Articles - Nick Salter to become IFoA President-elect for 2013/14


 The Council of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has elected Barnett Waddingham senior partner and co-founder, Nick Salter to be its President-elect. Nick Salter will take up his position on 24 June 2013 when David Hare becomes President and current President, Philip Scott, becomes Immediate Past President.

 Nick has been an active volunteer within the IFoA for a number of years in roles ranging from Assistant Examiner, to Chairman of the Member Support Executive Committee. Nick was elected to the Council of the combined body in 2011 having served on the Council of the Institute of Actuaries from 2004 – 2010 and is currently on the Court of the Worshipful Company of Actuaries.

 Commenting on his appointment, Nick Salter said:

  “I am honoured to have been elected to the leadership team and look forward to representing and championing the interests of our members and the profession.

 “The environment in which we operate has changed enormously in recent years and we have adapted well to those changes. My priority will be to build on the excellent work of my predecessors and ensure that the IFoA remains connected with its membership and in step with the changing global demands on actuaries.”

 Philip Scott, President of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries said:

  “I congratulate Nick on becoming the next President-elect. As an ambassador for the IFoA, Nick brings a wealth of invaluable knowledge, experience and expertise, and I look forward to working with him as part of the leadership team.”

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