IFoA appoints new president-elect & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest actuary news round-up…

IFoA appoints new president-elect

The IFoA’s next president-elect is to be Kartina Tahir Thomson, it was announced this week.

MetLife Names Bryan Boudreau New Global Chief Actuary

MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET) announced that Bryan Boudreau has been named executive vice president and Global Chief Actuary, effective May 11, 2023. Boudreau will report to Chief Financial Officer John McCallion. In this role, Boudreau will lead a global team that uses valuations, experience studies, pricing, modeling, asset and liability management and other actuarial functions to ensure MetLife meets its obligations to customers and shareholders.

The Actuarial Foundation Announces the Finalists for the 2023 Modeling the Future Challenge

The Actuarial Foundation is proud to announce the finalists in the 2022-2023 Modeling the Future Challenge, a national scholarship competition giving  high school students the opportunity to predict the future and solve world problems. Student participants in the Challenge take on the role of aspiring actuaries by completing a math modeling project and presenting their research to a panel of actuary judges for an opportunity to win up to $55,000 in scholarship awards.

Regulators welcome the updated Green Finance Strategy

In a joint statement, the FCA, the FRC, the BoE and the TPR have welcomed the Government’s updated Green Finance Strategy.

Allianz extends partnership with FC Bayern and launches financial coaching offer for female athletes

Allianz has enjoyed a trustworthy partnership with FC Bayern for more than 20 years. It encompasses, extending from the naming of the Allianz Arena,  to the men’s, women’s and youth teams, and increasingly covers into digital and social media. The performance of the teams on the pitch and the interest of fans around the world has significantly contributed to the Allianz’ rise to #1 insurance brand globally adding emotion and sympathy. Allianz will extend this partnership with the German record champion for a further ten years from the 23/24 season until 2033. To coincide with this the company is launching a new financial coaching service called “Ready Coach,” designed to give young professional female athletes greater financial literacy and confidence in financial dealings.

IFoA calls for Government to prioritise future generations

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