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CAMPBELL, Gregor Bruce Loudoun (born 1942), Secretary-General, Institute of Actuaries, and Chief Executive (Joint Affairs), Faculty of Actuaries and Institute of Actuaries, 1997–2002

JOBSON, Alexander (1875 - 1933), Australian Military Forces; Chartered Accountant (Australia); Associate of Institute of Actuaries, London

McLINTOCK, William (1873 - 1947), Member of the Glasgow Institute of Accountants and Actuaries

TAIT, Arthur Gordon (born 1934), Secretary-General, Institute of Actuaries, 1991–97

CRIBB, Derek Wayne (born 1966), Chief Executive, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, since 2011

MACKIE, Clive David Andrew (born 1929), Secretary-General, Institute of Actuaries, 1983–92

PAGE, Norman John (1920 - 1985), Secretary-General, Institute of Actuaries, 1977–83

WILTON, Herbert George (1882 - 1959), Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries; General Manager and Actuary, Norwich Union Life Insurance Society, 1934–37, Director, 1937–57, retired; Director, Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd, 1934–57

SCHOOLING, Frederick (1851 - 1936), Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries; Fellow of the Actuarial Society of America; Deputy Chairman Prudential Assurance Company, Ltd, Director Bengal Nagpur Railway and Barsi Light Railway

STEWART, James Watson (1852 - 1922), Chartered Accountant; Member of the Chartered Institute of Accountants and Actuaries; Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute, and Senior Partner of J. W. Stewart & Co., CA, Glasgow

BURN, Joseph (1871 - 1950), Commander of the Order of the Crown of Belgium; President and Director, Prudential Assurance Co.; Fellow and Past-President Institute of Actuaries; Past-President, London Insurance Institute; Fellow of the Surveyors’ Institute; Member, Royal Commission on Decimal Coinage; Vice-President Empire Rheumatism Council; Member Grand Committee St Thomas’ Hospital; Member Weekly Board, Management Committee and Finance Committee Royal Free Hospital; Member, General Council of Anglo-Belgian Union; Actuary of a number of Pension Funds

RYAN, Gerald Hemmington (died 1937), President of Institute of Actuaries, 1910–12; JP Norfolk, Suffolk (High Sheriff, 1920), and London; Lord of the Manors of Hintlesham and Chattisham; Chairman Treasury Committee on working of National Insurance Act, 1916; on Committee for formulating Government War Risks Insurance Scheme against Aircraft, 1915; on Government’s Committee to administer the Scheme

MANN, Ludovic MacLellan (died 1955), Member of Prehistoric Society and other scientific societies in Scotland and England, on the Councils of several of which he has served; trained in accountancy and insurance; became by examination an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and Actuaries, 1898; Councillor of the Corporation of Insurance Brokers, London; Chairman of Mann, Ballantyne & Co., Ltd. Insurance Administrators and Brokers, Glasgow and London

WILLIAMSON, Andrew (died 1937), Chartered Accountant; Member of the Institute of Accountants and Actuaries in Glasgow; formerly partner in firm of Smith & Williamson, CA, Glasgow and London, now retired; Chairman English, Scottish, and Australian Bank, Ltd; Chairman (London Board), Mt Lyell Mining and Railway Co. Ltd; Advisory Director Australian Estate Co. Ltd; Director Midland Railway Co. of Western Australia; Deputy Chairman Australian Pastoral Co. Ltd; Director Australian Sheep Farms, Ltd; Sulphide Corporation, Ltd; Royal Insurance Co. Ltd; Member of Committee of Algoma Central and Hudson Bay Railway Co. and Algoma Central Terminals, Ltd; Vice-President Royal Empire Society

 

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One of the two professional bodies in the UK to which actuaries belong. To become an actuary it is necessary to qualify as a fellow of one or the other. The roots of the profession go back to 1756, when a Fellow of the Royal Society, James Dodson, produced the first table of premiums for life assurance, after having been turned down for an assurance policy on the grounds of his age. The Institute is in London; the other organization, the Faculty of Actuaries, is based in Edinburgh.

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