Casualty Actuarial Society

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ACAS and FCAS Travel Time Data

CAS Fellows and Associates are asked to provide information to measure travel time. The CAS Board of Directors redefined travel time as the time from the date of a person's first full-time casualty actuarial employment until the attainment of the specified designation of ACAS or FCAS.

Please provide the date (month/year) of your first full-time casualty actuarial employment based on the following definition: Casualty actuarial employment is a job in the property and casualty industry where taking and passing actuarial exams is an expected part of the job. Do not count internships. Please do not adjust the date for any breaks in employment. Do not consider exams taken prior to your employment. If you started as a non-P&C actuary (life, health, pension, etc.), only indicate the date of your first full-time casualty job.

First name:
Middle name:
Last name:
Date of Birth: (mm/dd/yy)
Date of first full-time casualty actuarial employment:

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