All posts by Mayank Goyal

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.

Irda seeks to amend 16-year old Appointed Actuary regulations

Insurance regulator Irda has proposed changes in the 16-year old regulations regarding Appointed Actuaries by modifying framework for their appointment and functions.

“Based on the experience gained, since the last amendment effected in the year 2013, the Authority felt that there is a need to amend the IRDA (Appointed Actuary), Regulations, 2000,”

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The Internet of Things and Actuarial Engineering

Future of internet UI concept of internet of things IOT
Future of internet UI concept of internet of things IOT

Should property-casualty actuarial science be considered an engineering specialty whether Actuarial Engineering is possible? Thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, there are compelling reasons to consider aligning ourselves with engineers. According to Wikipedia, the Internet of (more…)

5 Ways The IoT Will Transform The Insurance Industry


The U.S. Insurance industry is the world’s largest insurance market where 6,118 companies, employing 2.5 million people, have net annual premiums of $1.1 trillion. Yet, despite its size and overall financial health, the insurance industry is likely to experience profound change driven by a fast growing and ubiquitous force – The (more…)

Insights: Modelling and Management of Cyber Risk

The Summary is completely based on research paper by Martin Eling & Jan Hendrik Wirfs.

I read the paper so I summarized it and you’ll find examples with Youtube videos(wherever possible) so as to make sure the approaches they have used are understandable to everyone. The paper contains total of 24 pages which you (more…)

How can Actuaries be Thought Leaders on Cyber Liability?

The infrastructure, the users, and the services offered on computer networks today are all subject to a wide variety of risks posed by threats that include distributed denial of service attacks, intrusions of various kinds, eavesdropping, hackingphishing, worms, viruses, spams, etc. In order to counter the risk posed by these threats, (more…)

Entry Level Actuaries Have No Idea What Actuaries Do

Disclaimer: Taken from a brilliant blog post.

One of the most glaring and surprising consistencies I’ve seen among entry level actuarial candidates, even some with actuarial degrees, is that they generally have no clue what actuaries do and have an even worse understanding of the business of insurance. If you’re able to speak confidently (more…)

Areas in which an Actuary can work, without a doubt!

We know you would be too much interested in knowing the areas where an Actuary can work so here we have the where Actuary could make a move!

Life, General, Health Insurance & Reinsurance Companies

Traditionally Actuaries work with Life Insurance Companies, but their importance lies equally in General and Health Insurance Companies (more…)

Congrats! Actuary in the 10 high-skill jobs to stay secure professionally

India’s Information Technology (IT) job market is likely to take an automation hit.

Campus recruitment of graduates across engineering colleges is looking at its first dip since 2009, a time when global recession had led to significant job losses and lower hiring by companies, as companies resort to automation in entry-level coding (more…)