Education Committee

Chairperson:Mark Stocker


Terms of Reference


Christian Buchta Aktuarvereinigung Österreichs
Guy Roelandt Institut des Actuaires en Belgique/Instituut van Actuarissen en Belgie (IA|BE)
Milena Maslenkova Bulgarian Actuarial Society
Erin Bisson Channel Islands Actuarial Association
Jasna Tenšak Hvratsko Aktuarsko Društvo
Ioanna Panti Cyprus Association of Actuaries
Lucie Mazurova Česká Společnost Aktuárů
Jostein Paulsen Den Danske Aktuarforening
Piret Raukas Eesti Aktuaaride Liit
Janne Kaippio Suomen Aktuaariyhdistys
Régis de Laroullière Institut des Actuaires
Henning Wergen Deutsche Aktuarvereinigung
Niki Agoglossaki Hellenic Actuarial Society
Erzsébet Kovács Magyar Aktuárius Táraság
Steinunn Gudjonsdottir Félag íslenskra tryggingastærðfræðinga
Yvonne Lynch Society of Actuaries in Ireland
Ermanno Pitacco Istituto Italiano degli Attuari and Consiglio Nazionale degli Attuari (ISOA)
Inga Helmane Latvijas Aaktuãru Asociãcija
Eugenija Bieliauskienė Lietuvos Aktuarų Draugija
to be confirmed Malta Actuarial Society
Marjon Tjia Het Koninklijk Actuarieel Genootschap
Patrick Kakunze Den Norske Aktuarforening
Lukasz Delong Polskie Stowarzyszenie Aktuariuszy
Onofre Alves Simoes Instituto dos Actuarios Portugueses
Gelu Ruptureanu Asociatia Romana de Actuariat
Jelena Kocovic Udruženje Aktuara Srbije
Julia Brtanova Slovenská spoločnost’ aktuárov
Matija Senk Slovensko Aktuarsko društvo
Rafael Moreno Instituto de Actuarios Españoles
Lluis Bermudez Col.legi d’Actuaris de Catalunya
Malcolm Campbell Svenska Aktuarieföreningen
Olivier Steiger Association Suisse des Actuaires
Fatih Tank Actuarial Society of Turkey
Mark Stocker (Chairperson) Institute and Faculty of Actuaries
Taras Androschuk Society of Actuaries of Ukraine

Terms of Reference

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The role of the Committee is:

  1. To keep under review existing arrangements for the education and training of actuaries in the member states of the EU and other EEA countries and Switzerland.
  2. To collect information to facilitate a better understanding of the scope and standard of training of those considered to be full members of the various national associations and the way (or ways) in which that training is carried out.
  3. To monitor and report to the General Assembly on the implementation by member associations of the recommended structure and core syllabus for the training of the EU actuary as approved by the AAE.
  4. To create a platform for an exchange of information between the member associations and for them to support each other in the implementation of the core syllabus and development of education programmes, including CPD.
  5. To liaise with the International Actuarial Association (IAA) to achieve an international agreement on structure and core syllabus likely to be acceptable to member associations of the AAE.
  6. To enter into discussions with the European Commission to discover what initiatives might be available at EU level, and to assist national associations, universities and institutions of higher education in order to develop and promote a truly European education programme for the actuarial profession.
  7. To oversee the Summer School and Colloquium programmes.
  8. To review regularly the Core Syllabus and ensure it is kept up to date.
  9. To review regularly the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) strategy and ensure it is kept up to date.

October 2007


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