Pass list published: 17 November 2016
Result letter with your mark available on: 18 November 2016
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|Module 1||Module 3|
The pass mark for Module 0 was 65
One hundred and five presented themselves and sixty-one passed, namely:
Ribeiro Da Conceicao, Claudia
Singh Chhatwal, Bhupender
The pass mark for Module 1 was 63
Sixty-three presented themselves and forty passed, namely:
De Graaf, Kurt
Soromenho Pinto, Fábio
The pass mark for Module 2 was 64
Forty-six presented themselves and twenty-nine passed, namely:
Candidate names A-Z
Lim Yin Yu, Michelle
The pass mark for Module 3 was 66
Twenty-two presented themselves and sixteen passed, namely:
Candidate names A-Z
Haji Zolkepli, Haji
Maduranga Lakmal, Hewa
The pass mark for Module 4 was 65
Twenty-three presented themselves and seventeen passed, namely:
Candidate names A-Z
Pg Hj Ismail, Dk
By Order of the Council
Luke Hatter, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
17 November 2016
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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.
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The cost of pensions is a regular source of debate. But how should pensions be valued? And how has this value changed over times? Paul Sweeting will discuss how these questions can be answered, and their relevance to the current pensions issues.
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A 2 hour CPD event designed to meet the IFoA’s Stage 3 Professional Skills Training under the IFoA’s CPD Scheme 2018/2019. This 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.
Data Visualisation helps to communicate information clearly and effectively through graphical means. This talk will showcase some visualisations that the working party has found useful for common actuarial situations. To book you place please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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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.
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In collaboration with the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, IEMA is delighted to host this important Webinar. This is an opportunity to hear first-hand from Steve Waygood, an industry leader and member of the TCFD, and from two leading practitioners from the environmental sustainability and actuarial professions.
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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.
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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.
This talk will discuss the various methods available for equalising GMP, key considerations and actions for both Trustees and Companies, and a discussion of some of the associated legal issues. To register please email Sarah.Dawes@KPMG.co.uk
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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.
Covering current topics and industry trends, the conference also includes a pre-conference evening dinner (18 June) giving you the opportunity to develop your network.
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.