Research Profile

Maeve Frances Hally

Biography

I received my BSc degree in Financial Mathematics from DCU in 2002. I qualified as a Fellow from the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries in 2005.

I worked for 11 years in the Pension Industry from September 2002 - December 2013. I am currently a lecturer in the Dept. of Statistics in UCC 

Research Interests

My research interests lie in the area of Irish mortality projection and pension provision both on a statutory and non-statutory basis. I am currently liaising with other actuaries who specialize in this area with a view to undertaking a research based project encompassing these topics.

Professional Activities

Honours and Awards

 YearTitleAwarding Body
2002BSC Financial and Actuarial Mathematics Dublin City University

Professional Associations

 AssociationFunctionFrom / To
Institute and Faculty of Actuaries / Society of Actuaries Fellow06-JUL-05 /

Teaching Activities

Teaching Interests

MF2052 - Introduction to Financial Mathematics
ST6001 - Theory of Annuities-Certain for Actuarial Science
ST3074 - Stochastic & Survival Models in Actuarial Science
ST6004 - Life Mortality Studies & Life Table Analysis for Actuarial Science
MS1004 - Introduction to Statistics

Recent Postgraduates

 Graduation YearStudent NameInstitutionDegree TypeThesis Title
2014Guo Jiayi UCCMScAn analysis of current statistical techniques used to smooth mortality rates
2014Sean Moore UCCMScAn analysis of current statistical techniques used to smooth mortality rates
2014Sara Crowley UCCMScAn analysis of current statistical techniques used to smooth mortality rates
2014Julia McCarthy UCCAn analysis of current statistical techniques used to smooth mortality rates
2014Dennis O'Brien UCCIrish Pension Provision

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School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences

An Scoil Eolaíochtaí Bitheolaíocha, Domhaneolaíocha agus Comhshaoil

University College Cork, Distillery Fields, North Mall, Cork, Ireland T23 N73K

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