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QAS accredited organisations

These are the organisations, or parts of organisations, that hold the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' Quality Assurance Scheme (QAS) accreditation. Where a part of an organisation is noted, it is only that part that holds the accreditation.

Actuarial Partners Consulting Sdn Bhd (Group Actuarial Department)


AIA Bhd., AIA PUBLIC Takaful Bhd, AIA General Berhad

AIA

AIA Public Takaful


AIA Group Limited (Group Actuarial Function)


AIA Company Limited (Thailand Actuarial Department) 


Aon Hewitt Limited - Retirement & Investment Consulting Business

Aon Logo


Aon Singapore Centre for Innovation, Strategy & Management Pte Ltd

Aon Logo


Atkins Trustees Limited (trading as Atkin & Co)

Atkin & Co Logo


Barnett Waddingham LLP


Broadstone Corporate Benefits Limited, Broadstone Pensions Consulting Limited and Broadstone Consultants & Actuaries Limited

Broadstone


Buck Consultants Ltd

Buck Consultants logo


Capita Employee Benefits Limited & Capita Employee Benefits (Consulting) Limited

Capita Logo


Cartwright Group Limited (actuarial services)

Cartwright Group lLimited logo


Censeo (actuaries and consultants)

Cartwright Group lLimited logo


Deloitte LLP, Deloitte MCS Limited and Deloitte Total Reward & Benefits Limited – Actuarial, Reward and Analytics Function

Deloitte logo


Exactval Ltd

ExactVAL Logo


First Actuarial LLP

First actuarial


Government Actuary's Department

Government Actuary's department


H&C Consulting Actuaries LLP

H&C Consulting Actuaries logo


Hughes Price Walker Limited

Hughes Price Walker Limited logo


Hymans Robertson LLP – Investment, Actuarial Benefits and Consultancy, Risk Modelling and Consulting practices

Hymans Robertson logo


Kenbright Actuarial & Financial Services Limited


Lane Clark & Peacock LLP

Lane Clark & Peacock LLP logo


Little & Company Actuaries and Consultants Ltd


Lux Actuaries and Consultants, UAE


Mazars LLP

Mazars logo


Mercer Limited

Mercer logo


Milliman LLP & Milliman Financial Strategies Limited – Life & Financial Services Consulting; Property & Casualty Insurance Consulting; Health Consulting; and Financial Risk Management Practices

Milliman logo


Nicholas Actuarial Solutions

Nicholas Actuarial Solutions


Pensions and Actuarial Services Limited

DST Logo


Premier Pensions Management Limited – Actuarial Function

Premier logo


P-Solve Investments Limited – River and Mercantile Derivatives division

River and Mercantile Derivatives logo


OAC plc - Professional Services

OQC logo


Quantum Actuarial LLP

Quantum Advisory logo


Quattro Pensions Consulting Limited

Quattro Pensions Consulting logo


Redington Limited

Redington logo


Spence and Partners Limited

Spence and Partners Limited logo


Steve Dixon Associates llp

Steve Dixon Associates llp logo


Towers Watson Limited

Willis Towers Watson logo


XPS Pensions Group plc


Zamara Actuaries, Administrators & Consultants Limited (Actuarial Services)

 

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