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The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) came into being on 1 August 2010.
It is the UK's only chartered professional body dedicated to educating, developing and regulating actuaries based both in the UK and internationally.
Finance & Investment Board update December 2022 Bradley Shearer shares an update on the IFoA F&I Board’s activities Our Finance & Investment Board met virtually once again on Thursday 1st December. One of the aspects I love about the Board is how diverse and broad it is, covering Finance and Investments, the Banking community, and the Economics and Non-Executive Director (NED) MIGs. Our members are based around the world, and many of us have roles in other IFoA communities too.
Health & Care Board update – December 2022 Scott Reid, Health & Care Board Deputy Chair, provides an update.
Joshua Waters, Chair of the Life Standards and Consultations Sub-committee, provides an update on the IFoA Life Board activities.
Peter Tompkins provides an update from the latest board meeting The Risk Management board is responsible for developing and delivering the value of IFoA membership, for actuaries who work in risk management practice or who want to know about this field. The board recently met on 14 December. We welcomed two new members, Andrea Egan from London and Elena Papadopoulou from Cyprus. Our Purposes
Management of closed-with-profits funds The Management of closed with-profits funds working party presented at the 2022 Life Conference in Liverpool. Co-presenters Ben Stroud, Sally Butters and Dan Diggins presented a sample of their findings from a survey covering 60 closed with-profits funds across 16 firms, with a view to sharing examples of good practice and making recommendations that can support the management of the run-off of closed funds for the benefit of with-profits customers.