Studying - Actuarial Science & Chartered Accountancy (Final)
Doing - Blogging, Web Developing,Running Winphan India & Entrepreneur'ing
Done - App development, Social Media Managing, Event Managing & bla bla bla.
Redmond Lover(Microsoft), London Dreamer(Actuary), California Thinker(Entrepreneur). Nothing much.
The R- statistical software is going to be an integral part of the Actuarial profession in the days to come and all actuarial professionals to carry a flavor of it, irrespective of their levels of membership. Student members who are in their different levels of advancement of examinations may (more…)
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.
A google search is all that is required to demonstrate the perceived difference between leaders and actuaries. Fortunately, the process to change this image is well underway, reflecting an understanding that a well-rounded profession is a greater asset to everyone.
On 9 August 2017, the Actuaries Institute Australia, in partnership with both (more…)
What is an Actuary? It is a tricky question because there are so many different types of actuaries. This video explores what all actuaries have in common and then looks at the various specialised actuaries who are active in different industries.
1) Life Actuary 2) Health Actuary 3) General Actuary 4) Pension Actuary 5) Finance Actuary 6) Bank Actuary 7) (more…)
Subhrajit Mukhopadhyay, Chief & Appointed Actuary, Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance speaks with BW Businessworld on the unique challenges facing actuaries, the role of foreign partners in insurance JV’s, and the evolution of actuarial science as a career option in India.
What are the key challenges facing actuaries nowadays? Has the steady digitisation (more…)
I started Insurology two years ago and I had a plan to take it to level that every Actuary in the world ( or at-least in India!) should know about it but the time-frame was never decided because the thing, never really happened in here. The articles for sharing and gaining knowledge (more…)
We are glad we could make it to this point. The time has come to take a step ahead and fall within Actuarial Science. For those who are experienced, you’re sure welcome to share what you’ve learnt in your career and for those who have just started or looking for something, (more…)
Everyone, like everyone is confused about career especially consist of freshers or pre-fresher also. Those who have cleared 3 exams without job also and 6 exams without job are completely dependent on others for getting answer
“When I’ll get a job?, How I’ll get a job? and What should I do to (more…)
Last month was really an interesting month. The news were great for Actuary and our stats were also nice, many impressions, views, visits and many new users (Actuarial Students/ Actuaries) registered with us.
Well, the actual reason is, We started providing job details in our forums. While the forums were for discussion (more…)
AND is a significant word here. I’m really not talking about the ‘In Insurance’. If it is “in” we already have Lemonade, you know Lemonade, right? No? okay, here is the article by The Guardian to let you know about how they are using AI to process the claims. 1 claim (more…)
Insurance companies will soon be required to have their new policies examined by a panel of actuaries before they hit the market. This will be in addition to an initial round of screening of the policies which is undertaken by the insurance regulator.
In a circular the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (more…)