Articles - Actuarial Post Awards Winners 2022 Magazine Out Now

Introducing Amerjit Grewal – Actuary Of The Year 2022. My initial reaction was one of pure shock and delight! I was surprised to be nominated and am still in disbelief to have now won Actuary of the Year. The Actuarial Post and the award are both highly prestigious so I do see this as a career milestone. I am very grateful to everyone who took time to vote for me including colleagues from abroad. I was up against some tough competition so every vote really helped!

 Amerjit is the Deputy Chief Actuary at AEGIS London where I help my syndicate across reserving, capital and pricing. I get to work alongside underwriters, finance, risk and many other departments which makes my role extremely rewarding.

 I have always volunteered through the IFoA as it is a fantastic way to give back to the actuarial profession. This was particularly the case during recent lockdowns where I was able to work alongside actuaries from across the globe through work on HM Treasury’s Solvency II Brexit Review, ICAT and helping set up the IFoA’s Chief Actuary Forum. I have published articles in The Actuary as well as presenting at GIRO – something I hope to continue.

 My hobbies include travelling and theatre, and my weekends are currently spent on home DIY (as I recently moved house and tradesmen are difficult to find!)


 See the rest of Amerjit's interview plus the rest of the Actuarial Post Awards 2022 winners in this edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine.



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