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    Event date: 
    Monday, January 20, 2014 - 4:30pm - 7:00pm
    Events Force ID: 
    548

    Location

    Royal College of Physicians
    9 Queen Street
    EdinburghEH2 1JQUnited Kingdom

    Meet the Authors: 16.30 - 17.00

    Registration: 17.00 - 17.30

    Programme: 17.30 -19.00

    Financial repression refers to Government measures to artificially depress interest rates in order to reduce the burden of debtors, at the expense of creditors, and is typically associated with negative real yields, as seen today. The Financial Repression Working Party will present on historic precedents for governments using financial repression to liquidate their debt. We will then examine the current economic situation and debate what this means for our clients including:

    • Why would anyone buy assets with negative real yields - are pension funds and insurers overly influenced by regulation?

    • Has the main impact of unconventional monetary policies, such as QE and funding-for-lending, been to repress retail savings – and is this a good thing?

    • Are savers unfairly paying for the past excesses of borrowers?  Or is savings – rather than investment - a vice rather than a virtue?

    • What is the interaction with demographics - are low interest rates necessary to redistribute the baby-boomer’s wealth to a younger generation?

    • ”Confusion or conspiracy” – is this a deliberate strategy, or the result of an accidental interaction of monetary policy and regulation?

    For further reading please see: www.theactuary.com/features/2013/12/blights-and-boons-of-financial-repression 

    Download the presentation slides here

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Danielle Reiterbund
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Royal College of Physicians
    9 Queen Street
    EdinburghEH2 1JQ

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, January 22, 2014 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm

    Location

    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJ United Kingdom

    Refreshments will be served from 16:30

    To find out more information please click here

    Please inform us via email to karen.cross@actuaries.org.uk if you are planning to attend either of these meetings.

     

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Karen Cross
    Organiser email: 
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJ

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    Event date: 
    Tuesday, January 21, 2014 - 10:30am - 12:30pm

    Location

    ...China

    This discussion will be delivered by an experienced ALM actuary, Gary Lam (FIA) from KPMG UK. This event is suitable for all life actuaries and students who are interested in ALM modelling or have experiences in Prophet and ALM.

    The event will be held simultaneously in Beijing, Shanghai, Shengzhen, Hong Kong.  The presentation will be delivered live in Shanghai and by video conference in the other cities.

    Please book your place using the following links:

    Beijing, Book your place

    KPMG, 3rd Floor, Tower E2, Oriental Plaza, 1 East Chang An Avenue, Beijing 100738

    Shanghai,  Book your place 

    KPMG, 50th Floor, Plaza 66, 1266 Nanjing West Road, Shanghai 200040

    Shenzhen, Book your place

    KPMG,. 9th Floor, China Resources Building, 5001 Shennan East Road, Shenzhen 518001

    Hong Kong, Book your place

    VC Room, 8/F Prince's Building, 10 Chater House, Central, Hong Kong

     

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Wen Li
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    2.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    ...
    Venue region: 
    International

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    Event date: 
    Tuesday, February 11, 2014 - 8:45am - 10:00am
    Events Force ID: 
    590

    Location

    United Kingdom
    Staple Inn Hall
    LondonW1CV 7QJUnited Kingdom

    This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (ie it is not specifically aimed at Life, GI or any other technical discipline).

    Come along prepared to take part and say what you think!

    Why is professional skills training important?

    What are the principles in the Actuaries' Code (and what is the difference between acting honestly and acting with integrity)?

    What sorts of situations can arise in practice? We will watch and discuss some of the video material available on the IFoA website:
    * Let's be realistic here (Life)
    * Unknown unknowns (GI)
    * Losing the plot (general)

    This session will qualify for one hour’s Professional Skills CPD (two hours are needed annually under new rules from 1 July 2013).

    This session will be similar to that run at GIRO (October 2013) and the Life Conference (November 2013) and that to be run at the forthcoming Highlights of the Life Conference sessions (March 2014). We will also be running some different sessions using different videos in the period from March to June 2014.

