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Determinations

Determinations are records of the decisions made by the various disciplinary panels as to whether a member has committed misconduct.

The determinations of the cases heard under the disciplinary scheme are reported below in accordance with the guidance on Publication of Determinations issued by the Disciplinary Committee. An updated Publication of Determinations Guidance Policy came into effect on 3 April 2018.

Records of decisions made by a Capacity for Membership Panel are not called determinations.  Instead, these are called outcomes.

In this section you can find links to all publishable determinations and outcomes published under these processes.

 

Disciplinary Tribunal Determinations

2021 Cases

  • Mr Mark Theaker (Resigned), Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 20 July 2021, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, on-line hearing

2020 Cases

  • Mr Chi Foong Wong (Student Member), Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 11 November 2020, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, on-line hearing 
  • Ms Katherine Watkin (lapsed member), Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 12 October 2020, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, on-line hearing.
  • Mr Norman Head, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, Readmission for Membership, 5 October 2020, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, on-line hearing.
  • Mr Mahir Alam (lapsed member), Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 27 May 2020, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, on-line hearing.
  • Mr Cheng Gang Zhu (lapsed member), Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 20 February 2020, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, Level 2 - Exchange Crescent, 7 Conference Square, Edinburgh, EH3 8RA.

2019 Cases

  • Mr Ben Loon Vernon Tan (lapsed member), Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 10 December 2019, International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU
  • Mr Wafula Wycliffe Wangamati, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 13 June 2019, International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU
  • Mr Lloyd Roger Furber, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 12 March 2019, International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU
  • Mr Varun Bhatt, Mr Neeraj Sharma and Ms Roopal Shard, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 21-22 January 2019, International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU

2018 Cases

  • Ms Anna Irina Beck Zlateva, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 21 September 2018, International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU
  • Ms Victoria Louise Jenkins, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 21 September 2018, International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU
  • Mr Robert Amos Oketch FIA, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 16-20 July 2018, International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU
  • Mr Thimmayya Kushalappa Pudiyokkada (Joined with Mr Kamlesh Suthar), Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 10 October 2018, International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU
  • Mr Kamlesh Suthar (Joined with Mr Thimmayya Kushalappa Pudiyokkada), Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, 10 October 2018, International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU

 

Adjudication Panel Determinations

2021 Cases

2020 Cases

2019 Cases

2018 Cases

Outcome of Capacity for Membership Hearings

2019 Cases

  • There are no current published outcomes.

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