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Subscriptions and practising certificate fees (all members)

Councils have agreed to increase the subscription and practising certificate fees in line with RPI. Practising certificate fees will rise from £770 to £800 from those certificates due on or after 1 September 2007.

Subscription fees from 1 October 2007 are as follows:

  • Fellows (full regulation) £690
  • Fellows (partial regulation) £342
  • Associate (full regulation) £282
  • Associate (partial regulation) £192
  • Student (UK/EU) £282
  • Student (overseas) £192
  • Affiliate £69
  • Reduced subscription (all categories) £69

Subscription policy and membership operation

Members and students should consult the members section of the profession’s website regarding policy and operational procedures. Important information such as how to apply for reduced subscription, surcharges, bankruptcy, and much more can be found at: www.actuaries.org.uk/files/pdf/members/news/subspolicy.pdf

Normally applications for reduced subscriptions should be received by the membership and certificates team in Edinburgh before 30 September. Forms can be found at: www.actuaries.org.uk/files/pdf/members/news/reducedsubsform.pdf

Remittance advice information will be sent to members during August. Receipts for all payments can now be downloaded from the members section of the website.

Any enquiries regarding membership matters should be sent to the Membership and Certificates Team, Maclaurin House, 18 Dublin Street, Edinburgh EH1 3PP, tel 0131-240 1325, email membership@actuaries.org.uk.

Certificate of eligibility for fellows and associates working outside the UK

Previous information on this was sent by email in May and in June. All applications should have been received by 9 July. Anyone who has not submitted such an application will now be required to pay the full-rate subscription. Further information can be found at: www.actuaries.org.uk/files/pdf/members/news/reducedsubs.pdf