Articles - Stars of the Future 2021 Nominations Open Now

Stars of the Future 2021 Nominations Open. Sponsored by Star Actuarial Futures. It’s vital to remember that we all started somewhere and becoming an actuary is no easy feat. We relish in acknowledging the emerging talent within the actuarial market and celebrate the ones to watch with our Stars of the Future Awards. 20+ finalists are celebrated and highlighted with three lucky winners taking home an award.



 Stars of the Future will be opening it's doors for another exciting year of nominations and voting, finding out who your Actuarial Stars of the Future are.

 After 9 years this award has grown in popularity and enjoyment. A wonderful opportunity to pause and recognise all the hard work and talent within the actuarial market.

 The winner will grace the cover of our winners magazine and two runners-up will also receive an award and all finalists are celebrated.

 Who do you think has worked exceptionally hard this year or achieved something great? Who do you think will be making an impact on the market in five years time



 Star of the Future 2020 Jill Gallagher from Hymans Robertson


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