)
Haji Nurazmi, Nur Amin Bin (Kuala Lumpur)
Hallett, Lily Ann (Birmingham)
Han, Xin Yuun (London)
Hannibal, Sarah Margaret (Sursee)
Harrington, Timothy (London)
Harris, Ciaran (Newtownabbey)
Haylock, Emma (London)
Hedger, Adam (Sevenoaks)
Henry, Rachael Sarah Jade (Edinburgh)
Hibbert, Wesley Graham (Bromley)
Hill, Andrew (Driffield)
Hoare, Thomas (Glasgow)
Hodgers, Eve (Peterlee)
Holmes, Alex (London)
Honschova, Erika (Bratislava)
Hoong, Jonathan Kai-Mun (London)
Horsley, Ben (London)
Hossack, Joanna (Wilmslow)
Hsu, Meng Shiun (Sheung Wan)
Humphrey, Samantha Louise (Crawley)
Ip, Kirsty (Uxbridge)

Fellowship continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jaffery, Muhammad Ali Hassan (London)
Jaffray, Fiona Emily (London)
Jain, Ankur (New Delhi)
Jain, Divya (New Delhi)
Jain, Reetika (Gurgaon)
Jain, Shubham (Gurgaon)
Jarvis, Samuel (London)
Jhoboo, Himanshu Chooramun (Bromley)
John, Jasmine (Slough)
Jones, Simon Rhys Fellgett (London)
Jordan, Mark Willis (London)
Joseph, Joel (Harrow)
Joshi, Vruti Anil (London)
Joyce, Bradley (Edinburgh)
Kalykakis, Athanasios (London)
Kammann, Christoph (Hamburg)
Kane, Robert (London)
Karagoz, Joseph (Crawley)
Karakurt, Hazal (Enfield)
Karua, Lewin Kamwaro (Nyeri)
Kassianou, Katerina (London)
Kavala, Praveen Kumar (Bangalore)
Kay, James (Manchester)
Kearns, Bronagh Marie (Clontarf)
Kelly, Christine Mary (Galway)
Kelly, Ewan (Glasgow)
Kelly, Mark Bernard (London)
Kemp, Stefan Liam (Winchester)
Khalid, Aliya (Hayes)
Khan, Hassan (London)
Khandelwal, Rakesh (Singapore)
Kiernan, Paul (Borris)
Kimani, Stephen Mburu (Nairobi)
Kimber, James (West Molesey)
King, Daniel (Basildon)
Kistan, Keagan Lloyd (Johannesburg)
Koh, Jasmine Sui Hwan (Singapore)
Koning, Frans Frederik (Bloemfontein)
Kornubrabhan, Thitipong (Bangkok)
Kostyuchenko, Pavel (Luxembourg)
Kumar, Tarun (Mumbai)
Lai, Fern Si Yun (London)
Laing, Louise Claire (London)
Lam, Christopher (Liverpool)
Lang, Kun (London)
Lee, Benjamin (London)
Lee, Boon Ho (Sungal Buloh)
Leung, Wing Wah (Kowloon)
Li, Jiarong (Beijing)
Li, Michael Lingzhi (Richmond)
Li, Xiaojie (Shanghai)
Liao, Vincent Song-Yi (Sutton)
Lim, Jun Ming (London)
Little, Iain James (Stirling)
Liu, Zi Hao (York)
Livanis, Georgios Efthymios (London)
Loh, See Wah Stephanie (Singapore)
Loscombe, Duncan (London)
Loughnane, Amy (Bristol)
Lowe, Justine (Edinburgh)
Lowson, Jennifer Rachael (Pontefract)
Lu, Mingyuan (Singapore)
Luckraft, Christopher Graham (Bromley)
Lynch, Alistair James (London)
M, Nithyanandham (Harrow)
MacDonald-Taylor, Alexander (London)
Macmahon, Conor (London)
MacRory, Grainne Mary (Omagh)
Madzinga, Tafadzwa Patrick (Johannesburg)
Maguire, Kathrina (Donabate)
Mahtani, Jennifer Jackie (Basingstoke)
Man, Wai Kyn (London)
Manchanda, Neetika (New Delhi)
Mandengu, Melody (Harare)
Mantri, Yoages Kumar (Bangalore)
Maronitis, George (Athens)
Marshall, Timothy (Munich)
Marston, Daniel James (London)
Matthews, Ellen Rose (Dundalk)
May, Huxley Conrad Lucien (Richmond)
McCarthy, Colin Christopher (Blarney)
McCarthy, Julia (Cork)
McCay, Gavin (Dublin)
McCorry, Kareen (Sydney)
McCusker, Stephen Joseph (Dungannon)
McKenna, Marie-Claire (Dublin)
McLaughlin, Sinead Fiona (Londonderry)
McMaster, Niall Patrick (Crumlin)
McNabb, Christopher Richard (London)
Medhurst, Alex William (London)
Mehta, Parit (Edgware)
Miller, Ewan Benedict James (Liverpool)
Miller, Tim (London)
Monro, Russell Stuart (Winchester)
Moore, Ciara (Islandbridge)
Morris, Sophie (Bristol)
Muldoon, Aisling Marie (Cashel)
Muldoon, Shane Michael (Dublin)
Mullan, Patrick Joseph (Maghera)
Multani, Ajay (Wolverhampton)
Murgorgo, Diana (Johannesburg)
Murray, Daniel (Dublin)
Nagpal, Gagan (Greenford)
Narang, Surbhi (Delhi)
Narayna, Stefan Ambanaden (Gloucester)
Nashef, Ramsay (Stratford-Upon-Avon)
Nazir, Shahzad (Telford)
Neville, Andrew David (London)
Newton, Keisha Christyn (Durban)
Ng, John Wui Hua (Cambridge)
Nguyen, Trang Minh (Singapore)
Nicol, Shaun (London)
Norris, Olivia Mary (Bristol)
Nzau, Sylvia Mwikali (Nairobi)

