Articles - Actuarial Post Awards 2019 - The Winners

Welcome to our main Awards winners issue for 2019. Once again a big thank you to all of our readers for voting in their numbers to make this year the most voted awards since we began the awards in 2011. We need to congratulate all of our winners as the voting in every category was once again extremely close. We also need to thank our sponsors Aon Remetrica for their sponsorship of Actuary of the Year 2019 and Bolton Associates who sponsored the GI Actuary of the Year 2019.

 Actuary of the Year 2019 goes to Melanie Durrant from Barnett Waddingham. Pensions Actuary of the Year is Laura Andrikopoulos from Hymans Robertson. GI Actuary of the Year is Seema Thaper from Enstar. Life and Health Actuary of the Year is Kenny Cheng from EY. Investment Actuary of the Year goes to Niall Aitken from Royal London. Employer of the Year is Aon. Software of the Year goes to XPS’s Radar and finally Recruitment Consultant of the Year is Lance Randles from Star Actuarial Futures. I hope you enjoy reading all of their responses inside.


 Taits Modern Pensions by Fiona Tait, Technical Director, Intelligent Pensions
 Inner Workings by Tom Murray, Head of Product Strategy, LifePlus Solution, Majesco
 Pension Pillar by Dale Critchley, Policy Manager, Aviva plc
 Retirement Puzzle by Alexander White, Head of ALM Research, Redington
 Solvency II & Beyond by Kareline Daguer, Director, PwC
 Lights, Camera, Actuary... by Zoe Bolton, Bolton Associates
 Information Exchange by Paul Stacey, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions
 Plus Latest News, Movers and Shakers and City Dealings

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