Amicable agreement between AAE members If you are not eligible for mutual recognition, you can join and study at IFoA as a student to become an IFOA ASSA Associate or Fellow, has mutual recognition agreements with IFoA, the Society of Actuaries in Ireland, the Actuaries Institute of Australia and the DAV, as well as a global agreement with the Actuarial Association of Europe. It is hoped that the list will be expanded at the ILO meetings in Vancouver. The insurance institute has currently entered into mutual recognition agreements with the following actuarial associations: application form for membership of the DAV on the basis of a Mutual Recognition Agreement (AAE/ASSA) for the recognition of actuarial qualifications Qualified fellows through actuarial associations that have not signed a mutual recognition agreement with the Institute may apply for special consideration for accredited membership. These applications are reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Board on the recommendation of the Institute`s Chief Executive Officer. Actuaries who are full members of another European association of actuaries or the South African actuarial company (ASSA), but who are employed in Germany, may also become members of the DAV. This is stipulated in an agreement on mutual recognition of actuarial training between members of the European Actuarial Association (AAE) and in a corresponding bilateral agreement between the ASSA and the DAV. You will find the corresponding provisions and the corresponding application form in the box on the right. You will find more information on the application for accredited membership on the basis of the qualification of an actuarial association that does not have a mutual recognition agreement with the actuarie institute. To begin the process, complete the application to be considered as a Fellow of the IFoA for Fellows of the Actuarial Society of South Africa (ASSA).
To apply, fill out the “Member Transfer from other organizations” form (pdf) and return it to the Actuary Company. If you have any questions, please contact the AAE office. Peter Temple completed his two-year presidential term at the end of 2015 and was replaced by Professor Roseanne da Silva. As far as Peter is concerned preferably as an actuary, although he is in charge, he still uses his actuarial skills almost daily in his role as Gen Re`s regional director for Great Britain, Ireland and South Africa. As an associate professor at the University of Witwatersrand, Roseanne finds interaction with bright and enthusiastic students truly rewarding, and as an independent consultant, her work is very rewarding because she can help clients solve relatively complex financial problems. Accredited members are actuaries who have qualified abroad. The full conditions are defined in the ASSA mutual recognition (MRA) agreement.