Articles - Five Days remain before the nomination window slams shut


One more week remains before this years Actuarial Post Awards nomination window slams shut on Friday 8th October 2021. Nominations have been pouring in but it's not too late to nominate someone you think is worthy of winning one of our awards. So nominate now as we continue to celebrate and reward the talent and achievements of individuals in the actuarial arena. With 8 awards to be won, make your nominations now for your colleagues, employees and team.

 Actuarial Post Awards 2021
 Nominations Close 08/10/2021

  

 We would like to thank our sponsors who continue to support the awards, Aon’s ReMetrica team, Bolton Associates and Star Actuarial Futures.

 Who will be crowned this year's Actuary of the Year? Make your nominations for each category and check back for who makes it to the shortlist, Will it be your nominee?
  

 
  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  
  
  
 The 2020 Actuarial Post Awards Winners. Actuary of the Year 2020 Michael Ingram from Deloitte and Stars of the Future 2020 winner was Jill Gallagher from Hymans Robertson
 

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