Actuaries on the Move

CIA President Simon Curtis has joined Deloitte’s assurance and advisory practice as partner. Mr. Curtis brings deep actuarial experience to the firm, having spent the last 30 years at Manulife Financial in progressively senior roles, including more than seven years as chief actuary. Most recently, he was executive vice-president, business development.

Eric Hafeman is the new assistant vice-president of pricing and longevity, defined benefit solutions, at Sun Life Financial.

Sean Kilburn has been named senior vice-president, life insurance, at Empire Life. He formerly worked as head of insurance, warranty, gift card, and money services at Walmart Canada. Prior to that he led TD Life Group as president and CEO and Canada Trust Assurance as president.

Maryse Larouche discussed her work in the actuarial evidence practice area in a Financial Post article that comprised part of a new CIA advertising campaign. The campaign also features Minaz Lalani discussing risk management.

Ben Marshall has been appointed chief financial officer at FaithLife Financial, one of Canada’s premier fraternal insurance societies.

John McIntosh helped to explain how to transform pensions in today's collective bargaining environment in the March issue of Benefits Canada magazine.

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 actuaries and financial professionals—whether they are ex-colleagues, former college friends, potential employers, future clients, etc.—about, for example:

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