The SOA Update
- The SOA elections is now open. Vote for the SOA Board and changes to the legal structure.
- The North American Actuarial Journal’s Editorial Board announced the Annual Prize for best paper published in 2018,“Potential ‘Savings' of Medicare: The Analysis of Medicare Advantage and Accountable Care Organizations.”
This research constructs the most up-to-date occupational life tables for urban employees in China based on data from the Beijing Public Pension System for the period 2005–2009.
There seems to be endless opportunities for actuaries to excel in the field of risk management. Read The Actuary.
The new digital format is user-friendly, fast and easily shareable. Check your section's homepage for the latest issue.
Register by Aug. 20 to attend this year's SOA Predictive Analytics Seminar Aug. 30 in Seoul, Republic of Korea.
Be informed before you vote. Read about candidate goals, leadership styles and plans for the future.
Learn about the changes to the Fundamentals of Actuarial Practice e-course for 2020.
Find out all about the latest developments, events and news.
Learn and share your experiences in risk management topics, Sept.5 in Xi'an, China.
Learn about the endorsed candidates for the SOA Board and president-elect positions.
The SOA Board proposes a change to the legal structure and tax-exempt status of the organization. It involves creating a new not-for-profit entity tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code, which will adopt the Society of Actuaries name. Read more about this change.
This role could be a boon for insurance companies, freeing up actuaries’ time by developing, maintaining and executing models. With the right business knowledge and technical expertise, this role could bridge the gap between IT, stakeholders and actuaries.