Articles - Fiona Morrison is new President-elect for the IFoA


 The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries announced that Fiona Morrison, Partner at Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP), has been elected as the next President-elect of the IFoA. Fiona will become President-elect in June 2014, when Nick Salter becomes the new President of the IFoA taking over from David Hare. She will take on the role of President in June 2015.

 Fiona joined LCP straight from graduating in Mathematics at Selwyn College, Cambridge in 1979 and became a partner of LCP in 1984. At LCP she concentrates on UK pensions and chairs the Professional Committee responsible for all decisions and policies of a professional nature.

 Commenting on the appointment, David Hare, current President, said: "I am pleased to announce that the IFoA’s Council has voted Fiona Morrison as the President-elect. Fiona has been an active volunteer at the IFoA for many years and I am delighted that she will help lead the organisation, building on the solid foundations that have been laid before her."

 Derek Cribb, CEO of the IFoA said: “I am delighted that Fiona has been selected for this role by her peers, and I look forward to continuing to build a strong and effective partnership between the executive and Fiona that draws on her experience to help deliver our strategy."

 Fiona Morrison said: "I feel honoured and privileged to be given this opportunity by the Council. I look forward to working with our members across the globe to ensure that we continue to meet their professional needs, and maintain our reputation as a high quality, public interest professional body.”
 
 Nick Salter, the current President-elect said: “I am delighted that Fiona has been elected to follow me as President of the IFoA. I have known Fiona for a long time and really look forward to working with her over the next two years.”

 Fiona has been an active volunteer with the IFoA for many years, holding positions on the Council and the Regulation Board, which is responsible for the IFoA’s professional and ethical standards. She is also a Court Assistant of the Worshipful Company of Actuaries.
  

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