Actuarial Association of Europe elects new Chairperson
Brussels, 28 September 2016: The Actuarial Association of Europe (“AAE”) announced today that Kristoffer Bork has been elected as the new Chairperson of the AAE for the year to September 2017.
Kristoffer Bork is a Danish national and was President of the Den Danske Aktuarforening (the Danish Actuarial Association) from 2010 to 2016.
Kristoffer Bork said: "I am honoured to have been given the opportunity of leading the AAE, and I look very much forward to working with and supporting our Member Associations across Europe. In particular, I want to focus on building further on the existing relationships between the AAE and European institutions. Moreover, in the coming year, the AAE plan to implement a revised strategy and to extend the cooperation with the IAA, the global international actuarial association, even further. It will be both challenging and exciting to contribute to improvements on these important issues”.
Philip Shier, the Immediate Past Chairperson, said: “Kristoffer has many years of actuarial experience, both in Europe and globally, and having worked closely with him over the past 12 months, I know that he will be a sensitive and dynamic Chairperson of the Association over the coming year.”
Ad Kok, Chief Executive of the AAE said: “I am delighted that Kristoffer has been selected for this role by the General Assembly, and I look forward to continuing to build a strong and effective partnership between the executive and Kristoffer that draws on his experience to help deliver our strategy."
During last week’s General Assembly Thomas Béhar (France) was elected as Vice-Chairperson for the coming year.
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