Actuaries on the Move

Domenico Barbiero, Marie-Andrée Boucher, Philip Churchill, Faisal Hamid, Kiersten Johnston, Josephine Marks, and Ellen Whelan have been named as principals at Eckler. Meanwhile Richard Brown has joined the company's pension practice.

Sophie Ouellet has been appointed regional vice-president, Québec and eastern Ontario region, group benefits, at Sun Life Financial. She has been with the company since 2011, after working at a major consulting firm
for around 15 years. The company has also appointed Larry Madge as senior vice-president and chief actuary. He was formerly senior vice-president and chief financial officer for Sun Life Financial U.S.

Michel Trudeau has joined international insurer EGI Financial as chief actuary. He has spent more than 30 years in the profession, and his previous roles include serving as chief actuary for two other major Canadian insurers and as Appointed Actuary for several others as the property and casualty practice leader of a Canadian actuarial consulting firm.

Doug Andrews has returned from England to become director of the Master of Actuarial Science Program at the University of Waterloo. He would like to be contacted by actuaries who would be interested in presenting to or interviewing enthusiastic students approaching the Associate level of qualification, and who are able to communicate effectively. He can be e-mailed at

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