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Specialist Principles subjects, SP1-9

The exams were held from 17 September – 4 October 2019 at the usual centres with the following results

The exams were held from 17 September – 4 October 2019 at the usual centres with the following results

  • Pass list published: 19 December 2019
  • Result letters with your mark available: 19 December 2019
Subject
Subject SP1 Subject SP4 Subject SP6 Subject SP8
Subject SP2 Subject SP5 Subject SP7 Subject SP9

 

Subject SP1: Health and Care

The pass mark for Subject SP1 was 60

Two hundred and eight presented themselves and one hundred and twelve 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

Adamca, Jan
Agarwal, Devanshu
Aggarwal, Arun
Ahern, Evelyn
Alley, Liam
Alport, Benjamin Simon
Anastasiou, Stella
Annett, Nicola
Arshed, Zubair Nazir
Balakrishnan, Rajesh
Bell, Samantha Jane
Ben, Emre
Brennan, Claire
Chawla, Garima
Chen, Harley
Chen, Ya Lily
Chiew, Wen Hui
Choudhary, Anjani
Clarke, Blathnaid Eileen
Cleary, Jack Murray
Copeland, Joel
Cosgrave, Elaine Christine
Cove, Annika
Cox, Nick
Cuddy, Harry Nicholas
Cunningham, Shane William Noel
Cushion-Swales, Tom
Dennany, Vincent
Doherty, Lauren

Subject SP1 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Etchells, Nicola Tanya
Falvey, Conor
Foo Yun Wei, Cheryl
Foo, Shin Yee
Fulton, Susan
Gadia, Tanvi
Gibbs, Elliot James
Goel, Esha
Goonewardena, Hiran
Gregson, Jonathan
Gupta, Naina
Gupta, Shreshth
Gupta, Vaibhav
Hindson, Ross Andrew
Ho, Amos
Hutchison, Bethany-Jane

Subject SP1 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jennings, Paul Michael
Jiang, Fan
Jones, Sarah
Kalsi, Sabraj
Khatri, Disha
Khoo, Andrea June Lynn
Kusalakumar, Damian
Lam, Sheung-Yang
Larmour, Sarah Karen
Leong, Kar Hoong
Li, Tracy
Lim, Samantha Yi Cheng
Lin, Shanru
Liu, Yujie
Lu, Yuan
Lui, Hoi Lam Karen
Mache, Simbisai Matifadza Theresa
Maguire, Kathrina
Marlow, Abbie
Martin, Brendan
McCabe, Robert
Mills, Katie Elizabeth
Monro, Russell Stuart
Multani, Ajay
Musyoki, Antony Mbithi
Mwembe, Rejoice Johannes
Nandagopal, Subasri
Ndlovu, Qhelile
Neo, Celestine Xing-Yi
Ng, Elsa Ching Man

Subject SP1 continued:
Candidate names O-S

O'Brien, Fionntan
O'Dwyer, Eoghan
O'neill, Edmund
Ong, Xie
Patel, Mohammed Hussain
Presley, Danny
Pyke, Dean
Quigley, Margaret Ellen
Raja, Karthik
Ramachandran, Vaishnavi
Rathi, Vikas
Robins, Amy
Sakaria, Roshni
Sehgal, Rahul
Setia, Rajat
Shah, Krupa
Silberberg, Alfred Cristian
Simpson, Alexander John
Singh, Jasika
Singh, Vedangini
Singhal, Akanasha
Smith, Orlaith Martha Marie
Soh, Jien Hooi
Sohal, Sandeep
Subramanian, Nandhini
Sullivan, Emma Jayne

Subject SP1 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tan, Junjie
Tan, Song Gee
Tang, Kevin
Tang, Shiuan You
Truscott, Michael Roger
Underwood, Daniel Thomas
Walsh, Niall
Wilkie, Kirsten
Willis, Sarah Elizabeth
Zafar, Muhammad Rayan
Zimbowa, Vongaishe

Subject SP2: Life Insurance

The pass mark for Subject SP2 was 56

Five hundred and thirty-seven presented themselves and two hundred and twenty-two 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

Aggarwal, Komal
Ali, Shouzab
Anderson, Gerard
Asser, David
Attfield, Joanne Laura
Ayers, Callum
Bagga, Jagrit
Bamford, Chantelle
Barnett, Joseph David
Berry, Dalton Ashley
Bhamra, Amit Singh
Bhudia, Bhavesh Naran
Birtwisle, Jonathan Luke
Bishop, Jake Edward
Black, James Alexander
Brebenar, Ana Cristina
Brophy, Padhraig
Byrne, Sean
Cai, Xiaofen
Callender, Jack Steven
Carson, Patrick
Chamberlain-Clark, Aran
Chelvanathan, Marie-Claude Chelvini
Chen, Ya Lily
Chin, Joel Kai Liang
Choi, Yan How
Chong, Yuen Loo
Choo, En Lun
Clare, Sarah
Collier, David
Collins, Richard
Cormican, Rachel Emma
Credgington, Nathan
Cronin, Conor
Curran, Caoimhe
Curran, Thomas Joseph
Cusack, Aisling
Dale, Alex John Alistair
Dart, Jacob
Dart, Nick
Dempsey, Michael
Deshpande, Anish Prabhakar
Devadason, Sarah Ranee
Devine, Andrew James
Dhingra, Apoorva
Dhir, Biren Kumar
Doherty, Sinead
Dolan, Mariesa
Dolan, Vanessa
Doshi, Rohan

