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IACA Webinar: The Role of Actuaries in Public PolicyFeed RSS

Corsi di Formazione - 11/10/2017


IACA Webinar: The Role of Actuaries in Public Policy


Registration is now open! This one is free!

Join us on Tuesday 24 October 2017

10:00 - 11:30am EDT


Hosted by the International Association of Consulting Actuaries (IACA) and the IAA Public Policy Task Force, this webinar will examine the meaning of public policy as it relates to the actuarial profession.

The webinar will feature examples of recent involvement by actuaries in the development and implementation of public policy, and will seek to identify potential target audiences.

Goals of the profession and its current image and desired image will be put under the spotlight.

The webinar will also address the challenges for actuaries striving to make an impact in the development of public policy.

Please join us for this webinar with an international panel, and an international audience!





Bob Beuerlein (American Academy of Actuaries)


Bob Beuerlein has over 35 years' experience as an actuary, which includes and a long track record of service with the American Academy of Actuaries, where he has served on the Board of Directors, the Strategic Planning Committee, the Committee on IAA Coordination, the Council on Professionalism, and the Committee on Life Insurance Financial Reporting.

He has also served on the Actuarial Standards Board's Life Committee, and is a former president of the Society of Actuaries.

Bob is currently the President of the American Academy of Actuaries.

David Fairs, BSc, FIA, FIMA, FRSA, ASA, C Math (KPMG)


David Fairs is a senior adviser in the pensions practice on the design, management and communication of pension benefits. He has worked with HM Treasury on pension and tax policy, and has advised the DwP on consolidation of defined benefit schemes, recently addressed in the Pension Green Paper.

He is a founding Chairman of the Joint Industry Forum for Workplace Pensions, former Chairman of the Double Century Club, and Immediate Past Chairman of the Association of Consulting Actuaries.

David is a past member of the Pension Regulators Advisory Panel, the Society of Pension Consultants and the Presidents' Forum and Council of the International Actuarial Association.

David is a Committee member of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, Chairman of the Actuaries Club, and an Advisory Board Member to the Department of Mathematics at Essex University.

Niel Fourie (Actuarial Society of South Africa (ASSA))

Niel has been working as a Consulting Actuary in South Africa and Namibia over the last decade. He is a registered pension fund valuator and was one of the first South Africans to obtain the CERA qualification.

Niel began his career at Jacques Malan Consultants & Actuaries. In 2012, he joined the Actuarial Society of South Africa as Public Policy Actuary, where he is currently responsible for stakeholder engagement, media & PR, and various technical committees.

Niel is also involved in several business ventures, which satisfy his entrepreneurial appetite.





Tim Vieyra (Comotion Business Solutions)

Ti Vieyra is an actuary with varied experience in the life, short term, investments, social security and medical scheme environments - principally in product and business development functions. In 2013, Tim left the corporate world to start Comotion, a technology company focused on solving business problems across industries.

Tim retains a key interest in Public Policy issues, in particular the effect of public policy on broad prosperity.  This includes a co-authored a paper for the Actuarial Society of South Africa on the South African Medical Funding industry entitled "Neither here nor there: the South African medical scheme industry in limbo", which won the prize for the best paper.




This webinar is free! To register, click here.

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