    Event Timings:

    08.45 - 09.00: Registration

    09.00 - 10.00: Presentation

    Speakers:

    Neil Hilary and Patrick Cleary (members of the Professionalism Content Development Working Group)

     

     

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Steve Whalley
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    United Kingdom
    Staple Inn Hall
    LondonW1CV 7QJ

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  • 01/10/14--01:50: Member Event, Shanghai
  • Event date: 
    Tuesday, February 11, 2014 - 1:30pm - 3:00pm

    Location

    Lloyd's Insurance Company (China) Limited
    33rd Floor, Azia Center, 1233 Lujiazui Ring Road
    Pudong Shanghai 200120China

    Membership Director Memoria Lewis will be in Shanghai talking to our members about what the IFoA are doing to support you and the benefits that IFoA are providing and intend to provide in the future. Memoria would also be very keen to learn more about what our members need from us to help you in your future careers and what you value as a member already.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Wen Li
    Organiser email: 
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Lloyd's Insurance Company (China) Limited
    33rd Floor, Azia Center, 1233 Lujiazui Ring Road
    Pudong Shanghai 200120
    Venue region: 
    International

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    Event date: 
    Monday, February 17, 2014 - 4:30pm - 7:00pm
    Events Force ID: 
    www.eventsforce.net/tap/549/register

    Location

    Royal College of Physicians
    9 Queen Street
    EdinburghEH2 1JQUnited Kingdom

    Critical Illness cover is a mainstay of the UK health insurance marketplace. Credible insured experience continues to emerge for the major conditions but this does not help us to understand the minor conditions, changes in definitions over time or socio-economic variations in experience. Members of the Critical Illness Definitions and Geographical Variations Working Party will present the analysis of a dataset of seriatim NHS hospital records. Although the presentation may be of interest to actuaries who are just starting to price Critical Illness cover for the first time, we believe that experienced pricing actuaries will find its conclusions interesting.

    The presentation is based on a recently published paper which is now available.

    Speakers: Peter Banthorpe, Adele Groyer, Jennifer Loftus and Matthew Smith

    Timings:

    16.30 - 17.00: Meet the authors (optional)

    17.00 - 17.30: Registration

    17.30 - 19.00: Programme

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Event Management Division
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Royal College of Physicians
    9 Queen Street
    EdinburghEH2 1JQ
    Venue region: 
    Scotland

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  • 12/18/13--07:03: Pensions and the End Game
  • Event date: 
    Tuesday, February 18, 2014 - 9:00am - 4:30pm
    Events Force ID: 
    589
    Event papers access code: 
    End14

    Location

    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJUnited Kingdom

    THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.

    To be added to the waiting list, please email danielle.reiterbund@actuaries.org.uk 

    Why attend?

    Removing risk and progressing towards the end of a pension scheme’s journey can be a technical and time-consuming business for companies and scheme trustees. On occasion, the end of the pension scheme can be outside of the trustees’ control and entry to the Pension Protection Fund becomes inevitable. In any case, as pensions actuaries, our clients and/or employers look to us for guidance.

    This seminar will present a variety of views from industry experts on the end game, looking at past experience through case studies and considering possible future developments.

    Who should attend?

    This seminar will appeal to all pensions actuaries.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Danielle Reiterbund
    CPD hours: 
    5.50 hours
    Costs
    Member price [new]: 
    345.00 GBP
    Non-member price [NEW]: 
    445.00 GBP
    Member price: 
    345.00
    Non-member price: 
    445.00
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJ
    Venue region: 
    South England
    Booking form: 

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  • 02/04/14--03:50: Limits to Growth
  • Event date: 
    Tuesday, February 18, 2014 - 5:00pm - 7:30pm

    Location

    Hymans Robertson
    20 Waterloo Street
    GlasgowG2 6DBUnited Kingdom

    Speaker: Simon Jones, Senior Investment Consultant, Hymans Robertson

    Economic growth has received significantly more attention globally over the last few years. While traditional growth has been very visible though the consumption of resources, the resources required to sustain the current level of economic growth may not be available over the next decades. Contraints on available resources, and any associated political interventions, may limit global economic growth over the upcoming decades.

    The IFoA commissioned research on this topic. "Resource constraints: sharing a finite world. Implications of limits to growth", was published in 2013 and covers the consequences of Limits to Growth in the broadest context. Its findings are relevant to the work of actuaries in every technical discipline. The presentation will highlight some of the evidence presented in the report and the implications for actuaries. 

    Simon Jones is a Senior Investment Consultant with Hymans Robertson LLP and a member of the IFoA's newly formed Resource and Environment Board.

    If you would like to attend this event please contact Michael Wood (michael.wood2@kpmg.co.uk)  to book a place.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Michael Wood
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Hymans Robertson
    20 Waterloo Street
    GlasgowG2 6DB

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, February 19, 2014 - 8:15am - 9:30am
    Events Force ID: 
    605

    Location

    United Kingdom
    18 Dublin Street, Maclaurin House
    EdinburghEH1 3PPUnited Kingdom

    This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Life, Pensions or any other technical discipline).

