Just entered the field of Actuaries or having cleared a few papers and confused about how many papers you actually have to clear before landing onto your first job? Then, I hope this article might help you with it.
First of all, let me clear hover created that clearing more papers than (more…)
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…)
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…)
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…)
In our previous article titled “What is the reality of the Chief Data Officer role within the insurance sector?”, we were joined by leading Chief Data Officers and Chief Analytics Officers who provided their thoughts on the status of data and analytics leadership and transformation within this industry. In the report, (more…)
With the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Act, 2015, in place, foreign insurance companies have started to increase their stake in India. This puts focus on valuations and factors that drive valuations. Richard Holloway, managing director, South East Asia and India, life, Milliman Inc., and Sanket Kawatkar, principal and consulting actuary, life insurance (more…)
The role of an actuary has been identified as the fourth most misunderstood job in the UK as revealed by LinkedIn.
LinkedIn said the ranking was based on the percentage of people who were not confident in describing a range of careers correctly, with 68% respondents citing the actuarial profession among them.