The Actuarial Review
THE NEWSLETTER OF THE CASUALTY ACTUARIAL SOCIETY · VOL. 30, NO. 2 · May 2003

From the President: Change Happens   I recently read a thoroughly enjoyable and very enlightening book called Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson, M.D. Since there seems to be less time in my life these days to sit down with a good book, when I read for pleasure I generally prefer fiction. However, I had seen this book on nonfiction best-seller lists, and heard lots of buzz about it, so I picked it up in an airport bookstore while waiting for a delayed flight.  Continued...

CAS Members Discuss Mutual Recognition   The CAS Task Force on Mutual Recognition (created in 1998) submitted a report dated January 2000. Basically, the report recognized the difference between practice rights and credentials. The task force noted that there is no barrier to practice for foreign actuaries wishing to do so in the U.S. and Canada. Foreign actuaries can readily obtain practice rights, which are granted by the American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) and Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA).  Continued...

Online Voting Enabled for 2003 CAS Elections   For the first time, the CAS electorate will have the option of submitting their ballots online during the 2003 CAS Elections. Fellows can still vote with the traditional paper ballot, but will be able to vote online if they register in advance.  Continued...



 

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