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IFoA unveils Kalpana Shah as next president-elect

The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has announced that Kalpana Shah will serve as its next president-elect, starting her new role in June 2022, when Matt Saker will become president.

 


One-quarter of insurers describe their ESG score as ‘weak’

More than a quarter of insurance executives worldwide feel that their company has a poor environmental, social and governance (ESG) record, a survey by law firm DWF has found.


Chief actuary appointed at Concert Group Holdings

New insurance fronting business Concert Group Holdings has appointed Sam LaDuca as chief actuary. Starting April 1, LaDuca will report to Bermudian chief executive officer and founder Jonathan Reiss.


US companies facing mandatory climate risk disclosures

Publicly-listed US companies could be forced to report the climate-related impacts of their business under new plans announced by the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) this week.

IFoA calls for Government to prioritise future generations

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