Articles - Actuarial Post Awards 2017 - Last Day of Voting

Monday 6th November 2017 is your last chance to take part in our 2017 Actuarial Post Awards. Already we have had more votes cast than ever before with all categories still extremely close. So vote now. We would also like to thank this year’s sponsors Aon's Remetrica Team and Bolton Associates. Vote now for your short-listed nominees.

 Vote now for Actuary of the Year, GI Actuary of the Year, Employer of the Year, Pensions Actuary of the Year, Life & Health Actuary of the Year, Investment Actuary of the Year, Recruiter of the Year and Software of the Year. Voting is open through to Monday 6 November 2017, good luck to all the nominees.

 Actuary of the Year 2017
 Stephen Jones – Willis Towers Watson
 Raj Mody – PwC
 Maz Bown – Aviva
 Paul Metcalf – LCP

 GI Actuary of the Year 2017
 Hazel Beveridge – FRC
 Joseph Lo – Aspen Re
 Richard Barke – Asta
 Nick Line – Markel

 Investment Actuary of the Year 2017
 Andrew Maclaren – GAD
 Andrew Fairbank – JLT
 Fred Berry – TPR
 Nico Aspinall - B&CE

 Life & Health Actuary of the Year 2017
 Christopher Critchlow – OAC
 Anisha Shah – Aviva
 Christopher Lewis – Aviva
 Brian Tarrant – Just Retirement

 Pensions Actuary of the Year 2017
 Ryan Markham – Hymans Robertson
 Ben Fisher – Xafinity
 Owen Hewlett – Willis Towers Watson

 Software of the Year 2017
 SkyVal – PwC – Software Alliance
 ReMetrica – Aon
 RiskAgility – Willis Towers Watson

 Employer of the Year 2017
 Barnett Waddingham
 Hymans Robertson
 Willis Towers Watson

 Recruiter of the Year 2017
 Bolton Associates
 Star Actuarial Futures
 Goodman Masson
 Oliver James
 Emerald Group

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