The qualification of six new actuaries was celebrated at the annual dinner of the Channel Islands Actuarial Association (CIAA) at La Grande Mare Hotel.
More than 80 people attended, including members from the finance and public sectors. Guest of honour was David Hare, president of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
He described the critical role of the profession and the contribution actuaries make to society: "To have four new Fellows and two Associates is remarkable given our population and that we have less than 50 local members, including trainees. It must be a record," said Francis Kehoe, president of the CIAA. "Their success reflects commitment and discipline combined with academic achievement, as actuarial exams are renowned for being most challenging."
Mr Hare presented certificates to new Fellows Sam Langlois, Gayle Lloyd, Andy Mountford and Stacey Wilen, and Associates Carolyn Baty and Luke Mauger.