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  • Hilary Salt

    Founder

    First Actuarial

    Hilary Salt is a Founder of First Actuarial LLP and combines national executive responsibilities in the business with running the Manchester office.
    Hilary provides funding advice to pension scheme trustees and employers. She also works with trade unions assisting in negotiations on pensions issues. She has worked extensively with the Communication Workers Union devising the ground-breaking CDC proposal which ended their dispute with Royal Mail. She has also advised UCU on alternative approaches to the valuation of the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS). Hilary provides policy advice to a number of organisations and is the independent actuarial adviser to the NHS Pension Scheme’s Scheme Advisory Board.
    She is a member of the council of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
    She has written a number of published articles and is a regular speaker at conferences.
    Hilary has two grown up sons, a lovingly tended garden, a VW campervan and a season ticket to Old Trafford.

DEBATING MATTERS HISTORY

Championship: Salford 2018

DEBATE: HS2

Championship: Liverpool 2018

DEBATE: Medical data sharing

Qualifying Round: Blackburn 2016/17

DEBATE: Historical monuments

Qualifying Round: Blackburn 2016/17

DEBATE: Artificial Intelligence

Qualifying Round: Blackburn 2016/17

DEBATE: Political Parties

Regional Final: North West & North Wales 2015/16

DEBATE: Trident

Regional Final: North West & North Wales 2015/16

DEBATE: Sugar

National FInal: National Final 2014/15

DEBATE: Assisted Dying

National FInal: National Final 2014/15

DEBATE: Libraries

Qualifying Round: North Wales 2015/16

DEBATE: Religious Freedom

Qualifying Round: North Wales 2015/16

DEBATE: Compulsory Vaccinations

Qualifying Round: North Wales 2015/16

DEBATE: HS2

Qualifying Round: Blackburn 2015/16

DEBATE: Compulsory Vaccinations

Qualifying Round: Blackburn 2015/16

DEBATE: Religious Freedom

Regional Final: North West & North Wales 2014/15

DEBATE: Offence

Qualifying Round: North Wales 2014/15

DEBATE: European Union

Qualifying Round: North Wales 2014/15

DEBATE: Libraries

Qualifying Round: Cheshire 2013/14

DEBATE: Sex Selection

Qualifying Round: Cheshire 2013/14

DEBATE: Social media

National FInal: National Final 2012/13

DEBATE: European Union

National FInal: National Final 2012/13

DEBATE: Trade not Aid

Qualifying Round: Manchester 2012/13

DEBATE: Copyright and the Arts

Qualifying Round: Manchester 2012/13

DEBATE: Boozy Britain

Qualifying Round: Cumbria 2011/12

DEBATE: Supermarkets

Qualifying Round: Cumbria 2011/12

DEBATE: Media Regulation

Qualifying Round: Lancashire 2011/12

DEBATE: GM Food

Qualifying Round: Lancashire 2011/12

DEBATE: Scottish Independence

Qualifying Round: Lancashire 2011/12

DEBATE: Supermarkets

Qualifying Round: Blackburn 2010/11

DEBATE: Monarchy

Qualifying Round: Blackburn 2010/11

DEBATE: Scepticism and Science

Qualifying Round: Manchester 2010/11

DEBATE: Organ and Tissue Donation

Qualifying Round: Northamptonshire 2010/11

DEBATE: Genetic Screening

Qualifying Round: Northamptonshire 2010/11

DEBATE: Privacy Online

Qualifying Round: Staffordshire 2009/10

DEBATE: Older Mums

Qualifying Round: Merseyside 2009/10

DEBATE: BNP

Qualifying Round: Merseyside 2009/10

DEBATE: Boxing

Qualifying Round: Staffordshire 2008/09

DEBATE: No Platform

Qualifying Round: Staffordshire 2008/09

DEBATE: Animal Experimentation

Qualifying Round: Merseyside & Cheshire 2008/09

DEBATE: Private Lives

UPCOMING EVENTS

Thursday 6 December:
Leeds NHS Digital Debating Competition at Thackray Medical Museum

Thursday 17 January:
Southampton Championship at Solent University in partnership with NATS

Wednesday 13 February:
Kent Championship at Mid-Kent College



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