Articles - Top 30 Under 30- Sponsored by Star Actuarial Futures


Actuarial Post proudly presents the Top 30 Under 30 actuarial professionals from around the globe. This Actuarial Post Award category received an amazing response, with over 1000 votes alone, and each nominee has been voted for by their peers in celebration of their actuarial achievements and accomplishments. The AP team would like to congratulate all individuals who appear in this Top 30 list; your peers have nominated you due to your hard work, effort and your conscientious study. Well done and congratulations!

 Louis Manson, Managing Director, Star Actuarial Futures said:

 "These awards provide a fantastic opportunity to celebrate and promote the work of a wide range of individuals and businesses across the market. We are delighted to be a sponsor this year. We would like to offer our congratulations to all of the nominees. In particular, we enjoyed meeting with Ewan Lawson, the winner of the 30 Under 30 award. We wish him all the best of luck for building on this achievement as he progresses through his career."

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