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A talk with Ayush Anand, Actuarial Recruiter from GreenTree Advisory

We got this rare opportunity to bring an Actuarial Recruiter, Ayush Anand from GreenTree Advisory on our platform The Actuarial Club Forums so he can give answers of what you have in mind. The session was completely open where you can ask to a Recruiter who has experience of more than 6 years in Recruitment and handled almost each and every process in Recruiting. He is been focusing on Analytics and Actuaries since starting of his career and can be called as a Consultant all by himself!

‘Risky’ Indeed

There isn’t a world where there aren’t any uncertainties. In comes actuaries, to assess the risks Awareness about Actuarial Science or Actuarial profession continues to be limited, within the contours of high level financial...

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Unabashedly and unapologetically in love with numbers

Shubhanjali Gupta, fellow Actuary, says I googled ‘Actuarial Science’ and was rewarded with a number of hits, one of the top ones being And so it began! I read about the profession, the testimonials, the routes to qualifying and I was hooked. I looked into the papers I was supposed to take and read through the syllabus. Post this I made a list of what papers I already knew bits of. Being a Statistics student my first choice was to go with CT-3. In addition I decided to take CT1 and CT6. This was my first attempt and the beginning of my journey towards FIA.

It’s a Great Time to Be an Actuary

Greg Hayward, assistant vice president & actuary at State Farm, manages a group of actuaries and data scientists specializing in predictive analytics. He observes that actuaries are using analytics to help claims adjusters better manage claims, marketing personnel improve the customer’s experience, IT departments manage peak demand cycles, as well as several other areas. Greg has never seen actuaries with analytics skills in higher demand.

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Career Paths for Actuarial Students

No one will declare a track for you to pursue a particular practice area. In Actuarial Science, This is done implicitly the first time you takes an exam or module that is unique to a particular track after completing the common requirements.