The Actuarial Club along with Ms. Raunak Jha, FIAI, FIA is doing this survey to understand past achievements, current holding, and future trajectory of Indian Actuarial Profession. This survey is an attempt to make each individual opinion count and share the consolidated understanding to aid discussion on future readiness of the profession from the wider market’s perspective.
We came up with this survey in order to understand the what has contributed to our profession the most, the problems we have been solving and should be able to solve, what are your expectation as a professional, how are we getting along and learned from the past and looking through the horizons to provide stability and explore the future possibilities in the Actuarial profession.
The survey would also help us to understand how the profession has changed over the last decade and where do we currently stand. It also will present the instance on your behalf on where we may plan to take a step forward.
About Ms. Raunak Jha: Raunak Jha is a qualified Actuary from Institute of Actuaries of India with more than 15 years of work experience in Actuarial and Risk Management domains. Having worked in Senior level roles with companies like Reliance, Magma HDI, Cigna TTK and IFFCO TOKIO, she holds strong industry knowledge and has played a critical role in setting up initial teams and systems in place in these organizations. She is a regular speaker in Industry forums and has co-authored research papers on technical subjects in General and Health Insurance fields. She actively participates in Indian Industry forums and is also a part of Health Insurance advisory Board of Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
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