- On 08/04/2019
Andrew Boal - Chief Executive Officer and Head of FinTech & Market Insights
Andrew is a very experienced financial services professional who specialises in providing actuarial and strategic consulting advice to leading companies and superannuation funds. Prior to joining Rice Warner in April 2019, Andrew spent more than 30 years advising clients on superannuation, life insurance, employee benefits, risk management, investments and talent management.
During his career, Andrew has also driven research and public policy in various areas of interest, including retirement income products and solutions, retirement adequacy, member disclosure and advice, member engagement and digital solutions, governance and managing conflicts.
In his various roles, Andrew has been a regular speaker at industry events such as the annual ASFA conference, the Conference of Major Superannuation Funds (CMSF) and the Conexus Post-Retirement Conference. In addition, he was a speaker at the 2012 and 2015 Asia-Pacific Pensions Forum held in Hong Kong and he previously addressed the International Conference of Consulting Actuaries in Florida and Beijing University in 2008, as well as the 2010 OECD/IOPS Global Forum on Private Pensions.
Andrew is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia and hold a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Melbourne. He is currently a member of the Institute’s Public Policy Council Committee (since May 2019) and was previously Chair of the Retirement Strategy Group (2017-19) and Convenor of the Superannuation Practice Committee (2008-17) and a member of the Institute’s Council (2012).
Andrew was also a member of ASFA’s Victorian Executive in 2006-07 and joined ASFA’s Consumer Awareness Policy Council in 2013. In November 2015, he joined the Board of Directors of ASFA until April 2019, during which time he was Chair of the Consumer and Industry Outcomes Policy Council and Deputy Chair of the Super System Design Policy Council. Andrew is currently Chair of ASFA’s Conference Committee (2019-20), having previously been committee member in 2009-14, and recently re-joined the Board of Directors in November 2019.