We are committed to establishing and maintaining strict professional and ethical standards both for the protection of the public and the reputation of the actuarial profession. We do this by providing quality practice guidance and maintaining and enforcing strict professional standards.
One of the privileges and responsibilities afforded to the actuarial profession is that of self-regulation, which is managed under the Institute's Disciplinary Scheme. For legal reasons, the Disciplinary Scheme is contained in a Schedule to the Constitution of the Institute and conducted separately from the Institute's general governing body (the Council). This independence helps to minimise potential conflicts of interest and ensures fairness and impartiality in the operation of the Scheme.
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