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OAC awarded IFoA Quality Assurance Scheme (QAS) accreditation

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Actuarial

29 November 2016

OAC is extremely proud to announce that it has achieved accreditation for its professional services under the Quality Assurance Scheme (QAS) from the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).

The IFoA QAS is a voluntary scheme for organisations that employ actuaries. Its key objective is to reinforce confidence in the quality of actuarial work carried out by an accredited firm.

To obtain the status, OAC had to complete a comprehensive assessment to demonstrate its commitment to quality assurance, communication with clients, policies and procedures, and the training and development of its actuaries and actuarial students.

David Lechmere, OAC, says:

"This accreditation demonstrates OAC’s commitment to providing the highest quality of actuarial services and professionalism to its clients. This has always been part of OAC’s approach to building relationships and our continual improvement, and we are delighted that this has now been recognised independently by this prestigious scheme."

For more information about the IFoA QAS scheme, click here.

Philip Staunton

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Philip Staunton
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