The Groupe Consultatif
The Groupe was established in 1978 to bring together the actuarial associations in the European Union to represent the actuarial profession in discussion with the European Union institutions on existing and proposed EU legislation which has an impact on the profession.
The Groupe also now provides a forum for discussion amongst all actuarial associations throughout Europe. The Groupe currently has thirty-seven member associations in thirty-five European countries, representing about 20,000 actuaries. Advice and comments provided by the Groupe on behalf of the European actuarial profession are totally independent of industry interests.
The Art of Calculating Risk - this brochure describes the role of the the Groupe Consultatif and what an actuary does.
Interview with Groupe Chairman, Malcolm Campbell
- Full list of Member Associations
- Member Associations: membres titulaires
- Contact details for secretariats of Member Associations
- Representatives of Member Associations
Committees, Project Teams and Task Forces
The Groupe Consultatif includes five committees made up of members from the MAs and a Chairman (officer) presiding usually for three years. The Committees are involved in drafting Position papers to be submitted to the EU and other stakeholders, assess future activities and other issues that impact and highlight the profession of actuaries and their contribution to sociey.
- Standards, Freedoms and Professionalism
- Standards Project Team
- Solvency II Project Team: 5 Working Groups (see Current Issues – Solvency II in left margin)
- Investment and Financial Risk
- Sub-Committee on Social Security
- Ad hoc working groups on IORP/QIS
This web site was last updated on 29 November 2013