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Actuarial Governance Board

 

Introduction

 

The Actuarial Governance Board (AGB) is an external, independent body that enhances governance in the actuarial profession in South Africa. The profession is self-regulated and by ensuring rigorous governance standards the AGB enhances this self-regulation in the public interest.

The AGB is established in terms of Art 5A of the Constitution of the Actuarial Society. It comprises at least four, and a maximum of six, members. Members are nominated by the Council of the Actuarial Society, the Financial Services Board, the Chief Justice of the Republic and the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants.

 

Current members

 

  • Christo Geyer – Chair - nominated by Actuarial Society Council
  • TN Aboobaker - nominated by the General Council of the Bar
  • Francois Marais – co-opted
  • Louis Wessels – nominated by the FSB
  • Dumo Mbethe - nominated by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants