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Actuary

An accredited insurance mathematician who calculates premium rates, reserves, and dividends and prepares statistical studies and reports.
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The result from the actuarial analysis, shown in Figure 3b, estimates double-pane windows to increase EUI by 3%.
Then a second attempt was made in 2001, which produced the 'Actuarial Analysis ILO', followed by the 'Tripartite Task Force' in 2004.
A new state law, created by California Senate Bill 1163, requires a health plan or health insurer to provide an actuarial analysis explaining the need for an increase.
"You should do your own actuarial analysis," he says, "and get a sense of what the carrier is going to ask for.
EoACA[pounds sterling]This platform developed by Cognizant is an important part of our efforts to establish Torus as a property leader with an intense focus on risk differentiation through best-in-class engineering and actuarial analysis,EoACA[yen] said Bob Klepper, Chief Underwriting Officer for Global Property at Torus.
Modeling likely outcomes requires significant amounts of detailed historical and current data to be collected so that actuarial analysis can assist in pricing and underwriting modifications based on the potential exposure.
By taking high volume sales and warranty claim data and processing it with actuarial analysis techniques, Indico produces accurate warranty claim forecasts and identifies emerging product and service issues.
It's surprising that companies that measure everything in sight through actuarial analysis, computer models and the like, fail to measure enough on their IT projects.
Catholique de Louvain in Belgium, its spin-off consulting firm Reacfin SA, and the reinsurance company Secura, also in Belgium, this text is dedicated to actuarial analysis of the number of claims filed by an insured motor vehicle driver over time.
Under these authorities, he believed that he had an obligation to report his actuarial analysis to Congress, without informing the Administrator of the specifics of the Congressional request or his analysis in response to the request.
Milliman's actuarial analysis found that a payer's drug spend could be reduced by 8 percent to 15 percent, when a prescribing physician has decision support (such as interactive formularies) available at the point of care.
The schools are now figuring out, through actuarial analysis, how much each must contribute.