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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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Murdoch is the eighth student to receive the scholarship while attending Illinois State's Actuarial Science Program, making the university one of the most celebrated in the nation.
Previously Vice President of Product Management and Actuarial at Merchants, Mr.
This will lead to an increasing demand for actuarial solutions in Labuan.
He has experience communicating with senior management and actuarial leadership about the financial state of the company, and the primary factors affecting the results.
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28 September 2018 - The boards of trade organisations the Casualty Actuarial Society and Society of Actuaries have agreed to explore a combination of the CAS and SOA into one new professional organisation that has the scale and resources to support members' efforts to shape and grow the evolving areas in which actuaries practice, the principals said.
The Casualty Actuarial Society and the Society of Actuaries plan to explore a merger.
Total students in program: 525 RMI majors and 350 actuarial science majors at the undergraduate level
Bingham said, 'Wakely has a reputation within CMS and elsewhere as the leaders when it comes to actuarial analysis of healthcare reform, risk adjustment, and to understand the drivers of success in the commercial market, and I'm very excited to join this team.
As companies seek to drive profitable growth, both short term and long term, increasing the demands on the actuarial department, actuaries must re-evaluate the current actuarial operating model relating to people, process, data and technology to address current needs and be prepared for future needs of the business.
The plans covered an average of 69.8 percent of the actuarial value of the standard Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) essential health benefits package, down from 70.8 percent in 2014.
The ALA Guide to Information Sources in Insurance, Risk Management, and Actuarial Science
As an executive member of the board Clarke has led Investment, Actuarial, Risk and Recoveries teams of the PPF.