Scottish Board

About us

The Scottish Board was established in 2010 and consists of members elected to Council by the Scottish Constituency and members who are co-opted to join the Board through a selection process

The remit of the Board is:

  • to encourage and develop the actuarial community in Scotland
  • to raise the profile of actuaries and the profession in Scotland
  • to encourage and advance actuarial academic developments in Scotland.

Who's Who on the Board

The Scottish Board is currently made up of five Council members and a number of other co-opted members based in Scotland.

Leader - Mark Chadwick (NatWest)
Deputy Leader - Caitlin Stronach (Royal London)

Scottish Board Members

  • Co-opted member: Chris Anderson
  • Co-opted member: Nicholas Chadha
  • Co-opted member: Philip Darke
  • Council member: Dermot Grenham
  • Co-opted member: Jane Hamilton
  • Co-opted member: Graeme Jones
  • Co-opted member: Alison Kearns
  • Council member: Patrick Kelliher
  • Co-opted member: Nitesh Khyami
  • Co-opted member: Mark Laidlaw
  • Council member: Yan Ping Liu
  • Co-opted member: Andrew Murphy
  • Council member: Sarah Neil
  • Co-opted member: Saorlaith O'Neill
  • Co-opted member: Anne-Marie Pettie
  • Council member: Craig Ritchie
  • Co-opted member: Ian Sharpe
  • Co-opted member: Claire Yule
  • FASS representative: Karen Jamieson
  • GASS representative: Mark Farmer

Join us

There are two ways to join this Board:

  • if you are a Scottish Constituency member, you can stand for Election to Council and, if elected, you will automatically become a member of the Scottish Board
  • if you are based in Scotland, watch out for an opportunity on the Volunteer Vacancies webpage to apply to become a co-opted member.

Follow us on social

You can debate with others in the Scottish constituency by joining our Linkedin group.