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February 2017

New Opportunities and Achievements

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Career developments

Joel Cornberg has been appointed chief agent of Pacific Life Re’s new Canadian Branch, located in Toronto, which will serve existing retrocession clients and also reinsure longevity risks.

The board of directors of RGA appointedAnna Manning as its chief executive officer, effective January 1, 2017.

Actuaries in the media

Robert L. Brown and John Have wrote an article on employer health plans for workers 65 and over that appeared in The Globe and Mail and The Record.

Annie St-Jacques is mentioned in this article about life expectancy.

Fred Vettese was quoted in an article about how to make retirement savings last even in a bear market in The Globe and Mail.

Craig Allen is mentioned in a Toronto Stararticle about Ontario small claims court judges receiving training on illegal interest rates.

Networking is a key part of any successful professional's career, and the CIA is offering you a fresh opportunity to inform your peers about your achievements and progress.

Our (e)Bulletin section, Actuaries on the Move, is a chance for you to publicize your new job, title, credentials, or other information. This is an opportunity to tell thousands of fellow actuarial professionals—whether they are ex-colleagues, former college friends, potential employers, future clients, etc.—about, for example:

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  • Your new qualifications;
  • A change of contact details;
  • Awards or other recognition; or
  • Publication of academic papers or articles

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