Subject SP2 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Easthope, Richard Peter
Fan, Mingyue
Feerick, Denise Patricia
Fenech Adami, Andrea
Fidler, James Michael
Friel, Janine
Galt, Alice Elizabeth
Garg, Apurva
Gegg, Frederick
Geraghty, Robert
Goh-Stuart, Shona
Gollogly, Declan
Grant, Mairead Rose
Groom, Ross Arthur
Gupta, Aastha
Gupta, Apoorva
Halasz, Reka
Hamill, Ryan
Hampshire, Oliver
Harris, Edel
Hazar, Goran
Hickling, Mary Elizabeth
Howell, Charlie James
Iakovidou, Aliki
Iannetta, Andrew
Ifebajo, Irede Ngozi
Isaac, Mary

Subject SP2 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Aman
Jain, Ashok
Jain, Niti
Jindal, Kanishka
Johnson, Lauren
Johnston, Fay
Jones, Helena
Jugon, Imran
Kalra, Sunny
Kedia, Mahima
Kee, Zhe Hen
Kelly, David Sean
Khaire, Prashray
Khurana, Sarika
Kimber, James
Knight, Craig Peter
Koay, Melissa Su Min
Kremers, Carl
Kuppuswamy, Deepika
Kyprianou, Ionas
Lam, Zak Sum Hing
Le, Nhat Minh
Leahy, Aine
Li, Kainan
Liang, Kai Wen
Lim, Khye Xian
Lim, Samantha Yi Cheng
Lindsay, David James
Loh, Jenn Sern
Loh, Ming May
Love, Simon
Low, Jun Jack
Low, Wai Hing
Lucas, Connor Samuel
Lynch, Michael
Mache, Simbisai Matifadza Theresa
Maguire, Alan
Manyenga, Nyarai
Marshall, Hannah
Martin, Kyle Steven
Mashiri, Fortunate
Mbau, Albert Mwangi
McDonald, Michelle
McFarlane, Taylor
McGoldrick, Jonathan
McGrath, Dominic Connor
McHale, Alexander
McIlvanna, Matthew
McKenna, Laura Katrina
Mei, Johnathan Wei En
Mhindu, Patience Natsai
Millar, Lauren Jane
Mistry, Dimple Balvantbhai
Mittal, Shubham
Morgan, Harrison Kenneth
Murphy, Aaron Patrick
Murphy, Damian Edmond Michael
Nadeem, Fahad
Nagori, Rishabh
Nawaz, Shahrukh
Ng, Chew Hou
Ng, Ju Ee
Ní Chonchúir, Ciara Siobháin
Nutt, Edward

Subject SP2 continued:
Candidate names O-S

O'Brien, Colin Christopher
O'Brien, Orla
O'Dea, Cormac
O'Hanlon, Cein William
Ong, Joshua
Orford, Thomas
Ostacchini, Oliver
Panjwani, Aftab
Patel, Ashish
Patel, Kandarp
Patel, Niraj
Patel, Priyen
Patel, Vratesh
Pepa, Thandekile Nokuthula
Pilz, Claudia Rochelle
Pitts, Orry
Prahladka, Yash
Putra, Eka
Quinn, Laura Marie
Rahman, Wahidur
Rains, Jack
Ranpura, Nishita
Ray, Rajoshi
Robinson, Adam
Roddy, Steven Michael
Ross, Adrian
S, Manoj
Saluja, Meenakshi
Sami, Rizwan
Sanganeria, Aman
Saqib, Mohammad Hammad
Sargeant, Tom David
Saunders, Linden
Savvides, Marinos
Sehra, Saurabh
Seow, Yu Huan
Setia, Rajat
Shah, Bansari
Shah, Het
Shah, Saloni
Shah, Vithika
Shanbhag, Sahana
Sharma, Kunal Kumar
Sharma, Neeraj Kumar
Shek, Calvin
Singh, Jasika
Skwierczynski, Maciej Julian
Small, Poppy
Smith, Callum
Srikandarajah, Citrameeran
Stopher, Lee
Sumner, Jessica May

