The inaugural IFoA Conference is taking place on 22–23 June. We’re delighted to be back and look forward to welcoming you to our first in-person, cross-practice conference.
By attending in-person, you will have an opportunity to choose from two days of technical, thought-provoking sessions, as well as being able to interact with the speakers and network with peers within the exhibition area. If you can’t join us in-person, a virtual conference ticket is also available.
The theme of the conference is ‘Tomorrow’s actuary’ and through panel discussions, technical workshop sessions and plenary presentations, we will be exploring how actuarial science will contribute to some of the biggest issues of the future, and the skills needed to meet these opportunities.
Sustainability, data science and diversity, equity and inclusion all feature strongly in the programme, as do finance and investment, health and care, pensions and risk. Keynote speakers confirmed so far include: Sir Geoff Mulgan CBE, professor of collective intelligence, public policy and social innovation at University College London; Paul Johnson, director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies; and Professor Colin Mayer CBE.
Focusing on the conference theme, a panel of prominent actuaries will deliver a session entitled ‘Tomorrow’s Actuary – moving beyond traditional actuarial roles’. During this presentation you will hear how panel members have used their actuarial knowledge and expertise to diversify their careers. They will share the experiences that led them to their current roles and explain how their actuarial knowledge provided the skills their employers were looking for.
We end both days with a networking drinks reception, giving you the chance to reconnect with old friends and colleagues.
The IFoA Conference is taking place in central London. Earlybird tickets are available until 22 April.
Book at bit.ly/IFoA2022
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