It is not compulsory for members to comply with this material. In accordance with the Actuaries’ Code, IFoA members are expected to demonstrate the highest standard of professional conduct. In order to do so, members should comply with ethical standards to ensure that the trust placed in members by users/employers/other stakeholders continues to be justified.
In order to assist members to comply with such obligations, and to build on the requirements set out in the Actuaries’ Code, the IFoA has produced the following non-mandatory guidance:
|Acting as Non-Executive Directors||
|Actuarial Software and Calculations - Professional Responsibilities|
|The Actuaries' Code - Guidance to support the principles and amplifications in the Actuaries’ Code|
|Actuary as an Expert in Legal Proceedings||
|Applying Standards to Actuarial Work|
|Compensation for Professional Shortcomings|
|Conflicts of Interest||
|Data Science Ethics|
|Designated Professional Bodies (DPB)|
|Ethical and Professional Data Science|
|Memoranda of Understanding|
|Review of Actuarial Work|
|Risks of Derivative Exposures|
|Technical Actuarial Standard (TAS) 100|
|Transition from APS P2 to APS X2|
|Whistleblowing and Speaking Up||
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