Actuarial monitoring scheme launched to promote the quality of actuarial work
23 September 2019
Following its consultation, which was welcomed by the FRC, the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has launched a new monitoring scheme to improve the effectiveness of actuarial regulation and promote ongoing improvement across the profession.
The Actuarial Monitoring Scheme
(AMS) is designed to provide meaningful feedback to members and their employers, provide evidence of the quality of actuarial work, and promote best practice through the introduction of regular thematic reviews and data gathering activities.
Stephen Haddrill, FRC Chief Executive, said:
“We welcome the IFoA’s new monitoring scheme which will provide insight into the quality of actuarial work and the effectiveness of actuarial standards.
By promoting best practice and the importance of actuarial work the new scheme is a positive step for the actuarial profession.”