Chris Sutton is Senior Lecturer in Actuarial Science in the School of Mathematical Sciences. He qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in 1993. He is a member of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries Risk Management Board and led the profession's taskforce on Social Security in 2020-21.
Chris lectures on the BSc Mathematics with Actuarial Science programme teaching the Survival Models (MTH6157) and Actuarial Mathematics II (MTH5125) modules. He also supervises dissertations for both postgraduate Business Analytics and final year Actuarial Science students.
‘Shifts in Social Structure: governments cannot divorce social security from public health responses to coronavirus’, The Actuary, October 2020, pp20-21 with Alan Newton.
‘Social Security systems act as a window on future COVID-19 related imbalances’, Institute & Faculty of Actuaries, actuaries.org.uk, January 2021.
'Social Protection initiatives and COVID-19 in Africa', Institute & Faculty of Actuaries, actuaries.org.uk, June 2021.
Member of Institute & Faculty of Actuaries Risk Management Board 2021 - date
Lead for Institute & Faculty of Actuaries Taskforce on Social Security 2020 - 2021
Founding member of the FTSE Russell ESG Advisory Committee (formerly the FTSE4good Policy Committee) 2001 - date
Member of Institute and Faculty of Actuaries working party on Energy in the Economy 2019 - 2020