Actuaries on the Move

Jean-François Chalifoux and Brad Fedorchuk were part of the panel of experts involved in the 2013 Group Benefits Providers Report featured in the April issue of Benefits Canada magazine.

Tim Clarke co-authored an article on drug plan management, and forthcoming developments, in Benefits Canada.

Alan Cooke was recently appointed to the board of directors of the Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia. He was also appointed Chair of its Audit Committee and a member of its Investment Committee.

Hugo Drouin has been appointed vice-president of investments at SSQ Financial Group, having begun his career at the company in 1989 as an actuarial analyst. He later served as director and then senior director of investments, and his work has included participating in the development of asset/liability strategies and managing investment risk exposure.

Larry Madge has been appointed senior vice-president and chief actuary at Sun Life Financial, Inc. He has responsibility for the corporate oversight of actuarial practices enterprise-wide and provides leadership, direction, and vision for the company’s actuarial community globally. He has already served as chief actuary for Sun Life Financial Canada, and senior vice-president and chief actuary for Sun Life Financial U.S., among other posts.

Emmanuel Matte is the new senior vice-president, investment solutions, at Standard Life Investments. He is responsible for handling relationships with consultants and further developing relationships with institutional clients.He joined the company in 2009.

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:

Simply send an e-mail—one line of information can be enough, but feel free to add more if you so wish—to the CIA's English Editor at and we will aim to include it in the next issue of the (e)Bulletin.

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