    Come along prepared to take part and say what you think!

    Why is professional skills training important?

    What are the principles in the Actuaries' Code (and what is the difference between acting honestly and acting with integrity)?

    What sorts of situations can arise in practice? We will watch and discuss some of the video material available on the IFoA website:

    • Let's be realistic here (Life)
    • Looking after one of your own (Pensions)
    • Losing the plot (General)

    This session will qualify for one hour’s Professional Skills CPD (two hours are needed annually under new rules from 1 July 2013).

    This session will be similar to that run at GIRO (October 201f3) and the Life Conference (November 2013) and that to be run at the forthcoming Highlights of the Life Conference sessions (March 2014). We will also be running some different sessions using different videos in the period from March to June 2014.

    Event Timings

    08.15 - 08.30: Registration

    08.30 - 09.30: Presentation

    Speaker: Neil Hilary, Education Actuary

     

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Steve Whalley
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    United Kingdom
    18 Dublin Street, Maclaurin House
    EdinburghEH1 3PP

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 8:30am - 10:00am

    Location

    Royal College of Physicians
    9 Queen Street
    EdinburghEH2 1JQUnited Kingdom

    Registration: 08.30 - 09.00

    Programme: 09.00 - 10.00

    Trilogue agreement on the Long Term Guarantee package in early December 2013, in conjunction with the reset go live date for the Solvency II Directive of 1 January 2016 contained in Quick Fix 2, has put Solvency II back on the regulatory agenda for insurers. 

    Peter Heffernan and Scott McNeill (PwC) will provide an overview of key timeline and key challenges and explore the implications of the main components of the long term guarantee package for insurers.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Petrina Parnell
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Royal College of Physicians
    9 Queen Street
    EdinburghEH2 1JQ
    Venue region: 
    Scotland

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm

    Location

    Prudential
    Craigforth
    StirlingFK9 4UEUnited Kingdom

    Introduction: Martin Potter, Leader of the Scottish Board, IFoA

    Speakers: Prof David Bell, University of Stirling and Dr Angus Armstrong, National Institute of Economic and Social Research

    Event Timings

    Registration and refreshments: 17.00 -17.30

    Start: 17.30

    Close: 19.00

    To book your place please email Stephen Cunningham.(stephen.cunningham@prudential.co.uk)

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Stephen Cunningham
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Prudential
    Craigforth
    StirlingFK9 4UE

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm

    Location

    Gateley
    98 King Street, Ship Canal House
    ManchesterM2 4WUUnited Kingdom

    Speakers: Malcolm Slee (Aviva) and Patrick Cleary (PRA)

    Come along and prepare to take part and say what you think!

    • Why is professional skills training important?
    • What are the principles in the Actuaries' Code (and what is the difference between acting honestly and acting with integrity)?
    • What sort of situations can arise in parctice?

    We will watch and discuss some video material available on the IFoA website:

    • Let's be realistic here (Life)
    • Unknown unknowns (GI)
    • Losing the plot (general) 

    This meeting is suitable for actuarial members working in any area (i.e. it is not specifically aimed at Life, GI or any other technical discipline.
    This session will qualify for one hour's Professional Skills CPD (two hours are needed annually under new rules from 1 July 2013 for most members)

    If you would like to attend this meeting please contact Oliver Smith (oliver.p.smith@uk.pwc.com) by 10 February 2014 to book a place.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Oliver Smith
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Gateley
    98 King Street, Ship Canal House
    ManchesterM2 4WU

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    Event date: 
    Monday, February 24, 2014 - 4:30pm - 7:00pm
    Events Force ID: 
    588

    Location

    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJUnited Kingdom

    Agenda: 

    Meet the authors: 16:30-17:00

    Registration: 17:00-17:30

    Programme: 17:30-19:00

    Chair:

    Elliot Varnell, Millman

    Speakers:

    Chris Hursey, Matthew Cocke, Parit Jakhria, Cassandra Hannibal (Proxy Modelling Working Party)

    A pdf of the working paper will be available to download before the meeting.  A limited number of hard copy papers will be available at registration.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Steve Whalley
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Staple Inn Hall
    High Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJ

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, February 19, 2014 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm

    Location

    Staple Inn
    Hight Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJUnited Kingdom

    This is to inform members that the IFoA's Finance and Investment Board are sponsoring this event specifically aimed at promoting discussion of how actuaries can pursue a career path towards becoming CIOs.

