Webinar: Navigating IFRS 17 Challenges


We are pleased to announce that we have an upcoming webinar on 10 May 2021. The Webinar deliberation will be on the theme: Navigating IFRS 17 Challenges.

From sharing our resources, to advising governments and institutions on matters of risk and insurance, actuaries remain the best reliable hope and chattels of research, information, and analysis.

Courtesy of TASK’s IFRS Working Party, the webinar shall take place at 1200hrs to 1330hrs and we would be honoured if you joined us.

Webinar: Topic: IFRS 17 Reinsurance Solutions


An Industry Talk On IFRS17 Courtesy Of TASK's IFRS Working Party IFRS 17 introduces a dramatic overhaul of insurance reporting. With limited […]

TASK Annual General Meeting and Elections


We invite you for TASK AGM slated for December 7, 2021 virtually.
These are the agenda for the AGM 2021.


Minutes of previous AGM Meeting
Chairperson’s Report – Moses Mutuli
Treasurer’s Report – Seth Chengo and Auditor
Appointment and Questions to the Auditor
Council Elections
Meeting Close

Webinar: Actuarial Possibilities through Society of Actuaries (SOA)


The Society of Actuaries (SOA) and The Actuarial Society of Kenya (TASK), in partnership with the Actuarial Students’ Association of Kenya (ASSK), will host a webinar on Actuarial possibilities through SOA.

The webinar is targeting Actuarial Science students in Kenya and regional markets, and TASK’s standard members that are still pursuing options in their actuarial careers and qualifications.

WEBINAR: Practical Implications of ESG Risks


The Taskforce on ESG, supported by TASK and FSD Africa, will hold its inaugural webinar on 25 February 2022 at 1230hrs EAT through Microsoft Teams.

During the webinar, the Taskforce will demystify the ESG term by articulating the Environmental, Social, and Governance risks, where the risks apply in financial institutions, and the factors of assessing companies' ESG performance.



About the Professionalism Seminar: This interactive two-hour session will utilise storytelling, short case studies, and participant polling to address a series of professionalism topics related to all areas of the actuarial practice in Africa. This includes common concerns such as: management pressure, when colleagues disagree, am I qualified, what is proprietary, and working outside your area of expertise.