How do I find an actuary?

How do I find an actuary?

Find an Actuary

  1. Find an Actuary. Public listing of IFoA members.
  2. Find an Actuarial Firm. Search for firms providing actuarial advice.
  3. Actuarial Directory. IFoA members find and contact other members.
  4. Add a company. Add your company to our listing of actuarial firms.
  5. Add an additional office. Add an office to your firm listing.

What do CAS actuaries do?

CAS members have a broad range of job responsibilities, including pricing, reserving, predictive modeling, strategic and financial planning, risk and capital management, catastrophe modeling, underwriting and marketing, research and teaching, and regulation.

What is the difference between CAS and SOA?

SOA vs. CAS: The primary difference is that they each support actuaries in different industries. The CAS provides standards and regulations for actuaries that work in property and casualty (P&C) insurance. The SOA does the same for actuaries that work in life, health, pensions and retirement.

Which is better CAS or Ifoa?

There is no difference in academic quality of actuarial exams conducted by SOA and IFoA. They also have mutual exemption agreement in place between them. You can find it on their websites. IFOA grants exemption based on credentials of candidates passing certain University’s examinations of Bachelor’s or Masters degree.

How often is actuarial lookup updated?

within a week
How often is this website updated? We update our system within a week after the information is released publicly, though usually we are able to update much faster than this.

How many actuaries are there in Ontario?

Approximately 6,500 people work in this occupation.

What does CAS stand for actuaries?

The Casualty Actuarial Society
The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) is a professional society of actuaries, and the accrediting body for the Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society (ACAS) and the Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society (FCAS) designations.

How often are CAS exams offered?

twice per year
CAS website as the first exam date gets closer. 5. Q: Exam Frequency: How often will these exams be offered? A: MAS-I and MAS-II initially will be offered every six months (twice per year), in the same general windows in the spring and fall in which other CAS exams are offered.

Can I switch from SOA to CAS?

If a SOA Member completed SOA Exam MLC and VEE-Applied Statistics prior to 2014, credit for CAS Exam S would be granted under Transition Rules and subsequently Exam MAS-I. If a SOA Member completed SOA Exam C prior to 7/1/2018, they will receive credit for CAS Exam 4 and subsequently Exam MAS-II.

How long does it take to get actuarial exam results?

You can feel extremely confident that your exam day result is correct and you should proceed with your studying (for the same exam or next exam) assuming that it’s accurate. For paper and pencil exams, you’ll receive your official result about 2.5 months later, according to this schedule.

How much do actuaries make in Ontario?

The average salary for a actuary is $83,337 per year in Ontario.

Is it hard to become an actuary in Canada?

Education and Qualifications To qualify as an actuary, you must complete a series of actuarial exams. On average, between seven and eight years are required to qualify as a Fellow of the Institute after graduating from university.