Subject SP2 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tamakloe, Josephine
Tan, Glenn Yong Jia
Tang, Kevin
Tayabali, Adnan Shoka
Thomson, Matthew
Todd, William Alexander
Topia, Zubair Yunus
Treacy, Eamonn John Joseph
Uzzell, George Alexander Hobday
Vadhwana, Jaimin Bela
Vasylevska, Iuliia
Vernon, Daniel
Vijay, Richa
Walsh, Kyle
Warren, Luke
Wass, Daniel
Watson, Andrew
Whitworth, Chloe Elinor
Wong, Yu Hong
Woolgar, Kirstin Alicia
Wu, Yun
Xiao, Yuexi
Xu, Xinlin
Yang, Andi
Yankov, Nikolay Todorov
Yeow, En Hao John
Zhang, Huiyun
Zhang, Kairui
Zidek, Petra

Subject SP4: Pensions and other Benefits

The pass mark for Subject SP4 was 60

One hundred and ninety presented themselves and eighty 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

Allen, James William
Ashworth, Oliver Ryan
Bailey-Conlon, Ben
Benning, Jujhar Singh
Bignell, Lucy Sammie
Birkin, Thomas
Blackbeard, Nicholas
Blake, Joshua Thomas
Bradwell, Thomas
Brown, Georgia
Campbell, Ryan
Carmichael, Jack
Cavanagh, Caroline
Cayton, Gemma May
Chan, Ka Ngo
Clare, Joshua
Cook, Alexander
Coster, Harry
Cullen, Patrick
Dasgupta, Amrita
Dempsey, David
Dieu, Kevin Khoi Hung
Dutton, Lydia Jane
Duvall, Peter James

Subject SP4 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Eastall, Mark
Evans, James Rhys Christopher
Fairclough, Emma Claire
Farooqui, Aazma Shoaib
Fulham, Amy Louise
Green, Zak
Hall, Jonathan William
Harkness, Nicole J
Hoare, Thomas Samuel
Hough, Emily Elizabeth
Howell, Fergus William

Subject SP4 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Kansal, Nidhi
King, Sarah
Lee, Chee Huan
Limbachia, Yanal
Magasu, Kudakwashe
Mahtani, Jennifer Jackie
Mcelroy, Julie
McLaughlin, Jennifer Anne
Mpedzisi, Takunda Peaen

Subject SP4 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Oakley, Mitchell
O'Neill, Claire
Palmer, Kathleen
Patterson, Adele Mabel
Pegrum, Rachel Frances
Pound, Katherine Elizabeth
Pughe, Sophia Lynne Elizabeth
Ranchin, Andre
Rees, George
Richer, Eloise Catherine
Robins, Michael
Rollings, Jonathan
Saini, Anika
Saini, Lauren
Shah, Latasri
Shah, Nikesh
Sharkey, Mark Stephen
Sidhu, Karenpreet
Simmons, Hannah Jane
Sloan, Rebecca
Smedley, Matthew
Stewart, Charlotte
Stone, Emily Anne
Stormonth, Laura
Sutton, Katie Alexandra

Subject SP4 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Thompson, Conor Peter
Thrall, Adam Thomas
Toon, Sophie Louise
Vesty, Gareth
Vincent, Elaine
Walker, Eleanor May
Witney, Christopher Paul
Woodhouse, Miles Russell Henry Keith
Youd, Lauren Anne
Young, Robert
Young, Sam James Hughes

Subject SP5: Investment and Finance

The pass mark for Subject SP5 was 58

Three hundred and fifteen presented themselves and one hundred and thirty-four 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

Agnew, Blair James
Allen, Richard
Allen, Shannon Jordan
Anushree
Archer, Laurence
Armstrong, Robert James
Ashby, Peter
Ayers, Callum
Baran, Alexey
Beale, Nicolas James
Bhagani, Chandni
Bielby, Amy Louise
Biswas, Moho Nand Kishore
Boyle, Christian
Brady, Jessica
Brett, Daniel Edward George
Bright, Máire
Brogan, James
Brownlow, Wesley
Bull, Alexander Christian
Burt-Fulcher, Kyalo Louis
Byrne, Paul
Cartmill, David
Catt, Sophie Evelyn Tampion
Chatzineofytou, Andreas
Chaudhry, Nabeel Haider
Chembe, Msuwa
Clinton, Max
Cottrell, Adam Joseph
Denholm, Lisa
Doshi, Neel Balkesh
Dunn, William George
Durrant, Adam Christopher Roy

Subject SP5 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Fagan, Patrick James
Fardell, James Paul
Fogarty, Eoghan Michael
Foster, Emma
Foster, Thomas Scarr
Fotiou, Andreas
Garner, Matthew Handley
Goel, Ayushi
Goggs, Edward Lyle
Gross, Daniel
Gupta, Ashwani
Haber, Marcus Leopold
Habte, Fiere
Hallett, Lily Ann
Hart, Rosalie
Hedger, Adam
Heenan, Joshua Joseph
Hickey, Daniel Paul
Higgins, Dylan Robert
Hollauf, Thato
Humphrey, Matthew
Hurdley, Mark

