We are governed by a committee of 15 members, including three Honorary Officers.

Committee members are responsible for the day-to-day running of SIAS's activities and delivering SIAS services to our members.

Honorary Officers

SIAS's Chair, Secretary and Treasurer each serve two year terms.


The SIAS Sub-Committees covers:

  • Programme Talks
  • Marketing
  • Social Events
  • Charity
  • Regional
  • Evoloution
  • Education

SIAS Committee 2017/18

Here's a list of our current Committee members. Our year runs from 1st October to the 30th September so if you're interested in joining us, let us know in July/August!

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Paul Sweeting

Paul is the Chair of SIAS. He is also a Professor of Actuarial Science at the University of Kent, having previously held a number of senior roles in the investment industry. He has written a number of articles on financial issues, as well as a text book on enterprise risk management. Outside work, Paul enjoys writing, having authored a children’s picture book and a crime novel.

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Natanya Roelofse

As Honorary Secretary, Natanya is responsible for ensuring that the SIAS objectives are achieved through working alongside the subcommittees. Natanya works at Direct Line Group in their Financial Risk function and in her free time she enjoys travelling, especially to countries with good food, wine and white sand beaches!

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Kateryna Katyukha

As Honorary Treasurer, Kateryna is responsible for SIAS’s finances and implementing its investment strategy. In her free time Kateryna enjoys travelling, cooking and assembling jigsaw puzzles. Kateryna is a Fellow of the IFoA, working as an actuary at Prudential.

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Emma Hutchinson

As Programme Convenor, Emma is responsible for organising talks for SIAS. She is committed to ensuring an interesting programme for our members, covering of wide range of subjects across all actuarial disciplines and incorporating speakers with a variety of presentation styles. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling and sports, including tennis and skiing. Emma is a Fellow of the IFoA and a consultant with the Life team at Milliman.

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Yuming Mei

As a member of the Programme Subcommittee, Yuming helps to organise a balanced selection of programme events, ensuring they run smoothly and making materials available to members afterwards. Yuming enjoys exploring the public interest angle of actuarial work, playing tennis and badminton and going to the theatre. Yuming is a Fellow of the IFoA, working as a General Insurance Manager at Mazars LLP, specialising in capital modelling.

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Anique Buddhdev

Anique is responsible for SIAS's Evolution conference to help enhance and improve the soft-skills of actuaries. He enjoys organising theme parties, going to the theatre and travelling to faraway places. Anique is also SIAS's representative at the IFoA's regional society committees which aims to help improve the links between London and the other UK regional societies. Anique is a student actuary, specialising in pricing at ERS.

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Nay Wynn

As Marketing Convenor, Nay is responsible for ensuring that SIAS members are kept up to date on all relevant communications with this year's focus on the new SIAS website. Nay enjoys writing articles on ‘what if’ scenarios that could have an impact on the insurance industry, cooking and spending time with his wife and 1 year old son. Nay is a Fellow of the IFoA, working as a research actuary at Hannover Re.

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Jon Spain

Apart from being a pensions actuary who has specialised in the pensions impacts of compulsory staff transfers, mostly under TUPE, Jon has also qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Normal virtues and vices are admitted.

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Jonny Boardley

Jonny joined SIAS in 2017, and works alongside Nay and Jon on the Marketing subcommittee. He is keen to ensure SIAS remains a modern society that meets the needs of its members through engaging communications and interesting events. Jonny enjoys playing golf and travelling (including visits back to his hometown of bonnie Dundee!). Jonny is a Student member of the IFoA, and currently works as a pensions consultant at Aon.

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Tom Leigh-Eldredge

As Social Convenor, Tom is responsible for arranging social events year-round that provide SIAS members with the opportunity to network with the wider actuarial community and let their hair down. Tom is also the Education Convenor where he connects with the IFoA and represents SIAS members’ interests. In his spare time Tom enjoys travelling and studying Japanese (when time permits!). Tom is an actuarial consultant at Willis Towers Watson.

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Rola Oyebolu

Rola supports Tom on the Social subcommittee and is responsible for organising various Social events throughout the year. She is currently a student actuary and works as a GI pricing analyst at Zurich. In her free time, Rola enjoys reading, travelling, and knitting (badly)!

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Kishan Patel

Kishan supports Tom on the Social subcommittee and is responsible for organising social events throughout the year. Kishan is a student actuary working at Prudential. His hobbies include: baking and non-bake cakes, origami and eating (chocolate and out at restaurants).

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Omer Mohamed

Omer supports Tom on the Social subcommittee and is responsible for organising various Social events throughout the year. Omer is a student actuary working in General Insurance at Mazars LLP. He enjoys Pub Quizzes (The Hope in Peckham if you were wondering), Karaoke (either Buble or Eminem) and TV binge-watching (has to be The Wire in the number 1 slot).

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Antri Theodosiou

As Charity Convenor, Antri is responsible for ensuring that the charity activities are aligned the overall strategy of SIAS. She enjoys travelling (especially back to her sunny and warm hometown Limassol, Cyprus), cooking and collecting rare coins and special edition stamps. She is currently a student actuary and works in General insurance at Mazars LLP.