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Voting is open for the 2017 SOA Board elections through Sept. 1.
The SOA is honored to have the support of the Institute of Actuaries of Korea for the SOA Predictive Analytics, Sept. 8, Seoul, South Korea.
Stuart Klugman, Senior Staff Fellow in the SOA's Education Department will discuss the 2018 ASA process. Join us Sept. 13 for this free webcast.
Information on the preliminary syllabi and readings for the 2018 ASA exams is now available.
North American Actuarial Journal (NAAJ)
has been selected as a listing in the ESCI, a new index in the Web of Science Core Collection. Read more about this significant milestone.
Cast your vote now.
Take a close look at the changes in the ASA curriculum.
Download the report in Chinese or English, collecting the six editions on the future of retirement.
Registration is open for the largest SOA professional event of the year. Join us Oct. 15-18 in Boston for the 2017 SOA Annual Meeting & Exhibit.
Registration is now open for the 2017 Fall Exams.
As insurance markets continue to develop globally, Asian regulators are reviewing how they supervise insurers. Read "Time for Change" in
for a closer look.