IFOA’s first accreditation in West Africa & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

Isio announces the appointment of three new partners.

Isio, one of the UK’s largest pensions, wealth and investment advisory businesses announces three new partners, demonstrating its continued investment for future growth and expansion.

WTW predicts £80bn in pension bulk annuity and longevity swap transactions in 2024

The UK defined benefit pensions market is likely to see £80bn in pension de-risking transactions take place in 2024 as the settlement market continues to hot up following significant improvements in pension scheme funding seen in 2023.

IFOA’s first accreditation in West Africa

The University of Lagos (UNILAG) is West Africa’s first university – and the second in Africa – to gain IFoA accreditation for an actuarial course.

Topsail Re appoints Megan Burik as Actuarial Analyst

Cayman islands-based reinsurer Topsail Re has announced the appointment of Megan Burik to the role of Actuarial Analyst.

GAD throws state pension viability into question

The National Insurance Fund could be “exhausted” within 20 years, the Government Actuary’s Department (GAD) has warned.

IFoA calls for Government to prioritise future generations

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