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Actuarial fellowship success at PwC Isle of Man | March 2024

22 March 2024

PwC Isle of Man’s actuarial consultants Francesca Moretta and Kevin Kelly have completed their exams enabling them to officially become Fellows of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), the independent chartered professional body.

The newly qualified actuaries joined the firm in 2017 as graduates on its professional training programme, which combines formal training through professional qualifications, coaching and practical on-the-job experience.

Johann Marais, Actuarial Leader and Partner at PwC Isle of Man said: ‘This is a significant academic and professional achievement and I would like to congratulate and commend both Francesca and Kevin for their hard work. Our growth ambition has seen our in-house Actuarial Services team go from strength to strength to the sixteen strong team we see today and these achievements further bolster our capabilities to achieve sustained outcomes and build trust with our island-based and international clients.’

As the largest, locally based actuarial consultancy the Actuarial Services team work with clients in the traditional actuarial areas such as the valuation of assets and liabilities of pension schemes, funds and insurance companies, assessing the capital adequacy and efficiency of companies and helping businesses understand and manage their risks. The team is also providing services outside of the traditional actuarial areas such as estimating the loss of earnings in personal injury, medical malpractice or employment tribunal cases, helping companies make better use of their data to support and expedite business decisions, supporting businesses to understand and measure the potential impact of climate risks, amongst other services.

Janet Donnelly, Chief People Officer at PwC Isle of Man commented: ‘Our people are an essential asset to the business and as a diverse community of solvers we are as committed to the careers of our people as they are. Developing an agile and adaptable workforce with a global mindset ensures we meet with confidence the current and future needs of our clients across all markets.’

‘Embarking on a professional qualification alongside work is never easy and a career as an actuary is a challenging but rewarding option. At PwC Isle of Man we fully support individuals 20 March 2024 with the drive and motivation to succeed and it is hugely satisfying to see Francesca and Kevin progress through the firm.’

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