Huw Wynne-Griffith is a Welsh-speaking Welshman from Anglesey. He has a BSc in Pure Mathematics and an MSc in Statistics from Aberystwyth. He qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in 1973, practicing in the financial management of pension schemes and latterly as an expert actuary in litigation. His work has taken him from Russia to New Zealand to Malaysia and back to Western Europe generally. Within the profession he served on a number of committees and as a speaker on governance and professionalism.
He served for many years on the Council at Aber (where he is an honorary fellow) and was a Vice-President for 10 years as well as serving on investment and other committees. He now performs a similar function at the University of Wales. He was a member of the Board of S4C for some years. He was treasurer and trustee of the fund that erected the statue to David Lloyd-George in London’s Parliament Square.
He is active in the Livery movement in the City of London having served as Master of the Worshipful Company of Actuaries. He is also a member of the Livery Company of Wales.
Huw is married to Helen and they have two children and three grandchildren and lives in London.
In his spare time, he enjoys skiing as often as possible.