Subject SP5 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Ashok
Johnson, Esme Piper Anne
Kamdar, Avish
Kay, James
Kelly, Ewan
Khalili, Mehdi
Kinsella, Andrew James
Kyte, Stephen
Lambert, Thomas Henry Beaumont
Lau, Jonathan Yan-Kin
Leong, Arif Asnawi
Li, Sai Cheung
Lillis, Aideen Marie
Lim, Chee Chuen
Liu, Yue
Livanis, Georgios Efthymios
Lomas, Simon
Lowe, Justine
MacLeid, Fiachra
Mahay, Kiran
Mahmood, Nosherwaan
Mahtani, Jennifer Jackie
McCarthy, Julia
McCay, Gavin
Mcdonagh, Matthew
McGarry, Victoria Scarlett
McIntyre, Gerard
McKavanagh, Jack
McKeever, Michelle
McKenna, Christie James
Mehmood, Shaan
Moore, Sarah Jane
Munro, Finnian
Naik, Jamie
Nayyar, Sonia

Subject SP5 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Oakley, Alexander Ian
Ormsby, Liam Edward
Papandreou, Antrea
Patel, Sonali
Patel, Thakor
Pattullo, Louise Catherine
Peters, Thomas
Pham, Minh Le
Pont, Andrew Christian
Rocke, Jamie
Saqib, Mohammad Hammad
Sarker, Soumyadeep
Saville, Jenna Courtenay
Sethi, Neha
Shah, Jay Sunilkumar
Shah, Mansi
Shek, Calvin
Sherwood, David
Siddiqui, Anas Umair
Sidhu, Sumandeep
Simmons, Eleanor
Singh, Prabhkirat
Slattery, Callum
Smith, Jake
Smith, Miles
Stimpson, Joseph Watson Jack
Stock, Charlotte
Sunderland, Rebecca Louise

Subject SP5 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tay, Selina Sui Ping
Thomas, Matthew
Thurlow, Dominic
Vallabh, Bhavini
Vas, Trena
Vickers, Benjamin
Waithira, Ian Mbuti
Wang, Dennis
Warburton, Samuel Mark
Whelan, Paul
Wilson, Richard
Wong, Emily Li Min
Wong, Janice Ting Chi
Wong, Kin
Woodhouse, Victoria Emily
Wu, Yun

Subject SP6: Financial Derivatives

The pass mark for Subject SP6 was 60

Forty-nine presented themselves and twenty-nine 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

Allaker, Phillip
Andrews, Chae
Beaumont, Samuel Peter
Bulmer, Michael Alan
Chan, Dan-Fung
Dedakia, Neha
Dunne, Paul Christopher

Subject SP6 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Fang, Yuan
Ghigea, Andra-Lorena
Hill, Christopher Michael
Hurdley, Mark
Iannace, Mauro

Subject SP6 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Khasanov, Ruslan
Mesout, Adam
Musamirapamwe, Anesu
Nash, Diarmaid
Norman, Daisy
Norrington, Samuel Jack

Subject SP6 continued:
Candidate names O-S

O'Hara, Liam Anthony Edward
O'Neil, Jack William
Rickaby, Deven Shah
Rumsey, Katherine Ann Rebecca
Sherwood, David
Smith, Adam Charles

Subject SP6 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tizzone, Miguel
Wraw, Michael
Wulf, Sabrina Nina
Xue, Yucheng
Zhou, Lu

Subject SP7: General Insurance Reserving and Capital Modelling

The pass mark for Subject SP7 was 61

Two hundred and ninety-seven presented themselves and one hundred and twenty-three 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

Agarwal, Umang
Agarwala, Ayush
Al Rahman, Mohamed Hidayat
Arora, Mohit
Bailey, Jamie
Barhey, Khushaal
Bhandari, Deepak Sandeep
Bohara, Anshul
Byrne, Adam
Chan, Han-Tian
Chen, Shuying
Childs, Ricky Brett
Chin, Hui Vun Christina
Chishti, Qasim
Chitrapu, Srikanth
Cinderey, Edward
Clegg, Joshua
Cohen, Dwayne Severin
Cope, Katie
Creasy, Tom
Crowley, Sara Marie
Daftary, Trisha
Dattani, Priya
Dhingra, Kanav
Dhuria, Sanjay
Dodoo, Nicola Margaret Naa Doduah
Donnelly, Orla Marie
Doshi, Ishita
Duncan, Simon Jack
Durno, Samuel Harry
Dutt, Ruby

Subject SP7 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Eastwood, Cormac Raymond
Economou, Achilleas
Faro, Anthony Thomas Edward
Farrell, Paul John
Ferry, Christopher
Fong, Kai Yin
Glanville, Hannah Louise
Goel, Nitya
Guo, Dongshan
Hagan, Seth Evans Ekow
Hall, Rohan Dayne
Hardy, Colin Edward
Haughey, Ryan
He, Yumin
Hibbert, Wesley Graham
Hughes, Laura

