Newsletters

The Future Actuary  

The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) Society of Actuaries (SOA) candidates' newsletter, The Future Actuary, reaches thousands of actuarial candidates yearly taking the first four jointly administered CAS/SOA exams. Published quarterly, readers gain insights on topics like career development, nontraditional careers, study tips, and professional conduct and ethics.

General Insurance Insights

General Insurance Insights, is the SOA’s newsletter for those with an interest in general insurance (property-casualty insurance). This newsletter is a regular publication intended to inform its readers on issues pertaining to general insurance and to foster the development of a general insurance community within the SOA.

SOA News Canada

SOA News Canada is a monthly news source highlighting education, professional development and research vital to the Canadian SOA member.

Professional Development Opportunities (e-Newsletter)

This semi-monthly e-newsletter will include information on everything from meetings, seminars and symposiums to professional development news, webcasts and the new e-courses.  Be sure to keep an eye on your inbox and take advantage of this new, easy way to view professional growth opportunities.

Section Newsletters

The SOA's professional interest sections publish newsletters consisting of short– to medium–length articles of specific interest to section members. Newsletters provide practical information for the working actuary, articles on trends that impact sections and news about section activities.

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SOA Candidate Connect

SOA Candidate Connect is an e-newsletter for SOA candidates who are taking exams to attain their ASA designation. It keeps candidates up-to-date on SOA initiatives affecting candidates, exam developments, upcoming candidate events, news of the actuarial profession, resources, and more.

SOA News Weekly

Keep electronically updated on SOA members in the news, SOA strategic initiatives, upcoming seminars, research initiatives, and more. A quick, easy read that provides links to websites to assist your work.