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Synonyms for actuary

someone versed in the collection and interpretation of numerical data (especially someone who uses statistics to calculate insurance premiums)

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This is the first time a takaful company in Brunei has undergone a structured actuarial human development capital project.
Most books written in the actuarial science area focus exclusively on theory while lacking practical applications, especially related to a particular use of computational methods and software.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) issues the present Request for Proposal for the appointment of a qualified actuarial firm to provide ITU with Actuarial valuation of After-Service Health Insurance (ASHI), actuarial valuation of separation benefit and actuarial of the Health Insurance scheme.
This is the first part of three written by EY that explores the elements of a successful actuarial transformation.
For the individual market in each state included in the report, CCIIO gives the average monthly premium, the average plan health risk score, the average enrollee age adjustment factor, and the average actuarial value of the benefits included in the plan.
The society says it aims to protect public interest by promoting and upholding the highest standards of professional conduct and integrity of actuarial services in the country.
Additionally, Ezra Penland proudly awards their most recent $500 Actuarial Scholarship to Jordan Nadler.
Company risk managers, controllers, chief financial officers and others who work directly with an actuary generally obtain a reasonable level of value from the actuarial analysis.
The core practice areas of members of the Casualty Actuarial Society--pricing, reserving and capital management--are critical elements of insurer enterprise risk analysis and modeling.
As in the 2007 study, a handful of auditor and actuarial companies comprise a significant portion of their respective markets.
Present mandated disclosures concerning actuarial methods and assumptions in the notes to the financial statements (rather than in the notes to RSI)
An actuarial valuation is required biennially for employers with membership of 200 or more employees, terminated employees who will be eligible for benefits, and retired employees and beneficiaries receiving benefits.
Determining the amount that can be deducted for incurred-but-unpaid amounts can involve an actuarial calculation.
At trial the IRS switched gears and claimed the allowable medical deduction, instead, had to be based on actuarial calculations, taking into consideration health care utilization and longevity.