Subject SP7 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jeong, Sunyeong
Jheeta, Sanjeevan Singh
Johnson, Andrew
Kandala, Phani Krishna
Kapembeza, Batsirai
Kazmi, Muhhamad
Keane, Stephen
Keenan, Lauren Rebecca
Keung, Yuen Shan
Knighton, Benjamin
Kosowski, Piotr Aleksander
Kothari, Rishi Dipak
Kuah, Ken Ning
Larose, Adele Marie
Lau, Marcella
Lun, Steven Yiu Lam
Lyons, Bronwyn
MacDonald, Michael James
Mak, Ho Kam
Maloney, Darryl James
Martin, Matthew
Masood, Junaid
McMullan, Luke
McNabb, Jonathan Peter
McNamara, Joseph James
Medica, Jason
Mobarak, Mohammed Abdul
Morrow, Jonathan Alexander Thomas
Murphy, Miranda Mary
Nash, Daniel James
Ndewere, Chido
Ndlovu, Mlibazisi Mthokozisi

Subject SP7 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Onipede, Samuel Oluwafemi
O'Reilly, Gary
O'Sullivan, Steven
Parikh, Hrudaya
Parsons, Andy Trafford Singleton
Patel, Jaimin Girish
Patel, Khurun Nitesh
Pathmabaskaran, Gayathiri
Payne, Jack
Philippe, Jean-Olivier
Porter, Joshua Adam
Price, Alistair William
Quickfall, Lisa Joanne
Ravji, Rahul
Redmond, Conor
Rennie, Felix
Roberts, Aaron Benjamin
Rout, Matthew Christopher
Ruiz Pavon, Maria Teresa
Ryan, Eanna Sean Paul
Schenk, Richard
Shamla, Rishi Kumar Pradeep
Skronska, Anna
Soni, Pia
Soon, Sharon Li Qi
Squire, Luke Ashley
Srikandarajah, Citradeeban
Stilgoe, Grace
Sunkara Kumar, Aishwarya

Subject SP7 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tan, Kar Kiat
Tan, Shuet Yang
Tarrant, Kelly
Tay, Chun Kiat
Thompson, James
Tierney, Ciaran
Tierney, Conor Padraig
Townhill, John
Upaul, Aarun Singh
Wan, Cindy
Warnock, Callum Jack
Watkinson, Julia Rose
Wharton, Calum
Williams, Conrad
Xu, Weiwei

Subject SP8: General Insurance: Pricing

The pass mark for Subject SP8 was 57

Three hundred and sixty-seven presented themselves and one hundred and forty-four 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

Accordi, Anco Maurizio
Agarwal, Meghna
Ahern, Matthew Gerard
Ahmad, Taha Jamil
Ali, Zeeshan
Anand, Saurabh
Appleton, Coral Suzanne
Arama, Cristina
Aramwatanapong, Rawin
Avlani, Prajay
Azhar, Sana
Boddy, Joshua
Bose Dhingra, Anurupa
Bracewell, Joshua Sam
Bradbury, Christopher Simon
Brown, Calum James
Burnham, Samuel Thomas
Butcher, Aaron
Byrne, Laura
Cannizzo, Elisabeth Florence
Chitkara, Gaurav
Clark, Jessica Alice
Cleary, Georgia
Cook, Chloe
Cooper, Isaac
Crawford, Robert Howard
Crowley, Aine
Crowley, Sara Marie
Devgun, Piyush
Dhekne, Siddhesh
Dhingra, Chandni
Dodd, Calum
Doutney, Francesca Mary Elizabeth
Doyle, Simon James

Subject SP8 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Gao, Rong
Gudka, Keval
Guo, Dongshan
Gupta, Tvisha
Haddadi, Lamine
Harrington, Jack Thomas John
Harrington, Timothy
Hassan, Ibrahim Mohamedtaki Fazel
Hebron, Natalie Claire
Hemming, Charlotte Elizabeth
Hoang, Thi Thu Ha
Hockey, Jessica Louise
Hoong, Jonathan Kai-Mun
Hope, Rachel Bethan
Horsley, Ben
Humphrey, Kieran Paul

Subject SP8 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Vikram
Kane, Robert
Karakurt, Hazal
Khatri, Aejaz
Knight, Megan Alexandra
Knighton, Benjamin
Kothari, Rishi Dipak
Kuah, Ken Ning
Lew, Yi Hui
Li, Xin Rong
Livesey, Edwin
Lloyd, Alyson Grace
Lumbard, Ashley Carron
Luthra, Sunnie
MacDonald, Michael James
Mai, Chin-Ho
Maloney, Darryl James
Martin, Aaron James
McAdam, Todd
McCarthy, Niall Anthony
Mcmahon, George
Medhurst, Alex William
Mehra, Anupama
Melarkey, Daniel
Millington, Laura
Mitchell, Jason
Morris, Sophie
Moszkowski, Faye
Mullen, Paul
Murray, Daniel
Nam, Ho Woo
Nana, Bhavita
Naqvi, Syed Allay Ali
Narine, Saabera Khatdja
Ndlovu, Mlibazisi Mthokozisi
Nelson, Jack
Newsome, Matthias
Ng, Shirley Tsz Ying
Ng, Sze Rhui

