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October 2016

Represent the CIA on an International Actuarial Association Committee

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The CIA is looking for members who possess excellent collaboration skills, can fairly represent the interests of the Canadian actuarial profession, and can bring energy and enthusiasm to their volunteer role as a representative on the following International Actuarial Association (IAA) committees:

  • Accreditation;
  • Advice and Assistance;
  • Insurance Regulation; and
  • Professionalism.

The CIA representatives on these committees would be expected to do the following:

  1. Participate in the work of the committee;
  2. Be prepared to travel internationally, probably twice a year, to participate in committee meetings;
  3. Communicate key issues and developments to relevant CIA committees; and
  4. Participate in conference calls in advance of and following each IAA meeting.

The terms of reference for these committees can be found at the IAA website. Successful applicants will be expected to make a three- to five-year commitment to this role, beginning in the spring of 2017. As well, preference will be given to applicants who are able to secure a sponsor (such as an employer) to fund any travel expenses.

Interested members are asked to contact Chris Fievoli at by October 9, 2016. Applicants will be reviewed by a selection committee, which will then make its recommendations to the CIA's International Relations Council.


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