IFoA appoints Annette Spencer and Sarah Sim as directors

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 Spenser: 'I see a real opportunity to raise wider awareness and provide greater understanding of the work that actuaries do'
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Spenser: 'I see a real opportunity to raise wider awareness and provide greater understanding of the work that actuaries do'

The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has appointed Annette Spencer as director of public affairs and research, and Sarah Sim as director of market development.

Spencer joined this month from the Universities Superannuation Scheme, where she was an investment communications lead for seven months. She replaced Paul Reynolds, who left the firm in December to...

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