Elected by voting members, the 7-person Council is the NZSA’s governing body.
As outlined in the NZSA Rules, the Council is primarily responsible for:
Leadership – Setting and implementing the NZSA’s vision, policy direction and strategic objectives.
Governance – Ensuring good governance of the NZSA so that it is well managed, has effective risk management, complies with legislation and meets high standards of probity and transparency.
Stewardship – Protecting the reputation of the NZSA and the actuarial profession by maintaining and enforcing strict professional and ethical standards.