Subject SP8 continued:
Candidate names O-S

O'Connell, Ellie
Ong, Amelia Shu Peng
Palmer, Lara
Park, Aaron Han
Parmar, Devang
Parsons, Andy Trafford Singleton
Patel, Khurun Nitesh
Porter, Jack
Puri, Isha
Pym, Thomas William
Rajaram, Anushanth
Rimmer, Christopher Paul Gilbert
Rossiter, Alexander John
Rout, Matthew Christopher
Ryan, Eanna Sean Paul
Saggu, Maninder Kaur
Sam, Mantsz
Samson, James William
Sandow, James Frederick
Schall, Justin Rochester Martey
Schijveschuurder, Jonathan
Sheridan, Mark Adam
Shin, Akash
Simmonds, Daniel
Singh, Sukrita
Spence, Caroline Helena
Sui, Chenshuai

Subject SP8 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tabor, Susanna Clare
Tang, Alice
Tarrant, Kelly
Tee, Kian Hin
Thomson, Jadon Joshua
Tibrewal, Prarthana
Tinkler, Adrees
Tottle, Jonathan Robert
Tyagi, Alok Kumar
Tyl, Katarzyna
Ugolini, David
Ung, Chrystal Winkie
Vella Bonello, Stuart
Wang, Zhaoxi
Warnock, Callum Jack
Weng, Jing
Westgarth, Kye
Whelan, David
Williams, Conrad
Williams, Paola
Wills, Andrew
Wong, Sarah
Wood, Marcus Henry
Yap, Adrian Yee Chin
You, Dongxue
Yu, Runze
Yuen, Cheuk Ming
Zobin, Howard

Subject SP9: Enterprise Risk Management

The pass mark for Subject SP9 was 63

One hundred and twenty-eight presented themselves and thirty-six 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

Amin, Kishan
Bajnathsingh, Robiraj
Breen, Caroline
Chuah, Poh Luan
Colvin, Matthew
Conway, Jack Michael
Derry, Dominic Simon
Docherty, Sean Christian

Subject SP9 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Egwuekwe, Lincoln
Glennie, Jody Sara Jane
Gokool, Vivekanun
Gribben, Aislinn Mary
Gupta, Vartika
Howell, Charlie James
Humphrey, Samantha Louise

Subject SP9 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jheeta, Sanjit Singh
Le, Nam
Lehane, Orlaith Mairead
MacRory, Grainne Mary
Malik, Fahad Javed
McWalter, Aoife
Mudyanadzo, Linda Margaret
Mudyiwa, Pardington
Murarka, Aayush
Nazir, Shahzad

Subject SP9 continued:
Candidate names O-S

O'Donnell, Patrick
Parmar, Vipanjeet Kaur
Richards, Gareth Huw
Rojo, Diego
Smyth, Sophie
Stroud, Ben

Subject SP9 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Thandi, Sunjeet Singh
Thomson, Jordan
Treacy, Sean Patrick
Wajs, Matthew John
Yu, Manfred Man Hoi

 

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

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  • Sessional: Impact of E-cigarettes Working Party

    Royal College of Physicians, 9 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ
    24 February 2020

    Spaces available

    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.

    Event paper access code - C8F6256C

  • Spaces available

    In this webinar, members of the PRA’s Actuarial Function and other relevant technical specialisms will draw upon their experiences to lead a discussion on how those carrying out the actuarial and other functions can best engage with each other to ensure that a complete picture is presented to the Board.

  • SIAS Event: Actuaries in Non Traditional Fields Talk 1/3

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ
    2 March 2020

    Spaces available

    "Advising funeral trusts - avoiding the pitfalls and not getting burnt" 

    In response to our members feedback, for our 2020 programme we are planning 3 talks that explore the work the actuaries do in non traditional actuarial fields. The 1st talk in the trilogy will be presented by Graeme Muir and Nigel Sloan who will cover some of the issues you might need to think about if asked to advise a funeral trust or a similar body - neither pensions nor life assurance.

  • Spaces available

    Investors globally are embracing ESG but what does this involve and can ESG be measured? Louise Dudley, Global Equity Portfolio Manager at Hermes Investment Management will outline the taxonomy often used when talking about ESG (exclusion, screening, engagement, sustainable, impact, responsible investing), talk about the importance of stewardship and engagement, and showcase evidence to the question as to whether ESG adds va

  • KSS event: How is Scotland’s population changing and what are the implications?

