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Introducing Michael Ingram – Actuary Of The Year 2020. My initial reaction was one of surprise. It’s a real honour receiving this and I am thankful to everyone who has voted and for all of the kind messages of support I have received. I have to add, my other half’s reaction was brilliant – as soon as she realised I might have to pose for a photo, she went straight for “does that mean you’ll finally let me cut your hair?”

 Michael is an Associate Director within Deloitte’s pensions advisory team with over 13 years’ experience in the pensions industry. He is known for embracing all sorts of opportunities and challenges, which has resulted in him accidently leaving the country, climbing through a bank vault in the early hours of the morning, and agreeing to lead Deloitte’s GMP Equalisation team. Career highlights include working with some truly fantastic teams, clients and other advisers and seeing not only great outcomes but also having great fun together and seeing people’s careers thrive and develop.

 See the rest of Michael's interview plus the rest of the Actuarial Post Awards 2020 winners in this edition of the Actuarial Post Magazine





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