Start Date: 15/01/2021 @ 10.45 a.m.
End Date: 15/01/2021 @ 12.00 p.m.
Venue: Zoom Meeting
CPD Hours: 1.25
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Description: In this presentation, Mr. Tan Suee Chieh, the President of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), will bring to the foreground the lessons he learnt since age 35 and share his ideas with senior actuaries. Whilst getting an actuarial qualification is a great achievement, it is not a panacea to career fulfilment and life’s challenges. He will talk about middle age crises, handling burnout, finding purpose and meaning in work, dealing with office politics and job insecurity. He will also take the opportunity to update the audience on the changes in IFoA during the preceding six months of his Presidential term.


The Speaker

Mr. Tan Suee Chieh

President, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA)

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  • Tan Suee Chieh

    President of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA)

    Mr. Tan Suee Chieh is the first Asia-based President of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).

    He was amongst the first cohort of Malaysians to achieve the Institute of Actuaries’ Fellowship qualification in 1984. Apart from a first-class honours in actuarial science from the London School of Economics (1981), he holds a Masters in Organisational Psychology (2002) from Columbia University.

    Suee Chieh has held a variety of Chief Executive positions since 1994, namely at Prudential, SHL (a listed organisational psychological consulting firm), NTUC Income and NTUC Enterprise.

    His honours include “Outstanding CEO of the Year 2012” from Singapore Business Awards, “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Institute of Advertising Singapore (2012), “Outstanding Young Malaysian of the Year” from the Jaycees and Business Times (1987), and “Leader of Tomorrow” award in Malaysia (1976).

    For further details, please visit Suee Chieh’s LinkedIn page: