Articles - Actuarial Post Awards 2012


 Actuarial Post, the leading digital publication for the Actuarial Community, is delighted to announce the launch of the first annual Actuarial Awards. Launched today, the Actuarial Post Awards 2012 aims to celebrate members of the global actuarial community and the areas of work they succeed and participate in.

 The awards have two stages, first up is the nomination period, followed by voting on the shortlist. The opening period will run for 8 weeks, closing on the 13th August. The nominations will then be collected and the voting will open on the potential winners from the 14th August.
 
 The 2012 Actuarial Post Awards features 10 categories;
 
 • Actuary of the Year
 • Actuarial Employer of the Year
 • Actuarial Recruiter of the Year
 • Actuarial Software of the Year
 • Top 30 Under 30
 • Champion of Social Media
 • Pensions Actuary of the Year
 • Life Actuary of the Year
 • GI Actuary of the Year
 • Investment Actuary of the Year
 
 So join Actuarial Post and celebrate the success of members in the Actuarial Community and cast your nomination today!
  

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