With a deep understanding of mathematics, actuaries forecast possibilities and develop plans to manage financial risks.
Recognized globally for its prestigious actuarial designations, the SOA provides state of the art education programs and rigorous examination process.
Through a variety of continuing education opportunities, the SOA fosters career-long learning focused on technical excellence and business acumen.
The SOA works to expand the boundaries of actuarial science through its quality research and experience studies.
The SOA has a wide array of professional interest sections, social media channels and tools to connect with others.
SOA membership, through actuarial designations, signifies achievement and expertise in an elite and demanding field.
The SOA is the largest professional organization dedicated to serving 24,000 actuarial members, candidates, employers and the public.
Findings from SOA's Retirement Risk Survey, which examines attitudes and perceptions, including on life expectancy, financial impact of shocks and spending in retirement.
Register now for a webcast on change and innovation within the long-term care industry.
Be prepared for the fast changing investment world. Registration is now open for the Investment Symposium in New York. March 14-15.
Registration is now open for the spring exams.
Actuary listed as a best business job by U.S. News & World Report.
College and university Actuarial Science programs may apply for the SOA Center of Actuarial Excellence designation. The Spring cycle deadline is Feb. 15.
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Deadline for the Hickman Scholar program is Feb. 15. Learn more about this program.
Become a volunteer on SOA Project Oversight Groups to support research projects on Property-Casualty topics. Fill out the volunteer form now.
Top-notch speakers, thought-provoking sessions and superior networking opportunities at this year's ReFocus.
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