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Non-Executive appointments

Thank you for your interest in non-executive roles at the FRC.

Senior Advisors

The FRC wished to appoint a Senrior Advisor with a strong actuarial background to the Regulatory Standards and Codes Division. The Senior Advisor will also attend Regulatory Standards and Codes Committee meetings. Applications close on 31 August 2022.

Please see below for the job description and details on how to apply.

Senior Actuarial Advisor job description

Tribunal Panel roles

Positions on the FRC's Tribunal Panels are appointed by the independent Appointment Committee. The Appointment Committee welcome applications for individuals who wish to utilise their skills and experience to support and promote the public interest by helping to maintain public confidence in the high standards and integrity of the accounting, actuarial and audit professions in the UK.

The Appointment Committee are due to conclude the appointment of new lay members of the Panels in the coming months. There are currently no vacancies for other positions on the Panels.

Tribunal Panel lay member job advert
Tribunal Panel lay member job information pack

The FRC Board

Non-executive members of the Board are appointed by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Board Committee members

The FRC's three regulatory committees and two business committees are populated by non-executive members of the Board.

The FRC's Advisory Panel 

The FRC will be seeking to appoint new members of the Advisory Panel this autumn. We will be welcoming applications from individuals with the following experience

Accounting and Reporting Policy

  1. With technical accounting specialism in UK and Ireland accounting standards and their application.
  2. With significant practical experience of the application of UK and Ireland accounting standards, for example as a preparer or user of financial statements under those standards.
  3. With significant experience of ESG reporting, including ESG disclosure standard-setting, preparation of reports using ESG standards (particularly where subject to external assurance), users of ESG reports (both investors and other stakeholders), ESG data providers/aggregators and ranking/rating agencies, and digital reporting taxonomies.
Actuarial Policy
  1. With significant practical actuarial experience in investment within the sectors of pensions and insurers;
  2. With significant technical actuarial expertise in healthcare;
  3. With significant experience in application of Artificial Intelligence in particular Machine Learning in actuarial work;
  4. With significant experience in application of actuarial techniques in climate related issues; 
  5. With significant technical actuarial expertise in pensions, typically over 15 years of experience as a Scheme Actuary or advising pension schemes;
  6. With significant technical actuarial expertise in general insurance, in particular personal lines experience
Corporate Reporting and Review
  1. With Board level practical experience of applying accounting and reporting requirements in the preparation of annual and interim reports and accounts of listed and other corporate entities. This includes good understanding of international accounting standards and other reporting requirements that drive high quality strategic and corporate governance reports for investors.