    The format will be an informal discussion with people drawn predominantly from actuaries who already work in CIO or similar roles across different types of firm (e.g. Insurance Companies, Pension Funds, Asset Managers, Investment Consultancies and Retail Wealth Management firms).

    Attendees will be invited to share their thoughts on what it takes to succeed as a CIO and how to navigate their career path to become a CIO. But also more importantly will be invited to engage with this Finance and Investment Boards' initiative to promote more actuaries in becoming CIOs.

    The idea is to both publicise this career path to our members, but also to showcase to employers how the actuarial skillset is very well suited to filling the role of a CIO. Thus enabling the IFoA raise the profile of CIO's.

    This event is by invitation only. Please note that following this event, members will be updated on the outcome.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Chantal Voisin
    Organiser email: 
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Staple Inn
    Hight Holborn
    LondonWC1V 7QJ

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    Event date: 
    Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

    Location

    TBC, LeedsLS1United Kingdom

    SAVE THE DATE

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Yorkshire Actuarial Society
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    TBC, LeedsLS1

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    Event date: 
    Wednesday, March 19, 2014 - 5:15pm - 7:30pm
    Events Force ID: 
    615

    Location

    United Kingdom
    Staple Inn Hall
    LondonWC1V 7QJUnited Kingdom

    This session is suitable for actuaries working in any area (ie it is not specifically aimed at Life, GI or any other technical discipline).

    Come along prepared to take part and say what you think!

    Why is professional skills training important?

    What are the principles in the Actuaries' Code? What is the difference between acting honestly and acting with integrity? What do we mean by acting with competence and care?

    Why do people sometimes make poor decisions and what can we do about it?

    What sorts of situations can arise in practice? We will watch and discuss some of the video material available on the IFoA website:

    * Let's be realistic here (Life)
    * Unknown unknowns (GI)
    * Losing the plot (general)
    * What’s my line? (GI)
    * Looking after one of your own (Pensions)
    * Careless whispers (Life)

    This session will qualify for two hours of Professional Skills CPD (two hours are needed annually under new rules from 1 July 2013).

    This session is made up of a combination of the material from the London sessions of 11 February 2014 and 2 April 2014. It contains the video material used at GIRO (October 2013), the Life Conference (November 2013) and the Highlights of the Life Conference sessions (March/April 2014).

    Event Timings:
    17:15 – 17:30 : Registration
    17:30 – 19:30 : Presentation

    Speakers:
    Patrick Cleary, Kes Govender and Neil Hilary (members of the Professionalism Content Development Working Group)

     

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Steve Whalley
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    2.00 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    United Kingdom
    Staple Inn Hall
    LondonWC1V 7QJ

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    Event date: 
    Thursday, March 20, 2014 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    Location

    The Hub
    348-350 Castlehill
    Edinburgh EH1 2NE United Kingdom

    This event is now fully booked.  If you would like your name to be placed on the waiting list please email petrina.parnell@actuaries.org.uk.

    Why attend:

    Scotland becoming an independent country would have a significant impact on financial services, including pensions and insurance, the regulation of the sector and its future growth. Whether a referendum results in an independent Scotland or not, it is important that discussion about how change could affect Scotland takes place. IFoA is therefore pleased to organise a public debate on the implications of Scottish independence for financial services in Scotland and across the UK. We are delighted to announce a distinguished panel of speakers:

    • Chair: Bill Jamieson, The Scotsman
    • Rt Hon Alistair Carmichael MP, Secretary of State for Scotland
    • Gregg McClymont MP, Shadow Pensions Minister
    • Rachel Homes, Chartered Accountant and University Lecturer in Taxation, Accountancy and Finance, Member of Business for Scotland
    • John Swinney MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Employment and Sustainable Growth, Scottish Government

    Who should attend?

    This is a free event and we welcome all who are interested in the topic to register to attend. The topic of discussion will be important for all actuaries and those working across financial services and the wider business community. We also welcome guests from other sectors of the economy and members of the public who are interested to hear the views of our distinguished panel of speakers.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Petrina Parnell
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    The Hub
    348-350 Castlehill
    Edinburgh EH1 2NE
    Brochure attachment: 

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    Event date: 
    Monday, March 24, 2014 - 4:30pm - 8:00pm
    Events Force ID: 
    587
    Event papers access code: 
    sessional2402

    Location

    United Kingdom
    Staple Inn Hall
    LondonW1CV 7QJUnited Kingdom

    Agenda:

    16:30-17:00 Meet the project team

    17:00-17:30 Registration

    17:30-19:00 Programme

    19.00 - 20.00 Drinks reception

    Opening Remarks: Stefan Dercon, Chief Economist, DFID

    Co-Chairs:

    • Dermot Grenham, Chief Actuary of Insurance and Social Security, Government Actuary's Department
    • Michel Noel, Service Line Manager, Non-Bank Financial Institutions, the World Bank

    Speaker:

    Daniel Clarke, Senior Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance Specialist, the World Bank.

