Wilding to replace Piermay at EURACS
NETHERLANDS- The European Actuarial Consulting Services (EURACS) has appointed Danny Wilding of Barnett Waddingham as chairman to succeed Dominique Piermay of Fixage following the actuarial company's decision to leave and join the consulting network Milliman Global.
Wilding’s contract runs for two years and he will work with the director general Max Bogaard. The network is also looking for a vice chairman.
EURACS was founded twenty years ago as an association of independent actuarial firms. Fixage had to step down from the association and Piermay as Chairman as the company no longer satisfied EURACS’ rule that members be completely independent.
EURACS is represented in most major European financial centres and is linked with North American Actuarial Consulting Services (NORACS).