The QAS Sub-Committee acts on behalf of the Regulation Board to determine applications for QAS accreditation and to monitor those accreditations once awarded. The full responsibilities of the QAS Sub-Committee are set out in the Terms of Reference.
QAS Sub-Committee members include lay people and a balanced representation of volunteers’ member from different industries and countries where the QAS operates. Please see more information in the QAS Sub-Committe Member Biographies.
The purpose of the QAS Sub-Committee is to:
- Review and approve QAS applications
- Review and note Annual Return applications
- Review and approve Senior Quality Assurance Representative (SQAR) nominations
The QAS Sub-Committee meets quarterly and has a lay Chair.
Sub-Committee members include lay people and a balanced representation of member volunteers from different practice areas.
- Victor Olowe, Lay Chair
- Iain McGrory, Lay Member
- Helen Brown, Lay Member
- Alison Carr, Lay Member
- Chan Tze Leong
- Douglas Green
- Ruth Thomas
- Alison Carr
- Katie Wood, Quality Assurance Scheme Manager
- Emma Gilpin, Head of Regulatory Policy
- Ben Kemp, Director, General Counsel
The QAS Sub-Committee meets quarterly with a follow-up conference call to finalise any decisions. The next scheduled quarterly meetings are:
- 25 March 2021
- 16 June 2021
- 23 September 2021
- 06 December 2021
APS QA1 professional standard and QAS Handbook
- 26 July 2021
Quality Assurance Scheme
QAS Team, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, Level 2 Exchange Crescent, 7 Conference Square, Edinburgh, EH3 8RA
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