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SIAS Events

Tuesday 21 April
Programme event: Professionalism and professionalism awareness methods

Staple Inn Hall,
5:30pm for 6pm

Roger Dix, chairman of the Professionalism Awareness Committee, will give an update on some of the current developments around professionalism. This will include an update on the Actuaries’ Code. There is no need to register for this event in advance. A buffet supper will be provided at the Cittie of Yorke after the meeting.

Tuesday 12 May
Programme event The nature of the pensions “promise”
Staple Inn Hall,
5:30pm for 6pm

Brian Jones will present a paper that suggests a route to avoid or minimize many of the problems besetting defined benefit pension plans. It proposes introducing an element of flexibility into benefit design comparable to that produced by terminal bonuses in life-insurance companies (also designed to eliminate the tension between equity investment and fixed benefit commitments). There is no need to register for this event in advance. A buffet supper will be provided at the Cittie of Yorke after the meeting.

Thursday 21 May
Post-exam party 2009
Loop Bar
19 Dering Street
London

Exams are over and Summer round the corner, so what better way to celebrate than by drinking and dancing the night away at SIAS’ 80’s disco night!
Dig out all those clothes your parents used to wear... it’s time to PARTAY! Prizes will be awarded for the best dressed so be sure not miss out!
A finger buffet will be served at the start of the evening and the first few drinks will be on SIAS!

Tickets: £10 for SIAS members, £12 for non-SIAS members.
To reserve your tickets please email Nilantheny Christie ( mailto:nilantheny.christie@aig.com )
Please note that we will allocate places on a first come first served basis so be sure to reserve quickly to avoid disappointment.

Saturday 4 July 2009
Football tournament

Catford

The annual SIAS 5-a-side is back! “If history is going to repeat itself, I should think that we can expect the same thing again.” Terry Venables.