Excellence in administration

  • Guidelines:
  • Actuarial Work for Social Security

Excellence in administration

  • Guidelines:
  • Actuarial Work for Social Security

Actuarial Work for Social Security -
Acknowledgements

The Guidelines on Actuarial Work for Social Security have been produced jointly by the International Labour Office (ILO) and the International Social Security Association (ISSA). They were written by Assia Billig and Jean-Claude Ménard from the Office of the Chief Actuary – Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, Canada, Simon Brimblecombe from the ISSA General Secretariat, and Hiroshi Yamabana, André Picard, Cristina Lloret and Anne Drouin from the ILO.

The ILO and the ISSA thank the International Actuarial Association (IAA) for its useful comments, suggestions and support. They would also like to thank the Eurostat, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) for their comments. They would like to thank individually the following for their input and comments: Gilles Binet, Chris Daykin, Sage De Clerck, Fabio Durán Valverde, Karen Glenn, Paul Goebel, Jens Gruetz, Yves Guérard, Philippe Guèvremont, Reza Kashef, Anna Kwiecińska, Georges Langis, Martin Lunnon, Denis Martin, Ibrahim Muhanna, Robert Olieman, Isabel Ortiz, Tibor Parnicky, Pierre Plamondon, Ulrich Reineke, Marshall Budd Reinsdorf, Junichi Sakamoto, Mick Silver, Jean-François Terrien, Jorrit Zwijnenburg, and the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation.

The Guidelines on Actuarial Work for Social Security have been revised jointly by the ILO and the ISSA. The updated version was prepared by Assia Billig, Christine Dunnigan and François Boulé from the Office of the Chief Actuary – Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, Canada; Sergio Velasco, André Picard and Kroum Markov of the ILO; and with the support of Raúl Ruggia-Frick of the ISSA General Secretariat. Extensive comments and suggestions were provided by the members of the Technical Commission on Statistical, Actuarial and Financial Studies, as well as member organizations of the ISSA.