Articles - Stars of the Future 2018 - Nominations Now Open


Stars of the Future 2018 nominations are now open!
We are delighted to announce that nominations are now open for Stars of the Future 2018 awards, sponsored by Star Actuarial Futures. Nominations will be open for one month before short-listing and voting. Nominate your colleagues now!

 Stars of the Future, recognises the new up and coming talent emerging within the actuarial industry. After a month of nominating, the candidates with the most nominations are short-listed, voting then opens. All short-listed nominees will be recognised in the Stars of the Future issue of our magazine, out in November. Featuring interviews with the top 3 candidates, and the winner appearing on the front cover. Nominations are now open for the 2018 Stars of the Future Award.

 On August 3rd the Actuarial Post Awards open, there are eight awards, including the coveted Actuary of the Year. A month of nominations is followed by the release of 3/4 nominees short-listed for a round of voting. The winners are then announced in the December issue of Actuarial Post featuring interviews with all the winners.

 Click below to go to the nomination form

 

 Stars of the Future
 Nominations Now Open

 Nominate your friends, staff and colleagues.
  

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