    Panel discussion:

    • Robert Muir-Wood, Chief Research Officer, Risk Management Solutions
    • David Bevan, Emeritus Fellow, St John’s College, University of Oxford
    • Charlotte Benson, Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist, Asian Development Bank

    The Problem:

    The frequency and severity of humanitarian disasters is expected to continue to grow in the coming years and at an accelerated pace. The impacts of disasters are far and wide, particularly in developing countries where financial markets and social safety net systems are less developed.  Traditional mechanisms for risk management, such as selling assets at firesale prices, limiting caloric intake, and taking children out of school, can have long term consequences for livelihoods and economic growth.  Developing country governments recognize that they have a responsibility to prepare for potential disasters but are increasingly asking questions like: Do governments get the most value for money investing in disaster reduction or financial protection?  How should governments decide what their contingent liability to disasters is?  What are the financial costs of preparing to do more in the aftermath of a disaster relative to the humanitarian and economic benefits?  What role should budgetary and financial instruments like sovereign disaster reserve funds, lines of contingent credit, or market-based risk transfer products play in sovereign risk financing?

    The Event:

    To answer such questions the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the World Bank (WB) and the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) has assembled a team of actuaries, GI specialists and academics for a three-year project to better understand the impact and efficiency of different financial protection strategies.  Bringing in specialists from development economics, public finance, micro and macroeconomics, and disaster risk modelling, this event will explain why the problem is fundamentally actuarial, how it is being approached, and will go on to present the findings from the conceptual phase of the project.

    For more information about the project please see the project 2-pager, and recent New York Times article.

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Steve Whalley
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Free
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    United Kingdom
    Staple Inn Hall
    LondonW1CV 7QJ

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    Event date: 
    Tuesday, March 25, 2014 - 8:30am - 10:30am

    Location

    Royal College of Physicians
    9 Queen Street
    Edinburgh EH2 1JQ United Kingdom

    Registration: 08.30 - 09.00

    Programme: 09.00 - 10.30

    This OCF session explores the attributes and challenges of leadership in the context of personal and professional change. Led by Russell Borland and Thomas Chalmers of Leading Figures, this interative session will draw on the experience of actuaries and other professionals who have succeeded in recognising and embracing change as an essential component of their career progression.

    During the session, Fraser Smart will share his personal leadership journey, describing his advancement from graduate to actuary to Managing Director of Buck Consultants. In addition, Russell will present the findings of his research into the characteristics of leadership across the broader finance and professional services sectors - the criteria applied, the challenges faced by individuals and the techniques used by individuals in effecting positive, personal change

    General information
    Organiser: 
    Niki Park
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    1.50 hours
    Costs
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    Royal College of Physicians
    9 Queen Street
    Edinburgh EH2 1JQ

    0 0

    Event date: 
    Tuesday, March 25, 2014 - 9:00am - 4:45pm
    Events Force ID: 
    598
    Event papers access code: 
    London14

    Location

    De Vere - West One
    9-10 Portland Place
    LondonW1B 1PRUnited Kingdom

    Plenary Sessions will include:

    • Do defined ambition schemes have longevity? An analysis of how defined ambition will survive the test of time
    • 'What's hot in the regulatory world'
    • Current issues in investment
    • Experian and changes to the PPF risk measure
    • Legal developments in pensions
    • What makes a good buy-in transaction?
    General information
    Organiser: 
    Chantal Voisin
    Organiser email: 
    CPD hours: 
    5.50 hours
    Costs
    Member price [new]: 
    345.00 GBP
    Non-member price [NEW]: 
    445.00 GBP
    Free of charge: 
    Show amount
    Venue details
    Venue: 
    De Vere - West One
    9-10 Portland Place
    LondonW1B 1PR
    Venue description: 

    Just five minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus tube (Central, Victoria and Bakerloo), Bond street (Jubilee) and a 10 minute walk from Great Portland Street tube (Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan) and Marlyebone station.

    Venue region: 
    South England

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