Christopher Daykin

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Christopher Daykin (born July 18, 1948)[1] CB is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries and was the Government Actuary for the United Kingdom from 1989 to 2007.[2][3] He is the second longest holder of the post.

He was president of the Institute of Actuaries between 1994 and 1996.[3] He was awarded a CB. He was presented with an Honorary Doctor of Science from City University London 1995

Daykin has published reports on issues such as the state pension scheme and co-authored the book Practical Risk Theory for Actuaries (ISBN 0-412-42850-4).

Early life[edit]

He has a first class mathematics degree from Pembroke College, Cambridge University and attended Merchant Taylors' School, London.

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