Meetings and Seminar Archives
The CAS provides as much historic information as possible to help with education and research.
Presentations and Recordings
Many of the presentations from CAS meetings and seminars have been submitted by the speakers and are available for download. These presentations have been cataloged in a searchable database that includes the title, speaker(s), session description, and meeting or seminar at which it was presented.
For national meetings and seminars from 2009 to the present, if you know the particular event at which a presentation was delivered, you may purchase recordings from the University of the CAS (UCAS).
Meetings and Seminar Brochures
Lost your hardcopy of your onsite brochure? Can’t remember the name of someone who spoke at a meeting in the 90’s? Find past seminar and meeting brochures that date back to 1998. An archive of our Live Stream Events is also available to view.
Many of the online brochures from past meetings and seminars have been archived and made available for your perusal. The archived information includes complete information including session descriptions, who spoke, and schedules.
Spring and Annual Meeting Webcasts and Podcasts
Browse our archive of webcasts for missed opportunities or to watch again at your convenience. No time to watch?
Subscribe to the CAS Podcast Channel
The CAS has now made our podcasts available on a new Casualty Actuarial Society channel which is searchable on both iOS and Android devices. Subscribe to our podcast and receive new audio resources as they go online. New podcasts are available after every CAS Spring and Annual Meeting.
Older podcasts are still available on the Podcast web page.
To subscribe, subscribe to the ‘Casualty Actuarial Society’ channel in iTunes or in free third-party Android apps such as Podcast Republic, the RSS button, or enter http://origin.eastbaymedia.com/~cas/podcasts/cas_podcast.xml in your RSS reader:
Browse our archive of webinars to date, including some presentations.
Limited Attendance Seminars
An online index of all our previous Limited Attendance Seminars going back to the mid-90's.