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Find out what has changed in the new SOA Educational Pathways for ASA, CERA and FSA. 

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SOA Annual Report

Download the 2017 SOA Annual Report featuring recaps on education, research and more.

Exclusive E-Learning Modules

Advance technical and communication skills training, the most up-to-date information and methodologies. It's time for the SOA general insurance actuarial organization. 

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Simplifying the Complex: Talking to Nontechnical Audiences

The further you advance in your career, the broader your audience becomes. Learn how to speak to technical audiences. Read The Actuary.

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Making a Difference - Shaping a New Future

Learn from industry leaders about the future of the profession, long-term care financing in Asia, stochastic investment planning, genetic testing impact on insurance and much more at this year's Asia Pacific Symposium. May 24-25, Seoul, South Korea. 

Insight Into the Insurance Industry in Asia

Sai-Cheong Foong, FSA, CERA, FIAA, the group chief actuary for AIA Group Limited discusses the insurance industry from an international perspective and shares advice for actuaries who want to focus on international work. 

Section Elections: Take a Seat at the Leadership Table

Consider a leadership role on your professional interest section council. Express your interest now.

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Professionalism in Practice Course: Beijing

Join us May 29 in Beijing to study, discuss and explore the professionalism practice, code of conduct and application to the actuarial profession. 

Thank You Volunteers!

The work you do is truly amazing. You inspire us. You teach us. You motivate us to be better people. We celebrate you. Thank you for all you do.

SOA President's LinkedIn Page

SOA President Mike Lombardi shares insights and developments involving the global profession.

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New Report Holds Keys to Diversity and Inclusion

Participants in a study were asked to consider this statement: "The actuarial profession is not as diverse as it should be." Read the study for somewhat surprising statistics.