Heriot-Watt earns international recognition & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest actuary news round-up…

Aon’s Ruth Murray receives Exceptional Service Award from Chartered Insurance Institute

RUTH Murray, Public Sector Client Services Director for Aon in Glasgow, has been honoured by the Chartered Insurance Institute with an Exceptional Service Award. Nominated by the council of the Insurance and Actuarial Society of Glasgow (IASG), for which she is Secretary, Ruth has been recognised for more than three decades’ voluntary service to the education and professional development of members in the local branch.

Aon appoints Actuary William Engelhardt

Aon has announced that William Engelhardt has been appointed as an associate partner in its Corporate Consulting and Member Options teams.

Milliman: Largest public pension plans’ funding ratio drops in December

The overall estimated funding ratio of the 100 largest U.S. public pension plans fell to 72.8% at the end of December due to negative market returns, according to the Milliman 100 Public Pension Funding index.

XPS appoint Dave Barratt to Risk Settlement team

XPS Pensions Group have appointed Dave Barratt as a Senior Consultant in its growing Risk Settlement team as client demand continues to rise.

Heriot-Watt earns international recognition for actuarial research and teaching

Heriot-Watt University has cemented its reputation as a leader in actuarial mathematics after being recognised by the world’s largest professional actuarial organisation.

IFoA calls for Government to prioritise future generations

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