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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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Insurans Islam TAIB recognises that increased technical know how, specifically in the field of actuarial science, enables them to better serve their customers through effective and efficient products as well as sound financial management.
As the actuarial science field has changed in the past two decades with advances in predictive modeling, modern financial economics, and statistical computing methods, there has been a great need for developing modern actuarial methods that focus on the computational aspects of actuarial science.
For companies to succeed now and in the future -- to find profitable growth while managing risk and capital -- they need integrated, high-performing actuarial functions.
The actuarial value percentage shows how much of the value of the standard PPACA essential health benefits (EHB) package the plan covers.
The society will establish a framework for managing the relationship between itself and the employers of actuaries and actuarial students.
And, finally, Sally Ezra, Partner at Ezra Penland Actuarial Recruitment, was interviewed in the May-June, 2012 Contingencies, the magazine of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Thus, employing the actuarial services of an outside partner can help.
Rangachary spoke on the current state of the Indian Actuarial Profession and presented his views on the "Way Forward".
Because actuarial techniques are essential components of enterprise risk management, your readers should be aware of these risk certifications conferred by the Casualty Actuarial Society.
On the flip side, a significant number of smaller accounting and actuarial firms fill the needs of small independent insurers--those with less standard ownership or profit structures.
Provide certain explanatory information on the actuarial measurement process and specifically link the information on funding progress provided in the notes to the full schedule of funding progress presented in RSI
An alternative measurement method, for a sole employer with fewer than 100 members, uses a simplified actuarial valuation method that non-specialists can use.