    New Register House, 3 West Register Street, Edinburgh
    5 March 2020

    Spaces available

    The National Records of Scotland (NRS) collects, preserves and produces information about Scotland's people and history to inform current and future generations - work that underpins the fabric of Scottish society and tells the story of our nation. This KSS talk will explore the following and other areas impacting Scotland’s changing population, and assess the potential implications of the changes:

  • Actuarial valuations to monitor defined benefit pension funding

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ
    9 March 2020

    Spaces available

    This paper addresses one of the fundamentals of actuarial practice: assessing the solvency of a defined benefit pension scheme. It is timely as The Pensions Regulator is reviewing its code of practice on funding, providing an opportunity for the actuarial profession to contribute to an important matter of public interest.

    Sessional paper access code: 56DF2B25

  • Highlights of the Life Conference 2019 - London

    America Square Conference Centre, 17, One Crosswall, America Square, London EC3N 2LB  
    11 March 2020

    Spaces available

    This event will cover the highlights from last year's Life Conference 2019 held in Dublin. The Conference Committee has reviewed session feedback and has put together a high-quality technical programme featuring the best-reviewed sessions from the conference. Book now to ensure your place.

  • Insurance Investment Roundtable (IFoA & PRA) - Register your interest

    Aviva, St Helens, 1 Undershaft, London, EC3P 3DQ
    11 March 2020

    Few spaces available

    The IFoA hosts regular roundtable meetings with the PRA on best practice in insurance investment and the application of the Prudent Person Principle, which governs insurance investment under Solvency II.

    These roundtables are organised by the IFoA’s Finance and Investment Practice Board, supporting its members with access to relevant information on industry and regulatory developments. They have been attended by a diverse group of IFoA members, including insurance CIOs and Heads of ALM, actuarial and investment consultants, insurance asset managers, and investment bankers. 

  • Insurance Investment – Prudent Person Principle & CP22/19

    Aviva, St Helens, 1 Undershaft, London, EC3P 3DQ
    11 March 2020

    Spaces available

    At this event, Alan Sheppard (Head of Insurance Policy, Bank of England) will provide insight into the PRA’s oversight of insurance investment activity and the recent Consultation Paper on the Prudent Person Principle.

    The Finance & Investment Practice Board of the IFoA has hosted regular roundtable meetings with the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) covering best practice in insurance investment and the application of the Prudent Person Principle, which governs insurance investment under Solvency II.

  • Worshipful Company of Actuaries Lecture - Mortality Myths

    George Porter Lecture Theatre B University of Leicester University Road Leicester LE1 7RH
    18 March 2020

    Spaces available

    Jointly hosted by the Worshipful Company of Actuaries (WCA) and the Leicester Actuarial Science Society (LASS).

    Stuart McDonald, Head of Demographics at Lloyds Banking Group, will give us a mortality update, dispelling a few myths along the way!

     

  • Spaces available

    The IFoA and its Social Impact Investment Working Party are delivering a webinar to introduce social impact investing and explore the role of actuaries in this growing field. The presenters will use their international experience of this significant and growing market to:

    • clarify often confusing terminology
    • describe key trends, and
    • explore the ways in which actuaries can contribute in this field.
  • Board agenda: Why Responsible Investing, ESG, and Climate Change matters to Pension Funds, Companies

    Staple Inn, 4 High Holborn, Holborn, London. WC1V 6DR, UK
    19 March 2020

    Fully booked.

    Recent years have seen ESG, Climate Change, and Responsible Investing thrust onto the corporate agenda in every boardroom. The same also be said for pension funds. Expectations of how companies should respond are high and NEDs on Boards are expected to adapt and adjust their guidance to companies accordingly. What does this mean for Actuaries serving as NEDs and Trustees?

  • KSS event: A Cashless Society- Benefits, Risks, Issues and Developments

    Deloitte, 4th Floor, Saltire Court, 20 Castle Terrace
    19 March 2020

    Spaces available

    Speaker: Iain Collier, Chair of the CSWP

    The talk will look to cover the following: Progression towards a Cashless Society • Developments home and overseas • Benefits, Risks and Issues • Crypto Currencies and Central Bank Digital Currencies.

    There will be an extended Q&A session at the end of the event.

  • Professional Skills Training - Edinburgh (19 March 2020)

    IFoA (Edinburgh), Level 2, Exchange Crescent 7 Conference Square Edinburgh EH3 8RA
    19 March 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • Spaces available

    What are the advantages of using artificial intelligence (AI) in investing? What are the differences between traditional quant and AI? This new webinar, part of a series of four webinars leading to the annual Finance & Investment Conference 2020, discusses challenges and the future of AI in the investment sector.

  • Spring Lecture 2020: Live Streaming at Staple Inn - Vicky Pryce

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1 V 7QJ
    25 March 2020

    Spaces available

    This event will be live streamed from Edinburgh. 

    The Brexit Budget: What next for the UK economy? Please join us for our annual Spring Lecture presented by Vicky Pryce in Edinburgh. Vicky is Chief Economic Adviser and a board member at the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).

