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Sloan Prize winners announced

The Sloan Prize has been awarded to Nick Forrester of Hymans Robertson for what was judged to be the best contribution from the floor at the January sessional research meeting in Edinburgh: ‘Developing a framework for the use of discount rates in actuarial work’, and also to Donald Macleod from Hymans Robertson for his contribution to the Test-Achats Open Forum, held in Edinburgh in March.

The Sloan Prize is in recognition of the best spoken contribution at a sessional meeting or equivalent in Scotland by a student, an affiliate member (at the discretion of the Profession), or an actuary who has been qualified for less than 15 years. It aims to encourage actuaries of the future to contribute to discussion and debate within the professional body.