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David Hare Institute and Faculty of Actuaries President-elect for 2012-2013

 The Council of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries has elected David Hare to be its President-elect. Dr Hare will take this position on 25 June 2012 when Philip Scott becomes President and current President, Jane Curtis, becomes Immediate Past-President.
 
 A specialist in life insurance, Dr Hare is shortly to become a partner with Deloitte following a career with Scottish Mutual, Abbey National and, latterly, Standard Life.
 
 Dr Hare has a considerable track record of volunteering with the Profession. He was a member of the Faculty of Actuaries Council from 2001-2010 and Vice-President from 2009-2010, and is an active member of the Life community as both a member and former chair of the Life Practice Executive Committee. He is also a non-executive member of the independent Board for Actuarial Standards established by the Financial Reporting Council.
 Jane Curtis, President of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries said: “I am very pleased to see David elected to this position. His experience, both in his professional capacity and as a tireless volunteer have already made him a valuable asset to our Profession. This, along with his enthusiasm and ever-present good humour will make him a first class ambassador for the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.”
 
 Philip Scott, current President-elect said: “With the election of David as President-elect, we now have the full presidential team in place for my term of office as President. I am looking forward to working with David and am delighted to see a candidate of his calibre stepping forward to lead our Profession.”
 
 David Hare said: “I qualified in 1988, never dreaming that 25 years later, I would be leading our Profession. I am honoured to have been elected and look forward to working alongside Philip and Jane as we continue to build a profession that is fit for the needs and aspirations of our members.”
  

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