  • Spring Lecture 2020: Live Streaming

    Webinar
    25 March 2020

    Spaces available

    What next in Economic Policy? Please join us on 25 March 2020 for the live stream of our annual Spring Lecture presented by Vicky Pryce in Edinburgh. Vicky is Chief Economic Adviser and a board member at the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).

  • Professional Skills Training - London (26 March 2020)

    Staple Inn, High Holborn, London WC1V 7QJ        
    26 March 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • SIAS Event: CMI Update

    Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ
    1 April 2020

    Spaces available

    Following the release of the updated CMI Mortality Projection Model, CMI_2019, the CMI Mortality Projections Committee will lead a discussion on future mortality improvements.

  • Current Issues in General Insurance (CIGI) 2020

    Hilton London Tower Bridge, 5 More London Riverside, Tooley St, London SE1 2BY
    22 April 2020

    Spaces available

    CIGI is a well-established one-day seminar designed to increase awareness and encourage discussion on a variety of topical issues across the general insurance industry. 

    There will be an excellent and diverse line-up of speakers to provide a variety of perspectives and challenge covering technical and professional areas. 

  • Professional Skills Training - Edinburgh (29 April 2020)

    IFoA (Edinburgh), Level 2, Exchange Crescent 7 Conference Square Edinburgh EH3 8RA
    29 April 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • Professional Skills Training - London (29 April 2020)

    Staple Inn, High Holborn, London WC1V 7QJ         
    29 April 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • Finance and Investment Conference 2020

    Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Pl, London NW1 4LE
    05-05 May 2020
    Spaces available

    Join us at this year’s Finance and Investment Conference in London that will focus on ESG. The environmental, social and governance (ESG) space is growing rapidly and increasingly moving centre stage. In many cases, it is now an essential part of policy and central to the way stakeholders make decisions for the long term to ensure retention of clients, manage risk better, and ensure more economically efficient and sustainable investment returns.

    ESG factors cover a wide range of areas reflecting how vital consideration of these factors are part of wider systemic risks.

  • Professional Skills Training - London (19 May 2020)

    Staple Inn, High Holborn, London WC1V 7QJ         
    19 May 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • Professional Skills Training - Edinburgh (19 May 2020)

    IFoA (Edinburgh), Level 2, Exchange Crescent 7 Conference Square Edinburgh EH3 8RA
    19 May 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • CILA 2020

    Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Pl, London NW1 4LE
    20 May 2020

    Spaces available

    CILA 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. The programme this year features a timely mix of hot topics including sessions on:

  • Protection, Health and Care Conference 2020

    The Grand Brighton, 97-99 Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 2FW
    02-03 June 2020
    Spaces available

    The Protection, Health and Care Conference is an annual conference aimed at all insurance professionals with a passion for harnessing insurance risk in their organisations.

  • Mortality and Longevity 2020

    1 Birdcage Walk, Westminster, London SW1H 9JJ
    08-08 June 2020
    Spaces available

    This highly regarded seminar will provide topical and practical updates and discussion on the latest thinking and innovations in mortality and longevity.  The program is designed for life, pensions and health and care actuaries, academics, researchers, underwriters and related practitioners eager to learn about the latest developments in mortality and longevity.  The sessions are designed to be very accessible to a broad range of exp

  • Professional Skills Training - London (10 June 2020)

    Staple Inn, High Holborn, London WC1V 7QJ       
    10 June 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • Professional Skills Training - Edinburgh (17 June 2020)

    IFoA (Edinburgh), Level 2, Exchange Crescent 7 Conference Square Edinburgh EH3 8RA
    17 June 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • Professional Skills Training - London (18 June 2020)

    Staple Inn, High Holborn, London WC1V 7QJ   
    18 June 2020

    Spaces available

    A Trusted Profession

    A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2019/2020This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Pensions, GI or any other technical discipline) and is interactive, so you should come along prepared to take part in the discussions.

  • Pensions Conference 2020

    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

    Join us at the IFoA Asia Conference 2020 at CCEC Nexus, Kuala Lumpur where intellectual thought leaders, senior industry players, opinion formers, academics, actuaries and non-actuaries from across Asia and beyond are expected to attend. This year's landmark conference promises to an exciting one as our first Asian President-elect, Tan Suee Chieh will, as newly appointed president of the IFoA, use his presidential address to highlight the two key pillars of the IFoA’s emerging strategy:

    • the reinvention of the profession in terms of its skillsets and mind-sets so that we can thrive in an increasing range of domains in a digital age;
    • the widening application of actuarial science in achieving social impact and sustainability goals.

    We are also delighted to announce that the Honourable Mr. Lim Guan Eng, Minister of Finance, Malaysia, will be the guest of honour at this year's conference.

    Early registration discount is now open until 1 March.  10% group discounts are offered to a minimum of six IFoA booking in a single transaction. This also applies to ASM members.  Limited spaces are available, so please sign-up early to avoid disappointment.