Fellowship continued:
Candidate names O-S

Oakley, Alexander Ian (London)
O'Carroll, Patrick (Dublin )
Ochar, Gideon Okuku (Johannesburg)
Olympios, Socrates (Nicosia)
O'Mahony, Elaine Marie (Cork)
Ong, Wei Chang (Singapore)
O'Rourke, Kevin (Dublin)
Page, Emma (London)
Param Soothy, Ruben (Kuala Lumpur)
Parekh, Shriya Sanjay (Stanmore)
Parizas, Yiannis (Nicosia)
Parmar, Devang (Stevenage)
Patel, Priyal (Northwood)
Patel, Priyen (Sutton Coldfield)
Patel, Riddhi (London)
Patel, Rita (Stanmore)
Patel, Shreena (Barnet)
Pattullo, Louise Catherine (Edinburgh)
Pavlou, Pavlos (London)
Pegrum, Rachel Frances (Bromley)
Pender, Dominic (London)
Percival, Donna (Manchester)
Pestridge, Kate (Sutton Coldfield)
Peters, Tillen Omondi (Nairobi)
Petkar, Naeem (Birmingham)
Pilz, Claudia Rochelle (London)
Plaks, Simone (London)
Popli, Ankit (Bangalore)
Pyke, Dean (Baldock)
Quigley, Jill (Dublin)
Quinn, Niall (Dunemore)
Qureshi, Mohammed Salman (Rickmansworth)
Rafferty, Kevin John (Reddingmuirhead)
Rajasekar, Usenthini (London)
Ramkhalawon, Bhanujha (York)
Rangeley, Robin (Surbiton)
Rashid, Sana (Cambridge)
Razeen, Daniel Asa (Brighton)
Reddin, Craig (Dublin)
Rennie, Felix (London)
Rice, Graeme Bernard (Glasgow)
Richards, Gareth Huw (Beddau)
Richards, Luke Toby William (St. Martin)
Rickman, Anna (London)
Ridley, Natasha (Bristol)
Riley, Alasdair Jack William (Birmingham)
Rimmer, Christopher Paul Gilbert (Guildford)
Robins, Amy (Bristol)
Robinson, Chloé Jane (Southampton)
Robinson, Stephen (Loughton)
Rogers, Tristan (London)
Rolland, Edward Henry (Enfield)
Roman, Jonathan Peter (York)
Roopun, Dharmeshsingh (London)
Root, Max Charles Peter (London)
Ross, Madeline Maria Munro (London)
Rossiter, Alexander John (Rochester)
Rozokova, Lenka (London)
Run'anga, Danai Parterson (Johannesburg)
Sadana, Puneet (Delhi)
Saggi, Pooja (New Delhi)
Sahay, Sagar (Singapore)
Saopa, Willard (Harare)
Sapre, Vaidehi Mangesh (Mumbai)
Sathyendran, Michael Dinesh (London)
Seet, Yuen Chee Angeline (Singapore)
Sehdev, Paras (New York)
Sejpal, Mithil (Mumbai)
Shah, Meera Mayank (Guildford)
Shah, Shenil (Barnet)
Shah, Vidhi (Mumbai)
She, Yu (Winchester)
Sheahan, Carol (Oranmore)
Shirazi, Conal (Hamilton)
Shokeir, Youssef Hisham (Köln)
Shure, Vladimir (Moscow)
Shurville, Rebecca (Epsom)
Siddique, Aisha (Birmingham)
Sidhu, Sumandeep (Birmingham)
Sikora, Daniel Adam (Esher)
Simpson, Alexander John (Dublin)
Singh, Hansika (Gurgaon)
Singh, Nitin (Bangalore)
Singhal, Saral (New Delhi)
Sirigos, Marinos Joseph (London)
Smith, Alison Catherine (Malahide)
Smyth, Sophie (London)
Soh, Jien Hooi (Singapore)
Solomons, Benjamin Jack (Over Alderley)
Song, Zhiwei (Singapore)
Soon, Christine (Kuala Lumpur)
Spanos, Charalambos (London)
Stearn, Gareth Francis (North Sydney)
Stefanazzi, Robert (Dublin)
Stork, Alexandra (Grantham)
Stroud, Ben (Hitchin)
Sugden, Connor George (Didcot)
Sukanto, Vanessa (Semarang)
Surana, Shipra (New Delhi)
Sweeney, Ruairi (Craigavon)
Syed, Arham (Reading)
Szczepaniak, Dorota (Bristol)

