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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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Walker and Williams responded to our invitation for casualty actuaries to serve as guest editors with articles that might seem far outside the usual territory covered by the actuarial profession, with insights on improving claims, underwriting and marketing functions, as well as to improve customer relations.
The actuarial profession is more diverse than most people realize and nearly all actuaries pick a specialty and confine their practice to areas in which they have specific experience.
In this article, we focus on revisions in loss reserve estimates produced by in-house appointed actuaries of U.S.
It states that "only ASP fellows or those who meet all the requirements for ASP fellowship may be accredited by the Insurance Commission." The rise of Actuaries in the country
From predictive analytics to technology that transforms the way actuaries work, there are new opportunities for the profession to impact business and societal issues.
Bahna-Nolan is the chair of both the Life Experience Committee at the American Academy of Actuaries and the Preferred Mortality Project Oversight Group at the Society of Actuaries (SOA).
Alpert went on to discuss how the professional roles and ethical responsibilities of actuaries in the United States are made more important by the societal impact of actuarial work.
If an insurer transfers a block of LTCI policies to another company, it needs to be able to send a suitable block of invested assets along with the LTCI policies, the actuaries say.
The actuaries' code, however, creates a duty to uphold the reputation of the actuarial profession.
Written in plain language, this accessible explanation of actuarial aspects of microinsurance is for actuaries working in developing countries or in traditional markets, as well as microinsurance specialists.
That organization merged with the American Institute of Actuaries in 1949 to create the SOA.
At one time, the presidents of two large HMOs were professional actuaries, both graduates of the prestigious actuarial science program of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.