The SOA Update
- National Association of Insurance Commissioners approves SOA General Insurance track for qualified actuary education.
- Read the SOA Annual Report series, as SOA leaders discuss the strategic plan, predictive analytics, inclusion and diversity, international strategy and the future of the profession.
- Actuaries’ insights on health care highlighted in the Association Forum’s Ask the Expert column.
Registration is now open for the Introduction to General Insurance Exam in August.
Carlos Brioso maintains two identities: At New York Life, he’s a data scientist; outside the office, he’s a Kaggle Competition Master. See how he beat out the competition using data analysis to solve his industry’s most pressing challenges.
Learn how to use narrative analysis to understand the "why" in consumer behavior trends. Read The Actuary.
Submit your application by July 10 to become a Center of Actuarial Excellence.
After a thorough review of the SOA’s general insurance Fellowship specialty track, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) concluded that the SOA’s GI track is an NAIC Accepted Actuarial Designation, meeting NAIC standards of a qualified actuary in general insurance, pending some modest and agreed-upon updates to the curriculum. Learn more about what this means.
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Tuesday, June 25
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Make sure your voice counts in the upcoming section elections: Renew your dues and join a section.
Read the 2018 SOA Annual Report online, which highlights discussions with the SOA leadership on the strategic plan, predictive analytics and more.
Five Indiana universities are hosting the 54th Actuarial Research Conference, Aug. 14-17 in Indianapolis. Registration is now open.
Join us Aug. 1-3 in Houston, TX. for the International Association of Black Actuaries (IABA) Annual Meeting and the IABA's Annual Career Networking Event.