Heriot Watt's Students' Actuarial Society
(SAS) held its annual conference on Wednesday 12 February. The SAS Conference is a unique opportunity for those who wish to gain an insight into the field of actuarial work. It is attended by students, qualified actuaries working in the industry and prominent academics.
The theme of this year's conference was 'Resistance', aptly referring to the numerous new challenges faced by the modern actuary. The director of the conference, Reshan Sivasamy, introduced each of the speakers. The vice-president of SAS, Ben Bailey-Conlon, opened the conference with a speech reflecting on the wide range of successful events and social activities organised by the SAS.
The president of SAS, Dean Robinson,
gave a closing speech.
There were over 100 students in attendance, marking the continued success the event has in generating interest from students. Overall, it was another very well-executed conference.
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