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The SOA General Insurance curriculum empowers actuaries to drive better business decisions. Take a look at the quality and rigor behind the SOA Fellowship educational blueprint.
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Diversity improves performance and decision making. Don't miss Scott Page, keynote speaker during the presidential luncheon at the 2017 SOA Annual Meeting & Exhibit. Oct. 15-17, Boston, MA.
Gain the tools needed to be highly influential in all settings. Oct. 15, Boston.
Access the collection of monographs from the Living to 100 Symposium.
The 2017 Fall exams registration is now open.
Meet Consulting Actuary Dorothy Andrews, ASA, MAAA, who shares what attracted her to actuarial science and why she became an actuary.