Fellowship continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tabor, Susanna Clare (Croydon)
Tang, Meng Hong (London)
Teh, Shi An (London)
Teo, Cindy Xin Rui (London)
Teo, Wee Seong (London)
Tirmizi, Syed Aanzah Aftab Hussain (Reigate)
Toh, Boo Cheong (London)
Tottle, Jonathan Robert (London)
Townley, James Martin Robert (Bristol)
Trainor, Orlaith (Armagh)
Tunnard, Richard (London)
Tyl, Katarzyna (London)
Uddin, Shemene (London)
Uppal, Carine (Bournemouth)
Venkatesh, Akshara (London)
Vickers, Charlotte (London)
Vijayakumar, Dilakshane (Colombo)
Vimalarajah, Shathiyan (Croydon)
Vipond, Callum (Edinburgh)
Virdi, Amarjit (London)
Wajs, Matthew John (London)
Walker, Eleanor May (London)
Wandanje, Onyango Cyril (Nairobi)
Wang, Zhaoxi (London)
Wanja, Grace Wambui (Nairobi)
Watson, Oliver Charles (London)
White, James Richard (Amersham)
Wickramasinghe, Janaki Tara (Cardiff)
Wilkes, Charlotte Kate (Leeds)
Willie, Tamla Marie (Bristol)
Willis, Sarah Elizabeth (New Malden)
Wilson, Aaron Michael (London)
Wong, Andrew (York)
Wong, Hwee Wen (Wan Chai)
Wozniak, Kristina (Greenford)
Wu, Bing Qing (Shanghai)
Yap, Tze Yue (London)
Yeong, Charmaine Xuen Lin (Singapore)
Yip, Shin Li (Kuala Lumpur)
Yorke, Adam Luke (London)
Yuen, Charlotte (London)
Yuen, Fiona Amy (London)
Yulian, Elisse (Singapore)
Zakaria, Samiul (London)
Zhao, Steven (London)
Zhou, Tong (London)

 

List published: 23 December 2019

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    Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel, Blackfriars Street, Manchester,M3 2EQ
    18-19 June 2020
    Spaces available

    Join us as this year’s conference that will focus on topics including  funding and savings, pension law current issues, ESG, the end game and transferring risk, investment issues, data visualisation and data science.

  • IFoA Asia Conference 2020, Kuala Lumpur

    CCEC Nexus, 7, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    24-25 June 2020
    Spaces available

    This event has been postponed. A new date will be announced.

    The IFoA's policy regarding COVID-19 is designed to safeguard the well-being of members and employees. As stated within the policy, the IFoA is reviewing its events programme on a case-by-case basis.

    To this end the IFoA and their strategic partner, the AIR, have taken the decision to postpone this year's Asia Conference. A new date will be announced pending further reviews over the following months.