Association of Consulting Actuaries Collection
The Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) is the representative body for consulting actuaries. The Association was first formed as the Society of Consulting Actuaries in November 1951, and re-named as the ACA in March 1952. The members of the Association are actuaries working in the consulting sector, mainly qualified through membership of the professional body for actuaries, the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
The ACA continues to promote the services provided by consulting actuaries and provide independent advice to decision makers on the need for and implications of legislative change in relevant areas. The ACA also publishes regular surveys of the pensions industry.
The records deposited by ACA with The Pensions Archive Trust (PAT) were digitised by the London Metropolitan Archives Digital Services team and are available to view below.
We would like to express our thanks to the ACA for the donation of these records to PAT and for financing the cost of digitisation.
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